The Cayman Islands have excellent schools, from preschools through to university level. Government, Private, Special Needs and Faith-based curriculums are all available. Most of Cayman’s high schools follow the CXC (Caribbean Examinations Council) curriculum, roughly equivalent to the English GCSE, and also offer a range of other external examinations to meet all ability levels, including IGCSE (the international version of the GCSE), International Baccalaureate, Pitman's and City and Guilds.
If you are looking to complete your post-secondary education in a relaxed picturesque setting you may want to think about coming to Cayman. The International College of the Cayman Islands, University College of the Cayman Islands and University of the West Indies are all internationally certified and accept overseas applicants and St. Matthew’s School of Veterinary Medicine is a popular choice of overseas applicants as its location in the Cayman Islands allows students to gain exposure to many exotic animal species, including marine turtles, iguanas, tropical birds and fish. If you come here for school the only problem you will face is how to get all of your homework done without being distracted by all of the natural beauty and activities that Cayman has to offer.
The Chamber’s Professional Development & Training Centre holds half-day, full-day and two-day workshops in accounting, management, sales, office administration and customer service (to name a few) which are geared toward providing attendees with clear, concise and pertinent information which can be implemented immediately.
Scholarships and other learning opportunities are available and the Careers, Education and Training Expo is just one of the ways the Chamber ensures a well-educated and vibrant workforce in the future.