Category Archives: Academic News

AIM Higher Foundation

AIM Higher Foundation Officially Launched

ALTHOUGH the AIM Higher Foundation has been in existence for four years, its official launch was held at St Andrew High School last Wednesday, May 2, 2018. The foundation is the charity arm of AIM Educational Services, which offers students assistance with the necessary preparation needed to study overseas. AIM’s conceptualiser Nicole McLaren-Campbell said the

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University of Belize

University of Belize Introduces Four New Programmes

The Board of Trustees of the University of Belize (UB)has announced the addition of four (4) undergraduate programmes effective academic year 2018-2019. They are bachelor’s degrees in applied agriculture, biology, and statistics, as well as a one-year professional certificate in Geographical Information Systems (GIS), all of which fall under the Faculty of Science and Technology. The

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Seaforth High School Band

Seaforth High School Won The Best of The Bands Competition

St Thomas School – Seaforth High Takes Fifth JBSB Title EVEN before they were announced the winners of the Jamaica Best School Band (JBSB) competition last Sunday, Seaforth High School were being celebrated inside Vera Moody Concert Hall at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in St Andrew. The St Thomas

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SLB Working to Remove Negative Stigma

The Students’ Loan Bureau (SLB) no longer wants to be seen as the institution that provides loans for only needy students.  “We don’t want that stigma. We want to be known as the institution of choice that provides funding for tertiary-level studies,” Executive Director of the SLB, Monica Brown, tells JIS News. She says that

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NCB Foundation

NCB Foundation Lauds The Jamaica Gleaner’s ‘Scholarships To Go’

NCB Foundation lauds the Jamaica Gleaner’s annual scholarship publication – Scholarships To Go, which will be available tomorrow, Tuesday, May 1, 2018. As one of the Jamaica Gleaner’s ‘Scholarships To Go’ major sponsors and one of Jamaica’s largest scholarship donor, the NCB Foundation continues to contribute over J$40 million in tertiary and secondary education financing initiatives.  With

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