Sri Lanka

If you're thinking about coming to study at the University of Plymouth from Sri Lanka, this page has all the information you need.

If you have any other questions, you can contact our team at or by phoning +44 1752 588049.

International tuition fees

Fees for undergraduate courses and postgraduate taught programmes can be found in the 'fees, costs and funding' section of the relevant course webpage. 
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International scholarships

To reward outstanding achievement the University of Plymouth offers scholarship schemes to help towards funding your studies. You could get up to 50% off your tuition fees in your first year.

Entry requirements


We require applicants to have completed three Sri Lankan General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) qualifications, obtained at the conclusion of the pre-University course. Applicants who have completed other qualifications are required to have completed a Foundation Year programme with our University of Plymouth International College (UPIC) or an equivalent course.


We require applicants to hold either a professional degree or a bachelor special degree when awarded after four years of study with the following classification:

Sri Lankan degree classification (percentage)  Sri Lankan degree classification (GPA out of 4.00) post-2008 UK degree equivalent
75% 3.70 1st
60% 3.30 2:1
55% 3.00 2:2

English language requirements

A recognised English language qualification (e.g., IELTS) or successful completion of one of the University of Plymouth's pre-sessional English Language courses is required.

Agents in Sri Lanka

For more help and advice, get in touch with our agent in Sri Lanka – they'll be happy to help.
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Hasithi, MSc Finance

I thought that pursuing my masters during a global pandemic would be incredibly challenging, but thanks to an amazing panel of lecturers and a University that consistently supported its students, I was provided with a high-quality education.
Despite studying for her masters during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hasithi felt supported by the University.

Mariyam Dhaaniya, LLB (Hons) Law

University of Plymouth student, Mariyam, talks about their experience as an international student living and studying in the UK and the support received from the university.
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