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Jun 27, 2023

LNBTI’s Visit to St’ Joseph’s Convent, Kegalle

On the 27th of June 2023, LNBTI – Japanese IT university, embarked on a school visit to St Joseph’s Convent in Kegalle. The purpose of this visit was to engage with the A/L Japanese and ICT teachers, as well as the Vice Principals, to discuss the benefits of studying at LNBTI and the potential career opportunities it offers.

The LNBTI team, led by Professor Ananda Kumara, the esteemed Vice Chancellor of the university, commenced the visit by highlighting the significance of pursuing higher education at LNBTI. Professor Ananda emphasized the LNBTI’s commitment to providing world-class IT education and its strong ties with the Japanese industry. He explained that LNBTI graduates are highly sought-after professionals in the IT sector and have excellent prospects of securing lucrative employment opportunities in Japan upon graduation.

The A/L Japanese, ICT teachers, and Vice Principals, expressed genuine interest in this unique educational pathway presented by LNBTI. They recognized the immense benefits it could bring to their students, as it offered the opportunity to acquire specialized IT skills and gain exposure to the Japanese working culture, which is known for its technological advancements and innovation.

Furthermore, the LNBTI team emphasized the strong industry connections and internship opportunities available to students. They highlighted the collaborations between LNBTI and renowned Japanese IT companies, providing students with invaluable real-world experience and networking opportunities. This aspect resonated well with the teachers and principals, as they understood the importance of exposing students to industry practices and fostering industry-relevant skills.

The LNBTI team effectively conveyed the potential benefits of studying at LNBTI, particularly the prospects of securing professional IT jobs in Japan after graduation. The teachers and principals of St Joseph’s Convent, Kegalle, were enthusiastic about this pathway and saw it as a valuable opportunity for their students to excel in the field of IT.