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UCC Offers Free Accounts to Companies in Jamaica and the Caribbean for Launching Online Corporate University Platform

As Coronavirus COVID-19 Spreads, UCC Offers Free Accounts to Companies in Jamaica and the Caribbean for Launching Online Corporate University Platform

The University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) Online commits to ensuring training continues during a time when concerned companies & students may have to call a halt to in-person training.

UCC to Conduct All Classes Online

The University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) moves all face-to-face classes online as of March 15, 2020

[KINGSTON, JAMAICA, March 13, 2020] The University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) has informed our students that all classes will be conducted online, from Sunday, March 15, 2020. 

UCC is pleased to assure students that there will be no interruption to their programme of studies, and all appropriate support, including help lines and desks, will be provided to ensure an excellent online learning, teaching and student evaluation experience. 

UCC to provide Scholarships for Incarcerated Persons

UCC to provide Scholarships for Incarcerated Persons

Kingston, January 6, 2020 –The University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC), the Ministry of National Security through the Department of Correctional Services (DCS) and Stand Up for Jamaica, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to provide full tuition scholarships valued at J$1.5Million per year to four qualified inmates and one correctional officer from the St. Catherine Adult Correctional Centre.

Under the MOU, which is expected to span approximately two years, UCC will cover tuition, application and miscellaneous fees, while the Department of Correctional Services and Stand Up for Jamaica will provide an equipped lab, books, materials, tutorial and other student support services for the participants in pursuit of an online Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration.

UCC Research Conference Features New Development for the Institution

UCC Research Conference Features New Development for the Institution

Professor Evan Duggan, Senior Director of Research (left) with Professor Dennis J. Gayle, President and Executive Chancellor of the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean following the launch of the Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre at UCC’s main campus on Thursday (September 26).

Kingston, October 1, 2019 –The President and Executive Chancellor of the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean, Professor Dennis J. Gayle, has described the just concluded Annual Academic Research Conference as a “watershed moment for UCC”. The institution welcomed the first cohort of students in the University of Sunderland’s doctoral programmes and launched its Innovation Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre along with an Academic Journal, which shares a similar name.