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Groups and Procedures

ADMISSION GROUPS

EUCLID is open to four groups of students:

  • government staff or government-designated scholars
  • special government-endorsed groups (especially women)
  • general public applicants who are eligible for intergovernmental scholarship (ECOWAS, ICCI)
  • general public applicants from most countries.

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ACADEMIC, LANGUAGE AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENT

Prospective students must have a qualifying degree (or certified equivalency) to enter any EUCLID program. This means that a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) is required to apply for a Master’s program, and a Master’s for a post-graduate or doctoral specialization.

Bachelor’s degree programs are available to government-sponsored students only and require a high school diploma or GED along with an initial examination process.

Admissions to all programs is limited and is further conditioned on faculty availability, especially at the graduate level.

EUCLID announces MOUs

EUCLID has signed an international cooperation Memorandum of Understanding with Sanskriti University (India). This signals EUCLID’s ongoing commitment to intercultural and interfaith engagement, as well

FACULTY AND ALUMNI NEWS Q1 2022

EUCLID is pleased to report on several faculty updates. Secretary-General Winston Dookeran‘s new book The Caribbean on the Edge: The Political Stress of Stability, Equality,

EUCLID congratulates Collen Kelapile

EUCLID congratulates long-time faculty member and friend Collen Kelapile who was recently elected 77th President of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). From

EUCLID announces publications

EUCLID congratulates Secretary-General Winston Dookeran and Vice-Chancellor Adamou Camara for their recent publications which continue to reflect highly on EUCLID’s academic visibility and contribution. The

EUCLID at COP26

EUCLID is pleased to congratulate Prof Charalee Graydon for her well-received book presentation as part of the UN COP26 conference.