Introduction to the University

Systematic education in Sabaragamuwa province dates back to the times of King Parakramabahu II of the Dambadeniya Period, under whose patronage the Deva Pathiraja Pirivena, a 13th century monastic university, was created in the Palabaddala area of the Ratnapura District. The Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka (SUSL) now stands as the present-day link to such tradition of knowledge and wisdom, which is the 12th national university of contemporary Sri Lanka.

SUSL has established its UBLC following the guidelines given in the UGC circular 10/2016 and university policies and by-laws for industry linkage. The university desires to institutionalize the business linkages and commercialization of research output through the said cell. SUSL takes pride in its broad engagement in community outreach activities and in view of further strengthening of community engagement, SUSL offers several extension programmes under CODL and CRKD.

The Township programme to be initiated by SUSL has been discussed in detail during the meetings of the university administrators and has also been mentioned in the programme review reports of the FSSL with unequivocal optimism. The prospective programme now awaits its next stage, which is exploring funding opportunities for its implementation. BAHons in Information and Communication Technology and at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Languages was introduced for the first time in the history of the Faculties of Social Sciences and Humanities in the University system could be considered as one of the innovative steps taken to expand the opportunities for higher education. However, there are certain areas which require further advances to fully adhere to the quality assurance guidelines. For instance, SUSL does not have a comprehensive fallback option for its students, whilst its external degree programme can be considered as an alternative in future actions. Nevertheless, the Faculties of Applied Sciences and Social Sciences and Languages already offer fallback options to a part of its student population by allowing those who fail to successfully complete their Honours degree programmes to graduate with a General degree as long as its requirements have been fulfilled. At the university level, there is a discourse on how to recognize and reward excellence in teaching as currently, the university is not in possession of such a mechanism. As an initiative, a criterion has been designed to quantify teaching excellence which hopefully will be brought into effect in near future. Such performance appraisal and reward mechanisms may improve staff performance.

The university hopes to create more opportunities that will allow its students to gain more exposure to industry far more often and improve their research and career specific skills. Occupational health facilities for staff and a staff grievance policy have been identified as indispensable requirements to be met for the benefit of overall governance and management of the university. Easy access for disabled users should be established in the buildings lacking such facilities, in future while the proposed new library building has been designed and is constructed furnishing the requirement. Such improvements to the physical structure of the university will warrant a serene pathway for the Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka in its journey as a higher education institute of the 21st century.

Faculty of Agricultural Sciences

The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, initiated as the UAUC in Rahangala offers four degree programmes, conducted by the following three departments of study.

● Department of Agribusiness Management

● Department of Export Agriculture

● Department of Livestock Production

The mission of the Faculty is to search for and disseminate knowledge in the sphere of Agriculture. The faculty produces graduates in Agricultural Sciences who are proficient in the sciences/disciplines and practical skills in agriculture to contribute towards the manpower requirements of the nation.

Faculty of Applied Sciences

The Faculty of Applied Sciences, initiated as the BAUC on 21st June 1993, offers ten degree programmes, conducted by the following five departments of study.

● Department of Computing and Information Systems

● Department of Food Science and Technology

● Department of Natural Resources

● Department of Physical Sciences and Technology

● Department of Sport Sciences and Physical Education

It aims at searching for and disseminating knowledge in the areas of learning that will make a useful contribution to the development of critical manpower requirements of the nation, contributing to education, science and technology and socio-economic uplift of the communities of the nation.

Faculty of Geomatics

The Faculty of Geomatics was established in 2004 as the successor to the Department of  Surveying Sciences which now has a student population of about 350 with the aim of producing about 100 graduates annually. It offers one degree programme with five specialization streams through 

● Department of Remote Sensing and GIS

● Department of Surveying and Geodesy

Faculty of Graduate Studies

The SUSL offers its graduate qualifications through the Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS). The availability of several non-traditional, yet technologically influential courses leading to graduate qualifications have left a positive mark upon the university, highlighting the distinctiveness of FGS-SUSL within the national university system.Students who follow the graduate degree programmes at FGS-SUSL aiming for interesting and fulfilling careers in the fields of their interests benefit from widening their research based knowledge,ensuring their career progression and redefining existing forms of knowledge. It offers postgraduate programmes in eight fields of research and study, namely

● Agricultural Sciences

● Computing & Information Systems

● Geomatics

● Humanities

● Management

● Physical & Natural Sciences

● Social Sciences

● Sports Science & Physical Education

Faculty of Management Studies

The Faculty of Management Studies commenced its programmes of study offering a three-year degree programme in September 1996.The name of the faculty (Faculty of Business Studies) was changed as the Faculty of Management Studies with the approval of the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2003. Today it comprises of

● Department of Accountancy & Finance

● Department of Business Management

● Department of Marketing Management

● Department of Tourism Management

Offering seven bachelors hounours degree programmes. The Faculty seeks the services of Sri Lankan academics and eminent personnel from the industry and foreign academics from Britain, the USA, Australia, Japan, Belgium, India and Malaysia to serve the Faculty from time to time.

Faculty of Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine in the Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka is the newest arrival to the chain of Medical Faculties in Sri Lanka, being the tenth of its kind. It comprises of 15 academic departments to fulfill the requirements of its MBBS degree programme, of which

● Department of Anatomy

● Department of Biochemistry

● Department of Physiology

are currently in operation.It is established in Ratnapura where it will conduct the first year of the degree program at the Batuhena Faculty premises. The new faculty building and the professorial unit are being constructed at the land adjacent to the Provincial General Hospital, Ratnapura that will serve as the teaching hospital for the Faculty of Medicine providing all clinical training facilities for the students. The Faculty accommodates 75 students as its first intake.

Faculty of Social Sciences and Languages

The Faculty of Social Sciences and Languages was established at the same time the University commenced its study programs in 1996. The operations of the Faculty commenced in November 1996 with the intake of students from the former Affiliated University College. It started off with two departments and has advanced to today’s composition with

● Department of Economics & Statistics

● Department of English Language Teaching

● Department of Geography & Environmental Management

● Department of Languages

● Department of Social Sciences

The Faculty of Social Sciences and Languages offers 15 degree programmes, the highest number for any faculty of the SUSL.

Faculty of Technology

The Faculty of Technology was declared open in October, 2018. It offers two degree programmes in technology through its two departments,

● Department of Biosystems Technology

● Department of Engineering Technology

The Faculty intends to accommodate 75 students annually, for each degree program. The first two years of the degree programs will be conducted at a temporary building facility which is equipped with lecture halls, laboratories and administration offices. The construction of the state-of-the art, fully-fledged faculty complex will be commenced shortly under a loan of USD 31 million from the ADB.

List of Centres and Units

The SUSL has the following list of Centres and Units currently in operation.

Centre for Computer Studies

The Centre for Computer Studies provides the IT related academic and technical services in the university. It conducts and supervises academic programmes of different faculties, preparing IT curricula and provides training for the academic, non-academic and academic support staff while hosting the university web service and email facility. Campus-wide internet and networking facility, virtual learning environment with other network services, e-learning facility and hardware software maintenance services are the technical services provided by the centre.

Staff Development Centre

The Staff Development Center (SDC) organizes activities and programs (formal or informal and on or off campus) to help staff members to learn about responsibilities, develop skills and competencies necessary to accomplish institutional and divisional goals. The Induction program for academic staff, which is mandatory for the confirmation of the post as an academic staff member, is conducted each year through this centre. It also conducts programs for personality and professional development for the members of the staff to prepare them for advancement within the SUSL or beyond.

Centre for Research and Knowledge Dissemination

The Centre for Research and Knowledge Dissemination promotes research among the academics within the university and creates opportunities for presenting and publishing research findings for local and international researchers and to disseminate knowledge to the community. It is responsible for coordination, monitoring and evaluation of the research projects conducted by the university, production of university publications, organizing national / international symposiums and conferences and promoting SUSL academic programs at the international level.

Centre for Open and Distance Learning

The main objective of the Centre for Open and Distance Learning (CODL) is to ensure proper functioning of all external degree programmes, diplomas, certificate courses and extension programmes conducted by the university. Initially, the unit was a community Development Centre with the aim of providing job oriented certificate programmes on selected fields to the youth in the area. After establishing the SUSL in 1996, the centre was renamed as the EDPESU in 2000 with the expectation of helping and guiding the needy population in the area with a wider outreach.

Centre for Gender Equity and Equality

The Centre for Gender Equity and Equality is in place to promote gender equity and equality (GEE) in the SUSL where all students, academic, administrative and support staff, female and male, enjoy equal opportunities, human rights, and are free from all forms of dis crimination and harassment. It is responsible for preparing the Policy Framework for Gender Equity and Equality of SUSL and providing training on GEE for the SUSL personnel.

Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Community Studies

The Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Community Studies was established with the aim of providing facilities for those who are interested in postgraduate studies in indigenous knowledge and community studies. Accordingly, the centre has introduced three courses of study, namely Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). It also hosts an e-journal, Akyana (Narrations), dedicated to publish scholarly and research work in indigenous knowledge and community studies.

Career Guidance Unit

The Career Guidance Unit was established in April 1998 on the initiative of the UGC and its primary objectives are to ensure maximum employability of graduates with minimum waiting time period through proper guidance and improve qualities that enable them to achieve successful future careers.

Internal Quality Assurance Unit

The primary task of the Internal Quality Assurance Unitis to safeguard academic standards and quality of higher education qualifications and to inform and encourage continuous improvement in the management of the quality of higher education in the university.It oversees quality assurance for all teaching and learning processes, student support and institutional development. This unit ensures that the SUSL operates in conformity with the Sri Lanka Qualification Framework (SLQF) and academic standards and accreditation set forth by the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Council of Sri Lanka

University Business Linkage Cell

The leading responsibility of the University Business Linkage Cell is to link the university  research and innovation activities with external business stakeholders. It strives to bridge the gap between private and state-owned businesses, the academic community, faculties and undergraduates. It liaises with the industrial sector by facilitating, supporting, analysing, negotiating, organising, documenting, planning and monitoring functions according to its portfolio, with the aim of achieving its objectives

STUDY AT Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS-SUSL)

Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka (SUSL) offers its graduate qualifications through the Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS). The availability of several non-traditional, yet technologically influential courses leading to graduate qualifications have left a positive mark upon the university, highlighting the distinctiveness of FGS-SUSL within the national university system. Our potential to synthesise research based knowledge with the universal knowledge pool will add more value to the uniqueness that has so far characterised Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka. These efforts, we believe, may not only help us define what Sabaragamuwa has contributed to human civilization in the past, but also what Twenty First Century humanity may gain from us in the future.

Students who follow the graduate degree programmes at FGS-SUSL aiming for an interesting and fulfilling careers in field of their interests benefit from widening their research based knowledge; not only by enhancing their career progression, but also from redefining existing forms of knowledge. The FGS-SUSL is also certain that those research philosophies that encourage us to perceive existing realities differently may help to change them forever. Thus, our purpose is to provide an opportunity for the creation of new knowledge, as well as to facilitate effective and efficient delivery of study programmes through quality teaching and research training. We wish to produce individuals with graduate qualifications in their respective disciplines who are able to face the challenges of development, both locally and internationally.

Thank you for your interest in the academic programmes offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka. It is with pleasure that we look forward to serving you by realising the aspirations of your career progression and thirst for knowledge.

Admissions

Entry Qualifications

All the graduate programmes (taught and research) offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka have adapted the entry qualifications stipulated by the Sri Lanka National Qualifications Framework, as given below. Please note that certain graduate programmes may require specific entry qualifications. You may find this information under the programmes that you are applying for.

Entry Qualifications (General)

No person shall be considered for admission to any academic programme leading to a graduate qualification unless he/she has satisfied the requirements established by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka. Some programmes may have additional requirements for admission. Applicants must meet the admission requirements under each programme offered. If you possess any equivalent qualification, both academic progress and/or experience must be recognised by the Senate of the Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, and the University reserves the right to approve/not approve admission into any programme.

Minimum admission requirements: PG Certificate and PG Diploma

The minimum admission requirement is a Bachelors degree with 30 credits in the relevant subject area, or equivalent prior learning experience and/or a qualification in the relevant subject area. Completion of NVQF level 7 may also be considered as an equivalent qualification for admission to SLQF levels 7 and 8 in that field of specialization.

Minimum admission requirement: Masters with Course Work

The minimum admission requirement is a Bachelors degree with 30 credits in the relevant subject area, or equivalent prior learning experience and/or a qualification in the relevant subject area. Completion of NVQF level 7 may also be considered as equivalent qualification for admission to SLQF level 9 in that field of specialization.

Minimum admission requirement: Masters with Course Work and Research

The minimum admission requirement is a Bachelors degree with a minimum of 30 credits in the relevant subject area, and a minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a scale of 0-4), or a qualification at SLQF level 6 or 7 in the relevant area of study. Completion of NVQF level 7 with a minimum GPA of 2.0 may also be considered as an equivalent qualification for admission to SLQF level 10 in that field of specialization.

Minimum admission requirement: MPhil

A Bachelors degree of level 6 with a minimum of 30 credits in the relevant field or a related field, or a Bachelor’s degree atSLQF level 5 and the successful completion of a qualifying examination. The examination will be conducted after the completion of 30 credits equivalent to SLQF 6 in the same or related field, or a qualification at SLQF levels 7 or 8 in the relevant field. The equivalent qualifications for entry may be a:

  1. First or Second Class Honours degree from a recognized University;
  2. First Class Honours in General Degree Examination having offered the relevant/related subject/s of the proposed research with acceptable postgraduate qualifications/s;
  3. Two year Master’s Degree with a substantial research component from a Recognized University or in a relevant subject of the intended MPhil research;
  4. One year Master’s Degree, with either five years of post qualifying experience or refereed published research, acceptable to the University;
  5. A Postgraduate Diploma and a Masters Degree with a research component in the relevant/related subject of the proposed research; or
  6. Associate Membership of any Professional organization acceptable to the University with two year’s work experience that incorporated considerable research.

Minimum admission requirements: PhD

Master of Philosophy, or an equivalent Master’sDegree. However, a candidate holding an Honours (Bachelor) degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who has registered for an MPhil degree may be upgraded to PhD level after a minimum period of one year, provided that his/her research competencies show exceptional merit.

English Language Proficiency

Those candidates who select English as the medium of instruction should possessa good working knowledge of the English language. Foreign applicants from non-English speaking countries should produce proof of their language proficiency in English.

Application Procedure

Application for registration in graduate programmes shall be invited by notice in the news papers or electronic media. A person who wishes to become a candidate in a graduate programme shall make an application through the online graduate admissions portal of the FGS-SUSL (www.fgs-susl.edu.lk/admissions/signup) when the said programme is open for enrolment. The application shall be on the prescribed form and provide the information he/she may be required to submit, including his/her qualifications for undertaking the programme of study.

Taught Programmes

Application received by the FGS-SUSL shall be referred to the Coordinator of the respective programme. The coordinator, having examined the application for the necessary initial qualifications, shall call the qualified candidates for an interview, on the results of which selection may be made. A selection test may be held, if necessary, prior to the interview, if the number of applicants is very much in excess of the number of candidates that can be accommodated in the given intake. The final list of the candidates to be enrolled shall be recommended to the Board of Graduate Studies and the Senate through the respective Board of Study. The intake for any taught programme of study (by coursework or by coursework and research) will be decided by the respective programme.

Research Higher Degree Programme

Under the general admission rules, candidates can submit their application for Research Higher Degrees (Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy) throughout the year, and will be considered for either the February or September intake, provided that the application has reached the FGS at least three months before the closest intake point.

Candidates who have already received approved research grants from any local or foreign grantor to follow a Research Higher Degree can process their application at any time of the year, and will be considered for special admission.

Application Processing

We urge you to process your application through our FGS-SUSL Graduate Admissions Portal. All students will be required to submit: Application Forms, the Application Processing Fee, Official Transcripts, Letters of Recommendation, Study Leave Entitlement Letter, Research Proposal, and a Recent Colour Photograph (and other information as required by the program you are applying for).

Apply Online

We offer this facility in hopes that it will make our admission process as easy and convenient as possible for you. Please note that if you wish to apply for a taught programme, you should use the specific application available time to time corresponding with the application calling period of the particular programme.

Please carefully read the instructions that appear throughout the application pages. You can only submit your application one time. If you have updates to any information you have submitted, please notify it to the FGS-SUSL through our online inquiry system as soon as possible.

We assure the confidentiality of your information which are stored in our retrieval systems and they are kept private. Only after you submit your application will it be available for review by the members of the Boards of Study and administrative staff involved in admissions.

Once you create your user account in our graduate admission portal you can return to the same for downloading necessary applications and other formats required for correspondence with the FGS-SUSL during your candidature. Thus FGS-SUSL urges all of its candidates to apply online, which is just five steps away:

Step 1: Create your account

Use your current e-mail address. Minimum password length is 6 characters. Be sure to use a strong password. Use a mix of different types of characters to make the password stronger, e.g. letters, numbers and symbols.

Step 2: Verify your account and complete profile

Please make sure not to log out without completing this step, as the status of your account would remain in-active if you do not. As a result, you will not be able to sign in again using your current e-mail address.

Step 3: Download the application and other forms as necessary

Step 4: Complete and upload required documents

Step 5: Verify and submit your application through declaration

If you have any queries concerning the application process, please contact the Coordinator/Chairperson of the respective programme/board of study you are applying to.

Application Status

You may check the status of your application after the submission. This information will be available after the Faculty of Graduate Studies has received the respective application online.

This facility is available only for Research Higher Degree Programmes (Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy).

Check Status

Degree in Bachelor of Arts External

The Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka (SUSL) has the unique capability of catering to the higher educational needs not only of the Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces but of the entire country. Accordingly, BA General (External) Degree Programme has been designed to provide an opportunity to the students those who do not get the university admission but are willing to obtain a degree. All the academic operations of this degree program are done by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Languages, which is one of the five faculties of the university and administration of the program by the CODL.

Duration

Duration of this degree program is 3 years. At the end of each year (1st, 2nd and 3rd), students will sit for an examination. Seminars related to each course unit will be held at weekends only. 

 At the beginning of the course, registration will be made for 4 years and registration of the students who fail to complete the degree within the period of first registration will be extended for another 4 years. The degree should be completed within a period of 8 years from the first registration.

Aims/objectives

The degree program has been introduced to achieve several objectives.

 One of the objectives is to improve the subject knowledge of those who are employed in different fields to meet the professional demands of their careers by providing an access to the higher education. The program strives to develop the person’s capacity through a board range of academic disciplines to meet challenges of the 21st century.

Further, this program is expected contribute to the nation in its path to prosperity by producing graduates equipped with sound knowledge and skills.

 Registration

Eligibility

Those who have passed G.C.E.A/L with “S” pass for any three (03) subjects or professional/other academic qualifications mentioned in the section 13.1 and 13.2 of the Hand Book of the BA General (External) Degree Program.


Course fee

    Registration fee

     Application and relevant documents – 500.00 Rs
     Registration fee for three years – 2600.00 Rs
     Annual renewal fee of the registration – 200.00 Rs

    Examination fee

     1st year examination – 600.00 Rs
     2nd year examination – 750.00 Rs
     3rd year Examination -750.00 Rs

   Examination fee for repeat subjects

     Per repeat paper – 250.00 Rs

   Fee for certificates

    Detailed degree certificate (Transcript) – 50.00 Rs
    Degree certificate – 250.00 Rs
    Confidential report/certificates issued for institutional requirements -150.00 Rs

  Course /Seminar fee

   1st year – 7000.00 Rs
   2nd year – 8000.00 Rs
   3rd year – 9000.00 Rs

The candidates are allowed to pay the course /seminar fee in two installments. The first has to be paid at the registration, and the second before the examination of the relevant year.

Evaluation Criteria

Three subjects should be selected for the degree. Examination will be conducted at the end of the each year. There are six written papers (two papers from one subject) per year and at the end of 3 years 18 papers should be completed.

All papers should be completed with at least ‘C’ passes to pass the examination.  All ‘D’ and ‘E’ grades should be upgraded in 2 attempts. All the papers should be completed in the first attempt in order to secure a Merit, or a Distinction and obtain a class (first or Second class).

Grading Procedure

70   –  100      – A (Distinction)
55   –   69       – B (Merit)
40   –   54       – C (Pass)
30   –   39       – D (Weak Pass) 
00   –   29       – E (Fail)

Award of Classes for the Degree

Completion of the Degree

Competition of the degree at the end of the 3rd year includes one of the following requirements.

  1. A candidate should obtain at least 40 % marks (c) or above for all papers
  2. Average of the total marks obtained for all the papers by the candidate should be 40 % with “D” grade for only one paper.

Classes will be awarded to the candidates who pass all course units in the first attempt to the 1st year, 2nd year and 3rd year examinations.

Second Class Lower Division

Second Class Lower division will be awarded to  the candidates who pass all course units obtaining  “A” or “B” grades for not less than half of the all course units with the average marks of  not less than 55 % .

Second Class Upper Division

Second Class Upper division will be awarded to the candidates who pass all course units obtaining  “A” or “B” grades for not less than half of the all course units with the average marks of not less than 60 % .

First Class

First Class will be awarded to the candidates who pass all course units obtaining “A” grades for not less than half of all the course units with the average marks of not less than 65 %.

Masters

Name of the ProgrammeFaculty | Department
MSc Ayurvedic Hospital ManagementFaculty of Management Studies
Master of Business AdministrationFaculty of Management Studies
Master of Business Administration (Finance)Faculty of Management Studies
Master of Business Administration (Marketing)Faculty of Management Studies
Master of Business Administration (Tourism)Faculty of Management Studies
MSc Surveying SciencesFaculty of Geomatics
Master of Information TechnologyFaculty of Applied Sciences
MA English & EducationDepartment of Languages
Master of Business Economics*Department of Economics & Statistics
MSc Business Economics*Department of Economics & Statistics

Research Higher Degrees

Research Higher Degrees offered by the FGS-SUSL are designed to provide research training in a manner that fosters the development of independent research skills in candidates. The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programmes are advanced postgraduate degrees undertaken by research only and lead to advanced academic and theoretical knowledge in a specialist area. Both programmes are available in full and part-time modes.

Research higher degree candidates are required to make an original contribution to knowledge or understanding in their fields of study and meet recognised international standards for such work. Research should be conducted with a high level of skill in analysis and critical evaluation and should provide evidence that the candidate is familiar with and has employed the most suitable research methods and other procedures in their studies.

The intended Learning Outcomes of the MPhil Programme are that graduates will:

  • Have up-to-date and in-depth knowledge in their area of specialization;
  • Have acquired analytical and presentational skills appropriate to a wide range of professional activities enabling them to undertake research independently;
  • Be able to integrate the literature in their area of specialization;
  • Be able to utilise a range of qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods of analysis and equip themselves with the rigorous and ethical research methodologies needed to conduct high-quality research in their area of specialization;
  • Be able to present informed arguments consistent with such evidence; and
  • Be able to present research findings effectively in both written and oral form while complying with both ethical and academic conventions.

The intended Learning Outcomes of the PhD Programme:

Upon the completion of the program, graduates will be able to:

  • Frame questions about complex problems and conduct independent research at a high level to answer those questions;
  • Demonstrate knowledge of recent advances in knowledge within a specific field of research;
  • Gather evidence of different kinds from different sources, and able to integrate the literature in their area of specialization;
  • Analyse and evaluate their own research findings and those of others, and be able to offer critical appraisals of other research in their field;
  • Utilise a range of qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods of analysis, and will be equipped with the rigorous, ethical research methodologies needed to conduct high-quality research in their area of specialization;
  • Demonstrate the skills of research management, including how to access funding;
  • Present informed arguments consistent with evidence; and
  • Present research findings effectively in both written and oral form, while complying with both ethical and academic conventions.

Payment Method

For Local Students: Please credit your payments to:

Bank & Branch: Bank of Ceylon (Sabaragamuwa University Branch)

Account Name: Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, Faculty of Graduate Studies

Account Number: 79701001

Important: As a proof of your payment, a scanned copy/digital image of the bank slip should be sent to the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

If you make a payment related to any of the following taught programme, please advise the Bank to enter the given reference number together with every transaction.

Name of the ProgrammeReference Number
1. MSc Ayurvedic Hospital Management2. MBA | PGD Business Administration3. MSc Surveying Sciences4. Master of Information Technology5. MA in English & Education6. PGD in English & Education151011510213101120911410114081

For International Students: Please make Cheque or Bank Draft payable to Faculty of Graduate Studies, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka

Bank & Branch: Bank of Ceylon (Sabaragamuwa University Branch)

Account Name: Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, Faculty of Graduate Studies 

Account Number: 79701001

Address: P.O. Box 02, Belihuloya – 70140, SRI LANKA

Swift Code: BCEYLKLX

Scholarships & Research Grants

Scholarships

FGS-SUSL offers several scholarships to domestic students. The availability of these scholarships will be announced by the Faculty from time to time. These scholarships waive tuition fees, but do not cover any other cost associated with studies. The award of the scholarship is made after the evaluation of the application or performance of the candidate during the initial stage of his/her studies, and is based on the criteria set by the Faculty. The continuation of the scholarship will be based on the performance of the student and, if withdrawn, will not be re-offered.

Scholarship Programmes Presently Available

MSc Surveying Sciences Scholarship

  1. No. of Scholarships Available: 02 (two) placements in each intake
  2. Grantor: Faculty of Graduate Studies
  3. Type of Award: Full scholarship (tuition fee will be waived)
  4. Eligibility: Temporary staff attached to the Faculty of Geomatics
  5. Selection: Selection of the applicants will be based on the recommendation of the Board of Study of Geomatics

 

Research Grants

University Research Grants Programme: Research grants available at the Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka are only obtained through Principal Supervisors who are full-time academic staff of the University. The award and administration of these grants lies with the Research Grants Committee of the University. Prospective students with the assistance of their Supervisor(s) may obtain this facility formally. Decisions regarding such grants are solely at the discretion of the University Research Grants Committee.

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