ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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Notice of Programme Offering

The St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC) will offer the following options for the Master of Education Degree in collaboration with the UWI School of Education at the Cave Hill Campus, Barbados for the new academic year 2020-2021.

  • M Ed in Inclusive Practices for Special Needs
  • M Ed School Counselling
  • M Ed Educational Leadership

All teachers interested in pursuing studies in any of the options offered are asked to apply online to the UWI Cave Hill Campus website >  Admissions > First Time Graduate Students and follow the Application Steps. 

https://www.cavehill.uwi.edu/gradstudies/future-students

For further information, please contact Deputy Director, Mrs Eula Adams at 4574 503 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


 

Counselling Department's Inspirational Poetry 2

Language, music and words influence how we perceive the world. The Counselling Department launched inspirational poetry sessions that are shared once a week to provide creative support to members of the SVGCC Community. We hope that the poems, literary works and spiritual materials shared can promote positive emotional well - being and resiliency during these difficult times.

Stay safe and stay grounded - SVGCC Counselling Department.

Inspirational Poetry, session 2


 

NOTICE

SVGCC Students Not Required to Return on 25th May 2020

Please note that the Ministry of Education's Press Release as it relates to all students with external examinations returning to school on Monday 25th May, 2020, does not refer to the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC).

In the upcoming weeks, some students of the Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies (DASGS) and the Division of Technical and Vocational Education (DTVE) may be required to go in to their campus to complete CAPE SBAs and practical assessments. These will be coordinated by the respective divisions to avoid too many students on campus at any one time.


 

Counselling Department Newsletter

Loss and Living in the Time of COVID-19

Surviving and thriving in this time, of a pandemic, is challenging for all of us. Learning how to adapt to our "new normal" can take some time and effort. We face the loss of many things that made life happy, comfortable or at the least routine and now must find new ways to cope with the myriad changes around us.

February 2020 Newsletter


 

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