Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

The University of Central Lancashire welcomes students from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

We have strong connections to the Caribbean. We launched a unique medical programme in 2019 with The American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, based in Sint Maarten. This allowed Global students to take the US medical school curriculum and get a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree through study in the UK and US.

We were also host to significant symposiums related to research projects across the Caribbean. These included the Deaf Caribbean Academic Network (DeafCAN) project seminar ‘Deaf Lives and Sign Languages in the Caribbean’ in May 2023. The symposium was attended by key collaborators from Trinidad and Tobago, Puerto Rico and Jamaica. Our Students' Union is also proud to run our African-Caribbean Society.

Entry Requirements

Please note the requirements below are indicative only

GCE A levels may be taken and standard entry requirements should be used.

OR

Community College Diploma or Associate Degree with a Pass.

OR

Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Six Caribbean Examination Council, Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) at Grade V (5) or above.

They may be 6 individual units, 3 double units or a combination.

Subjects required for entry should be taken as a double unit.

(The CAPE Diploma is awarded for the successful completion of at least six CAPE units, within a five-year period. CXC Associate Degree is awarded for the successful completion of at least eight CAPE units within a five-year period. Before 2016, seven CAPE units were required to get the CXC Associate Degree).

Our entry requirements will vary depending on the individual course and the year of entry and the below are indicative only. Any reference to typical entry qualification or grades stated on the website are provided as a guide only. There is no guarantee that applicants who have, or are predicted to achieve, grades equivalent to or exceeding typical entry qualifications or grade will be made an offer by the University of Central Lancashire.

Minimum English Language Requirements

Standard English language entry requirements - IELTS 6.0 or equivalent (some courses may have higher English requirements)

Local equivalents below:

Caribbean Examinations Council (CSC) English Grade C or above

(GCE O levels may also be taken and are acceptable)

If your academic and/or English language qualifications are not sufficient to allow for direct entry to one of our undergraduate or postgraduate taught programmes, you may wish to consider one of our Undergraduate or Master Foundation Programmes, offered at the University of Central Lancashire by ONCampus. Successful completion of this programme can guarantee entry to a wide range of programmes with us.

Please see our further information and guidance on our English Language requirements.

Awards

  • We’ve been awarded the maximum 5 QS Stars (Excellent) for internationalisation. We’re proud to be a truly international university, with a thriving staff and student community of 38,000+ people from over 100 countries. We encourage all our students to become ‘global citizens’ and our courses open doors to worldwide career opportunities. We offer a welcoming destination to all our international students, providing them with the support they need to succeed in their studies. Our 5 QS Stars also reflects the opportunities we provide to enable students to experience other cultures; the success of our overseas campus in Cyprus; and our 120+ international partnerships with universities based in China, Malaysia, the Far East and beyond.

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How to apply

We welcome applications from all international students. For information and forms for undergraduate and postgraduate applications, please visit our how to apply section for international students.

Contact us

For more information about our activities in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, please contact:

Regional Manager
Sam Whiteside
Contact Sam Whiteside by email
Telephone: +44 (0) 1772 892145

International Officer

Hannah O’Donoghue
Contact Hannah O'Donoghue by email
Telephone: +44 (0) 1772 895003