Admissions Process

In order to gain admittance to the institution, see the following 6 steps.
Please note that preference will be given to persons with evidence of work/achievement in human development.

1 – Qualify

View the list of requirements to gain entry to the institution and see if you qualify.

View Requirements

2 – Apply

Head over to our online application page and start your application process. Ensure the related fees are paid.

Apply Online

You can also download the form

3 – Documents

Submit all requires documents to us:
2 Passport-size photos
All supporting certificates
Two recent recommendations

4 – Interview

If your application is shortlisted, you will take an aptitude test and you will be invited to attend an interview.

5 – Accept Offer

Choose whether to accept, reject or defer your offer.

6 – All Done!

Pay your fees, activate your online account and register for classes

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To be admitted to the College for the Bachelor in Education programme, the following requirements must be met.

Academic Standing.

Preference will be given to applicants with more than five passes inclusive of
English Language and Mathematics. Specific subjects are required for all programmes. Persons applying to the Special Education, Early Childhood and Primary Programmes must have passes in a Physical Science subject (Biology,
Chemistry, Physics, Integrated Science, Human & Social Biology etc) AND a Social Science subject (History, Geography, Social Studies, Sociology, Religious Education. etc)

  • Five (5) CXC/CSEC subjects including Mathematics and English Language at General Proficiency Levels I, II General Level III
  • For the purpose of equivalencies, CXC Basic I, GCE O’Level at grades A, B, or C, SSC National Assessment Level 5 or 4, ULCI General 2 are deemed equivalent to CXC subjects General I or II.
  • Advanced Credit Degree Programme applicants MUST have a diploma in their area of specialization.


While the Government of Jamaica supports the College through its Annual Budget, students are expected to pay a Cost Sharing fee at the beginning of each academic year. The Cost Sharing fees will be announced to students who have been accepted to pursue the course and should be paid prior to the commencement of that Academic Year. Students must provide their own textbooks, stationery and other materials required for each course.

Teaching Practice (including Practicum) is an essential element of the College’s programme and involves the making and use of instructional aids of various types and dimensions. It should be understood that students are responsible for finding their own materials for use in all teaching programmes and practical activities.

Contact the Admissions Office

  • (876) 952-4000-2
  • P.O. Box 40 Granville. Montego Bay, St. James