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Kingston • Etudes culturelles • Affaires
L'université a trois principaux campus, à Mona (Jamaïque), Saint Augustine et Cave Hill (Barbade).
Mandeville • Météorologie, Sciences de l'Atmosphère
St. Joseph's Teachers' College is a Roman Catholic teacher training college in Kingston, Jamaica. It was founded in 1897 by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany a religious order for women in the Roman Catholic Church in Jamaica.
Over the years, the institution has undergone development and expansion both physically and in its academic programmes.
Médecine, Général, Interne
Mandeville • Soins Infirmiers • Affaires
The school is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica. The school is being named in honour of Mrs. Hyacinth Chen, the mother of major donor, Michael Lee-Chin, Jamaican/Canadian businessman.
The school will hold 800 nursing students and will reduce Jamaica's nursing shortage.
It is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist education system, the world's second largest Christian school system.
The Mico was founded in 1835 through the Lady Mico Charity, one of four teacher training institutions established during this period in the British colonies and the only one to survive until the present. The institution is thus the oldest teacher training institution in the Western Hemisphere and English-speaking world.
The Mico University College was established as a non-denominational Christian institution that caters both to male and female students. Over the years the institution has undergone expansion and development both physically and in its academic programmes.
Kingston • Art
Barrington Watson established a four-year Diploma curriculum to the teaching of Art when the country gained independence in 1962. By 1964-65 the college had 86 full-time and 84 part-time students.
After being renamed in 1967 to the Jamaica School of Art, in 1976 the school was incorporated into the Cultural Training Centre and moved to its new facilities at 1 Arthur Wint Drive, expanding its scope to include Art, Music, Dance, and Drama governed by the Institute of Jamaica under the Ministry of Culture.
In 1987 Edna Manley died and it was later officially designated a college in 1995, renamed as the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts.
In September 2004 the School of Visual Arts launched its degree program and today offers Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and a Bachelor of Art Education (BAE) degrees and a BA degree course offered jointly with the University of the West Indies.
Kingston • Art
The college was founded in 1965 and dedicated in 1966. It moved to its current, custom-built site adjacent to University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona campus in the early 1970s. The Roman Catholic St. Michael’s Theological College was built alongside at the same time.
It is affiliated to the University of the West Indies, forming the Department of Theology in the Faculty of Arts and Education (formerly Arts and General Studies).
It offers a Doctor of Ministry degree in co-operation with Columbia Theological Seminary in Georgia, United States.