Western Carolina University (WCU) has a long standing relationship with the Jamaican Ministry of Education. The relationship began in 1970 with the placement of selected WCU student teachers in Kingston, Jamaica. Your enrollment continues this relationship. As a Western Carolina University student you have access to many resources and you will need information to complete your degree. Much of that information can be found on this website.
UPDATE: It is with great pleasure that we announce that the University Council of Jamaica has granted an extension of accreditation of Western Carolina University’s Bachelors’ degree program in Jamaica. Students in the 2019-2021 Kingston and Montego Bay Bachelors’ cohorts will finish their program by October of 2022.
NOTE: At this time we are still not accepting applications for new Bachelor degree cohorts in Jamaica.
WCU announces the discontinuation of the BSED in Inclusive Education degree program in Jamaica. Efforts are underway to teach out current cohorts in Kingston and Montego Bay. More information on the remaining schedule of courses and course make-ups (if applicable) will be forethcoming. Transcripts are available free of charge for all students in good financial standing.
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Divison of Educational Outreach
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Cullowhee, NC 28723
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