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May 8, 2015

…Changes Took Effect May First

Professor Barriteau’s move to the Cave Hill Campus comes as incumbent Sir Hilary Beckles transitions to his new position as Vice Chancellor of the university.  That change also came into effect on May first. 


Dr. Joel Warrican, Director Academic Programming and Delivery Division

“The great thing is that whether you have family or work commitment, we are the place for you. You can do your degree online with us; you can be anywhere. You just need to log on to your laptop or mobile device and we are right there. We have an exciting fleet of programs offered right now and upcoming. You can take these programs face to face as continuing and professional educational courses; in Barbados here, you can just finish all the various sites around the region. We have about forty-four sites around the seventeen Caribbean countries that support the institution. We are definitely an institution that meets the demands of the region. We take requests from individuals, from organizations, from governments and we are very responsive so we consult many document, labour market surveys, communiqués from CARICOM on the OECS and our own market surveys to come up with the programs that we offer.”


The changes took effect as of May first. Doctor Luz Longsworth is a prominent Belizean for her role in the teaching of business studies in Belize and Jamaica. 

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1 Response for “…Changes Took Effect May First”

  1. Ricky Malthus says:

    The world smiles silently while the post colonial Caribbean countries pay tribute to their slave masters by mimicking the slave system in education, customs, and traditions. Black people in Belize and the Caribbean should never call themselves Sir, Lord, Baron and of that phony class system social elitism structure for it flies in the face of pure knowledge and wisdom.

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