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Jamaica Gleaner - - IN­TER­NA­TIONAL NEWS -

come to talk to us, it’s about their en­gi­neer­ing pro­grammes or sci­ence pro­grammes, so I’m re­ally ex­cited to find out about their busi­ness pro­grammes and to in­ves­ti­gate if there are ac­tu­ally good busi­ness pro­grammes at Cana­dian col­leges,” she told Youth­link.

Eigh­teen-year-old up­per-six­th­former Kemald Dunk­ley, from Ja­maica Col­lege, who dreams of be­com­ing a psy­chol­o­gist, shared his par­tic­u­lar in­ter­est.

“I’ve been driv­ing to­wards Canada for a while now, and to ac­tu­ally see uni­ver­si­ties here that I’ve sort of pinned gave me a dif­fer­ent feel­ing that my dreams can come true. They’re right here. I can in­ter­act and ev­ery­thing. There were even sci­ence-ori­ented schools, tech­ni­cal schools – a good mix.”

In the end, it was clear that stu­dents left feel­ing reaf­firmed about their fu­ture and able to make a more in­formed de­ci­sion about just what to do af­ter high school.

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