Government of Saint Lucia-Monroe College partial scholarships 2015/2016

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Government of Saint Lucia-Monroe College partial scholarships 2015/2016

various-college-scholarshipsPRESS RELEASE – The Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development and Labour invites suitably qualified persons to submit applications for the Government of Saint Lucia-Monroe College Scholarship to pursue Bachelor’s Degrees tenable at Monroe College (St. Lucia Campus).

The award covers fifty percent (50%) of your tuition fees, commencing the academic year September 2015 and does not include the cost of books and any other costs associated with the degree.

In order to be eligible for consideration, applicants must:

1. be citizens of St. Lucia – proof of citizenship must be submitted;

2. have gained acceptance into Monroe College (St. Lucia Campus) for the academic year commencing September 2015, to pursue full-time studies; a letter of acceptance must be submitted;

3. be in financial need (Financial Needs Assessment form must be completed).

Applicants are to note that:

a. the scholarships are non-transferrable and must be accepted in the semester awarded;

b. students must maintain a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0. The scholarship
may be withdrawn if the requisite GPA is not maintained.

Please note that incomplete and late application forms will NOT be considered.

Interested persons can collect Government of Saint Lucia Scholarship Application forms from the Human Resource Development Department, 4th Floor, Francis Compton Building, The Waterfront, Castries.

For further information persons may also contact the Human Resource Development Department at Telephone Numbers 468-5434/5430/5229/5230/5431.

The deadline date for the submission of application forms is Friday August 14th, 2015.

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  1. I knew it was coming. Looks like this Government has a vested interest in Monroe. I wonder why???? Why not a scolarship to UWI? Answers anyone??????????

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  2. if someone is in financial need why would they apply to a college that they know they could never afford. This should have been published before application were open. Then is could have been the hope of many who would not be able to afford by any other means.

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  3. So those who already had a way to pay for school can now apply for a reduction in tuition whilst the rest of us who gave up because we could not fund our education will not get a chance because it's too late now.
    Thanks a lot Government of St.Lucia. smh

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