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yashodhaa Ranthilake a woman of courage, was able to receive a scholarship from the University of the West of Scotland for her outstanding performance as a terrific woman in martial arts.

She was able to bring glory to Sri Lanka and all women in the world by entering the 47th position in the world ranking list as a karate player. She was also the senior Female bronze medallist in the 5th South Asian karate championship held in Bangladesh.

Imperial College of Business Studies in association with the University of the West of Scotland, a government university in the UK is proud of Yashodhara for all she has achieved and is honored to grant her a scholarship for her higher education.

Currently reading the BA (Hons) International Business and Finance Degree program inclusive of three of the world’s largest professional qualifications. (CIMA / ACCA / CIM) in 1 syllabus


If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, then, you are a role model. To all the little girls who are reading this, never doubt that you are valuable, powerful, and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve your dreams.

Do not let anyone tell you you're weak, just because you’re a woman.

Book your virtual session for career guidance and join Imperial College of Business Studies to pursue sports and your higher education with massive support. If you do believe your sports career is worth a sports scholarship and if you do think you have what it take to be a part of ICBS, APPLY NOW


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