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November 5, 2021

American Northwest University School of Medicine offers 31 scholarships valued at BZ$ 8 million

According to Belmopan Mayor, she lobbied ANU owner/philanthropist Dr. Mohammad Khamis who agreed to grant scholarships valued at over BZ $8 million to the 31 deserving [...]
November 3, 2021

St. Johns College Junior College to offer Bachelor’s Degree programs

SJCJC was one of the first junior colleges in Belize but has primarily offered Associate Degrees and certificates since its inception.
October 30, 2021

Galen University reports record enrollment as students seek quality and excellence in post-secondary education

For the opening or fall Semester, Galen has 546 students enrolled. Of that number, 206 are new students and 336 returning students. Prior to this semester, [...]
October 28, 2021

Edinburgh Napier University (ENU) holds a recruitment drive/information session at Radisson in Belize City today, October 28

Andrew Cawley, CEO of Southpoint Education International, ENU representatives in the Americas, will be at the Radisson’s Cahal Pech Room from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm [...]
October 27, 2021

Point and Counter-Point: COVID-19 and student learning in Belize

By Dorian A. Barrow, Ph.D., Florida State University: Whether students have indeed been learning during the time of COVID-19 is controversial. The abrupt presence of COVID-19 [...]
October 26, 2021

Former BBN employee Casiana Lind awarded Galen’s Dame Minita Gordon Scholarship

The Dame Minita Gordon scholarship is a full-tuition scholarship in honour of Belize’s first Governor General Dame Minita Gordon.
October 26, 2021

University of Belize certifies 1,000 graduates

445 received Bachelor’s degrees; 491 Associate’s degrees; 24 certificate programs; seven diploma programs and 33 Master’s degrees.
October 22, 2021

Forty-six schools are doing in-class learning

Today, Briceno shared information from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology, which explained that 590 schools continue to operate by distanced learning only.