Arrindell drawing up “hit list” for American University of the Caribbean

POSTED: 08/18/11 3:15 PM


St. Maarten – Minister of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Dr. Rhoda Arrindell has welcomed the DeVry Institute’s $235 million dollar purchase of the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Cupecoy. The plan to invest a further $20 million dollars in upgrading the facilities at AUC is also welcome news.
“The arrival of DeVry is in line with the policy of this government to encourage our students to study in the region,” Arrindell said after announcing that the new principals at the medical school have requested the ministry to draw up a “hit list” or priority list of what they would like to see the school contribute to the island.
“That list will be submitted shortly. No doubt, this is a welcome development and I look forward to a very close cooperation with the institution for the benefit of tertiary education on St. Martin,” Arrindell said.

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