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Reopening of the Faculty Office

Following the lifting of the work-from-home order by the Government of Jamaica, the Social Sciences Faculty Office has resumed in-office operations as of June 1, 2020, between the hours of 8:30am - 3:30pm.  See details at link below.

Frequently Asked Questions - Semester 2, 2019-2020

For answers to your frequently asked questions regarding the transition to remote learning environment, click here for undergraduate FAQs and click link below for graduate FAQs.

Guidelines for Transition to Remote Teaching

As we all seek to prepare ourselves for remote course delivery on April 14, below are some guidelines and tutorials to ensure a smooth transition.


COVID-19: The UWI Response

The health and safety of our community is very important. University leadership is working closely with government and public health agencies and continues to follow guidelines from the relevant authorities including the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) and the World Health Organization (WHO). We are committed to keeping our campuses healthy and informed of significant new developments and will share information, pertinent to our community, as it arises.


Click on link below for details and answers to frequently asked questions.

2018-2019 Undergraduate Handbook

The Faculty of Social Sciences undergraduate handbook 2018-2019  is now available for download.  Click here to view.



FSS Welcomes New Dean

The Faculty of Social Sciences welcomes new Dean, David Tennant, Professor of Development Finance.  Professor Tennant served previously as Head of the Department of Economics, Associate Dean in the Faculty of Social Sciences, and also as Economist in the Financial Regulations Division of the Jamaican Ministry of Finance and Planning. 


The Rebirth of the Caribbean Journal of Psychology

The Caribbean Journal of Psychology (CJP) was born in 2004 in the multidisciplinary environment of the Faculty of Social Sciences' Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work at The University of the West Indies.  Now it its fourteenth year...  Click link below to view more.

MSBM Wins Awards at Business Model Competition

Students from the Mona School and Business and Management and the faculties of Science and Technology and Law copped first and second place in the recently concluded fifth annual National Business Model Competition.  See below for details.

BSc/MSc Politics and International Cooperation

The Departments of Government and Modern Languages and Literatures invite you to apply for the BSc and MSc in Politics and International Cooperation.  Click below to view details.


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