Continuing Education Programme
The Continuing Education Department of UCCI offers a number of
academic, leisure, and vocational courses that are intended to develop
specific skills in these areas. These courses are typically offered
in the evenings. Courses range from seven to fourteen weeks in length
and are available throughout the year. For more information on our
CE programmes, please contact the Registrar’s office or the
student services department.
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The Pre-College programme at the University College of the Cayman Islands is about challenge, discovery and new friends. The programme prepares talented students and young adults for a true experience that aims to prepare for success and experience life in a college environment.
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UCCI’s Certificate programme is comprised of several different
areas. Certificate programmes are designed to accommodate students
seeking to improve their competencies in a vocationally-based learning
environment. Certificate students are afforded the opportunity to
further their education in one of our degree programmes if desired
and meet the academic standards of these programmes. For more information
on our certificate programmes, please contact the Registrar’s
office or the student services department.
Certificates are offered in the following areas:
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Associate & Bachelor's Degree Programmes
UCCI offers three types of Associate degrees. The vocational degree,
or Associate of Applied Science (AAS), is designed to offer students
specialised training in preparation responsible positions in professional
areas. Students completing the AAS may qualify for some advanced
standing if they later attend UCCI or other tertiary institutions.
The main emphasis of the degree is on specific vocational skills,
Transfer degrees, on the other hand, are primarily academic in
nature and are intended to prepare students for further studies
at the university level. UCCI offers both the Associate of Arts
(AA) and Associate of Science (AS). Students who satisfy the requirements
for graduation for either of degree will normally have completed
the equivalent of the first two years of study towards a Bachelor’s
degree in the same area of specialisation. Students will be particularly
well prepared to continue in UCCI’s Bachelor’s degree
The number of advanced standing credits a student receives upon
transfer will vary according to the policies of the institution
that they are transferring to. Students planning on transfer are
advised, therefore, to begin making preparations as early as possible.
Advice on transfer of credits may be obtained from the Office of
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UCCI offers a number of programmes designed to allow persons employed
in local industries to develop their professional skills. These
programmes are typically offered on a part-time or day release basis.
For more information on our professional programmes, please contact
the Registrar’s office or the student services department.
Professional programmes are offered in the following areas:
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UCCI’s Executive Training Centre programmes range from defined
trainings (such as the Becker CPA Review and CAT Training) to customized
workshops and courses for groups or organizations. As well, the
department offers graduate level courses.
To learn more about our executive offerings, visit the department’s
website or contact a member of the Executive Training
Centre’s team by phoning 949.9580.
Civil Service College
The Civil Service College (CSC) offers certificates and degrees
in public administration and is open to all Civil Servants. The
CSC is designed to offer competency-based training, applied research
and advisory services for the continuous improvement of public services.
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UCCI's Brac Campus
With a mission to offer access to tertiary education for all who
have the potential and passion to learn, UCCI has undertaken the
crucial step of opening their Cayman Brac Campus. Brackers and residents
of the Little Cayman are welcome to explore the tertiary educational
offerings previously not available to the Sister Islands. Click
here to learn more.