CAPE

Candidates must be completing the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) diploma (six units) offered by the Caribbean Examinations Council and must present:

  • Three CAPE Unit I examination subjects including Pure Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
  • Three CAPE Unit II examination subjects including Pure Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
  • English completed at the CSEC or CAPE level, Communication Studies cannot be used to meet this requirement
  • Candidates must also demonstrate excellent overall CSEC (Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate) or Ordinary Level results in the prerequisite subjects in order to be considered for admission.

Candidates with a final or predicted grade 3 or below in any prerequisite course will not be considered for admission. Candidates writing the CAPE examinations during the current academic year will be considered for a conditional offer of admission based on predicted results received by their academic institution and overall academic record.

Required Documents
  • Secondary school transcript showing all years of study including current interim results
  • Unofficial CSEC Certificate
  • Unofficial CAPE Unit I results
  • Predicted CAPE Unit II results form or Unofficial CAPE Unit II results (if already written)

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