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Tertiary Education Institution Director Concerned About Students in Light of Unaccredited Status of School

Tertiary Education Institution Director Concerned About Students in Light of Unaccredited Status of School

Executive Director of the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago Michael Bradshaw with Education Minister Anthony Garcia (left).
PHOTO CREDIT: The Trinidad Guardian Newspaper.

Executive Director of the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago Michael Bradshaw reiterates that tertiary education schools are required by law to be accredited to be funded by the Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses Programme.

Bradshaw made mention of this in light of the approaching new school term so that persons can be aware of the new changes as it relates to GATE funding.

Executive Director of the School of Business and Computer Science of Dr. Robin Maraj.

Meanwhile in light of the ACTT’s announcement, made last Wednesday, one school has condemned the move, saying students will be at a disadvantage. Executive Director of the School of Business and Computer Science of Dr. Robin Maraj says students who wish to partake in programmes which are UK approved will not be able to since the Government will no longer fund it.

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