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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS REAFFIRMS PRESTIGIOUS BUSINESS ACCREDITATION WITH IACBE

The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) is proud to announce that the Division of Business and Finance has been awarded a specialized business reaccreditation from the prestigious International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE).

30 May, 2024

Civil Service College and UCCI Announce Partnership

The Cayman Islands Civil Service College (CSC) celebrated two milestones last week Thursday, 18 April 2024: presenting certificates to its largest graduating group of over 130 civil servants, and fostering a culture of lifelong learning through a new partnership with the University College of the Ca

15 May, 2024

TechCayman’s Hackerspace Students Shine at Rotary Science Fair

Two exceptional students from TechCayman’s Hackerspace program, Ashutosh and Moshika, have recently achieved outstanding success at the Rotary Science Fair, showcasing their passion for science, innovation, and community engagement.

13 May, 2024

PreGED Students Successfully Complete the Program

PreGED students were recently celebrated for completing the PreGED program at the International College of the Cayman Islands (ICCI).

08 May, 2024

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS PARTNERS WITH THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL AUDITORS FOR EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) has today announced a significant new partnership with the Institute of Internal Auditors (Cayman Islands Chapter) following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

06 May, 2024

Students demonstrate Spanish prowess

In a bid to find out which school possesses the most proficient Spanish speakers, the Spanish Dept at John Gray High School hosted its second annual national inter- secondary schools and its inaugural national inter-primary schools Spanish quiz competition last month.

06 May, 2024

The Case for the Study of History: The Advantages of the Participant Historian. Part Three (final)

‘History will be kind to me, for I intend to write it,’ is a famous quotation of Winston Churchill, British statesman, soldier, and writer. Is it the case that those who write as historians about events in which they were involved, are doomed to write in ways favorable to themselves?

01 May, 2024

Let’s not Devalue the Study of History - Local History - Part Two

I sought to make the case in the first article that it is only through a thorough knowledge and understanding of the history of the Cayman Islands, how the society was formed and how it has evolved, that one can hope to understand its people and culture.

24 Apr, 2024

Dart extends Le Soleil d’Or internship to Cayman Brac youth

Young people in Cayman Brac are being given a unique opportunity to gain on the job experience in the tourism industry and position themselves as hospitality ambassadors through a new internship at Le Soleil d’Or.

23 Apr, 2024

Professor Livingston Smith, Vice President, and Provost, UCCI Let’s not devalue the study of History - Local History - Part One

Our society is increasingly dominated by the private sector’s ideas about returns on spending, that expects education to serve ‘useful’, tangible, and measurable purposes. 

17 Apr, 2024 1 Comments
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