The University of the West Indies
Cave Hill Campus - Barbados
The University of the West Indies (UWI)
UWI, the oldest and largest English-speaking university in the Caribbean, was founded in 1948. Its alumni include a Literature Nobel laureate, Derek Walcott, as well as over a dozen former and current Caribbean Heads of State and Government. This high-ranked university boasts four campuses (Cave Hill, Barbados; Mona, Jamaica; St Augustine, Trinidad; Open Campus) and serves 17 Caribbean countries.
In Barbados, Cave Hill campus consists in five departments offering over 250 graduate and post-graduate programmes.
Because it is ideally located in St. James, a stylish parish on the Platinum Coast (West Coast) of Barbados, Cave Hill Campus is a 10-minute drive to the island’s best beaches, and about 45 minutes away from various natural sites and sightseeing attractions.
Centre for English Language Learning (CELL)
Ocean Inspiration’s partner for English classes, CELL, is housed by the UWI Cave Hill Campus’s School of Business and Management. It specializes in designing bespoke courses based on faculty members’ educational research activities. Its linguistic curriculum is supported by the University’s network of teachers and specialists, and by a web of state institutions with which UWI collaborates. This strong foundation makes it possible to organize conferences and passionate debates moderated by high-calibre experts and guest speakers that include government representatives, Central Bank executives, magistrates, historians, meteorologists, members of the military, corporate leaders and UN experts, to name but a few.