• The Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo

    The Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, established in 1870 and considered the undisputed matriarch of medical education in Sri Lanka has been a leader in medical training and research not only in this country but also in Asia.

  • Second Annual Retreat on Curriculum Review

    Second Annual Retreat on Curriculum Review Oct 29th -30th 2016 at The Palms Beruwala

  • Inauguration of New Batch AL 2015
  • CVCD Excellence Award – 2016

    Professor Senaka Rajapakse, Professor of Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo was awarded the CVCD Excellence Award – 2016, for the Most Outstanding Senior Researcher in Health Sciences, including Medicine, Dental Science, Veterinary Science and other Allied Sciences and Professor D.U.J. Sonnadara, Senior Professor and Chair of Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Colombo was awarded the CVCD Excellence Award – 2016, for the Most Outstanding Senior Researcher in the field of Physical Sciences.

  • Annual Research Symposium 2016
  • Diploma in Disaster Management Batch 3 Award Ceremony
  • Commencement Lecture AL 2014 - Professor Harshalal R. Seneviratne Senior Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • ENGLISH DRAMA COMPETITION 2016

Welcome to the Faculty Of Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, established in 1870 and considered the undisputed matriarch of medical education in Sri Lanka has been a leader in medical training and research not only in this country but also in Asia. Our teaching faculty in Colombo is comprised of some of the most accomplished, ambitious and dedicated scientists and medical professionals in Asia. Students always strive to grow and evolve and our faculty does provide them an innovative learning environment that imparts the refined skills of how to be compassionate and caring. This faculty is in the forefront of medical education and has central to its mission, a curriculum that melds the study of basic science, pathophysiology and mechanisms of disease and the clinical practice of medicine into a cohesive programme of learning.