Australian university recruits Jamaican students
The University of Western Australia (UWA) is now actively recruiting Caribbean students who are looking to pursue advanced tertiary degrees.
On September 19, at 6 p.m., representatives from the university will be hosting an informational session at the National Educational Venture Alliance (NEVA) located at 9 West Avenue in St Andrew.
Established in 1913, UWA is the oldest university in western Australia, and is ranked among the top 100 universities worldwide. The institution also prides itself on being the alma mater of 100 Rhodes scholars.
Now, the university's intention is to diversify its school population with students from different countries.
"I am delighted to welcome UWA to Jamaica. This university is well known all over the world and it is heart-warming to see UWA's commitment to diversifying its student body with students from Jamaica and the Caribbean," said Dr Alexander, director of National Educational Venture Alliance (NEVA).
"At NEVA we assist students in preparing for colleges in North America and across the Commonwealth.