All Notices
Student Complaint Procedure
The Centre for Education Programmes ( takes seriously the concerns and complaints made by students from time to time Therefore this Student Complaint Procedure provides a process for all students enrolled in the undergraduate and graduate programmes to receive attention and a quick resolution to Non Academic disputes and complaints that do not fall within the scope of other complaints procedures at the University These matters would be investigated fairly and thoroughly following an unbiased process All information received during this process will be held in strict confidence and will only be disclosed to resolve the complaint
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Halls of Residence Operations at Chaguaramas and ECIAF Campuses

This memo serves to inform all students that the Halls of Residence located at the Chaguaramas and ECIAF Campuses will not resume its operations for the semester September 2021 to December 2021.

The University has taken this decision in light of the following factors:

  • The University’s due diligence in providing a safe environment for all Residents.
  • The completion of construction and other repair works that halted due to pandemic restrictions.
  • The provision of updated guidelines for the operations of the Halls during and post pandemic.
  • Established guidelines from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education.
  • Continued online/hybrid academic operations.

I trust that you will continue to stay safe and follow all the given guidelines so that we can return to face-to-face interaction soon.

The provision of an off-campus accommodation listing will be available at the start of the Academic year 2021-2022. Do continue to stay tuned for further notices.

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ATTENTION 2020 and 2021
Graduation portraits will be taken:
October 4th to 9th, 2021
at UTT John S. Donaldson
Port-of-Spain Campus
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
October 10th to 13th, 2021
at UTT San Fernando Campus
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
To book your appiontment CLICK HERE
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Scholarships Opportunities

Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships

Applications for Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships 2019 are now open.  Scholarships are available in the following fields:

Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarships give talented students from anywhere in the Commonwealth the opportunity to gain a Master's degree, while developing new skills, experiencing life in another country, and building their global networks......

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Quality Assurance Unit

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Supplemental Exam August 23rd to 27th 2021

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Student Guild
The UTT Student Guild
The UTTSG is the officially recognized body, which represents Members at The University of
Trinidad and Tobago. In theory and practice, the UTTSG has almost complete autonomy in the running and management of its own affairs and premises with guidance from the office of the Student Development Unit, Student Support Services at The UTT. This includes the ability to employ staff, enter into contracts, hold investment, running and management of our own facilities, finances, and Guild Fees. The UTTSG’s primary function is to support and represent the Membership and fulfill our mission to ‘enhance the student experience’.
To find out more information on your UTTSG and who represents you, click the link below!
UTTSG Magazine
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that elections for the Executive Student Guild at The University of Trinidad and Tobago for the 2021/2022 term will be held on Friday the 5th day of November, 2021, between the hours of 6:00am to 6:00pm to elect a new Executive comprising the following Officers:
(1) Executive Student Guild President
(2) Executive Student Guild, Vice President
(3) Executive Student Guild, Treasurer
(4) Executive Student Guild, Secretary
(5) Executive Student Guild, Public Relations Officer; and
(6) Executive Student Guild, Postgraduate Representative
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I DORWIN MANZANO, Corporate Secretary of The University of Trinidad and Tobago having been duly appointed the Returning Officer for the 2021 Election of Officers of the Executive Student Guild at The University of Trinidad and Tobago DO HEREBY appoint MRS SHARON STUART-FRASER Deputy Returning Officer for the aforesaid Elections.
TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that Election Guidelines in relation to the Elections have been published by the Deputy Returning Officer, for the benefit of all concern. Should you require any assistance or clarification, please do not hesitate to contact the following:
(1) Returning Officer:
(2) Deputy Returning Officer:
Please be guided accordingly.
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Examinations Notices



Academic Year 2020/2021

  • Please be advised that according to the 2020/2021 Academic Calendar, the period for Supplemental Exam for Academic Year 2020/2021 is August 23 – 27, 2021.
  • A supplemental exam allows a final year student expecting to complete his/her programme in the current academic year, having failed a course, the opportunity to re-sit an exam.  You must have registered for the course, which must have been previously attempted and a grade “F” earned. 
  • Approval to write a supplemental exam must be granted by a Programme Main Assessment Board (PMAB).   If approval is granted, you will be required to pay the fee for the exam, TT$ 250.00 to any First Citizens Bank (FCB) Account # 150-1631......
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Student Notice
The document provides some insight into the key features of the UTT Student Portal. Please review before proceeding.
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Please be advised that the rest of the semester will continue via online operations. Teaching and assessments will be done primarily through Canvas. Any student who cannot access the internet to facilitate the above please contact their instructors or programme leader to make alternate/suitable arrangements. Instructors have been encouraged to form WhatsApp groups for each class. Other methods of communications may be used.

The intent is to continue and complete the semester so as to minimise the effect of the pandemic by allowing students to continue or complete their studies.

As the University makes the necessary effort in order to avoid delay in students’ progression, you are kindly requested to be in contact with your instructors and programme leaders so that collectively we can ensure any negative impact, due to the pandemic, on your education will be minimised.

I look forward to your cooperation and wish you all the best.

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In order to continue to provide an effective library service to students while the University to closed, UTT Libraries has effected the initiatives below. 

  1. Assistance will be provided to students who require assistance with the use of library electronic resources or for help with information-related questions.  Please contact us at  Please indicate your home campus in your email.
  2.  The library will waive all penalties relating to the non-return of library resources on loan to you when due.

We look forward to working with you as we get through this period together.

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Fees Increase


On Monday 19th July 2021, the President and senior academic staff members met with members of the student body to discuss their concerns regarding the increase in student fees from the new academic year 2021/2022.

As a result of these discussions, and further internal discussions, the increase in registration fees has been deferred to September 2022. Please note that as agreed to in the meeting with the student body that the fees will be gradually increased in increments over three (3) years as follows:

  • September 2022: Six Hundred Dollars ($600.00)
  • September 2023: Nine Hundred Dollars ($900.00)
  • September 2024: Twelve Hundred Dollars ($1200.00)

Please note that this fee will be applicable to all students, both new and returning.

In addition, plans for an enhanced Student Aid programme and a flexible payment plan are being developed to assist students.

I express my appreciation and thanks to the members of the Executive Student Guild for their willingness to collaborate with UTT’s management to ensure that the concerns of our valuable stakeholders, our students, are addressed.

I wish each of you a successful year ahead in your studies.

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Phishing Alert



To all Staff and Students:

We have received reports of staff members receiving an email with subject matter “View Attached Overdue Invoice” (or some other subject) that contains a hyperlink that when clicked on will take you to a phishing website and prompt you to enter your email address and password, as shown in the attached.....

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General Notices



We’re looking for participants for the Vybzing Regional Youth Outreach Programme, which takes place as part of the agenda for the Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB). This year Vybzing is being held from June 1-3, 2019 in Trinidad and Tobago under the theme: Youth-Led Innovation; Regional Transformation. (See hand-out for details)

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This is an opportunity tap attend a free online crash course in business strategy, specifically Blue Oceans, grappling how Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant, came about?

Participants will have access to the crash course on Canvas plus the article on the subject. Note that academics from different fields of study are welcome join and share their take on it as well.

The Crash Course includes:

• Articles in English;
• Videoclass;
• Certificate of participation corresponding to a 3-hour course.

You can register by clicking here.

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CCoTT 5 Part Series

Have Your Say - Meet the Candidate

  • Gender Equality for Inclusion and Representation
  • Manifesto vs Effective Policies and Laws

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Resumption of Library Drop Off and Pick Up Service

This is to advise that the Library Drop Off and Pick Up Service resumes from Monday 13th September, 2021 and is available daily from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. until further notice.  The service is available to all library users (students/staff) who wish to borrow loanable print books.

Items may be borrowed from and returned to any campus library:

  • Exception: RES items - these are to be returned to the library from which they were borrowed and may not be.

PROCEDURES FOR USING THE Book Drop Off and Pick Up Service.

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Launch of UTT Open Dialogue
The University launches UTT Open Dialogue to provide a forum whereby issues and
concerns of both staff and students can be addressed.
This highly interactive medium was designed as a platform to unreservedly engage the
Chairman and President. UTT Open Dialogue will include:
• Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs);
• Questions received electronically via the Intranet and Student Portal;
• Town Hall meetings;
• Newsletters.
All submissions will be addressed and receive timely and candid responses.
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Revision of the GATE Programme
Please be informed that with immediate effect, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago (GORTT) agreed to the following revision to the Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses (GATE) Programme.
Click here for more details.
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The Centre for Education Programmes department which is guided by the University and by the directives of the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (GORTT) will continue to be closed to students. The Administrative Office can be contacted as follows:
Virtual Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm
ALL Student Queries:
Corinth: 642-8888 ext. 28108 / 25011 / 21164
Valsayn: 642-8888 ext. 29123 / 21051 / 29113
Tobago: 642-8888 ext. 29114 / 29128
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let uStart Help you.

See flyer attached.

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Dear Students,
Following the announcement of the closure of all learning centres and the subsequent closure of the nation’s borders in March 2020, The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) swiftly pivoted to online learning, ensuring seamless continuity during the 2019/2020 academic year. Since then, the University has been working assiduously to prepare for the return of students, physically to their respective campuses....
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Shell NXplorers Programme

1. What is the cost to participate in the programme?

NXplorers is free of charge to all undergraduate students.

2. Do students need anything, in particular, to participate in the programme?

These online workshops require electronic device such as a laptop, cell phone or tablet with a good/stable internet connection.

3. Minimum requirements to participate in the programme

Undergraduate students attending UWI and UTT (no older than 25 years old) can participate and will be required to complete two (2) simple questionnaires administered at the beginning and end of the programme.......

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Digital Assessment Workshop
Register for the Digital Assessment Workshop: Wednesday March 24, 2021, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. via Zoom (link will be sent only to registrants).
Calling all UTT Instructors …

Digital Assessment continued

Already you have had the opportunity to attend THREE (3) workshops held by The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) on the following dates:

1. Thursday February 4, 2021
2. Thursday February 18, 2021
3. Thursday March 4, 2021

We continue to avail you of more information to digitally assess your students given their personal needs.

Deadline: Register by Monday March 22, 2021.

Thank you!

Date: Wednesday March 24, 2021
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Wherever you are via Zoom
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IET Trinidad and Tobago Local Network (IETTT LN) in collaboration with
IEEEPESTT/IEEETEMS/EDUTT invites you to a free Public Webinar titled:
“The expectations and elevation of engineering technicians and engineers in
industry, a Manager’s Perspective”
Target Group: Graduate Engineers, Technicians, Academics, Graduating Students and
others interested persons.
TUESDAY 4TH MAY, 2021 6:30PM- 8:30PM
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All staff and students are advised that all library fines will be waived for resources due from April 30th, 2021 until the University resumes onsite operations.  You will then be given an additional two weeks to return the items.

Brenda James

Ag. Chief University Librarian/Associate University Librarian, User Services

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National Health Research Conference 2021

It is a Call for Abstracts to be presented at the upcoming National Health Research Conference 2021 on Nov 18 and 19, 2021.

The theme for this year's conference is 'Building Research through Resilience in a Pandemic'. The conference organizers are inviting IRB approved research from postgraduate research students and faculty in all health areas.

Please note that research DOES NOT have to be consistent with the theme. All other relevant information is provided in the attached flyer.

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OAS – Government of Chile Scholarship and Training Project for CARICOM Countries

Scholarship Offer in Partnership with The University of Trinidad and Tobago

Available to Citizens of Trinidad and Tobago Only


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Call for Applications: Queen Elizabeth Scholarship (QES) for The University of Trinidad and Tobago – Ontario Tech University Exchange Programme

The University of Trinidad and Tobago and Ontario Tech University, Canada is inviting applications from post graduate students for the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship (QES) Programme.  The QES programme will allow for academic mobility in Canada for a minimum period of ninety (90) days.


The QES scholarship is made possible to our graduate students through UTT’s established partnership agreement with Ontario Tech University. (see attached for more details)

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Distance Learning Masters

We have an exciting new opportunity for students from the Caribbean to study a 2-year, distance learning Master’s with a Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarship (QECS). Fiji National University will be hosting an Interdisciplinary Master's in Climate Change Mitigation and Resilience, exclusively for students from the Caribbean. As a distance learning award, this is a new offering which will allow students to become climate change specialists from the comfort of their own home....(see attached for further details)

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The United States Embassy, Port of Spain invites you to attend: 

An information session on the U.S. Government's flagship Graduate Exchange Scholarship, The Fulbright Program. The Fulbright Foreign Student Program enables graduate students, young professionals and artists from abroad to study and conduct research in the United States. 

If you are interested in pursuing graduate study in the United States, join our virtual session for STUDENTS on Wednesday 17th March from 1:30pm- 2:15pm on Zoom using the following below. 


American Center, Trinidad and Tobago is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Fulbright Information Session with UTT Students
Time: March 17, 2021 01:30 PM America/Port_of_Spain
Join Zoom Meeting 

Meeting ID: 843 6352 1734 

Passcode: 495056 

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CCRIF now invites young Caribbean nationals to apply for an internship to work with a Caribbean organization in an area related to disaster risk management and climate change adaptation.
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CCRIF now invites Caribbean nationals to apply to its postgraduate scholarship programme for study at Caribbean and international universities.
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Student Evaluation Questionnaire

Benefits of the Student Evaluation
Questionnaire (SEQ)
It’s that time again when students are asked to rate their courses. The process of completing evaluations for all your courses can seem boring and sometimes feels like a waste of time. However, it’s important that students have a say about the quality of the instruction they get. Data from the SEQ can provide an excellent insight into the current effectiveness of an instructor and the courses they deliver. When student evaluations of teaching are done regularly, the quality of the educational experience improves for both the instructor and the students. ......
Here is a helpful video: click here
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Rating your courses using the Student Evaluation Questionnaire
The Student Evaluation Questionnaire (SEQ) is administered every semester to all students for each of their registered courses. All students are invited to anonymously rate each of their courses and help instructors improve their teaching. This semester the SEQ will be available from 08-30 April.
When student evaluations of teaching are done regularly, the quality of the educational experience improves for both the instructor and the students. Instructors learn about their strengths and weakness and can work harder to improve....
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Foundations and Prior Learning

Foundations and Prior Learning

Student Accounting

Dear Student,

In an effort to minimize inconvenience to you, our valued students, during the Registration period which commence Monday 19th August 2019, the students Accounting Units is requesting that all existing/returning students kindly read and follow the instructions contained in the attached memo.


Office of the Registrar

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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic as our nation works to minimize the spread of the virus and practices social distancing, the University remains closed at this time.
Until the University is reopened, Student Counselling Services (SCS) has had to adjust its normal modes of service delivery to offer Tele-Counselling Services (TCS). This is the practice of delivering counselling and consultation services via technology-assisted media or other electronic means between a counsellor and a student-client who are in two different locations.
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Attention:  All International Students – Procedure for Requesting Re-Entry Letters

As the university nears the end of our 2019/2020 1st Semester Year, we are aware that some of you are travelling home for the vacation period.  As such, upon return to Trinidad and Tobago you would be required to present a letter of re-entry to the immigration officers at the airport.  All requests for re-entry letters must be submitted by Friday 20th December, 2019 to the International Office at

All students are encouraged to submit your requests for re-entry letters at the earliest and to include your date of return to Trinidad.

We wish you a safe and enjoyable vacation and look forward to supporting you in the new academic year.


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Student Competition


Guidelines when using the UTT Logo:

  •  The logo should not be used with patterned backgrounds
  •  It should not be tilted
  •  The logo should be resized proportionately to avoid being stretched
  •  The words, "The University of Trinidad and Tobago" are part of the logo
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Postponement of the Presentation of Graduates 2020

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Presentation of Graduates Ceremonies 2020,
which was originally scheduled to take place on Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th
November, 2020 have been postponed.
The decision to postpone the Ceremonies was made subsequent to a survey conducted
by the University in collaboration with the Student Guild. The results of this survey
indicated that the majority of students preferred a face-to-face ceremony.
Notwithstanding the deferred Ceremonies, certificates will be completed and made
available for students’ collection, from December 01, 2020. Graduands are asked to
visit the Student Portal from November 01, 2020 to indicate their preferred method of
receipt of Certificates.
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