Javed Henry, an autistic student received excellent results in the 2020 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations. “I feel very excited and glad about the passes.
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The JWN Foundation is accepting applications for their community scholarships for secondary and tertiary students by July 3, 2020. Open ONLY to students residing in communities of Olympic Way, Riverton Meadows, Majestic Gardens, Waterhouse, Seaview Gardens, Race Course, Gimme-Me-Bit, Water Lane, Vernamfield, York Town Milk River, Holland, Siloah, Thornton, Balaclava and Maggotty.
The CXC, CSEC and CAPE examinations will start on July 27, 2020 for Jamaican students in a social distance setting as announced by the Minister of Education Karl Samuda.
Chair, National Commercial Bank (NCB) Foundation, Thalia Lyn (second right), transfers $13.9 million to the Overseas Examinations Commission’s (OEC) account to cover the cost incurred for the 3,334 students from government-approved public and private schools who sat Principles of Account and Principles of Business in June. Observing (from left) are Permanent Secretary in the Ministry
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information in collaboration with the University of Technology, Jamaica are inviting and offering prospective teachers who are qualified applicants to apply for the annual full-tuition MOEYI Teachers scholarships. This MOEYI Teachers scholarships programme is offering a whopping one hundred (100) Technical and Vocational Education Scholarships. Qualified applicants will win
The NCB Jamaica Group through its NCB Foundation invites application for the lucrative 2018 NCB scholarships programme. The NCB Foundation scholarships are open to qualified applicants from primary to tertiary level studies. Scholarship applications are now OPEN until June 8, 2018. With education as it primary strategic focus, the NCB Foundation provides individual financial assistance to
The UWI Awarded US$326,649 (J$40M)Worth of Open Scholarships for 2016/2017 Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. April 5, 2017: Forty-eight (48) students from across the four campuses of The University of the West Indies (The UWI) were awarded Open Scholarships for the 2016/2017 academic year, which amount to a total of US$326,649 or J$40,504,476. The awards were made based
Advance Program Scholarship Application for the Vocational Training Development Institute (VTDI) Apply for the Vocational Training Development Institute (VTDI) for the Associate Degree in Entertainment and Events Management through the Advance Program by the FHI 360. The FHI360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. The Vocational Training Development
Mathematics is a nightmare for most students. Not 16-year-old Adjaynae Billings. The Ardenne High School student who just finished fifth form is proving to be a maths genius, having scored grade 1 in both CAPE and CSEC for pure mathematics which is usually sat in lower and upper sixth, respectively. The advanced achievement isn’t his
CSEC Scholarships 2015 The Spanish-Jamaica Foundation (SJF) sponsors CSEC oral exams CSEC sponsorship by the SJF will benefit Jamaican students greatly! Some 4,000 Jamaican students have been assisted with funds to cover the cost of their CSEC Spanish orals this year (2015). On February 3, Spanish-Jamaican Foundation (SJF) president Ambassador Aníbal Jiménez-Abascal handed over a