NOTE: Department Requirements (2 references) Mature applications (applicants must be over 21 years of age) with recognition of experience in this field will be considered. Applicants for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) must be at least eighteen (18) years of age in the year of induction. Applicants must meet the relevant minimum entry requirements, at a normal or lower level, before being considered for admission. NOTE: Ministry requirements apply to B.Sc. Social Work (2 references, personal statement, after-school form and/or interview). Applicants must meet the requirements set out in points (a) and (b) or (c) or (d) below: a) CXC/CSTC or GCE O`Level includes at least five (5) subjects, including the English language. The grade requirements for CXC/CSTC are General Proficiency, Grade I or II before 1998 and Grades I, II or III from June 1998 and Academic Requirements: The minimum requirements for admission to faculty are the achievements and achievements of candidates in the subjects listed below in the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)/GCE A` Level. The University allows candidates to apply to 4 programs in 2 faculties. For example, you can apply for banking and finance and management (accounting) studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences as well as for history and literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Education. If you meet the enrollment and faculty requirements with competitive grades, you may be eligible for an offer for any of the programs you have chosen, depending on your academic competitiveness and combination of previous subjects. However, below are the minimum requirements for admission to the Bachelor`s degree of Science full-time (3 years) and part-time (4 years).

Admission to all programs of study of the faculty is competitive. Therefore, compliance with the mandatory minimum requirements does not guarantee approval. Those who meet the university`s enrollment requirements can apply to study at the Open Campus. A minimum of five passes [CXC (CSTC) General Proficiency Grades I to III or GCE `A` Level], including English, are required to participate. In addition, you must meet the admission requirements of the program of study of your choice – for social science programs, successful completion in mathematics is required. See Programs for admission requirements for specific programs of study. Faculty requirements may also apply to entry, for example: Mathematics is required for all courses of study in the Faculties of Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Technology and Medicine as well as for some courses in the Faculty of Humanities and Education. The medical program, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), requires the equivalent of 3 CAPE subjects (2 units each) which include biology, chemistry and another approved subject, as well as English, mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics at the CXC CSTC level. Applicants must meet the University`s relevant minimum entry requirements for enrollment at a normal or lower level before being considered for admission to degrees or other programs.

These are explained below: Admission requirements (except B.Sc. Tourism Management): Applicants may be admitted to selected courses in the Specially Authorized or Casual categories. Casual students are only allowed to take face-to-face classes and are not allowed to take exams. Specially admitted students can enroll in online/blended and face-to-face courses and are allowed to take exams. Specially admitted/casual students are generally required to meet the university`s enrollment requirements. For more information, see Specially admitted and occasional students. For the LLB program, potential applicants must possess at least five (5) CXCs, including two (2) CAPE subjects with 2 credits; or a first degree with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.0 or above. Please note that there are NO specific occupational requirements beyond those required for registration. The competition for places in the faculty is such that very high A-level grades and very high averages in bachelor`s degrees are necessary for an applicant to have a reasonable chance of admission. Special requirements of the department (in addition to the above requirements) For construction, electrical and computer engineering, industrial and mechanical engineering] Special requirements of the department (in addition to the above requirements). Dental Ethics, Law – Part III: Dental Law Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery – Part I: Local Dental Anesthesia and Basic Exodontics Surgical Dental Techniques – Part III: Cosmetic Dentistry (Dental Colored Materials; Composites) Endodontics – Injuries and pulp treatment and root canal treatment Dental management of patients with special needs Dental and medical emergencies – Part I Forensic dentistry 3.

Holders of one of the recognized certificates of the School of Continuing Studies with an acceptable passport in English. Demonstrates an excellent and comprehensive understanding of the knowledge, skills and competencies required. GPA 3.7 and higher Public Dental Health Local Anesthesia and Pain Therapy Surgical Dental Techniques – Part I: Cosmetic Dentistry (Veneers; Extracoronal and Intracoronal Restorations; Ceramics) Prostheses – Part III: Implants. ENGLISH LANGUAGE: The English language is mandatory for admission to all University of the West Indies programs. Applicants who do not have CSEC Grade 1 in English A, Grade A in GCE O`Level/BGCSE English Language, Grade 1 or 2 in Communication Studies CAPE or Grade A in the GCE General Paper must take an English language test upon registration. A candidate will only receive the undergraduate degree in dentistry at the Honours or Honours level if he or she successfully completes all prescribed courses and specified sections of the Level II final examination of the UNDERGRADUATE DENTAL PROGRAM on the first attempt. d) Secondary Year 12 transcript with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and a minimum SAT I score of 1700 plus at least two (2) SAT II subjects with a score of 500 or higher or successful completion of Advanced Placement courses or the International Baccalaureate programme. Once the Undergraduate Studies Council has approved the pass list for the Level II final examination, each successful candidate for the UNDERGRADUATE DENTAL PROGRAM diploma will be rewarded. ii. Grade A – GCE O`Level English exam vi.

Grade B+ or higher – Advanced Communication or Business Communication – University of Technology (iii) Three other approved subjects that have not already been counted above. Introduction to Dental Practice – Part II Dental and Medical Emergencies – Part II: Basic Sign Language for the Maintenance of Vital Functions in Dentistry Introduction to Clinical and Therapeutic Planning Use of dental aids Oral and maxillofacial surgery – Part II: Surgical techniques Quality Assurance Reviews – Part I Dental Research Project Clinical Practice Quality Assurance Reviews – Part II.