Education System in Cayman Islands
Secondary education takes a further 6 years and is available from 3 State schools, and from a variety of private ones representing either the American or the British system. An initiative is in place to transform high schools into project learning centers, where students build their knowledge in small academies where relations with teachers are more intimate.
Vocational and adult education opportunities are also excellent. The Cayman Island government provides facilities for special education, training for the disabled, and education for juvenile offenders. The University College provides a range of vocational training opportunities, while there are numerous State adult education programs too.
The University College on Grand Cayman offers associate degrees and a variety of evening classes, in addition to its vocational training programs. As such it is the hub of the post-secondary system.
The Cayman Law School established in 1991 on the same island and illustrated here, presents a 3-year bachelor of law degree in association with the University of Liverpool, a 5-year attorney-at-law course meeting Cayman Island standards, and a diploma in legal studies. There are no plans to extend its academic program.