RESEARCH VESSEL



Are you looking for a vessel for your offshore research or other academic activities?

If you are looking for a vessel for your offshore research our research vessel is available for you at a nominal price.

In addition, we at the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences & Technology, are expanding our horizons and looking to collaborate with other oceanographic institutions, businesses and enterprises. For more information please contact Dean, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences & Technology.

General Contact Information
Postal Address
Dean,
Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences & Technology,
University of Ruhuna, Wellamadama,
Matara (81000),
Sri Lanka.
Telephone
+94 (0)41 2227026
Fax
+94 (0)41 2227026
E-Mail
asanthi@fish.ruh.ac.lk

We Are

" National centre of excellence for fisheries and marine sciences "

OUR VISION

To be the centre of excellence for Fisheries Science, Marine Science and Water Technology education and research in Sri Lanka.


OUR MISSION

To produce outstanding, internationally accredited graduates in the fields of Fisheries, Aquaculture, Limnology, Water Technology, Oceanography and Marine Geology.

Highlights

All Recent News & Events

* Academic Calendar for the Academic Year 2019/2020

* Online lecture ( Speaker - Mr. Jayalal Rohana) on 21st January 2021 from 8.00pm to 10.00pm - organized by Cultural Center, University of Ruhuna.
Zoom Link:
https://learn.zoom.us/j/64791839616?pwd=Mm1Qa1pmM0g5SC9KVE1sU1lFd05SQT09
Meeting ID: 647 9183 9616
Passcode: qM%0e9Dc [Read More]

* Logging Information of the LMS for New Intake (2019) [Read More]

* Message from the Vice Chancellor [Read More]

* Inter-Faculty ompetition in Instrumental and Vocal Music (ICIVM) 2020
[Read More]


Testimonials

    

To me,FMST is the ideal place to study about the Marine Sciences in Sri Lanka.FMST helped me grow and excel as a student,all the while nurturing my love for the ocean, backed by some of the best academics in this field.



S K Edirisinghe ( FM/FW/2017/050 )
    

My journey started as a bio student. But I late found out I was more passionate about software engineering. I got selected to the FMST amidst my revelation. Though in mind I knew it was impossible to do a math-based subject as a bio student , something within these premises changed me. Now I'm a proud inventor, a software designer passionate to contribute to our country all because of the guiding light of the FMST.



V Brabaharan ( FM/FW/2016/002 )