St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The Ministry of Human Resources in the Nevis Island Administration is encouraging individuals who are interested in the Veterinary Medicine Degree Programme to apply for the Ross University Scholarship.
Interested applicants should present several documents including a cover letter, with a request for scholarship, addressed to the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Human Resources, Nevis Island Administration, Social Security Building, Pinney’s Estate, Nevis. Applicants should also present an original University Acceptance Letter, a birth certificate for proof of nationality along with one certified copy and an original high school or College transcript also with an additional certified copy.
Upon application and acceptance into Ross University, he or she must apply to the Ministry of Human Resources. The application will then be forwarded to the St Kitts Human Resources Office for further processing.
According to a notice from Human Resources, “there is no deadline for the receipt of applications. However, it is very important that upon receiving a university acceptance letter, scholarship applications are delivered promptly as they go through quite a process before approval.”
It was also disclosed that the scholarships will be awarded to four applicants at any given time. As current students complete their studies, other applicants will be considered.
Interested individuals can apply to Ross University, via its website. For additional guidance on the filing of scholarship applications contact can be made to Jamilla Adams at Human Resources St. Kitts, as well as Shanola Murrey-Gill, Shelly Liburd or Shaniele Skeete at Human Resources, Nevis Island Administration.
The Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine seeks to provide a relevant and stimulating learning environment to equip veterinary students to become practice- and career-ready graduates, to embrace diversity and offer students from a wide range of backgrounds the opportunity to follow their chosen careers in veterinary medicine, to serve society through strategic and impactful research into safe food production and control of emerging infectious and zoonotic diseases in developing countries and beyond, to involve students in the work of Research Centres, to foster a thirst for knowledge to improve the health and welfare of humans and animals through observation, investigation, and research and also educate graduate students to become successful contributors to the knowledge economy, through advanced training in areas strategically important to global health.