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Online CXC Exams Coming

Posted on 5/16/2018

Jamaican students sitting Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) subjects will soon be required to take some aspects of their examinations online. This forms part of the CXC Learning Hub, which was launched during a press conference at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston last week

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Hon. Senator Ruel Reid
Minister of Education
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Gov’t Looking to Create Integrated Higher Education System

Posted on 5/16/2018
The Government is looking to create an Integrated Higher Education System for Jamaica (IHES-J) aimed at better aligning training to industry demands.
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MOEYI
Senator the Hon Ruel Reid

Declaration on Higher Education Emerges from Two-Day Summit

Posted on 5/16/2018

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information’s inaugural Higher Education Summit concluded on Friday (May 11), with production of a ‘Declaration on higher education in Jamaica.’

Professor Dale Webber appointed next principal of The UWI Mona

Posted on 5/16/2018

The University of the West Indies Vice-Chancellery announced on Friday that Professor Dale Webber, current Pro Vice-Chancellor, Graduate Studies and Research has been appointed principal of the Mona Campus in Jamaica.

He will succeed Professor Archibald McDonald, effective October 1, 2018.

 

The appointment was approved by Chancellor Robert Bermudez, on behalf of the University Council, following a recommendation from Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Hilary Beckles.

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Professor Dale Webber
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Declaration on Higher Education Emerges from Two-Day Summit

Posted on 5/15/2018

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information’s inaugural Higher Education Summit concluded on Friday (May 11), with production of a ‘Declaration on higher education in Jamaica.’ The document, which emerged out of two days of deliberations by stakeholders at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston, is expected to guide the development of legislation on governance, quality assurance and regulation of tertiary education.

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Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid
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