RETURNING CHEVENING SCHOLARS RECEIVE CERTIFICATES

Four young and high achieving Barbadians received certificates of completion of studies today at the British High Commissioner’s Residence. Each studied in the UK having been awarded a prestigious British Chevening Scholarship to pursue their post graduate studies.

UWI research consultant Carol-Anne Blenman studied Climate Change and Development at the University of Sussex. Well known producer Rommel Hall (Keeping up with the Jones's) studied Film Producing at the University of South Wales. Kerron Hamblin, Natural History Curator at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society went to the University of Sheffield where he studied Environmental Change and International Development, while attorney Sade Jemmott received a Masters in Law from University College London.

UWI research consultant Carol-Anne Blenman studied Climate Change and Development at the University of Sussex. Well known producer Rommel Hall (Keeping up with the Jones’s, extreme left) studied Film Producing at the University of South Wales. Kerron Hamblin – far right, Natural History Curator at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society went to the University of Sheffield where he studied Environmental Change and International Development, while attorney Sade Jemmott (2nd Left) received a Masters in Law from University College London.

The Chevening Scholarship is a fully-funded award given to the leaders of tomorrow to pursue a one-year Master’s degree in the United Kingdom. These four Alumni are now part of a 45,000+ network of other achievers in over 160 countries around the globe.

Among the Eastern Caribbean Alumni are Justice Winston Anderson, former PM Baldwin Spencer and leading politicians, public officials, journalists, medical practitioners, engineers and academics. Over 60 Scholars from the Caribbean are currently studying in the UK.

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