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GENERAL INFORMATION – ALL CAMPUSES

www.sta.uwi.edu

APPLICATION DATES

ACCOMMODATION

Full-time Programmes Mid – November to Mid – January

Part-time Programmes (Mona Campus and St. Augustine only) Mid-January to the end of February

On-Campus Comfortable and affordable accommoda- tion is available in Halls of Residence. Resi- dents have access to computer facilities and internet connection.

Deadlines for transcripts: February 15 Media and Communication Test: April

Off-Campus Off-campus accommodation is available and may be arranged by contacting:-

Application forms are available from Student Affairs (Admissions) Section at any of the three Campuses, Resident Tutors/University Representatives in the Non-Campus territories.

Mona Campus Lodgings Office Tel: 876-977-3880

Application forms may also be downloaded from the following websites:-

Cave Hill: Mona:

www.uwichill.edu.bb/ www.uwimona.edu.jm

St. Augustine:

www.sta.uwi.edu

ON-LINE APPLICATION

[MONA Campus, Jamaica ONLY] On-line application will be available during the normal application period at

http://www.uwimona.edu.jm//admissions/

Cave Hill Campus Lodgings Officer, Office of Student Services Tel: 246-417-4578

St. Augustine Campus Student Advisory Services Tel: 868-662-2002, ext. 2096

TUITION/FINANCIAL AID

  • A limited number of scholarships, grants and bursaries are available to students already registered and are awarded based on academic per- formance.

  • Students from Contributing territories pay only a portion of the economic cost for most of our programmes

  • Assistance to attend conferences/ seminars/workshops.

a guide to undergraduate programmes 2006/2007

UWI SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION

The University offers several scholarships based on the results of the University Scholarship Examinations held every year in March during the mid-semester break of the second semester. These scholarships meet the tuition and main- tenance costs for the duration of the course of study undertaken by the stu- dents subject to maintenance of a B+ average. GCE A-level/CAPE students and First Year UWI students who are nationals of countries in the English- speaking Caribbean are eligible to take this examination.

You must submit a UWI application for admission to First degree, Diploma and Certificate programmes in addition to the application to write the UWI Scholarship Examinations. Application forms for the University Scholarship Examination are available in November of each year.

The examination consists of two General Papers:-

  • Part 1 consisting of multiple choice section testing Language and Com- prehension and a Production sec- tion requiring summary writing and essay writing.

  • Part 2 on reasoning, spatial and structural perception and problem solving.

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