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Taiwan scholarship to be awarded

PRESS RELEASE:- The Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development will host the 2016 Taiwan scholarship awards ceremony...
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Coconut Bay launches education incentive award for CXC students

PRESS RELEASE:-Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa is pleased to announce its inaugural Education Incentive Award for school students in the south (Dennery to Choiseul) of Saint Lucia who...

Educator concerned about secondary school students

Veteran Educator, Doctor Virginia Albert-Poyotte, has expressed concern about the future of students who complete their secondary school education. The former General Secretary of the Caribbean Union of Teachers (CUT)...
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$500 Bursary Assistance for Students Proceeding to Secondary School After Common Entrance Exams

Parents and guardians of all students who wrote the 2016 Common Entrance Examinations and will be proceeding to a secondary school are asked to note that registration for the Education...

Common Entrance: Almost half the students underperform

Common Entrance Examination statistics released by the Ministry of Education show that nearly half of the students who sat the test this year, scored below the national mean. The ministry...

Veteran Educator says: Review Common Entrance Exam

Veteran Educator, Doctor Virginia Albert-Poyotte, believes that the Common Entrance Examination should be reviewed. The former General Secretary of the Caribbean Union of Teachers (CUT), noted that universal secondary education...

Orientation Forum for New Students at UWI – St. Augustine Campus

The St. Lucian Students’ Association of Trinidad and Tobago-LUSATT presents ORIENTATION FORUM: For NEW STUDENTS who will be attending THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, ST AUGUSTINE CAMPUS-      2016-2017. Venue:         Sir Arthur...

Antigua: School restricted for non-nationals

Antigua Observer:-Non-national children in Antigua & Barbuda will not be granted transfers to attend public schools unless they have completed three years of instruction in a private school. This information...
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PM pledges investment in education

Press Release - Prime Minister Hon. Allen M. Chastanet has promised to make education one of the priorities of the new government administration. Mr. Chastanet said he was hearted to address...

Monroe offers more scholarships to Saint Lucians

Monroe College is again offering the Government of St. Lucia sixteen (16) partial academic scholarships. The scholarships will cover the cost of tuition and are tenable at the Monroe...