Students after O/Levels or A/Levels have the opportunity to start their Monash University Foundation Year or Monash College Diploma Programme (Equivalent to Monash University First year) in Sri Lanka at UCL which provides a Guaranteed* pathway to Monash University Australia / Malaysia.
Universal College Lanka offers following programme foundation year or Monash College Diploma, Next intake is on February 2019
Electrical & Computer Systems
Business Information Systems
Computer Network and Security
Advanced Computer Science
Banking and Finance
Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY)
Guaranteed’ entry into the 1st Year at Monash University
Access to all 10 faculties at Monash University
Recognized by all Australian Universities
Monash College Diploma – Equivalent to Monash University First year
For more details contact to Universal College Lanka on 0774 777 000 or 0112 080 080 or see below ad image
Open University of Sri Lanka is one of the best way to obtain your Diplomas and Degree programme if you don’t have any basic qualifications to enter State universities.
And Open University of Sri Lanka Diplomas and Degree programme are high recognised by those who were into the business for so long and know the education system of Sri Lanka. Many of the company appreciate to have Open University of Sri Lanka students as they did their degree programme while they working committed and finish it on time.
Therefore if anyone wanted to degree programme at an affordable price, this is the one of the options.
See below details of the diploma and degree programme offered by Open University of Sri Lanka.
Postgraduate Institute of English
Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching English as a Second Language IPG Dip. in TESL)
Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language IMA in TESL)
Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching Literature in a Second Language Context
Master of Arts in Teaching Literature in a Second Language Context
Faculty of Education
Certificate in Pre-School Education
Advanced Certificate in Pre-school Education
Diploma in Early Childhood Education & Primary Education
Ed (Drama & Theatre)
Ed (Natural Science) -Level 3
Ed (Special Needs Education) Degree Programme (Level 5)
MA (Teacher Education)-international – MATE-(I)
Master of Education (M.Ed)
Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)
Postgraduate Diploma in Special Needs Education (PGD-SNE)
Faculty of Health Sciences
Bachelor of Pharmacy (B .Pharm)
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Sciences (BMLS)
Faculty of Engineering Technology
Certificate in Industrial Studies-Area of specializations: Animal Husbandry & Aquaculture
Certificate in Industrial Studies – Area of specializations: Apparel Technology
Diploma in Information Systems and Technology
Bachelor of Technology Honours in Engineering – Area of specializations: Civil/ Electrical/Electronics & Communication/ Computer/ Mechanical/ Machatronics /Textile and Clothing
Bachelor of Industrial Studies Honours: Agriculture/ Apparel Production and Management/Fashion Design and Product Development/Textile Manufacture
Bachelor of Software Engineering Honours
Postgraduate Diploma in Technology in Construction Management
Master of Technology in Construction Management
Postgraduate Diploma in Technology in Apparel Production and Management
Master of Technology in Apparel Production and Management
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Certificate in Computer Networks & Security (CCNS)
Certificate in Wild Life Conservation and Management
Certificate in Professional Computer Applications (CPCA)
Diploma in Environmental Science Diploma in Natural Resources & Tourism
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Sc. in Entomology & Applied Parasitology
Sc in Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Certificate in Social Sciences
Certificate in Basic Tamil and Sinhala
Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (ESBM)
Advanced Certificate in English for Business & Professional Communication
Diploma in English Language and Literature (DELL)
Diploma in Youth Development
Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences
Bachelor of Arts in English & English Language Teaching (BAELT)
Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
Master of Arts in Development Studies and Public Policy
LLM Criminal Justice Administration
Master in Business Management / Human Resources Management
Commonwealth Executive MBA/CEMPA
All the certificate, diploma and degree programmes are Internationally and Nationally Recognised and Approved by UCG
One of the most important steps you can take toward achieving your greatest potential in business is to learn to monitor your attitude and its impact on your work performance, relationships and everyone around you.
A Positive Attitude leads to Success and Happiness. A positive attitude helps you cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. It brings optimism into your life, and makes it easier to avoid worries and negative thinking.
With a positive attitude, you see the bright side of life, become optimistic, and expect the best to happen IT is certainly a state of mind that is well worth developing.
The objective of the Seminar is to change the mind-set of the participants to think and act positively towards the success of self and the organization
What will you Learn
How to be happy at work
Mind that matters and the power of the mind
Harness the power within you
Personal and Organisational success through positive thinking and happiness
Attitudes and Attitude transformation process
Performance enhancement through positive attitudes
Attitudes and the workplace
Changing attitudes and develop positive attitudes
Attitudes vs Productivity
Transforming attitudes for personal and organisational success
Attitudes on continuous improvement
Businesses, Associations, Government Departments, Hospitals, Non-Profit fund raisers, Schools, Community Service Organisations, Universities, Entrepreneurs and Professionals
Commercial Bank and British Council announces a special promotion for Commercial Bank Credit Card holder for pay yours or your kids’ payment for British Council Young Learner & Adult English Courses and get special 0% interest installment plans available up to 12 months for credit cards.
For more details contact to British Council on 0117 521 521 or see below image
Get savvy with creative thinking the modern skill that future employers will love. Sign up for the best early introduction to unique thinking patterns taught through graphic and animation, Interior design and basic fashion studies, taught by international design experts.
Design Camp – 31st July to 4th August
Focused on graphic design, motion graphics & animation, interior design and basic fashion designed.
Fashion Camp – 8th August to 11th August
Focused on fashion design, textile design, fashion styling and fashion marketing.
Age: 15 – 19 Years
Investment: Rs. 15,000/-
Time: 9.00 Am to 4.00 Pm Weekdays
Register now, limited seats available for more details see below image or contact to AOD on 0775 727 772
Chamber of Construction Industry Sri Lanka organise a workshop on lean management relates to construction for the 1st time in Sri Lanka.
By the fusion of standard construction practices with planning, control and factoring construction variables into a seamless Lean process upto 20% of project costs can be saved. This workshop would suits to Key players in realms of Construction, Consultancy and Manufacture. Also Government Ministries involved in development activities.
Venue: Jubilee Ball Room, Galle Face Hotel.
Time: From 1.30 p.m to 7.00 P.M Followed by a Cocktail
Conducted by: Dr. Iris D Tommelein
For more details and Registration contact to 011-3050810 / 011-2667700 / 011-2667713
This painting and visual art competition brings together artists across the country, ranging from school children, university students, amateur and professional artists.
School category (Age group. 16-18 years)
Theme: My SriLankan perspective
Size: 18×24 inches
Every entry should be certified by either the principal or the teacher in charge of art
Theme: My SriLankan perspective
Size: 18×24 inches
Theme: The pulse of the National Airline, carrying the Nation’s pride higher in the sky.
Size: 2×2 ft up to 10 x 10 ft
The winners of each category will be selected by an independent panel of judges and will be awarded valuable prizes and air tickets.
Closing date tor entries will be 20th February 2017
Speculo 2017 National Painting and Visual Art Exhibition will be held at J D A. Perera Gallery on February 24,25 and 26, 2017.
The paintings could be sent or to, “Speculo 2017″, Marketing Department, SriLankan Airlines, Level 21, East Tower, World Trade Centre, Colombo 01 or handed over to the SriLankan Airlines Sales Offices islandwide.
For more information you may contact Dawpadee – 0710211448, Pasindu – 0710211329, Sanjaya – 0710211423 or Sashima – 0197331424 Or see below image
National Institute of Labour Studies, under Ministry of Labour & Trade Union Relations organize a one day workshop on Understanding Labour Laws for Better Industrial Relations on 17th November 2016 from 9.00 Am to 5.00 Pm.
Enhance knowledge on Labour rights, Acts and Legislations
Overview of Labour legislation in Sri Lanka
Shop and Office Employees Act
Wages Board Ordinance
Industrial Dispute Act
Termination of Employment of Workmen (special provision)
Law relating to vacation of post
Provisions in the Factories Ordinance
Payment of Gratuity
Mr. P.S.Pathirathna (Senior Legal Adviser, Department of Labour)
Mr. A.Sarveswaran (Attorney-at Law Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Colombo)
Course Fee: Rs. 8,500/- (Net per Participant)
Venue: Grand Monarch Hotel, 527/7, Borella Road, Thalawatugoda.
(Course Materials, Lunch, Refreshment & NILS T-Shirt included)
For more details contact to Priyantha – 0777 430881 / Lankika -0777 336129 or see below image
International Gemological Academy of Sri Lanka organized IGA 2016 Conference on 6th November 2016 at BMICH from 9 Am to 1 Pm.
Application are invited from the participants on or before 30th October 2016 for the investment of Rs. 2000/-. tickets issues on first come first serves for more details contact to International Gemological Academy on 0722 948 282 or see below image
ICBT Campus is private Institute offer foreign university degree programmes which approved by university grand commission in Sri Lanka. ICBT spread their institutions from Colombo to Kandy, Matara, Nugegoda, Galle, Kurunegala, Jaffna and Batticaloa and offer below HNDs and Degree programme.
Degree Programmes in Computing and IT
BSc (Hons) Software Engineering
BSc (Hons) Information Technology
BSc (Hons) Computer Networks
BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems
Degree Programmes in Business
BSc (Hons) Business & Management Studies
BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance
Degree Programmes in Quantity Surveying
BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying
Degree Programmes in Engineering
BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic
BEng (Hons) Mechanical
BEng (Hons) Automotive
BEng (Hons) Biomedical
BEng (Hons) Mechatronics
BSc (Hons) Civil & Structural
Degree Programmes in Psychology
BSc (Hons) Psychology
BSc (Hons) Nursing
Higher National Diploma Programmes (HNDs)
HNDs in Computing and IT
Computing & Systems Development Software Engineering
HNDs in Business Management
Business Management HR / Finance / Marketing
HNDs in Quantity Surveying
HNDs in Engineering
Electrical and Electronics
HNDs in Psychology
For more details see below image or contact to ICBT Colombo on 0114 777 888
Sri Lanka’s economic growth potential is not unknown. Its strategic geographical location, proximity and access to growing markets in Asia, high basic development indicators, and human and environmental assets, put it on a strong footing to be a star performer in Asia. Yet, the ability to transform this clear potential into strong performance seems to be elusive. What is required now is to move from issues to solutions, from potential to performance, and from rhetoric to action. The focus of this year’s Sri Lanka Economic Summit is precisely that; transforming Sri Lanka’s potential with action.
This year’s Summit brings together a unique mix of those who know it and those who have done it. Speakers include top names from across the world who, through focussed action and high performance, have made progress and made a change. Sessions are structured to ensure that participants understand the issues, but are swiftly moved on to discussing possible solutions and feasible action. Speakers will highlight good practices from other contexts and distill lessons for Sri Lanka’s own economic transformation.
The Session on Private-Public Partnerships will discuss specific actions that need to be taken to mobilise private investment to meet public policy challenges, including good practices in devising PPPs that balance investor and government interests.
The Session on talent and human resources will attempt to overcome conventional thinking, to take a
close look at practical options for Sri Lanka to meet emerging skill needs through liberalizing inward migration for certain sectors, attracting back skilled workers in the diaspora, and improving the climate for young people to thrive.
In the session on Tourism, speakers will discuss what it will take to position Sri Lanka strongly in overseas travel markets, attracting investment and quality tourists, and navigate new challenges brought on by the digital economy and informality.
The session on international logistics and trade will explore what concrete steps need to be taken to leverage on Sri Lanka’s location, including attracting international players into the country’s logistics industry, modernizing infrastructure with private sector partnerships, and linking into global value chains.
In the session on agriculture, speakers will take an incisive look at why existing agricultural and land policies are holding back productivity in the sector, what short and long term options are available to transform plantations given the political economy sensitivities, and how to boost agribusinesses.
With the state-owned enterprise sector still playing a dominant role in the economy and the public sector expected to deliver on economic transformation, the final session will explore what reforms are needed in the public sector to enable faster growth.
Sri Lanka Economic Summit 2016 -Day 1 (Tuesday, 2nd August 2016)
08:00 hrs: Registration
0900 – 0930 hrs: Inaugural Session
0930 – 1100 hrs: Session 1
Accelerating Growth, Pushing for Performance
Keynote Speakers: Hon Ravi Karunanayake – Minister of Finance
Panelists: Mr Weerakoon Wijewardena – Former Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Prof Razeen Sally – Chairman, Institute of Policy Studies
Moderator: Mr Suresh Shah – Immdt Past Chairman, The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce
1100 – 1130 hrs Tea Break
1130 – 1300 hrs Session 2
Private Public Partnerships – Getting Them Done, Getting Them Right
Keynote Speakers: Mr Gajendra Haldea – Advisor, Government of Rajasthan, India,
Hon Eran Wickramarathne – Deputy Minister of State Enterprises and Entrepreneurship,
Mr Kamal Dorabawila – Principal Investment Officer, IFC
Panelists: Mr Romesh David – President, Transportation and Information Technology, John Keells Holdings,
Mr Thilan Wijesinghe – Chairman, TWCorp
Moderator: Ms Helani Galpaya – CEO, LIRNEasia
1400 – 1530 hrs Session 3
Tourism – Delivering the Potential
Keynote Speakers: Mr Michael Cottan – Executive Vice President, Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd
Mr Andrew Fairley – Director, Tourism Australia
Mr Mike Orgill – Director, Public Policy Asia Pacific, AirBnB
Mr Jörn Krausser – Vice President Intercontinental Travel, DERTOUR
Panelist: Mr Krishan Balendra – President Leisure Sector, John Keells Holdings PLC
Moderator: Ms Shiromal Cooray – Managing Director, Jetwing Travels
1530 – 1600 hrs Tea break
1600 – 1730 hrs Session 4
International Trade and Logistics – Leveraging on Location