Faculty of Medical Sciences to host its 29th Annual Research Conference

After a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Faculty of Medical Sciences at The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Mona, will be hosting its 29th Annual Research Conference and Workshops (FMS-ARC) from November 22 - 24, 2023.
The highly anticipated Conference will be hosted in the Main Medical Lecture Theatre at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI). This 29th Conference will explore and celebrate the evolution and revolution of the Faculty in its capacity of teaching and research.

UWI Mona Welcomes Dennis Cohen as Chairman of Project RTG

The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Dennis Cohen as the Chairman the project, Operation Restructuring Transformation and Growth (RTG), a key initiative geared towards reforming the Administrative processes on the campus. Cohen, a chartered accountant and distinguished business executive  with over two decades of experience in the financial sector  including  roles as; the Group Chief Financial Officer and Deputy CEO of NCB Financial Group Limited, CEO of NCB Capital Markets and Vice President of Citibank N.A.

UWI Professor Calls for Burden Share in Building Social Security System

Professor Densil A. Williams, Pro Vice Chancellor, Principal of The UWI Mona Campus and Professor of International Business is calling for a rethinking of the way social security benefits are determined and accorded to employees in today’s economic environment where affordability is a major concern to employers.

MSBM News | First Cohort of Data Protection Officers graduate at Mona School of Business and Management

MSBM News | First Cohort of Data Protection Officers graduate at Mona School of Business and Management

Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM), in collaboration with Design Privacy Ltd, successfully hosted the Graduation Ceremony for Cohort 1 of the Data Protection Course. The event took place on Wednesday, October 18, 2023, at the Executive Lecture Theatre, MSBM, Mona Campus.

UWI Mona 2023 Graduation Ceremonies

More than 3500 UWI Mona student to graduate in 4 ceremonies over 2 days (Nov. 3&4)

The UWI Mona’s Valedictorians for the Class of 2023

More than 3500 students from the Class of 2023 will be conferred with degrees, diplomas, and certificates by The University of the West Indies (The UWI) as the Mona Campus hosts four (4) Graduation Ceremonies from November 3-4, 2023. The Ceremonies will be broadcasted on UWI TV and social media.

Update: The UWI Mona Resumes Operations on Tuesday, October 31, 2023

To: Members of The UWI Mona Community

The UWI Mona wishes to confirm that operations will resume on Tuesday, October 31, 2023. A team of Structural Engineers have made the necessary assessments and have given Campus Management the assurance that the facilities across The UWI Mona Campus are cleared for occupancy and use.



UWI Mona Campus - Suspension of Operations | October 30, 2023

To: The UWI Mona Community

The University of the West Indies Earthquake Unit has confirmed that the island experienced a 5.6 magnitude earthquake at 10:57am, the epicenter was located 10 km south of Buff Bay, Portland.

In order to ensure the structural integrity of all buildings on the Mona Campus, The Management of the Campus has suspended operations for the rest of the day - October 30, 2023.

The Community is advised to monitor Mona Messaging, the media and their immediate supervisors, and Faculty Offices for further updates.


MonaLaw, Norman Manley and Hugh Wooding Law Schools’ Alumni Class of ‘97 host discussion on the CCJ becoming Jamaica’s Apex Court


On the evening of Thursday 19, October 2023, The UWI Mona Faculty of Law partnered with The Norman Manley and Hugh Wooding Law School’s Alumni, Class of 1997, with support from the Caribbean Court of Justice Academy to present a reasoning event.

New Study finds Worldwide Climate Change Adaptation


A new study published in the scientific journal, Nature Climate Change, provides the first global analysis of actors engaged in climate adaptation and their roles. The study reveals a critical issue, that systematic networking of various actor groups has generally been insufficient.



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