Buckinghamshire New University officials visit SLF

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The Deputy Vice Chancellor, Senior Academic Registrar and other officials of Buckinghamshire New University visited the Sri Lanka Foundation (SLF) for a due diligence review meeting, as an initial step to commence graduate and post graduate degree programs.  

On two official visits, officials from the Buckinghamshire New University met SLF Chairman Professor Ranjith Bandara and other officials of SLF involved in its academic affairs.

SLF as a centre for leadership, education and training, offers a wide range of academic programs in dynamic fields namely, social and institutional development, psychology and counselling, business and enterprise management, language and ICT, digital film academy, tourism and hospitality management and the Centre for Wellbeing.

The SLF was incorporated by an act of parliament in 1973 and functions autonomously under the purview of the presidential secretariat, with its functions managed by a board.

In partnership with BNU, SLF has planned to launch future graduate and post graduate degree programs which will undoubtedly open a new chapter in the field of education in Sri Lanka.