A Personal Skills Development Workshop was conducted on the 22nd March 2017, for 34 undergraduate and postgraduate students from Mianz International (MI) College, Maldives. The 3-hour interactive workshop, conducted by Prof. Samantha Thelijjagoda, Dean a�� Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, was organised by the International Programs Unit (IPU) of SLIIT. This is the second
Prof. Mahesha Kapurubandara, Dean International of SLIIT receiving the Female ICT Leader of the Year 2016 awarded byA�Computer Society of Sri LankaA�(CSSL). She is also the first female in Sri Lanka to receive a professorship for Information Communication Technology (ICT).A�Prof. KapurubandaraA�earned her PhD at theA�University of Western Sydney (UWS), Australia. Prior to joining SLIIT as
SLIIT conducted a workshop on a�?Personal development Skillsa�? for the students of Mianz International College, Male, Republic of Maldives. A�The workshop was conducted by Head, Department of Information Systems Engineering, Dr. Samantha Thelijjagoda. This is an another step that has taken by SLIIT to promote its international relationships. The event was organized by SLIIT International
Women in Management (WIM) in association with theA�International Finance Corporation (IFC)A�held the Professional and Career Women Awards 2016 for the sixth consecutive year at Kingsbury last week. Under this yeara��s theme of a�?Taking Sri Lankan women to the worlda��, the ceremony awarded close to 100 women who have played influential roles in their careers from
SLIIT, the premier degree awarding institute, partners with over 20 reputed universities worldwide to provide SLIIT students with greater study options and international exposure. Whilst, many students from SLIIT have transferred to these foreign partner universities, a group of students plus an academic from Deakin University, Australia, visited SLIIT for an Outbound Mobility Programme from
SLIIT, has yet again achieved a milestone and cemented its status as the leader in the education sector. For the first time in Sri Lanka, a UGC approved IT degree is being accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), a professional body in the UK for the Engineering and Technological community. This world
The SLIIT Partner University Day was held on the 18th of September at SLIIT Campus Malabe. Foreign representatives from Universities in Australia and UK visited SLIIT to educate students on the transfer options. Students also had the chance to meet representatives from New Zealand, Canada and also meet International Scholar.
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