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UTech Opens Dome Street Campus in Montego Bay: Special Ceremony on November 8, 2013. November 6, 2013

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UTech Opens Dome Street Campus in Montego Bay

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) will officially open its 17 Dome Street campus at a special ceremony on Friday, November 8, 2013 commencing at 2:30 pm at which the Minister of Education, Hon. Ronald Thwaites, MP is scheduled to deliver the keynote address.

The Dome Street campus is one of two locations in Montego Bay, the other being The UTech Caribbean School of Nursing located at 2 Cottage Close.  UTech’s operations in the west, under the leadership of Acting Principal, Professor Geraldene Hodelin also include the Trelawny campus located at the former Falmouth Baptist Manse, 9 Market Street.

Prof. the Hon. Errol Morrison, OJ, President, UTech in welcoming the official opening, notes that “after three years, UTech has firmly consolidated its operations and planted firm roots in the west and is here to actively drive development and provide world-class education within easy access to citizens in the west.”

UTech in its expansion has begun positive transformation in the heart of Montego Bay.  The Dome Street campus currently offers several programmes to a student population spanning the entire spectrum of western Jamaica.  Programmes include graduate, undergraduate, professional and pre-university courses.  These include the Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), Bachelor in Business Administration, Associate Degree in Business Administration, Bachelor of Laws and the Bachelor’s in Math and Education.


Corporate Communications Unit

University of Technology, Jamaica



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