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  • The Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business in partnership with Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited held its second Annual Energy Lecture Series on the 12th August, 2015 at the school’s Mt. Hope Campus. This year’s theme, “Platform for the Transformation of the Energy Sector”, featured as the key speaker Senator the Honourable Kevin Ramnarine, Minister of Energy and Energy Affairs with remarks from Astor Harris, Vice President Operations, Phoenix Park Gas Processors Ltd. The key topic discussed was Clean and Efficient Energy in Trinidad and Tobago and the region.

  • A contract for the conduct of an Impact Assessment of the Trinidad and Tobago Telecommunications and Broadcasting Sectors for the period 2010-2014 was signed between the Telecommunication Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (the Authority) and UWI-Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business (UWI-ALJGSB) on Tuesday 14th July 2015.

  • International leadership speaker and bestselling author, Fawn Germer addressed over 300 of Trinidad and Tobago’s leading women at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business’ biennial Women in Leadership Conference 2015 on Wednesday July 8th 2015. Themed Insights from Great Contemporary Women, the conference was held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

  • A summary of an amazing event: Fawn Germer with powerful panelists Libby Gill, Silvia Penados, Anabella Ruiz de Freeman and Sharon Christopher


Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business

ALJGSB-Brochure-June-2013-WebWe have been the premiere graduate school of business in Trinidad and Tobago for more that 20 years, and now, we adopt a new challenge: to become the premiere business education institution of the world. To this end, we are aggressively pursuing the goal to become the first Caribbean educational institution to hold the 'triple crown' of business school accreditation. 

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Alumni Testimonials

  • Rachel A Persad"Doing the IMBA at Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business was one of the best decisions that I made early in my life since it has positively impacted both my personal and professional development. To complete this programme required perseverance, fortitude, time management and the passion to thrive no matter what the circumstances. These are critical success factors that I have since adopted in all aspects of my life."

    Rachel A. Persad
    IMBA 2006

  • Sherrard"The EMBA program provided me with the practical application of theory, changed my business outlook and structured my thinking process. It helped me to develop the right managerial tools to identify problems, analyze situations and formulate appropriate strategies for problem solving. The program gave me the necessary education and confidence for my current career challenge of managing an entire company."

    Mr. Sherrard Spiers
    EMBA, 2002
    Managing Director
    Power Up Rental Equipment, LLC
    Port of Spain, Trinidad

  • Gizel-Thomas-Roberts"The most challenging two years of my life, but the most rewarding. The Lok Jack experience allows for exponential increases in self-confidence and self-assertion and contributes to shaping a well-rounded individual. Lok Jack GSB... a place built by leaders for leaders... a must- have post-graduate experience."

    Gizel Thomas-Roberts
    IMBA 2006-2009
    Environmental Commission of Trinidad and Tobago

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