Yes, you can apply to any local or international university for postgraduates.
Yes, but this degree mainly targets the career of a Bio-Medical Scientist. But as another option, you can be an MLT in the private sector but not in the government sector.
Yes. KIU is a member of the Association of commonwealth universities (ACU)
Yes, KIU is a UGC-recognized University and accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education
Other Administrative Opportunities
There are no regular field visits but with the requirement the Department will arrange field visits for the particular batches
There is a Sports Club at the University and you have a gym facility within the University
There are no transition opportunities from Sri Lanka to other countries offered by the University
Internship opportunities will be suggested by the Department from the companies which have signed the MOU with KIU
Career guidance will be given by the Department and from the Career Guidance Unit. Furthermore, mentors will be appointed for each individual student to guide them throughout the academic years
A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+ and C constitute Pass Grades.
|Range of Marks Z%
|Grade Point Value
|Below a pass
|Absent – no reason
|Absent – Medical reason
Direct the students to the Students’ Liaisons’ office.
As an Honours degree this will go for exactly four (04) years’ time for successful completion without any delay from the University side
Yes, In the 4th Year 1st Semester, Students need to complete 270 Hours of internship and prepare a report for the Placement Presentation
In order to apply for excused course module, you have to fill and submit the “Excuse Application Form” in the student portal 7 days prior to the examination. Once the form is successfully completed, you will receive a confirmation email.
In order to apply for a repeat course module, you have to fill and submit the “Repeat Application Form” in the student portal 7 days prior to the examination. Once the form is successfully completed, you will receive a confirmation email.
Please note that the examination division will not provide published results information over the phone. You should fill out and submit the “Results Sheet Requesting Form.” in the student portal. Once the form is successfully completed, you will receive a confirming email and you will receive requested semester results between the 15th and 30th of the month.
In order to request remarking, you have to fill and submit the” Remarking Application Form” in the student portal… Once the form is successfully completed, you will receive a confirmation email. Further, you are requested to pay the amount of Rs.2,000+2.5% and send the scanned copy of the receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org within 14 days from the date of publishing of the results.
In order to submit an examination excuse, you have to fill and submit the “Absenteeism Form” in the student portal within 14 days of the examination. Further, you should scan the valid excuse documents and send them to the relevant email address among the following. The student information should be clearly mentioned in the email body.
For valid examination excuses, you can submit a medical certificate from a government hospital or KIU approved private hospital, a marriage certificate, death certificate of your immediate family member along with your birth certificate. In case you are participating in a national or international level curricular or extra-curricular activity, you must submit valid documents to prove your concerns.
It is Rs.2,500 + 2.5%
Within 14 days from the examination, you must submit a valid excuse as mentioned in answer 4(A4) to the relevant email address given in answer 3(A3), using your KIU Outlook email. If your excuse is rejected, your results will be published as a repeater.
You should apply for a repeat/excused examination at least seven days prior to the exam. Further, you are required to pay the applicable fee and send the scanned copy of the receipt to email@example.com Once the above-mentioned procedure is completed, the eligible list will be emailed to you 24 hours prior to the examination.