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Jul 1, 2014

Seminar on graduate study opportunities at University of Moratuwa, Department of Electronic & Telecommunication on 3rd July from 11am to 12noon

Join with us on the experience sharing session of two ENTC Alumni to gain an insight on conducting research based higher studies, the core values needed to be upheld as researchers, and the spectrum of opportunities available for the current undergraduates in doing research based higher degrees!

Seminar on graduate study opportunities at University of Moratuwa, Department of Electronic & Telecommunication on 3rd July from 11am to 12noon

For Seminar Registration

Jun 2, 2014

British Council: University of Glasgow - Interviews

Come and speak to the University of Glasgow!
Caroline Boddie, Senior International Officer at the University of Glasgow will be visiting the British Council Sri Lanka on Saturday 14 June 2014 from 11am to 4pm.  Please come along to meet Caroline to find out more about our world-leading programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She will also be able to tell you more about our range of scholarships.

Please contact the British Council Colombo on 011 4521576 & 4521577 for appointments and further details.
Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world. We are currently ranked 51st in the QS World University Rankings, placing us among the top 1% of institutions in the world.

As a member of the prestigious Russell Group of 24 leading UK research universities, Glasgow has an enviable record for ground-breaking research. Many influential figures have worked and studied at the University of Glasgow including Adam Smith, father of modern economics and Lord Kelvin, arguably the pre-eminent scientist of the nineteenth century.

As a truly multicultural campus, we welcome over 23,000 students from almost 130 different countries. The University of Glasgow offers an excellent student experience including two student unions, a cinema, a theatre, four museums, first-class sports facilities and over 100 clubs and societies. These are just some of the reasons why the International Student Barometer recently ranked Glasgow 1st in the Russell Group for satisfaction

Glasgow graduates are in high demand throughout the UK and internationally and in the UK's top 6 universities for career prospects (Guardian Good University Guide 2013). From the moment you arrive at Glasgow, our Careers Service can help enhance your CV, secure paid work placements and provides access to meet many potential employers.

May 26, 2014

International Summer Program @ Citi, Unilever, Virtusa

Unilever has tied up with Virtusa, Citibank and AMCHAM to launch a Summer Programme targeted at Sri Lankan students studying in Universities abroad. The program is called the International Summer Programme (ISP), looks to get in 8 – 10 bright young boys and girls studying in top American and British Universities to go through a 6 week exercise comprising

· Introduction and induction sessions in all three companies
· Personality and Professional Skill building sessions
· Interactions with top leaders including Industry Captains, the Ambassador of United States etc.
· Projects for four weeks in one of the companies culminating in a presentation to a joint panel from the three companies
· A fund raising initiative for a charity that AMCHAM supports

For our country’s talent we want to give an opportunity to experience world class workplaces and practices that influence them positively to return and work in Sri Lanka after graduating. For all the companies we get to formally engage with this talent set.



Apr 9, 2014

HEAD START with SL2College



The latest initiative... "HEAD START with SL2College"
Are you schooling ? Jobless at home during school vacations ? 
Why not obtain some professional work experience at SL2College ?


Moir Alumni Scholarship Trust (MAST) Full Scholarship

The Moir Alumni Scholarship Trust (MAST) was set up by Elizabeth Moir School alumni to increase the access of top-tier secondary education for Sri Lankans of less financial privilege. Our goal is to support needy but dedicated and highly talented students attend sixth form at Elizabeth Moir School, and open doors that would otherwise not be available to them.
The Alumni Scholarship covers 100% of the 6th Form (AS-Level & A-Level) tuition fee at Elizabeth Moir School, covering book costs and payments associated with extra-curricular activities and school uniforms. 
Student Eligibility:
1. Finance: The Alumni Scholarship is available to only students who demonstrate financial need. We encourage students whose families earn USD $500 or LKR Rs.75,000 a month to apply. 
2. Citizenship: The Alumni Scholarship is available to only students who hold a Sri Lankan (and dual Sri Lankan) Citizenship. 
3. Education and Conduct: The Alumni Scholarship is available to only students who have attended a local or public school, immediately prior to the submission of this application. Students who apply for the Alumni Scholarship should have completed local or foreign Ordinary Levels (O-Levels) and should have maintained a record of good behaviour throughout their educational period.
You will find instructions to apply here: http://www.mast.moir.lk/
The website is going through maintenance, but the application portal is viable. Please pass this around to all eligible students and their parents.

SL2College Voices 2013 - Tamil Translations




Jan 17, 2014

SL2College@Vidusara: Your Life will be Meaningful only if You Serve the Motherland...

Your Life will be Meaningful only if You Serve the Motherland...
(A Summary of Prof. Ajith De Alwis's Talk at SL2College Voices 2013)
Read our latest article in Vidusara

Jan 10, 2014

SL2College@Vidusara : Life is a Marathon, Not a Sprint...



United States-Sri Lanka Fulbright Commission - Graduate Studies in the US

The United States-Sri Lanka Fulbright Commission Presents a Discussion Forum with Chathra Hendahewa on Graduate Studies in the US


Chathra Hendahewa will talk about her journey as an award-winning student in Sri Lanka to her current position as a PhD candidate at a US university. The forum will provide the audience the opportunity to ask questions about the graduate application process, research in the US, working on campus and balancing studies and family life.

Date: Friday, 17 January 2014 Time: 3.00 - 4.00 p.m.
Tea will be served from 2.30 – 3.00 p.m.
Venue: United States-Sri Lanka Fulbright Commission Auditorium
New Address: 55 Abdul Caffoor Mawatha, Colombo 3 (off Duplication Road, next to Stone & String) Entry: By prior registration only – seating will be on a first-come first-served basis.
Call: 256 4176 and 471- 8744 to register