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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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Wed, 17 Oct 2012 15:04 EDT
Wishing to study medicine in Cuba
Hello. I atttend Wolmers Trust High School for Girls and I would really appreciate if i could get some information on the Cuban scholarships. I would like to study gynacology and obstetrics. Please email me at

Thank You
wayne seymour
Mon, 15 Oct 2012 13:22 EDT
I'm currently in the hospital in cuba CIREN and have been here for the past 9 months in rehab for a stroke I need much more medical attention and was looking to get my residency and get married I need in formation on both thanks
Sun, 14 Oct 2012 18:18 EDT
Cuban Agricultural/Medical Scholarship
I am an upper six student who is highly interested in studying medicine/agriculture in Cuba, as such I am seeking information as it relates to the medical/agricultural scholarship for the academic year of 2013-2014.
Please email me at
Thanking you for your assistance in advance.
Sat, 13 Oct 2012 22:30 EDT
Cuban medical scholarship
dear Sir/madame
I am seeking information regarding the medical scholarship for the 2013-2014 academical year.
please email me at

Thank you for your time
claudett cooper
Wed, 10 Oct 2012 12:28 EDT
need to get past port back
i need to know how i go about getting my mother birth certificate she was born in cuba lives in jamaica from the age of 12. at one time she had one but now we cant find it . now an office in jamaica is holding on to my mother jamaica pass port saying its not her , that she needs proof thats its her . her mother and father is dead what can she do ?????? please help
Orthnell Askerneese
Tue, 9 Oct 2012 13:18 EDT
Schooling in Cuba
I am a third year bilogy major and chemistry minor at NCU (Northern Caribbean University) and recently ive heard about a program where the cuban government allow jamaicans to come to the country to pursue higher education. I would to know the requirements needed to get into the program. Your swift response would be greatly appreciated. email -
Javaughni Bell
Mon, 8 Oct 2012 00:24 EDT
Computer Science Undergraduate Studies at The University Of Havana
I am currently a (upper six)student at Excelsior High School.I am trying to access information about Computer Science Undergraduate Coarses at the University of Havana. In addition,what are the requirements for a scolarship? Which would reduce the economic burdens ahead. It would be a great honour to study at this Outstanding Institution.Thank you for your time and consideration. Contact : E-mail
Tasheika Farrier
Tue, 2 Oct 2012 14:09 EDT
Scholarships to study Medicine in Cuba
I am a fifth form student a the Godfrey Stewart High School. i would really appreciate if i could get some information on the Cuban scholarships, my e-mail address is tasheika.farrier you very much.
Tue, 25 Sep 2012 11:41 EDT
Medical Scholarship
I am interested in studying medicine in Cuba. Could you forward to the following e-mail address the relevant information on the scholarships offered in this field and how to apply?

Thank you.
shemarah lindo
Sun, 23 Sep 2012 18:50 EDT
medical science
hello, i'm currently in upper 6 and has a geat desire to study medicine in Cuba. However, i would like necessary scholarship information (full) for Jamaicans.

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