What is the best university in Sri Lanka and why?

Krishantha . Posted in Education 1209 4 Comments

What is the best university in Sri Lanka and why? Give me specific details for points. Following is a list of universities in Sri Lanka.

Colombo university, Peradeniya University, Jayawardanapura university, Kelaniya university, Jafna university, Ruhuna university, Rajarate university, Moratuwa university.

4 thoughts on “What is the best university in Sri Lanka and why?”

  1. Mike P says:

    Sri Lanka State U–great soccer team and amazing debate team too.

  2. The Redox says:

    colombo university-it’s one of the oldest uni.it’s giving latest technology than others.http://www.cmb.ac.lk/

    for engineering-it’s Moratuwa uni
    for medical-Peradeniya uni

  3. Samson says:

    Best university of Sri Lanka undoubtedly is University of Colombo.
    The Redox is wrong naming Perdeniya as the best medicl college. It is Colombo Medical Faculty which is the best and there are more than thousands parameters to prove that.

  4. profjohnpearson says:

    I would recommend that the University of Sri Jayewardenepura is the best of all universities in Sri Lanka. Its Faculty of Management studies takes the giant of the degrees for the subject in Sri Lanka. So also the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Your best choice for pursuing a degree in Sanskrit/PALI and related subject would also be the same University in the country.This University is the only university in which a BA degree is conducted for Criminology in Sri Lanka.

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