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About UCC

University College of The Caribbean (UCC) — private for-profit college. It is located in Kingston, Jamaica. The higher education institution is among the youngest in the country.

UCC does research in different fields of study. You can find them on the official site.

Kingston, Jamaica
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UCC tuition fees

At UCC, the academic calendar is divided into two semesters. However, tuition fees are calculated per year. For Jamaica residents, the minimal tuition fee at UCC is 16 USD per year. For up-to-date information on scholarships and the cost of education for each program, check the official website of the educational institution.

When choosing an educational institution, it is important to be aware of additional costs: accommodation, transportation, study materials, meals and personal expenses.

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UCC campus

The campus of UCC is urban. This means that students study closely to the sights and the entire recreational infrastructure of the city. This type of campus gives students more options for internships and part-time jobs.

University students have access to the library. It contains a collection of scientific papers, textbooks and fiction. The university has everything for sports: sports grounds and clubs.

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What to do after graduation

There are many options to stay in the country after completing your studies at the university. One of them is to get an offer from an employer and apply for a work visa. Detailed information can be found on the embassy website. You can find other options for immigration in our article.

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