Officials in Jamaica to advance talks on 4th UWI Campus

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Five Islands Secondary School to be used as main university campus

A delegation appointed by the Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda and headed by the Attorney General, Minister of Legal Affairs, Public Safety and Labour the Hon. Steadroy Cutie Benjamin has traveled to Jamaica to participate in a meeting with the Council of the University of the West Indies.

Discussions will center on the establishment of a landed campus here in Antigua and Barbuda.

This will be the fourth landed Campus of the University of the West Indies in the Caribbean region. The other campus being St Augustine in Trinidad, Mona in Jamaica and Cave Hill in Barbados.

The other members of the Antiguan delegation includes the Minister of Education the Hon. Michael Browne, Director of Education, Clare Browne, Permanent Secretary within the Ministry of Education Mrs. Rosa Greenaway and Chairman, Antigua and Barbuda University Committee Hyram Ford.

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