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Reviewed 20 August 2018

Attended the Smart climate Accelerator launch at the Assembly Hall. Sir Richard Branson and Usain Bolt were there. Sir Richard is the main sponsor as he has a passion for the Caribbean to be climate resilient and to grow and develop. Jamaica's Prime Minister also...More

Thank Jennifer M
Reviewed 6 July 2018

This is a seafood haven, so many restaurant to chose from to get your fix. I like that it gives you a small town vibes and you can go for a walk after you've finished your meal.

Thank IMGOINGTOTELL
Reviewed 21 May 2018 via mobile

With a private tour guide we learned about the history of the university baking with the vast educational scope in offer today. Worth a visit with an informed guide.

Thank TinaMalone27
Reviewed 27 April 2018

This campus is huge and well equipped with everything a student can or may need. I went there to visit a friend and it looked very beautiful. Transportation to and from the campus is very easy to get which makes it very accessible.

Thank Lets_Island_Hop_
Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

The grounds are always immaculately kept. Statues are scattered around the main buildings. There are interesting buildings and artwork at the older buildings. There are quite a number of green spaces, large trees with benches where students can sit to socialise or study. The campus...More

Thank SimiKingston_Jamaica
Reviewed 7 December 2017

This was a great place for a youth trip. There was no air condition, but the rooms had fans. The sheets were cleaned everyday and the rooms were a good size to be comfortable.

Thank Judie P
Reviewed 17 November 2017

I am a graduate of this university and I always think it is a good place to take visitors to the island for them to understand the extent of the campus, its various faculties and facilities. I find it is quite impressive based on its...More

Thank Angeladefreitas
Reviewed 19 October 2017

Very informative. my tour guide took us there lots of history in that place you can still see all the original structue from when slaves worked there just as in the photo above. it has expanded with lots of new building but alot of the...More

Thank QUEENIEG02
Reviewed 14 September 2017

UWI is full of interesting places to learn ,relax,meditate or have fun. The property is vast and there's always something to tickle your fancy. Art, museum,culture, music, studying, religion whatever you're into its there.

Thank LCUBEDWAT
Reviewed 22 August 2017

I recently visited my alma mater after many years! The campus welcomed me with beautiful royal poincianas in full bloom. The University launched a Faculty of Sports and I saw the Usain Bolt track. Many new buildings and halls, but the campus has lost none...More

Thank Carmen426
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