University of Sri Jayewardenepura, most commonly known as “Japura” is a unique and delightful locale. Life at Japura is certainly a most exciting experience that you are ever going to get as a university student.
Open learning platform of University of Sri Jayewardenepura gives you free access to courses on Humanities, Sociology, Management, Commerce, Science, Mathematics and Medicine. Particularly, Open Learning offers A/L New Syllabus Videos for Students and Teachers covering Advance Level Arts, Management, Science and Maths Streams.
These video lessons have been compiled by a selected experienced panel of University Professors and Lecturers and video lessons have been produced by Japura Media.Visit Japura Open Learning
University of Sri Jayewardenepura has a rich history that dates back to the revival of the country’s oldest education tradition: the ‘Pirivena system’
The university since its inception was partial to evolution and innovation. Today it is the largest university in terms of student population and one that offers a series of interesting course units in a variety of on demand subjects for both local and foreign students.International Students
As alumni and friends, you are fundamental to the continued success of the university and your involvement and support, whether practical, advisory or financial makes a real difference to the experience of our present and future students.
We welcome our former students (alumni) and friends, including staff and former staff, as well as individuals and organisations with an interest in the institution, to the university community.Learn More
The Innovation, Invention and Venture Creation Council (IIVCC) of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura (USJP), Sri Lanka, is an enterprise which creates a space for the academic world and industry, including the public and private sectors, to work concertedly and collaboratively. By transforming the way they work, and by promoting their innovations, inventions and venture creations, the IIVCC contributes dynamically to the educational, socio-cultural, environmental and economic needs and challenges of the 21st century.Learn More