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List of universities and colleges in Jamaica

This is a list of universities and colleges in Jamaica offering tertiary education.

Universities

Teacher training colleges

There are twelve of these in total.[1]

Community colleges

There are fourteen of these in total.[1]

Other colleges

  • Durham College of Commerce (Kingston, Jamaica)
  • Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts
  • College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE)
  • G. C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sports
  • United Theological College of the West Indies
  • Midland Bible Institute
  • Bethel Bible College
  • Caribbean Graduate School of Theology
  • Caribbean Wesleyan College
  • Catholic College of Mandeville
  • College of Insurance and Professional Studies
  • Crowne Professional College
  • Jamaica Bible College
  • Jamaica Theological Seminary
  • Management Institute for National Development
  • Mel Nathan College
  • Vector Technology Institute
  • Vocational Training Development Institute
  • Pre-University School ( Pre-UWI)
  • Caribbean Institute of Business

Other institutions

  • 1 dental auxiliary school
  • 1 Vocational Training Development Institute
  • 29 vocational training centres
  • 6 Human Employment and Resources Training (HEART) vocational training institutions

See also

References

University Council of Jamaica Accredited Programmes

External links

  • Study In Jamaica - Online resource for Jamaican students
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