SLIIT, the leading degree awarding institute recognized over thousand undergraduate and postgraduate students at its 12thAnnualA�Convocation held A�at the SLIIT campus in Malabe on the 27thA�and 28thA�of February 2014. Six distinguished personalities from here and abroad delivered theA�convocationA�addresses during the six planned sessions. SLIIT academics, distinguish guests, graduands and their parents adorned this grand occasion.
One of the UKa��s largest universities is offering the chance for Sri Lankan students to win a full-fee scholarship for a Masters course in Computing. The Capture the Hacker competition was officially launched by Sheffield Hallam University at a public lecture at the Auditorium of SLIIT Malabe Campus on 3rd March 2014. SHU and SLIIT
SLIIT and Algoma University a�� Canada recently entered into a partnership to provide SLIITa��s Information Technology students the opportunity to transfer to Algoma University to complete the Bachelor of Computer Science degree programmes. Joanne Elvy Director- International Student Outreach, Algoma University and Professor Lalith Gamage, President/CEO of SLIIT exchanged the agreement on behalf of the