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ST. AUGUSTINE CAMPUS – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

Qualifying examination Applicants without relevant academic background in Geography at the secondary school level will be required to successfully sit the sole prerequisite course of the programme: Basic Geographical Skills (for Teachers, First-time Geography

students).

FOR DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION

  • A Bachelor’s degree from an approved

university

OR

  • A technical or professional qualification awarded by an approved body and prac- tical experience or other qualifications of special relevance to the course.

FOR THE DIPLOMA IN INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNITY DIETETICS AND NUTRITION

  • A Bachelor’s degree from an approved university (no more than five years prior to application) with major credits in Clini- cal (Human) Nutrition, Food Service Sys- tems Management and Community Nu- trition.

NOTE: Applicants who do not qualify for en- try as specified above may be required to pur- sue supplementary core and professional courses at UWI, to a minimum of 18 credits.

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FOR CERTIFICATE IN TROPICAL AGRICULTURE

  • Passes in a minimum of five (5) subjects at CSEC (CXC) Gen- eral Proficiency (Grades I-III) or GCE O-Level, or their equiva- lents, which must include English Language and Mathematics.

  • Practical experience or other qualifications deemed accept- able by the Faculty and University

  • Relevant training or work experience in the agri-food sector

FOR CERTIFICATE OF SPECIALISATION IN TROPICAL AGRICULTURE

  • Passes in a minimum of five (5) subjects, of which at least two

    • (2)

      must be at the CAPE or GCE A-level, while the remainder may be acceptable passes in CSEC (CXC) General proficiency (Grades I-III) or GCE or BGCSE O-Level, or their equivalents

  • A Diploma in Agriculture or Bachelor’s degree from a recog- nized tertiary level institution

NOTE: Mature candidates who do not satisfy the requirements as specified above, but who have considerable experience and are deemed capable of achieving the standard of work required may be permitted entry to the programme at the discretion of the Fac- ulty and University

Approved Science GCE A-Level subjects:

  • Biology

  • Botany

  • Chemistry

  • Computer Science

  • Geography

  • Geology

  • Applied Mathematics

  • Pure Mathematics

  • Mathematics

  • Physics

  • Zoology

a guide to undergraduate programmes 2006/2007

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