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Cuban flag Embassy of Cuba in Kingston

Address9 Trafalgar Road
Kingston 5
Phonelocal: (876) 978.0931
international: +1.876.978.0931
Faxlocal: (876) 978.5372
international: +1.876.978.5372
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Rohan Jackson
Thu, 11 Jun 2015 11:16 EDT
studying medicine
I am a sixth form student at the prestigious Old Barbour High School and its always been my passion to study Medicine in Cuba because of their great instructors there. My only interest in life is to study Medicine and become a neurosurgeon. I would love to know how I can apply for scholarships in Cuban so that I could go to one of there Medical schools. I can be contacted at or (1876) 894-9775
Rohan Jackson
Thu, 11 Jun 2015 11:06 EDT
studying medicine
I am a sixth form student at the prestigious Old Harbour High School and its always been my passion to study Medicine in Cuba. I want to know how can I go about to apply for scholarships for any one of Cuba's Medical school. I can be contacted at please I really want to become a doctor
Paul wilson
Tue, 9 Jun 2015 09:28 EDT
Investing in cuba
I am a graduate in mechanical engineer and economics and management. I have experience in air conditioning, graphic arts and the hospitaity industry.
My interest in Cuba is in the tourism and manufacturing industries. I would like to know about laws and regulations governing those industries and the utilities rate, among other things

I have made plans to visit Cuba with my son in July 2015.
My son has studied medicine in Cuba and has graduated in 2014.

I would be happy to gather some information by visiting your consulate
Thanking for your consideration of my request

I can be contacted at
Wed, 3 Jun 2015 16:11 EDT
cuban medical scholarship
It has been my dream to study medicine and foremost in Cuba.i am a graduate of porus`s high school. i would be elated if you share the information on how to apply for a scholarship, the things i need to apply for it or where can go to get the information. I can be contacted at
Alrick Xavier Cambridge (retired philosopher profe
Wed, 3 Jun 2015 15:32 EDT
Small Business, Home ownership, & Relocation to Cuba
I live in Britain and Jamaica. My interest in the success of the Cuban people goes back to 1959. I've visited Cuba once as a Philosophy Prof on a Semester-at-Sea-University Program. I've treasured the experience. 1) What is the prospect of P/T philosophy teaching in Cuban universities? 2) What is the prospect to start a small business in Cuba? 3) What is the prospect of owning a small home and relocating to Cuba? Email cell# (876) 383 3615
Sat, 18 Apr 2015 06:31 EDT
Hi I would like to know how many points is Cuba looking for from someone who's interested in medicine,and when is the closing date
Romari Frith
Wed, 15 Apr 2015 15:21 EDT
Good day Sirs, I am a sixth former at Kingston College and I am interesting in studying medicine at one of Cuba's noble medical institutions. I am therefore requesting information on how to apply for the programme as well as scholarships.

Please send information to

Thank you
Tue, 7 Apr 2015 09:19 EDT
study medicine in cuba
Good evening sir:I am willing to study medicine in cuba... plz share info about its aplication and other processes for the year 2015, my id waziriqbal512 from pakistan..thanks..
Tue, 31 Mar 2015 07:35 EDT
wants to start nursing studies in cuba
I am a Jamaican. I would love to start studying nursing in cuba. Is this possible?
Onieka Noble
Thu, 26 Mar 2015 05:15 EDT
cuban scholarship 2015
do you accept a pending for the unit 2 results for the medicine scholarship? i can be contacted at

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