Admissions - Royal Institute of Colombo

 

 

Admissions

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With over 40 years of experience in the field of higher education, Royal Institute of Colombo (RIC) is undoubtedly the name sought after by anyone that aspires quality education. Having affiliations to the prestigious University of London and Deakin University Australia, RIC has produced numerous professionals steering leading entities both locally and globally. The academic direction for BSc. and LLB degree programmes of the University of London is being provided by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). In fact, RIC was listed among the top 5 out of over 120 global teaching centers of the University of London International Programmes by the London School of Economics in 2020.

There are many pathways to tertiary study, regardless of your background. However, completion of either Cambridge, Edexcel, or equivalent GCE Ordinary Level or Advanced Level (National/London), is a prerequisite for tertiary educational qualifications offered at RIC.

Your entry into all courses will be assessed on the basis of your academic qualifications and results. However, should a student not meet admission requirements, pathway options are available to applicants who don’t meet these general requirements.

Request a ‘Qualification Assessment’ to determine is you are suitably qualified to apply for study in your chosen field, specifically if your application is based on pending Advance Level results.

While a student may meet the entry requirements to a programme, RIC has structured application and selection processes to ensure a student is competent to meet the demands and rigor of the academic programme. The application process has no financial commitments.

As a first step, you will be required to fill out an application from and supply all required supporting documents.

An aptitude test designed to assess the student’s current knowledge level will be administered, upon prior appointment, in relation to the programme chosen.

Student interviews will be then conducted as a final measure to assess suitably to join the programme conducted by RIC.

The Selection is a competitive process and depends upon meeting the selection criteria for each course. Candidates may be referred to a foundation level course owing to eligibility requirements.