After A/L's explore pathways for overseas education.
Students who were sat for the A/Levels can be select your foreign education institute within Australia, Malaysia, Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, New Zealand, UK, USA, Canada, Dubai.
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The venue will be held on 05th July 2019 from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm at the Prof. F.R. Jayasuriya Auditorium in the Scholar House, Bambalapitiya.
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Sri Lankan’s are fortunate in that we have enjoyed free education since 1945. Our leaders at the time, without a doubt in all sincerity believed that having provided an education to every citizen of the country we will be able to alleviate poverty, become a developed country and achieve prosperity. We achieved a very high literacy rate far above our neighbours. Certain social and economic indicators show that we have done well in the region. But on a global scale we are very much in the bottom half in most instances.
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Since moving from Sri Lanka in 2007 to study engineering at Swinburne, Sachith Ranamukhaarachchi hasn’t looked back. A masters and seven years in the industry later, he’s got some tried and tested advice about turning opportunities into a career.
Malaysia is a very popular study destination among Sri Lankan students wishing to pursue the higher education overseas and it is also a very popular study destination among global international student community. In the Asian region it has established itself as an education hub. Most Asian parents prefer Malaysia because there is a similarity in cultures where school leavers can experience some degree of independence in a loosely controlled environment before moving in to more liberal but very complex societies of the west for their postgraduate studies.
In Sri Lanka we have a habit of collecting certificates. It is quite common to see for an example engineering students studying professional study programmes in commerce. Sri Lankans believe that having many qualifications will lead to good employment prospects. Rationally thinking does it matter to an employer how many certificates the employee has collected. For an employer what matters most is finding an employee who can do a job of work. In Sri Lanka there is a culture of rote learning.