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Royal Institute of Colombo goes live with UNIVISER


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From left: Nivantha Bandara (Director), Dr Nirodha Bandara,  G T Bandara, Ismail Sadurdeen 


  • The university’s prospective students, current students and alumni can now seamlessly connect in one spot

 

The Royal Institute of Colombo (RIC) last week went ‘live’ with UNIVISER, a state-of-the art custom cloud-based networking system that connects its prospective students to current students and current students to alumni. 

RIC’s partnership with UNIVISER ushers in a new way for prospective students to virtually engage with verified current students and for current students to receive e-mentorship from valuable alumni of the university.

With UNIVISER, institutions gain access to an official university-driven system where future students benefit from current students› knowledge, advice and guidance about courses, finances, and campus life. Meanwhile, existing students receive direct access to RIC alumni to form valuable connections through UNIVISER’s proprietary e-mentoring platform.

Founded in 2018, and based in Colombo (No. 20, Bawa Place, Borella, Colombo 8), and Singapore (20A, Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore, 088443), UNIVISER’s seasoned team specialises in supporting university administrators with achieving their strategic goals of engaging 3 key stakeholders: prospects, current students and alumni. The company offers two key solutions to educational institutes by providing networking support to future students and current students.

RIC is excited to announce this valuable partnership with UNIVISER to further the university’s mission to use innovation and creativity to actively engage its fellow university community in new and improved ways. 

 

 


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