What really is the status of the 3 small Islands of the Netherlands Antilles after the dismantling of the 5 Island Federation? The promise made to improve functioning of these Public Entities, has seen some resistance and the birth of a series of constitutional pitfalls. Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba – the Caribbean Netherlands – […]
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At a press conference held on Wednesday, May 9th, President of the Board of the University of St. Martin (USM), Mrs. Valerie Giterson-Pantophlet, in the presence of Minister of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Jorien Wuite introduced the new Dean of Academics and President of the University. In her introductory remarks Mrs. Giterson-Pantophlet highlighted that […]
The University of Curacao held two information sessions on St. Maarten to provide information about the University’s requirements for course areas, tuition and housing on campus for interested Students. Here is what you need to know about attending the University in Curacao.
PHILIPSBURG – On Tuesday, April 24th the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport received three new vehicles from Motor World made possible with funds donated from the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. Minister Jorien Wuite was on hand to accept the vehicles along with Dutch Representative to Sint Maarten, Chris Johnson. The […]
The Caribbean Advance Proficiency Examination CAPE Program now available on St. Maarten. Here is what you don’t know about how to enroll. The Interview with Coordinator Velda Blackett on how you can be best prepared for University using the CAPE Program.
GREAT BAY, St. Martin (March 18, 2018)—Students from Howard University (HU) in Washington DC, spent their “spring-break” in St. Martin volunteering at some of our institutions and foundations that are bouncing back from last year’s hurricanes Irma and Maria. The 18 volunteers who hails from the historical university also met with the island’s people; visited […]
The hope for many students who are unable to go abroad to continue their education, may be dashed when the University of St. Martin officially closes its doors at the end of October. The Institution has been struggling to financially survive in an educational system and a Government that doesn’t seem to recognize the importance […]