Scholarships

Scholarships

As part of its new mandate to assist students with sourcing funding for their tertiary studies, the Jamaica Tertiary Education Commission will be providing information on scholarships, grants, bursaries, financial awards, loans to students on a regular basis.

Listed below are helpful links to source scholarships, grants and bursaries. Our Alternative Funding Database is coming soon.

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Scholarship Banks

Scholarship Banks

ScholarshipJamaica’s Scholarship Solutions is a scholarship and administration service.

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Public Sector

Public Sector Scholarships

There are some public sector entities that offer financial assistance to tertiary students. They are noted here.

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International Scholarships

International Scholarships

Scholarships for Development is an updated listing of international scholarships specifically.

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Public Universities

Public Universities

The following public universities offer scholarships and bursaries on an annual basis

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Private Universities

Private Universities

The following private universities offer scholarships and bursaries on an annual basis.

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Financial Institution

Financial Institution

Here are some helpful links with information about scholarships from various financial institutions.

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Private Sector Firms

Private Sector Firms

A number of firms in the private sector offer scholarships, bursaries and grants.

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Unions, Commissions, Embassies

Unions, Commissions, Embassies

Scholarships and fellowships are also available from Embassies.

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Foundations

Foundations

There are Foundations that offer financial assistance to tertiary students. Here are some.

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Professional & Other
Associations

Professional & Other
Associations

There are Foundations that offer financial assistance to tertiary students.

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Religious Organisations

Religious Organisations

The Archdiocese of Kingston offers a limited number of scholarships for the B.A. Programme at St. Michael’s Theological College.
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