Moratuwa University teams up with DP Foundation

19 June, 2022
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Moratuwa, Senior Prof. N. D. Gunawardena (on left) exchanges the MoU with Co-Founder of DP Education, Dhammika Perera

The University of Moratuwa (UoM) and the Dhammika and Priscilla Perera Foundation (DP Foundation) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) recently to facilitate open online course development and delivery at the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) level of the Project Management Institute, USA.

The objective of this initiative is to provide opportunities to learn free the required knowledge at the level of CAPM to all project participants in Sri Lanka. It comprises 12 foundational modules that cover the knowledge and skills at the CAPM level.

DP Foundation, through its DP Education arm will assist the University of Moratuwa on this new initiative by providing the required funding and supportive human resources for the creation of content for the 12 online foundational modules.

The first initiative between the University of Moratuwa (UoM) and the DP Education was the launch of ‘Trainee-Full Stack Developer’ an online program offered free to students who had completed their Advanced Level examinations.

This initiative was launched in February this year. Within the first 100 days of the launch more than 83,000 students had enrolled for this course.

To access the Trainee-Full Stack Developer course visit website.

DP Foundation, a philanthropic initiative of Dhammika and Priscilla Perera, has developed one of Sri Lanka’s largest free online learning platforms, DP Education, to produce a knowledge-based society and improve the skill set of every Sri Lankan. For more details on DP Education visit

– Sunday Observer Sri Lanka

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