Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies
BANDARANAIKE CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES - COLOMBO
The Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies, Commonly known as the BCIS, is the academic-wing of the S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike National Memorial Foundation, a statutory institute established under Act of Parliament No. 2 of 1975.
The BCIS is a non-profit, tertiary level education institute specializing in all aspects of international relations including training, research and advanced studies.
Objectives of the Center
- To promote an understanding and belief among the people of Sri Lanka in the development of friendly relations amongst nations in the furtherance of international cooperation, in the maintenance of peace and security and in solving international problems through peaceful means.
- To encourage and promote the acquisition and dissemination of knowledge on International Relations, International Law, Diplomacy and the like, among the people of Sri Lanka
- To encourage and promote the study of and research into all aspects of International Peace, International Relations, Law and Diplomacy.
- To establish and promote cooperation and friendly relations with institutions, associations or organizations, both national and international, with similar aims and objectives.
- International Relations
- International Law and Human Rights
- Comparative Political systems and Political Ideologies
- International and Regional Organizations
- International Politics
- International Economics
- Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies
- Strategic and Security Studies
- Internal War and Terrorism
- Country and Area Studies
- Sri Lanka in World Affairs
Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies(BCIS)
Bandaranike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH)
T : +94 11 2676980, +94 11 2698019, +94 11 2687118
F : +94 11 2691176
W : www.bcis.edu.lkE : firstname.lastname@example.org