December 12, 2016
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LENO Corporate Services Limited has donated $250,000 to the University of the Bahamas’ School of Business.
As the nation’s key centre of learning, University of The Bahamas offers higher education opportunities for Bahamians while also offering resources to explore the impact of our country’s rich history.
THE University of The Bahamas is expected to host a recruitment exercise this weekend, Saturday January 26 - at the St George’s High School campus.
THE University of the Bahamas yesterday said it requires all applicants to present proof of nationality, residency and academic qualifications when applying for enrolment. The institution was responding to claims raised by Rights Bahamas over its wr
MEDICAL marijuana could be among the list of natural resources set to come under the microscope at the University of The Bahamas’ research labs, according to its president Dr Rodney Smith, who said several groups are vying to partner with the institu
THE University of the Bahamas will need to dramatically ramp up funding in order to meet ambitious goals of building a premier tertiary institution, according to its president Dr Rodney Smith.Dr Smith told reporters the institution was not satisfied
THE University of The Bahamas is set to review its admissions policy to reduce dependence on the country’s tardy national examination results.UB President Dr Rodney Smith said the timeline for those results often put high school graduates “down to th
UNIVERSITY of the Bahamas (UB) alumni, who are making vast contributions to the development of the public and private sector, embody the scholarly, social and innovative vitality of the academy.In November, UB will honour former students who have dis
PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said in September 2019, the government will provide free tuition for students of the University of the Bahamas who meet certain entry requirements. Observers quickly noted the government has long given scholarships to
Hampton University (HU) and the University of the Bahamas (UB) are collaborating with experts in the fields of public health, population health, clinical health and research to address health disparities in the Caribbean and the United States through
THE University of the Bahamas-North will hold its first economic conference – The Sustainable Grand Bahama Conference – focusing on the economic prospects of the island.
As a beach attendant at a local hotel in Bannerman Town, Eleuthera, Ryan Romon Rolle vividly recalls long, hot days in the scorching sun dragging beach chairs in the sand while serving guests with a smile. The 2014 high school graduate was determined to save enough money to allow him to one day attend the then College of The Bahamas (COB).
AFTER a university student was hospitalised following a car accident nearly two weeks ago, some University of the Bahamas students launched a protest against reckless and inattentive drivers yesterday, prompting the university to make a plea to motorists.
THE University of The Bahamas on Friday suggested concerns raised by its union were linked to a break from “old patterns of behaviour” inconsistent with its transition as a tertiary institution.
POVERTY, illiteracy and discrimination because of her Haitian roots were grim realities young Jennifer Cassandra Pierre Wilson faced growing up in The Bahamas.
Applying to colleges and universities can be a daunting task. Each academic year, University of The Bahamas (UB) accepts approximately 2,000 new students in total at the Oakes Field Campus and Grosvenor Close Centre in New Providence and UB-North in Grand Bahama but there are plans to accept many more as new growth targets are met.
Valtio Julius Cooper was considered a shy, unassuming high schooler with a brilliant mind. At the tender age of 14, the Nicholl’s Town native and North Andros High School prodigy achieved five BGCSE’s inclusive of Mathematics and English while only in grade 11.
THE University of The Bahamas (UB) is calling all Bahamians to contemplate the state of Bahamian democracy with the return of its much-lauded Future of Democracy Conference, to be held this weekend. The conference, back for its second year, is free
VALENTINES Residences Resort and Marina embodies the picturesque tranquility of life in Harbour Island, Eleuthera, but the exotic enclave has also captured the world’s attention for its standard of excellence. The skills and diligence of the people w
A TOTAL of 790 students marked the end of one chapter of their education at the inaugural Commencement Class of the University of The Bahamas.
SIR Lynden Pindling envisioned that one day the College of The Bahamas would become the University of The Bahamas, a dream realised with the university’s charter on November 10, 2016.
On May 25, University of The Bahamas will host its historic first commencement ceremony since its charter on November 10, 2016 . . .
Ambitious plans at the University of the Bahamas will open many avenues to graduates . . .
THE University of the Bahamas (UB) yesterday celebrated the renaming of two major nearby thoroughfares in honour of the country’s tertiary learning institution.
THE Ministry of Education continues to celebrate the 13th Annual “Pre-School Week” and the athletic segment of the festivities will again pay homage to one of the country’s iconic educators at the pre-school level.
Through her 33 years in the Counselling Services Department (CSD), Career and Placement Counsellor Norma Turnquest has guided thousands of students during their university journey. She not only mentors but also advises students how to land a great job and build an enjoyable career.
EFFORTS are underway by officials at the University of The Bahamas (UB) to secure representatives from every political party with a view to hosting a series of town hall meetings centred on national debate, political polling and scientific research.
A top scholar explains what it takes to succeed at the University of The Bahamas