Serving the nation as a quality health care education provider and being the pioneer in specializing Nursing education for the past 20 years, it has created opportunities for student all over the world to apply and travel overseas and provide health services to communities in developed countries as well as developing countries. Also preparing you for careers in public and private health sectors, to excel in a profession where the scope of practice is expanding for more complexed interventions in a digital health care setup, across diverse populations, while enhancing the scope of a diverse range of education in a multidisciplinary setup that furthers your reach to unlimited avenues.
Choice for All
Choice is the greatest power of investment and be the sum of your choice
Inclusivity is a privilege and your right not for the selected but for all.
Accessibility to information has never been so easy, and has no excuse for ignorance
Quality is doing everything write, and always speaks the result of intelligence.
Innovation has the ability to change opportunities' and unlock new values
Transformation literally can take you beyond your determination
Dr. Kithsiri Edirisinghe
Director – Academic
International Institute of Health Sciences
We value every individual studding at IISH Multiversity equally respect the country culture and ethnicity the individual belongs.
International Standard Courses
We offer a vide range of courses to fit your requirement from Diplomas to PhD.
We offer the best pathway programs to internationally recognized universities
World Class Facility
We offer the best state of the art facility where one can experience modern, technologically driven education systems.
Studying with IIHS multiversity is fun and exciting, it’s a brand-new experience.
Guaranteed career opportunities locally and internationally.
When I enrolled in the Advanced Diploma in Nursing at IIHS, my dream at the time was to be a Registered Nurse in Australia. IIHS uplifts the professional status of nurses in Sri Lanka and the region by providing quality academic delivery through with the most advanced and up to date methods. I was provided the opportunity to complete many research projects which provided me the opportunity to present at the International Council of Nurses Conference (2017) in Spain and the 13th International Congress on Nursing Informatics in Geneva. I never believed that I would be presented with such academic openings and the guidance I have received from the staff at IIHS has been humbling. Upon completing my 3 year Advanced Diploma in General Nursing program at IIHS I was selected as the Most Outstanding Student of IIHS in 2017. Due to my achievements IIHS, I received the Deakin Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship (50% Scholarship) which provide an immense financial relief for me when I completed my 1 year Bachelors in Nursing Degree at Deakin University Australia. I currently work as a Registered Nurse and I am completing my Honours year at Deakin University. I am also a recipient of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honour Society of Nursing (Sigma) which is awarded to high achievers in their graduating class
As an alumni of IIHS, I graduated from Coventry University with a Masters in Physiotherapy. The Advanced Diploma in Physiotherapy offered by IIHS guided me into the direction of research where I learnt the fine art of linking theory to current evidence based practice. To date, I have presented at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Conference (United Kingdom), World Confederation for Physical Therapy Conference (South Africa 2017 and Singapore 2015) and the Annual Global Health Conference (Singapore). Additionally, my research was selected to be presented in 2015 at the research conference by Sri Lanka Medical Association. My research subsequently was highlighted and published in numerous IIHS journals and I hope my work has inspired fellow students. I chose the Coventry University pathway following the IIHS Advanced Diploma in Physiotherapy program as the pathway offered me a Masters in Physiotherapy directly. Furthermore, my British qualification and interest in research has opened opportunities for me. At the age of 22 I received a world recognized Masters and I thanks IIHS for the opportunity
After completed my A/Ls in biology stream from S. Thomas College, Mount Lavinia, I was searching for a degree to reach my ultimate dream to work as a research scientist in an international research facility. At my first discussion with IIHS, they informed me about the pathway to university of Canberra, Australia to complete my degree in biomedical sciences and at that moment I realized my true potential and how far I could actually go with the career which I have chosen. With the information they provided about the course contents and the degree I found that University of Canberra offers one of the best Biomedical Science Degrees in the world with vast range of major subjects and electives that target various areas of the science. During my time at IIHS I presented my research at Kings College London which increased my interest to further my academics in research. My learnings at IIHS paved a pathway to complete Bachelors in BioMedical Science at the University of Canberra, Australia. I am currently preparing to graduate from University of Canberra and I know the opportunities for BioMedical Scientists are immense in Australia.
I began my nursing career as an Enrolled Nurse after pursuing the IIHS- TAFE SA (South Australia) pathway. Since graduating from the diploma, I have worked in Stroke Rehabilitation and Vascular Surgical unit gaining a valuable clinical exposure in my career for the past three years. Consequently, my higher studies in the Bachelor of Nursing at the Flinders University paved the pathway to being a Registered Nurse and I am currently employed as a graduate nurse at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. My career in nursing enabled me to establish well in Australia and lay the foundation to achieve my dreams. This year I became an Australian citizen and hope to continue my professional life here in this beautiful nation
We are Transformers
Transformation literally can take you beyond your determination. Throughout our programs we ensure that you gain the necessary skills that would transform you into a well-rounded professional who would be ready for the real world!
Graduation Ceremony Twenty 19
As the pioneering leader in Health Education The International Institute of Health Sciences (IIHS) has produced yet another batch of students over 300, who will be released at the convocation on 27th November 2019.
These students have completed their study courses specializing from Diploma levels to PhD, in the fields of Healthcare Administration, Education, Nursing, Physiotherapy and BioMedical Science.
We wish these young students will enter in to a society of wide scope and serve the nation…
16th BioInquirer – Seeding Innovation in Education and Healthcare
International Institute of Health Sciences, Sri Lanka will be organizing its 16th BioInquirer – Annual Academic Sessions on 30th November, 2019, under the theme ‘Seeding Innovation in Education and Healthcare.’
Embracing innovation in education will allow greater heights to be achieved and will improve and transform the involved parties. It will also ignite a passion for learning and teaching, increase productivity and efficiency, pique the curiosity, actively engage and excite both teachers and students. Innovation in healthcare keeps on being a main driving force in the mission to adjust cost regulation and healthcare quality. The healthcare services industry has encountered an expansion of developments aiming for enhancing life expectancy, quality of life, diagnostic and treatment options, as well as the efficiency and cost effectiveness of the healthcare system.
This year, the BioInquirer research conference mainly aims at encouraging researchers to consider healthcare and education as an area for a wide scope of research. Since innovation is considered to be a critical component, this gives a wide opening for everyone who is interested in, so that as a result we all benefit from new and creative approaches.
The BioInquirer – Annual Academic Sessions are conducted aligning with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For this year’s Annual Academic Sessions, it has been decided to base the conference on the following SDGs.
Goal 3 – Good health and wellbeing Goal 4 – Quality education Goal 5 – Clean water and sanitation Goal 9 – Industry, innovation and infrastructure Goal 11 – Sustainable cities and communities Goal 12 – Responsible consumption and production Goal 17 –Partnerships for Goals
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