Universite Quiskeya In Haiti
The Universite Quiskeya was founded by uniQ Brief in 1988. Since its beginning in 1990, the Universite Quiskeya has proven, again and again, its training quality and dynamism. Over years the university has proven its professionalism and reliability. The training includes two cycles of instructions. The Universite Quiskeya has six faculties which offer 7 Master's Degree Program(s), 16 Certificate Program(s) and 16 Undergraduate Program(s) so that the immediate needs of the population can be met. As mentioned, the training courses cover two instruction cycles. The first cycle allows the enrolled students to attain a license or certificate and the second cycle allow them to obtain a Master's Degree or a Doctorate.
The Universite Quiskeya offers bachelors and masters degrees in Health Sciences, Education, Law and Political Science, Engineering and Architecture, Management and Economics and Agriculture and Evironment.
The Universite Quiskeya was granted $914,000 grant from Clinton Bush Haiti Fund in December 2011. The money was granted to the Port-au-Prince campus. The Universite Quiskeya is known for rendering a wide range of services for business development that include analyst and local consultant training, business assistance for those businesses that move from informal to formal economy as well as advanced managerial training. The center is known for providing technical knowledge and training to business people. Aspiring entrepreneurs, business leaders and senior executives can access an array of different resources and can benefit from case studies and workshops. The fund granted by the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is a part of the mission to support growing and small businesses and allow the officials to obtain the critical management skills so that the business environment can be improved.
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