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karina smith
Thu, 14 Feb 2019 12:01 EST
seeking a medical scolarship in cuba
A pleasant good day to you sir/madam i am seeking assistance to apply for cuban medical scholarship.I am currently attending the black river high school sixth form program. I am a hardworking, determine and a diligent individual who strongly believe that anything is possible through the work of GOD.please inform me about the step to take to apply. my email address is or contact my cell phone 1876-884-9656. thank you very much and have a productive day
Loydinia Davis
Thu, 30 Aug 2018 22:41 EDT
Seeking medical scholarship in Cuba
I am a Registered Nurse since 2010 with a Bachelors degree from the University of the West Indies. I would really like to pursue medicine. My email address is and cell number is 876.378.2637. Thanks in advance for the consideration.
Mon, 16 Apr 2018 21:10 EDT
Cuba visa
Need to know last time i get cuba visa only for 1 month 2April expire date.should I like to Cuba visit again should I need require again same documents to apply cuba visa.
Courtney Thomas
Tue, 10 Apr 2018 22:00 EDT
language scholarship
To whom it may concern,
I'm forwarding this query to the relevant person or people to ascertain as to whether or not there is an available scholarship for an older student who wishes to gain a bachelor's degree in the language of Spanish in Cuba? Please advise me.
Thank you so very much.
Daunell Daniel Diaz
Fri, 28 Jul 2017 14:19 EDT
Trying to find my mom
My name is Daunell Daniel Diaz born in USA 1991, my mom went to Cuba in 1992 her name is Sara Diaz.I am trying to find her very urgent!!
Daunell Rodriques-Diaz
Thu, 1 Dec 2016 14:10 EST
Trying to find my Father
Good day,
My name is Daunell Oneda Rodriques-Diaz, I am trying to find my father, his name is Julio Daniel Rodriques-Diaz, he was born in Cuba, he was a medical doctor, he was in Jamaica in the late 60's early 70's and left Jamaica in 1971 to USA,that's all I know about him,I was born in 1972 and never met him, I have been trying desperately to find him, and so I am hereby seeking your assistance to help me do so.
Randayne Lawrence
Mon, 28 Nov 2016 12:59 EST
Sixth former
Good morning i am seeking a scholarship to study in the field of Medicine or a medical doctor please let me know of the requirements, so I can get the documents together please and thank you
Thu, 24 Nov 2016 11:35 EST
jamaican desparate for a cuban medicine scholarship
Good day, I am a sixthformer of the Charlemont high school in St. Catherine, who have longed to receive a medical scholarship. I am one that have satisfied the requirements to study medicine however due to financial disabilities I am unable
abigail thorpe
Fri, 14 Oct 2016 14:22 EDT
I am 21 years old and I aspire to be a doctor. I have not been able to pursue that dream because of financial difficulties. I believe I am qualified to enroll in one of your medical programs based on my various subjects I have earned through CXC. As an ambitious, hardworking individual I would like to prove that please contact me at I would like to know the correct steps to take and requirements to apply for a Cuban scholarship.
Graduate medical student from Cuba
Fri, 29 Jul 2016 14:45 EDT
I was awarded a bilateral scholarship to Cuba to study about 7 years ago. Happily, i went studied, and graduated successfully. I returned to Jamaica served my 5 year bond well. Now i would like to continue my education. I have contacted the Cuban embassy, my University and the Jamaican embassy in Cuba on numerous occasions trying to obtain my school transcript or get my school transcript sent of, and it is proving tiring and impossible. Why is it that one can study so hard for so many years, graduate successfully and left stagnant due to Cuba's inability to produce a transcript when needed. I now understand that this has been going on for many years. Its 2016 and this has got to stop, there can be no progress is former graduates of Cuba continue to sit back and let this continue. We need a resolution.

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