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EDULINK International Campus offers schols from University of Northampton

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EDULINK International Campus is a private higher education institute that offers degrees from the prestigious University of Northampton UK which comprises a range of subjects including Business, Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Computing at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels. 

The delivery of these programs is complemented by a highly-qualified panel of lecturers, world-class facilities and strict adherence to stringent quality assurance procedures followed in the UK.

With a mission to support talented Sri Lankan students with the ability to learn from the best in the world independent of their financial situation and offer them the right opportunities to enhance their career progress , EDULINK now offers a range of scholarships to academically gifted students to gain the opportunity to study for degrees from the University of  Northampton.

With a long and distinguished history, the University of Northampton is today a vibrant institution   ranked by the Guardian as a top 50 university in the UK for its Business, Management and Marketing courses in 2016, together with being shortlisted for The University of the Year Award and for Outstanding Business School of the Year Award in 2013.

The scholarships awarded from the University of Northampton will include BSc (Hons) Computing and the BA (Joint Hons) Business and Entrepreneurship.

The BSc (Hons) Computing is structured to provide a firm grasp of the sciences underpinning computer and software technologies through practical experience in developing systems using the latest generation of technology. Strong themes in this program include an understanding of developing computer systems, the management of IT within an organisation, project management of computing projects, security issues in computer and business systems and the deployment of computing systems at an enterprise level. 

It will also train students to design and build systems to meet real business needs and focuses on the integration of computer systems and their interaction with the business process.

The BA (Joint Hons) Business and Entrepreneurship is designed with innovation being a central component of the degree. It looks at how to develop a business from a practical perspective and explores key learning in Business Start-Up, Business Growth and Development, Entrepreneurial Skills, Managing Opportunities and Entrepreneurial Marketing and Strategy.

Both of these scholarships will be awarded based on the student’s grades and talents that will include 25%, 50%, 75% or in exceptional cases 100%.  

Interested students can apply for the scholarship through their website on www.edulink.edu.lk or the Facebook page www.facebook.com/edulink.colombo before 13 January 2017.

The EDULINK International Campus Director Kanishka Weeramunda noted: “EDULINK’s vision in devising this scholarship scheme is to maximise the potential of local students and to provide them with vital pathways to have more scope to become highly skilled and competent professionals ready to tackle the immense challenges posed by today’s competitive business environment and in turn make a valuable contribution to our businesses and industries.”

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