Campuses

Kingston Campus:
At this location you will find the Office of the Principal, Admissions, Student Affairs and the Registrar.
Functions that are carried out at the Office of the Principal and Registrar include:

  • Oversees all day to day activities of the institution.
  • Implement and coordinate new polices to facilitate student’s growth and learning.
  • Supervises all recording, maintaining and reporting of student records.
  • Organize and administer the records and transcript evaluations of students
  • Supervise the coordination, evaluation and certification of all graduation applications, while overseeing the complete graduation process.
  • Ensure that students have a safe learning environment while at the institution.

Functions that are carried out at our Admissions Office include:

  • Analyze the applications of prospective students based on standard admission policies.
  • Interview students to understand their objectives and background.
  • Provide clarifications to student’s queries in a professional manner.
  • Follow-up with students for any enquiries through direct meetings, phone calls and emails.
  • Advise students about the programs offered, admission procedure and eligibility
  • Provide assistance to the students to complete enrolment forms
  • Inform students about the courses offered and the tuition fees.
  • Arrange orientation programs, educational workshops and graduation programs for students.

Functions that are carried out at our Student Affairs Office include:

  • Engage students in active learning.
  • Help students develop coherent values and ethical standards.
  • Sets and communicates high expectations for student learning.
  • Uses systematic inquiry to improve student and institutional performance.
  • Ensure that the rules and regulations of the school are upheld by all students; discipline students who fail to meet such standards.

Address:
32 Hope Road,
Kingston 10, 
(on the Liberty Academy site)
Tel: (876) 396-7725 (Cell)/ 630-1084/ 577-8868 (Landlines)
Email: support@iirq.org

 

Skyline Campus:
Our Skyline Campus is home to our Culinary Arts program.  Our Culinary Arts staff takes a personalized approach to every student’s learning experience to guarantee personalized, hands-on attention. Our state of the art culinary lab allows for live demonstrations and immediate participation from the students.

Address:
Skyline Shopping Centre
Shop # 14 (Upstairs)
37-39 Gordon Town Road,
Kingston 6.

 

Montego Bay Campus:
At this location you will find the office of Admissions and Student Affairs.
Functions that are carried out at our Admissions Office include:

  • Analyze the applications of prospective students based on standard admission policies.
  • Interview students to understand their objectives and background.
  • Provide clarifications to student’s queries in a professional manner.
  • Follow-up with students for any enquiries through direct meetings, phone calls and emails.
  • Advice students about the programs offered, admission procedure and eligibility
  • Provide assistance to the students to complete enrolment forms
  • Inform students about the courses offered and the tuition fees.
  • Arrange orientation programs, educational workshops and graduation programs for students.

Functions that are carried out at our Student Affairs Office include:

  • Engage students in active learning.
  • Help students develop coherent values and ethical standards.
  • Sets and communicates high expectations for student learning.
  • Uses systematic inquiry to improve student and institutional performance.
  • Ensure that the rules and regulations of the school are upheld by all students; discipline students who fail to meet such standards.

Address:
Overton Plaza, Shop #13
49 Union Street,
Montego Bay, St. James.
Tel: (876) 288-6577 (Cell)/ 630- 0385 (Landline)
Email: saa.mb@iirq.org
  

 

Office Hours:
Mondays- Thursdays: 8:30am- 5:00pm & Fridays: 8:30am- 4:30pm
Saturdays- Sundays: CLOSED
Public Holidays: CLOSED