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IIHS FOUNDATION IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES ; Save Time After O/L to Further Your Global Opportunities

The International Institute of Health Sciences (IIHS) continues to soar in the Sri Lankan and South Asian education sectors as it stands out as one of the very few private institutes to offer unique international pathways to courses in Nursing, Physiotherapy, Bio Medical Sciences, Health Administration and Education. The IIHSFoundation in

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A Fast Track For a World-Class University Degree ; ACBT University Foundation Programme for O/LEVEL Qualified Students

Australian College of Business and Technology (ACBT), the pioneer in providing Australian Higher Education in Sri Lanka with Edith Cowan University (ECU),has started enrollments for its new batch of University Foundation Program exclusively meant for students who sat for GCE Ordinary Level Examination in 2018. ACBT University Foundation Programme is an

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With or without O/Ls ; OFQUAL Regulated British Foundation Programme at ICBT Campus

ICBT Campus the leading private sector education service provider in Sri Lanka is now offering OFQUAL regulated British Foundation for those after O/Ls. This 9 month programme (Level 3 Foundation Diploma for HigherEducation Studies)is designed for those who have completed their GCE O/Ls but do not have the required results for

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80 Engineering Part Scholarships ; CINEC With Ministry of Higher Education

CINEC revolves around three key pillars, knowledge, skill and competence. This Campus is famous for highly employable and affordable government approved degrees in Sri Lanka. CINEC offered part scholarships to 80 engineering students under the government interest free Loan scheme through the Ministry of Higher Education of Sri Lanka. As

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“Thanks to ANC – Northwood Partnership I Had The Golden Opportunity of Starting an American Degree with O/Ls…”

Thousands of O level graduates consider university pathway options every year, for the job market is getting increasingly competitive and A levels is no longer a passport to college. However, a majority of students and their parents are left confused as they are deciding between foundation year programs and A

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