Tag Archives: CMI

GraceKennedy

GraceKennedy Foundation gives students a boost

The GraceKennedy (GK) Foundation’s scholarship programme will open from May 1 to July 15, 2017 and will provide more than $20 million in scholarships to students studying at tertiary-level educational institutions in Jamaica for the 2017/18 academic year. In highlighting GraceKennedy’s commitment to education, Caroline Mahfood, executive director of the foundation, said there is a

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GOJ tertiary scholarships

$300 Million in GOJ Tertiary Scholarships

  Govt Allocates $300M to Help Needy Tertiary Students Funding Summary The Government of Jamaica has allocated a total of $300 million in GOF tertiary scholarships to help financially-challenged Jamaican students at the University of the West Indies, University of Technology (UTech) and the Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI). The funds from the Ministry’s budget will

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Agrocaelum

Agrocaelum Drone Pilots to be Trained at CMI

Agrocaelum Drone Pilots to be Trained at Caribbean Maritime Institute Agrocaelum Summary The Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) has teamed with Agrocaelum Limited to train pilots for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), commonly called drones. Along with the training of pilots, there will also be testing of the drones to meet regional agricultural needs, which involve the

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Korean University

CMI Partners with Korean University

CMI Partners with Korean University to Boost Training SUMMARY The Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) has forged a partnership with the Mokpo National Maritime Korean University to strengthen its training programmes. The entities have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which will boost offerings in logistics, supply chain management, maritime transportation and engineering, customs process, freight

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Chinese Students

10 Scholarships to Chinese Students

Government to Award 10 Scholarships to Chinese Students Summary: The Government will be awarding 10 scholarships to students from the People’s Republic of China to study locally at the Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI). The five-year CMI scholarship programme will cover the tuition costs amounting to US$500,000 (US$10,000 annually per student). Senator Reid said the scholarship

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