International Student Support: From the extensive networking in higher education in both regions, TSCC welcomed its first international candidate, as an accepted student of the Centre for Language Learning, The University of the West Indies, pursuing English language. TSCC provided support in application, enrolment, registration, accommodations, immigration and acclimatization for the incoming student. This project shows immense potential in impacting the education landscape in Trinidad and Tobago, as international student recruitment from KSA can augment foreign revenue earnings in education locally, especially as the KSA is known for administering the largest government scholarship programme in the world. Bilateral flows of students can also lead to formal, structured student exchange programmes and other joint projects.
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