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Monday, 30 August 2021 - 1:00pm to 5:15pm

Invest in your future! Attend virtual orientation and academic advising. Download the FSS Virtual Orientation Schedule.

What to expect: Official welcome to the Faculty ● Meet Dean, Deputy Dean, Staff and Student Leaders ● Learn about FSS Governance Structure, Regulations, Resources and Opportunities ● Health, Wellness and Resilience

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The Ministry of Education, Youth & Information through its Tertiary Unit, is now accepting applications for its TERTIARY STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME. Under this programme, a number of scholarships and grants are available to tertiary level students accepted in universities and colleges across the island.

Summer School 2021
New Summer School Course Offering 2021 ECON 3072


New Summer School Course Offering 2021 ECON 2005


Closure Notice


In keeping with the Government of Jamaica guidelines, the Department of Economics Office will be closed to walk-in students and other visitors until further notice.

Gov’t’s stimulus will not be enough, says Haughton

Economist and senator Dr André Haughton says the Government's COVID-19 care packages will not be sufficient to address the fallout from the pandemic, should the spread of the deadly virus continue throughout the summer into the end of the calendar year.

Nadine McCloud-Rose And Peter-John Gordon | Learning In Isolation

THE CURRENT COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the operations of our schools, with classes currently delivered in a 'distance mode' in which pupils stay at home. A distance mode is not the same as simple homeschooling, in which the entire educational process occurs outside of a formal school. There is, however, an overlap between elements of the homeschooling and distance modes.

Briefing | Debt, Exchange Rate And The Fourth Industrial Revolution


Total public debt at the end of the fiscal year 2018-19 was an estimated $1.961 trillion, an increase of $8.9 billion when compared to $1.9521 trillion at the end of the fiscal year 2017-2018. Of the total, 61 percent is foreign or external debt, while the remaining 39 percent is central government domestic debt and main public bodies.

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