Although a relatively small territory, Anguilla does offer a few learning opportunities to international students. The Valley, Anguilla’s capital, is home to one campus belonging to the University of the West Indies, which offers several courses ranging from Business and Economics to Arts. If you’re interested in learning if and how you could study at this university for one semester or two, check with your local institution to see if there are any exchange programmes. In some cases, you might even obtain a scholarship to fund your stay in Anguilla. If you plan on working during your stay in the territory, you should know that the campus there helps students organize their schedule so that they can both attend classes and go to work. Anguilla is also home to a vocational school that trains students in music, hotel administration, economics, or creative arts.
As boat racing is extremely popular in the region, you can enrol in a programme that will teach you the ropes of sailing. In addition, you can also search for a scuba diving or snorkelling class.
British citizens do not require a visa to enter Anguilla, but all other international citizens should check with a local embassy for a full list of requirements for a student visa.