UG, CXC sign MoU to promote educational opportunities

CXC Registrar and CEO, Dr. Wayne Wesley (left), and UG’s Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Paloma Mohamed-Martin, hold signed copies of the agreement (Photo via Guyana Chronicle)
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(Guyana Chronicle) THE Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) and the University of Guyana (UG), on Wednesday, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which seeks to advance teaching, learning and assessment in the Caribbean.

The MoU was signed virtually between UG’s Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Paloma Mohamed-Martin, and CXC Registrar and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr. Wayne Wesley, during a simple ceremony.

Under the MoU, the university will recognise CXC’s associate degrees for the purpose of matriculation by candidates. Prospective UG students will benefit from the matching of coursework requirements at the university according to the CXC syllabus.

According to Dr. Wesley, CXC will also facilitate the sharing of candidate’s examination results allowing for a smoother crossover for students seeking to access the “high-quality tertiary education.”

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