The Division of Economic Affairs, in conjunction with the Organization of American States (OAS), is inviting applicants for various Masters’ degree programmes and short-term courses being offered by the OAS.

Candidates must be a citizen or permanent residents of an OAS member state; possess the relevant academic qualifications which must be notarised; and have work experience in their chosen field of study where applicable.?? In addition, applicants must also attach an official transcript as proof of their academic qualifications.

The OAS is also offering interest free student loans through the Rowe Fund and information on the Fund may be found on the website

Completed applications must be forwarded to the Division of Economic Affairs, 3rd Floor, East Warrens Office Complex, St. Michael, no later than Wednesday, October 31.??

Further information on the scholarships and the application process may be obtained by contacting Kelly Hunte, at 310-1300.

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