From July 10th- 17th, over 500 schools and university students joined forces in the spirit of sportsmanship, and participated in the SLIIT Shuttlebuds 2017 Badminton Championship. Hosted for the 6th consecutive year, the event concluded with an awards ceremony that was hosted on the final day, at the main auditorium. Presided over by Chief Guest,
SLIIT warmly welcomed a new batch of students at the June inauguration ceremony held on June 27th 2017, at the Malabe campus auditorium. This mid-year intake clocked in enrollments that exceeded expectations, Despite the large volume of inquiries and high demand by both students and parents, only a limited number of applicants were selected to
An IoT workshopA�will beA�held onA�7th June, 2017 from 9.00am to 12.30pm at the SLIITA�Malabe campus, hosted by the SLIIT CODEFESTa��17 team together with industry experts. The aim of the workshop is to distribute and share industry knowledge amongst students who are interested in IoT. This is an open invitation for all those whoa��d like to
The Author Workshop conducted by Elsevier Publishers in collaboration with the SLIIT Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Library, was hosted on May 30th, 2017. The workshop was held at theA�SLIITA�Malabe Campus, with the aim of assisting researchers in enhancing their writing skills and book content, whilst interacting with experts in the publishing field.
SLIIT recently recognised their top student athletes at their annual Colours Awards ceremony,A�the a�?SLIIT COLORS AWARDS 2016a�? organised by the Institutea��s Sports council. The awards were held at SLIITa��s expansive Malabe campus in a colourful ceremony. The Minister for Sport,A� Hon. Dayasiri Jayasekara graced the occasion as Chief Guest.
On the 29th of April, the students of SLIIT gathered for the SLIIT Hearts Walk, a fundraiser organised under the Little Hearts initiative. The Little Hearts project is a campaign that aims to fundraise for the construction of Lady Rudgeway Hospital and Critical Care Complex. Kicking off from SLIIT Malabe premises, the walk went on
Achieving a significant milestone, SLIIT has become the first higher-education provider in Sri Lanka to receive full accreditation from Engineers Australia (EA), for the Bachelor of Engineering Honours degrees awarded by Curtin University, Australia, delivered at SLIIT in Sri Lanka. The Curtin Engineering programs conducted at SLIIT are therefore the only engineering degree programs in
SLIIT started the first batch of Quantity Surveying (Qs) opening new avenue for students to enter in to Field of Quantity Surveying both in Sri Lanka and abroad. We recently held the inauguration ceremony to welcome the new students for the B.Sc Honours Degree Programme in Quantity Surveying (QS).This degree will be awarded by our