Isle of Man & St Vincent and the Grenadines Education Programme (ISEP)


Students are invited to apply to participate in the inaugural Isle of Man & St Vincent and the Grenadines Education Programme (ISEP) to take place from August 1st – 23rd 2022.
ISEP offers a uniquely diverse experience that will benefit young persons in their personal, educational and social development at a pivotal transitional stage of their lives. The programme is dedicated to supporting the overall educational growth and development of the youth in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, through benefiting from partnerships with educational and other entities in the Isle of Man. The Programme is fully funded and embodies the theme of the “Art of the Possible” which propounds that the possibilities are endless for young people, no matter what their personal circumstances may be.

The application package consists of the following 3 documents: 







SVGCC Teacher Education Application Period Opens

Our 2022 Division of Teacher Education (DTE) application period is now open. This year’s application is for full-time studies in Associate Degree in Education - Primary Education and Associate Degree in Education - Secondary Education. Priority study areas for the ADE Secondary Education include Modern Languages, Mathematics and Literatures in English (English A & B).

To apply visit This year’s application period will run until Friday 1st April, 2022.

Requirements for Admission

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$140,000XCD In Bursaries For SVGCC Students

Our students are once again benefiting from the philanthropic efforts of the Mustique Charitable Foundation (MCF), this time to the tune of $140,000 XCD. Thirty-two (32) full-time students from the Division of Teacher Education (DTE) are the latest recipients of the MCF’s generosity. The funds provided will assist awardees with transportation, meals, programme fees and practice teaching expenses. During the handing over ceremony Natalia Gill, Project Director of the Mustique Charitable Foundation, reminded the student-teachers of the magnitude of their role as educators, urging them “not take their role as lightly” given their integral role in developing and educating upcoming generations of Vincentian youth. Dean of the SVGCC’s DTE, Marise Butler, implored awardees to use the funds as they are intended and also used her inaugural address as Dean to thank the Mustique Charitable Foundation for its continued support to the Division of Teacher Education. Over the years the MCF has also contributed financially to students of our Division of Technical & Vocational Education.