Curtin Colombo, at the forefront of academic excellence, takes pride in offering students in the Engineering, Computing and Business degree programmes the opportunity to benefit from long-standing collaborations that are highly industry-focused, nurturing soon-to-be graduates toward career success.
Bridging the gap between academia and industry defines Curtin Colombo’s degree programmes. Strong relationships and close collaborations with technology and engineering leaders and organizations in Sri Lanka ensure that the curriculum is in sync with the fast-paced demands of today’s professional world. Thus, Curtin Colombo graduates are well-prepared to transition into the vocations of their choice.
Curtin Colombo students gain several advantages through industry collaborations. Through industry linkages, the degree programmes offer a higher level of educational excellence and students have the opportunity to gain first-hand exposure to the industry.
Among the activities conducted by Curtin Colombo to date include site visits to leading companies such as IFS, Port City and Yugadanavi Power Plant, enabling students to see classroom theory applied in contemporary work settings. Curtin Colombo’s provision of hands-on industry training and internship opportunities during the degree programmes offers students vital corporate and professional experience to complement their studies. Additionally, by providing students with practical experiences that enrich their knowledge and skills, Curtin Colombo ensures they are not just educated but empowered to thrive in the real-world challenges they will face upon graduation.
Curtin Colombo’s dedicated academic staff regularly consult with industry partners to incorporate the latest industry trends, technologies and skills into the curriculum. Both the engineering and computing degree programs maintain industry consultation boards that frequently convene to ensure that students receive up-to-date and relevant education.
Curtin Colombo conducted a series of industry consultations, connecting university staff with tech leaders from leading organizations. The insights and collaboration with industry partners benefit the university curriculum as it is aligned with the business ecosystem. Students also benefit, as it enhances their education and equips them for career success after graduation. The level of industry alignment and readiness to tackle real-world challenges is an invaluable asset for both students and parents to consider when making a vital decision about a child’s future undergraduate education.
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