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IIT becomes the first institute in Sri Lanka to offer BCS accredited degree programs

Informatics Institute of Technology (IIT) has become the first institute in Sri Lanka to provide British Computer Society (BCS) accredited degree programs.

IIT offers fours programs accredited by BCS, namely, BSc/BEng (Hons) in Software Engineering, BSc (Hons) in Computer Science, BSc (Hons) in Business Information Systems and MSc Advanced Software Engineering.

Graduates who successfully complete any of the above degree programs, will be eligible for Chartered IT Professional (CITP) registration. They will further be eligible for professional membership of BCS (MBCS). Moreover, those who successfully complete Computer Science and Software Engineering degrees will be eligible for Chartered or Incorporated Engineer (CEng or IEng) qualifications.

Dean of IIT Naomi Krishnarajah said that IIT is privileged to conduct degree programs accredited by BCS. She further stated that this accreditation highlights the quality of the degree programs offered by IIT.

IIT was established in 1990. If offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Westminster (UOW) – UK and Robert University – UK. IIT has created more than 3000 graduates who are serving at over 250 companies in the world.

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