Āyubōvan (May you live long)

Youth Forum of the Asian University Alliance (AUA) is a project-based program for represented by a group of selected students from AUA member universities to address developmental issues in the region, enhance youth empowerment, and promote cultural and academic exchange. 


University of Colombo is honoured to have the opportunity to host  AUA Youth Forum 2019 under the theme of “Arogya Parama Laba”: Wellbeing beyond health. University of Colombo in the beautiful island of Sri Lanka, the Pearl of the Indian ocean, warmly welcomes the AUA-Youth forum with great pleasure to a rich experience from this year’s program lineup.







25 - 29 November 2019

Colombo – Sri Lanka

Let the AUAYF 2019 begin

The opening ceremony of the Asian Alliance Universities Youth Forum was held on 25th Nov 2019 at the UCSC auditorium.…

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Let the AUAYF 2019 begin
Emergency Medical Service

Emergency Medical Service

The organizing committee is happy to announce that Sri Lankan Society of Critical Care and Emergency Medicine join hands with…

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"After the forum, I could consider more deeply of the sustainability of the planet and how ethics of production should be in the future. I was also able to think not only of what I eat but of the overall balance of life…"
University of Tokyo. Japan
Akane Kuma
“AUAYF 2019 was undoubtedly one of the best forums I have attended so far. I experienced so many things in just 5 short days! Your hospitality and kindness will always make me miss Sri Lanka. Ayubowan!”
Universitas Indonesia. Indonesia
Chorina Mega Noviana
“…I didn't realize that just around me, in Asia, there existed such colorful exotic cultures and places worth exploring and understanding. Kazakhstan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia... These Southeast Asian countries, in my mind before, were just nouns. Now, they mean far more to me than a single term. The world is more complete for me. AUAYF allowed me to break down stereotypes and reshape my worldview…”
Tsinghua University, China
Wenxin Zhang