Three Jamaicans are among the top recipients of the much-coveted Erasmus Mundus scholarship for 2015. The trio will pursue their Masters degrees this September. The scholarships cover tuition fees, a travel/installation contribution, insurance, a monthly subsistence allowance, and administration costs. Additionally, the programme offers an invaluable exchange allowing participants to study in more than one partner country.
The awardees are Kim Lee Campbell, Nicole Ennis and Tami Palmer, the Observer reports.
Kim Lee, a graduate of the Edna Manley School of the Visual and Performing Arts, with a BFA Degree in Dance Performance and Choreography, has been offered a scholarship to pursue a two-year International Master in Dance Knowledge, Practice and Heritage. She will begin her course at the NORGES TEKNISK-NATURVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET NTNU in Norway.
Nicole Ennis, who holds a first degree in biology from Yale University in the United States, will pursue a Master in Quality in Analytical Laboratories starting at the POLITECHNIKA GDANSKA in Poland.
Lastly, Tami, who holds a BSc in Land Surveying and Geographic Information Sciences from the University of Technology, will move on to studies in the same field with a Masters of Science in Geospatial Technologies starting at the UNIVERSITAT JAUME I DE CASTELLON in Spain.