Kamina Johnson Smith says GOJ plans to protect the welfare of Jamaican students in Cuba experiencing challenges from the pandemic in that country.
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How a Jamaican theatre major (Michael Lewis) beat adversity to study in the US. Read the full interview about his inspiring journey to study abroad
The CCRIF SPC now invites applications for the 2021 postgraduate scholarships under the CCRIF Scholarship Programme for Caribbean nationals studying in the Caribbean, UK or USA.
Every year, the Boston University invites hundreds of international students with at-least a 4.0 GPA to apply for their annual Boston University Trustee Scholarships Programme.
Over the next five (5) years, the Government of Jamaica will be providing 150 GOJ postgraduate scholarships for civil servants, valued more than $1 billion, as part of the human capital development thrust within the public service.
Over J$19 Million (US$150K) in CCRIF Graduate and Undergraduate Scholarships are on offer to students for studies in the Caribbean, Canada, USA or UK.
International students studying in New York can choose from a wide range of public colleges and universities within either the SUNY or CUNY programs
Applications are invited for the Commonwealth Scholarships tenable at the Universities in New Zealand for a period of two (2) years (Masters) or three (3) years (PhD) courses. Applications are accepted by the Ministry of Finance Jamaica. Deadline Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
Chinese Scholarships for Jamaican Students Brief Description The Scholarships and Assistance Unit of the Ministry of Finance, Jamaica is inviting applications for the annual Chinese Scholarships from interested persons wishing to pursue studies leading to a Bachelor’s (4-7 years), Master’s (2-5 years) or Doctoral (3-6 years) degree in recommended Universities in China commencing September annually.
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