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Jamaica Gleaner | Three FST Actuarial Science Students Awarded IFOA Fullerton-Long Caribbean Scholarship


“Students studying Actuarial Science who demonstrate academic excellence but face financial difficulties are set to benefit from scholarships established by two graduate of The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus - Andrew Long and Norbert Fullerton.

Mr. Long and Mr. Fullerton, who are also Ambassadors of the recently formed charity called the IFOA Foundation are actuaries based in the United Kingdom. Both established the Norbert Fullerton Actuarial Scholarship and the Long Actuarial Scholarship. The scholarships funded two deserving UWI Mona students - in the amount of USD $2,125 each – the students were awarded in the 2020/2021 academic year.

In furtherance of their strong commitment to nation building, Messrs. Long and Fullerton have strengthened their commitment under the charitable arm of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, the IFOA Foundation, to launch the IFOA Foundation Fullerton-Long Caribbean Scholarship Fund effective academic year 2021/2022. The scholarship will be awarded annually to Actuarial Sciences and Mathematics students who apply and meet the eligibility criteria - the goal being to award such students from The UWI Mona’s Faculty of Science and Technology (FST) each year. The three awardees for the 2021/2022 academic year are Mr. Kevon Kidd, Mr. Stuart Powell and Miss Michel Spence.”

Source: Jamaica Gleaner - March 30, 2022




Published on 31 Mar, 2022

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