Academic Faculties

Offering a Wide Range of Academic Programs

Lead Institute has a number of different faculties that are responsible for the delivery of its wide range of full and part-time courses. Our subjects designed to help you learn and develop new skills, and to reach your career goals.

Faculty of Arts: Humanities

Faculty of Arts: Humanities

Leadership through Excellence in Teaching and Mentorship.

Our faculty members understand, believe in, and implement methodologies, techniques, and classroom management styles that are skills-based, student-centered, communicative, and interactive.

Our key focus is to ensure that every member of every department is constantly examining the way in which they teach in order to ensure the very best educational experience for our pupils.

Our academic faculties contain a broad range of teachers from diverse backgrounds, all of whom bring some form of subject specialism or unique experience to their respective departments.

Important Dates

Application for admissions must be filed with Lead Institute by the following deadlines:

  • Priority Deadline: Jul 31st
  • Regular Deadline: Aug 31st
  • Late Registration: Sep 30th
CSEC Remedial Courses
  • English
    The English course explores receptively and expressively three core literary modes, Drama, Poetry, and Prose Fiction, to become aware of the many functions and purposes of language.
  • Mathematics
    The Mathematics syllabus explains general and unifying concepts that facilitate the study of Mathematics as a coherent subject rather than as a set of unrelated topics.
  • Accounts
    The Accounts syllabus helps students to develop skills and a general understanding of a range of theoretical and practical techniques used in accounting.
  • Economics
    The Economics Syllabus introduces relevant economic concepts and principles that will provide the foundation necessary for a proper understanding of how economies work.
  • Chemistry
    The CSEC Chemistry Syllabus allows students to work individually and with others in practical, field and interactive activities that are related to theoretical concepts.
  • Biology
    Biology seeks to understand the organisation of the organic world. The Syllabus places greater emphasis on the application of scientific concepts and principles.
  • Physics
    Physics is a fundamental scientific discipline and is concerned with systems, laws, models, principles and theories that explain the physical behaviour of our world.
  • Geography
    The Geography Syllabus is organised under four main sections, namely, Map Reading and Field Study; Natural Systems; Human Systems and Human-Environment Systems.


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