2010 Presentation of Graduates Ceremony for the UWI Open Campus in Grenada

The Ceremony for the Presentation of Graduates 2010 from the Open Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), will take place on Saturday October 16, 2010 at the Grenada Trade Centre in Grand Anse at 5:00 p.m.

This is the second formal graduation ceremony held for the newest campus of the UWI following the inaugural graduation ceremony held in St. Lucia in October 2009. At this graduation ceremony in Grenada, the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters (DLitt) will be conferred on Professor Caryl Phillips and the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws (LLD) will be conferred on Mrs. Beverley Steele, CBE.

A number of graduands from other Caribbean countries are expected to attend this event in Grenada, joining their fellow Grenadian counterparts.  Every effort is being made to ensure that this ceremony will be a memorable event. In order to facilitate participation across the region, the UWI Open Campus Graduation Ceremony will be streamed live on the Internet on Graduation Day. Family, friends and well-wishers can link through the home page of the official website at www.open.uwi.edu.

The UWI Open Campus invites you to share in this celebration with the extended University Community.

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7 Comments

  1. anonymous
    October 18, 2010

    Do you all not know that a Dominican was in fact Valedictorian of that graduation ceremony?

  2. Anonymous
    October 17, 2010

    congrats to my boo Mrs N J….we are all so proud of you..all your hard work,you are an inspirations to us all…WE CAN HARDLY WAIT FOR YOU TO GET YOUR OWN SCHOOL…AND YOU KNW WE ALL FOLLOWING YOU WERE EVER THEY PUT YOU..

  3. Interested
    October 16, 2010

    This year’s graduates have made Da proud, this year there were two Dominicans contesting for valedictorians. Congrats to the Class of 2010.

  4. Domlucian
    October 16, 2010

    Way to go UWI!! There are quite a few Dominicans graduating too!! Being at UWI is challenging indeed but it does pay off!! Congratulations to my fellow UWI students!

  5. DD
    October 15, 2010

    @Bumble Bee: Me too!!!!

  6. Congrats
    October 15, 2010

    One of the best universities . Highly accredited and well recognised across the world. Need to go there to do my Msc. But hope around that time the professors will be a bit more lenient. lol. This university aint give you an A like that . I did my first degree in the Us and would usually compare my work with my friend at Uwi at the time he was there and trust me UWI work out their students. I think thats why many persons escape it and go staight to the US. Congrats to all the graduates. Once anyone chooses UWI especially Cavehill Barbados then that damn person is intelligent.So once you graduate from UWI then you are intelligent.

  7. Bumble Bee
    October 15, 2010

    I am waiting for mine in time, to come!!! Can’t wait.

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