Parents in Sri Lanka place high emphasis on higher education for their child that will ensure a lucrative career with job satisfaction. SLIIT is an institute that understands this important need and is able to provide students with not only learning the subject but also how best to present onea��s potential as a prospective employee.
SLIIT alumni, Ganindu Nanayakkara, has made Sri Lanka proud by winning USD $500,000, at the ‘Verizon 2015 Powerful Answers Award’ contest for his novel project titled ‘iHelmet’. Competing with over 1,400 entrepreneurs, Ganindu, was adjudged the first runner-up. Ganindu’s journey with venture Helmet started as a final-year student project for his undergraduate degree at SLIIT.
SLIIT signed an agreement with Wichita State University (WSU), USA creating a partnership that will allow our students to transfer from SLIIT to WSU to complete their degree in four years. This partnership will create a pathway for our Engineering students to take two years of courses at SLIIT and finish with a four year
A seven member validation panel headed by Prof Peter Byers (PVC Education) visited SLIIT to validate the offering of the BA (Hons) in Business and Management, BSc (Hons) in Nursing. Meetings were held with senior management, course leaders, teaching staff, and students at SLIIT. The overall committee feedbackA� received was very positive and the plan
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