Leeds Campus of Business and Technology Sri Lanka

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Organizational History[edit]

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Leeds International (Pvt) Ltd originally established in 1999, with the inauguration of the Leeds International School in Panadura. At present, the group has 6 branches across Sri Lanka, with over 4000 in total student population. We will be starting our 7th branch in parallel to the launching of the LCBT campus (for further information about the schools and the Leeds group, visit http://www.leeds.lk/). With the planned expansion into the higher education industry, Leeds Campus of Business and Technology (LCBT) would be a milestone in the history of the Leeds group.

LCBT is an educational institution, providing a pathway for students in Sri Lanka to gain internationally recognized higher education qualifications that would be current for both students and the employers.

The main campus of LCBT is situated at No. 342 Kotte Road, Pitakotte, Sri Lanka and another branch at No. 320 Aguruwatota Road, Horana, Sri Lanka. The campus plans to initially start off with courses for engineering and sports, but would soon move into other business subjects (Management, HR, Accounting, IT, etc.).

The building of the Main campus is five storied, with central air-conditioning and other facilities such as a lift, generators, internet, 90 channels of TV, a modern computer laboratory, a science lab, an auditorium, a library and a performing arts studio.

Campuses[edit]