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Mathematics Help Center Opened by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics

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NASA DEVELOP Summer Opportunity

NASA DEVELOP Summer Opportunity

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Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Programme -

Deadline March 21, 2019

Canada-CARICOM Faculty Leadership Programme
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NIPPON Foundation –POGO Centre for Excellence – Alfred-Wenger Institute – Germany
Who: Postgraduates in Marine Sciences
Period: September 2019-Summer 2020
Deadline: February 28th 2019'

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University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Who: Postgraduates in ALL Fields
Period: 1st September 2019 (4 months)
1st February 2020 (4 months)
Deadline: 28th February for the September 1st 2019 offering
31st July for the February 1st 2020 offering

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University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Who: Post-Doctoral in ALL Fields
Period: 1st September 2019 (4 months)
1st February 2020 (4 months)
Deadline: 28th February for the September 1st 2019 offering
31st July for the February 1st 2020 offering

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Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships 2019!

Applications are open for the 2019 round of the newly renamed Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships!

Hosted by member institutions in 11 countries across the Commonwealth, 17 fully-funded Master’s scholarships are available. Students can elect to study under one of four subject areas:
• Arts and humanities
• Medicine, health and life sciences
• Physical sciences, engineering and mathematics
• Social sciences
Applications close on 6 February 2019 at 4pm (GMT)

The scholarships are tenable for Master’s awards in 11 countries, including: Bangladesh, Botswana, Eswatini, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Mauritius, Pakistan, Rwanda, Tanzania, and the West Indies (Jamaica, Barbados or Trinidad).

You can read more about the Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships scheme and the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan on the ACU website.

If you have any queries about these scholarships, please direct them to

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Career Action Plan


Use your time at UWI to shape the future YOU desire

Level 1 Students

Level 2 Students

Final Year Students





  • Consult with your academic adviser
  • Visit Career Advice Programme (CAP) workshops to identify career path, which is best suited to your interests, abilities and values
  • Read the University of the West Indies Faculty Booklet
  • Meet with your Faculty adviser to explore major and appropriate career paths. If unsure about major or unclear about course requirements
  • Visit CAP workshops about major/career choices
  • Begin to build career network
  • Finalize declaration of major
  • Focus on career network. Set up informational interviews with DSSD
  • Visit CAP workshops to discuss transition from school to work
  • Identify and research potential employers
  • Learn to market yourself effectively. Attend seminars sponsored by DSSD
  • Consider options for graduate or professional school

Supplement Academic Studies

  • Attend recruitment fairs related to major/career interests
  • Visit library; browse published articles
  • Visit DSSD (Division of Students Services & Development) for information on campus activities
  • Participate in campus leadership activities. Contact DSSD for information
  • Assume an active role in clubs or organizations to develop or enhance leadership and other transferable skills
  • Attend conferences, meetings or career related events
  • Get involved in career related professional organizations

Develop Portfolio

  • Collect outstanding course work, projects, writing samples, accomplishments, letters of recommendation, photographs of activities, evaluation, etc.
  • Continue collection of portfolio materials. Include work in progress to show ability to edit, revise and improve
  • Organize for presentation to employers. Solicit feedback on contents from adviser, department chair, and professionals in chosen field

Build Work Experience and


  • Explore on-campus, off-campus, part-time and summer jobs at DSSD recruitment fair
  • Consider the student exchange programme at the International Office
  • Check out volunteer opportunities at our various NGOs
  • Increase marketability; build transferable skills through part time and summer jobs on-campus or off-campus at DSSD recruitment fair
  • Determine and test work values in part-time and summer jobs
  • Attend Executive Transition Programme (ETP) workshops hosted by DSSD. ETP is designed to help students successfully transition into internship, and the workplace
  • Participate in the World of Work Seminars via DSSD: resume writing, interview preparation, mock interviews, VIP cocktail reception, and recruitment fair
  • Seek and apply for an internship to increase marketability

Create Resume

  • Attend resume writing workshop and begin building your resume
  • Add new volunteer, work experiences, and indicate newly developed skills
  • Continue to update resume
  • Use the employment services at DSSD
  • Continue to update resume
  • Prepare a list of references