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Gov’t Pursuing More Opportunities for Jamaican Students to Study in China

Jamaican Students to Study in China Education, Youth and Information Minister, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says the Governments of Jamaica and the People’s Republic of China are in discussions on ways in which they can significantly increase the number of young Jamaicans able to study in China. He said this would be welcome, in

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Education Ministry Seeking CHASE Funding for Brain Builder Centres

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information is seeking support through the Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education Fund (CHASE) to finance aspects of the Brain Builder centres, which will be operated across the island. “We are seeking operational and maintenance funding from (CHASE), as we (Ministry) will be paying the staff,” said portfolio Minister,

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Grenada Native Akiera Paterson, Adored Studying in Jamaica

Akiera Paterson Rates UWI Experience November 2 will remain a special day for University of the West Indies (The UWI), Mona graduate Akiera Paterson, not only because it is her birthday, but it was also the day on which her dream of studying in Jamaica was culminated with her presenting the valedictory speech for the faculties

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NexxStepp Lifelong Educational Services Aim to Reverse Unemployment

NexxStepp Lifelong Educational Services Often referred to as an underdeveloped parish plagued with youth unemployment, St Thomas can now anticipate a “positive wave of change” to emerge during the next few years, if social entrepreneur and native of the parish, Tishauna Mullings, founder of NexxStepp Lifelong Educational Services, achieves her goals. Mullings recently launched her

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UWI Says Recent Top 5% Ranking Won’t Affect University Tuition Fee

No Tuition Increase – UWI Says Recent Top 5% Ranking Won’t Affect University Fee The leadership of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is insisting that there will be no increase in tuition fees to reflect the regional institution’s recent placing among the top five per cent of the world’s best institutions as published

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