Universities and Colleges in Grenada

Tertiary education centres on the T A Marryshow Community College, which hosts an open campus of the regional University of the West Indies. T A Marryshow Community College was established in 1988 when Grenada National College merged with several other tertiary institutions including Grenada Teachers College, Grenada Technical and Vocational Institute, and the Institute for Further Education. TA Marryshow Community College offers courses in Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) and Advanced GCE subjects; associate degree programmes in arts and sciences; teacher training; and in technical and vocational education and training (TVET). The University of the West Indies has its main campuses in Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago. St George’s University – founded in 1977 – is an offshore American university specialising in medicine, offering bacehlor, masters and doctorate degrees. The University has had nearly 11,000 graduates; which include physicians, veterinarians, scientists, and public health and business professionals across the world. The female–male ratio for gross enrolment in tertiary education is 0.68:1 (2009).

Universities and Colleges organisations in Grenada
CARIBBEAN COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK
Department of Information
Dive Grenada
Foundation for Field Research
Grenada Amateur Athletic Federation
Grenada Amateur Boxing Federation
Grenada Amateur Swimming Federation
Grenada Arts Council
Grenada Basketball Federation
Grenada Carnival Commission
Grenada Equestrian Federation
Grenada Football Federation
Grenada Golf Club
Grenada National Museum
Grenada National Sports Complex
Grenada Olympic Committee
Grenada Sailing Federation
Grenada Table Tennis Association
Grenada Triathlon Committee
Grenada Yacht Club
Grenada Yacht Service
Kido Project Ecological Research Station
Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth Affairs and Sport
TA Marryshow Community College
Tikal - Arts & Crafts
University of the West Indies School of Continuing Studies
Yellow Poui Art Gallery