124 students vie for UWI Scholarships

Courts Unicomer has made a down payment of $150,000 into the future of Barbados and its leaders to come…

This bold move was revealed by Managing Director Tricia Tannis, who pointed out this was part of their 50th Anniversary celebrations, she observed tough decisions were made as 124 students applied for the initiative "Dare To Dream," where 50 students gain scholarships which take away their tuition fee worries;-

This bold move was revealed by Managing Director Tricia Tannis, who pointed out this was part of their 50th Anniversary celebrations, she observed tough decisions were made as 124 students applied for the initiative “Dare To Dream,” where 50 students gain scholarships which take away their tuition fee worries;-


Mrs Tannis told those gathered at the 3W’s Pavilion that initially the scholarships were fewer but due to to an overwhelming response they reopened for extra opportunities which also received an enthusiastic response;-


The Unicomer Managing Director has urged the rest of Corporate Barbados to also assist in defraying Cave Hill alumni’s tuition. In August 2013, the Barbados Government undertook a decision to no longer allow learning at UWI as “free education” and instead apply a fee structure, this led to a drop in applications for enrollment at the Cave Hill Campus by almost 50% the following year.

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