Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College

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CINEC Campus (Pvt) Ltd


Type Private
Chancellor Prof. P.K.Mukherjee
President Captain Ajith Peiris
Students20, 000 Annual Registrations
Western Province
Affiliations Dalian Maritime University
University of Wolverhampton
Australian Maritime College
Dublin Metropolitan University
Worchester University

CINEC Campus is Sri Lanka's private institute of higher education. It is registered as a private limited liability company under the Companies Act. It is also the largest maritime educational training facility approved by the Directorate of Merchant shipping in Sri Lanka. Established in 1990, CINEC Campus is located in the quiet picturesque suburbs of Malabe with branches in Colombo, Jaffna and Trincomalee. Recently CINEC opened two overseas branches of the campus namely at Fiji and Seychelles.

CINEC Campus caters to over 20,000 students annually, who follow a range of over 200 Educational and training programs. [1]

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