Friday, October 18, 2013

Delay in Registering Students for External Degrees

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The university authorities have so far failed to call for registrations for external degrees for the students who sat for their Advanced Level examinations in 2010, the Student Union for the Protection of External Degrees said today.
Addressing a media conference, Convener of the Union, Madusanka Bandara, said the external degree programme encountered various setbacks over the last few years, and that a large number of students have not been able to register for a degree of their choice since 2010.
“The students who had passed their A/Ls, but were not eligible to enter university due to low Z-scores, have no way of pursuing their higher education as they have not been called for registrations as yet. When we enquired from the authorities whether the external degree programme has been scrapped, they replied in the negative. Yet, no new intakes have been made, and the students are left stranded with nothing to do,” he claimed.
Meanwhile, union co-convener, Vindika Ratnayake, also addressing the briefing, questioned whether the reason for registrations not being called for was the Private Universities Bill.
“If free education for all is one of Sri Lanka’s policies, why aren’t registrations called for all these students and why is the government pushing for private universities instead of working on taking care of the public university students?” Ratnayake queried.
Source - Ceylon Today

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Higher Education Opportunities in Sri Lanka for students who have done A/L & O/L

A/L results to be released. You may be passed, you may be failed. But these results will not decide your future.
You can do an internal degree in a Semi Government or Private campus or you can do an External Degree. Also you can do a Job & continue your studies while doing the Job.
There are so may Courses / Certificate Diplomas Higher Diplomas which will lead you to a degree level.

 Government & Semi

              Open University of Sri Lanka OUSL -
              National School of Business Management NSBM -
              National Institute of Business Management NIBM
              University of Vocational Technology UNIVOTEC -
              Kotalawala Defence University KDU -
              Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT)


              American National College/ANC Education/ANC University College
              Australian College of Business & Technology (ACBT)
              Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology Sri Lanka (APIIT)

              South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine (SAITM)
              Horizon Campus
              Edulink International Campus | Colombo

              British School of Commerce (BSC Colombo)
              CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) Sri Lanka
              CIM (Chartered Institute of Marketing) Sri Lanka
              Royal Institute of Colombo (RIC)

              Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT)
              Informatics Institute of Technology (IIT)
              ESOFT Computer Studies

              Institute of Java & Technological Studies (IJTS)
              National Institute of Business Management (NIBM)
              British Council Sri Lanka (BCSL
              INGRIN Institute of Printing & Graphics (IIPG)

              AAT -
              Chartered -
              CIMA -

              SLIM -
              IPM -

              Wijeya Graphics (WG)

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