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Cuban flag Embassy of Cuba in Kingston

Address9 Trafalgar Road
Kingston 5
Jamaica
Phonelocal: (876) 978.0931
international: +1.876.978.0931
Faxlocal: (876) 978.5372
international: +1.876.978.5372
Emailembacubajam@cwjamaica.com
Web sitehttp://embacu.cubaminrex.cu/jamiacaing

Comments on this Embassy

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wenzile
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
Scholarships
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 romaridfrith@yahoo.com

Thank you
wazir
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 gmail.com from pakistan..thanks..
shamara
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 onii0124@gmail.com
Jemilla Blackwood
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 17:46 EDT
Spanish language
Good afternoon.I am currently a 6th form (lower six)student who would like to be furnished with the information regarding scholarships to study in cuba for the academic year 2016. I am interested in studying spanish language. I can be contacted at bjemilla@yahoo.com or at my cell # 5865506.
Rosetta
Fri, 13 Mar 2015 13:45 EDT
Visa for Jamaican Nationals
Do Jamaicans need visa to travel from Jamaica to Cuba and what is the cost of the Visa card sold at the airport in Cuba?
Navardo Henry
Mon, 9 Mar 2015 15:20 EDT
The Latin American School of Medical Sciences
A pleasant Good Afternoon to all:

I am currently a fifth form student at Kingston College in Jamaica. I am greatly interested in persuing a carrer in medicine as i see medicine to be an interesting and well rewarding field that will enable me to achieve my life's goal,that is, to becme a medical doctor and contribute to the betterment of my countries medical facilities. I would greatly appreciate any information that can be given in regards to the Scholarships to ELAM. I can be contacted by email: Navardohenry@gmail.com

Thank you for taking the time to read and reply to this message, May god bless you.
Kimoni Frater
Mon, 9 Mar 2015 12:18 EDT
study medicine in cuba
I am currently a sixth form student at Hampton School for girls in st. Elizabeth. I a interested in studying medicine in Cuba. I believe that it's the best place to pursue a career in Medicine And I am requesting any relevant information necessary for application. I can be contacted at kimonifrater@gmail.com
jemilla blackwood
Thu, 5 Mar 2015 15:15 EST
spanish language and literature
Pleasant afternoon.I am currently a 6th form (lower six)student who would like to be furnished with the information regarding scholarships to study in cuba for the academic year 2016. I am interested in studying spanish language. I can be contacted at bjemilla@yahoo.com or at my cell # 5865506.

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