The UWI works with the Association of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions on inter-institutional co-operation, in areas such as accreditation, equivalency and joint programme development. A joint degree in Tourism and hospitality Management is offered with the University of Technology in Jamaica, the Barbados Community College and the College of the Bahamas. Students of Codrington College in Barbados, the United Theological College of the West Indies and St. Michael’s Theological Centre in Jamaica and the Seminary of St. John Vianney in Trinidad all read under affiliation arrangements for the Bachelor of Arts (Theology) degree.
Postgraduate diploma and higher degree programmes are offered through the Institute of International Relations in Trinidad while the Caribbean Meteorological Institute in Barbados offers a major in the BSc degree programme. The Bachelor of Education degree is offered in collaboration with Mico and Shortwood Teachers’ Colleges in Jamaica while the BA in Visual Arts, Drama, Dance or Music is available through the Edna Manley School for the Visual and Performing Arts.
A range of certificate programmes, mainly in the Social Sciences, are offered through community and teachers’ colleges.
The UWI-SUNY partnership began in 2012 and formalized in January 2013 with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding. It currently involves 10 SUNY campuses and an initial work plan devised by 60 administrators and faculty from both universities.
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