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CTO continues to fund studies

A number of Caribbean nationals are in a better position to pursue studies in tourism/hospitality, with the injection of more than US $65,000 in scholarships and grants from the Caribbean Tourism Organisation Scholarship Foundation in 2012.

The foundation has awarded scholarships to the tune of over US $35,000 to successful applicants from several countries who are pursuing post graduate studies at various educational institutions within and outside the Caribbean.

A total of $29,400 was plugged into grants and awarded to applicants from Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.

More than 190 Caribbean nationals have benefitted from the programme to the tune of over US$700,000 since the CTO Foundation was founded in 1997.

Information on the CTO Scholarship Programme and a list of scholarship and grant recipients can be found at

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