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SLTTC offers Hertfordshire University BEng (Hons) Degree – Sunday Observer

Sunday Observer
Sunday, 14 Aug 2022
Eric Rajapakse

Sunday Observer E-Paper

The SLT Training Centre (SLTTC), the education arm of SLT-Mobitel, now offers students the opportunity to create technology and design solutions to address global engineering challenges through knowledge gained by the world-class BEng (Hons) Degree, University of Hertfordshire, UK.
The SLTTC invites students to enrol for the BEng (Hons) Degree, University of Hertfordshire, August intake offered in Sri Lanka, which is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, and supported by SLT-Mobitel. 
SLTTC holds the sole franchise for the University of Hertfordshire’s BEng (Hons) Engineering Degree programs in South Asia and operates under ISO 9001:2015 stringent standards certification.
The University of Hertfordshire is ranked 21 for Electrical Electronic Engineering accredited by Washington Accord, in the UK and reputed for top-class teaching, facilities and business partnerships, providing students with skills, knowledge and entrepreneurial spirit that employers seek, ensuring students can with ease forge successful careers in their chosen field.
Through the University of Hertfordshire, students also have the option to obtain and specialise in engineering-aligned degrees such as the BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, BEng (Hons) in Electronics and Communication Engineering and BEng (Hons) in Electronics and Computer Engineering. 
The curriculum provides students the ability to develop knowledge of electronic principles to gain transferable skills to pursue dream careers. Students who complete the degree will also undertake an intensive six-month industrial training programme organised by SLT-Mobitel to strengthen their skills.
Supporting students to achieve their goals, and understanding the financial burden, 20% discount offer for the Master’s Degree at the University of Hertfordshire UK. Upon completing the BEng (Hons) Degree, and the Master’s degree, students can obtain a two-year working visa for UK and Australia establishing pathways for their future.
SLTTC offers scholarships of up to 30% based on GCE A/L results.
Prospective students can enrol in the first year of the programme with their A/L results. Further, those who have completed engineering diplomas such as NDT, NDES, HNDE are eligible to obtain exceptions for the first and second year of the degree programme subject to the university admission requirement fulfilments.
The SLT Training Centre is among the flagship institutes in the country, contributing significantly towards the development of young ICT professionals, to transform the nation into a tech hub. The University of Hertfordshire’s BEng (Hons) Degree will support them achieve global qualifications in a local environment, an SLTTC spokesman said.  
For information on enrolment, prospective students and parents may call 0112956633 or visit slt.lk/training for more information.

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