How many universities can a small island have?

Unlimited! Doing a rather specific search on google (+dominica +university) reveals the following: European-American University is “a fully private institution and a genuine alternative to traditional universities. “The University grants degrees by virtue of historic common law precedent deriving from its incorporation. It is not under the control or funding of any government ministry of education and is not accredited by any external body, nor plans to seek such accreditation.” There there’s Capitol University, Ambassador University Corporation (Copthall) European-American University (Copthall), and American International University (also at 8 Copthall). I’ve also discovered St Linus University, Paramount University, Newton Hills University of Science & Technology. In fact 8 Copthall is the address of CCP – Caribbean Citizenship Programme. There’s a new kid on the block: New World University. This one operates from (or is at least registered at) a lawyers office on the corner of Old St across from the Old Market. Update: we now have the Board of Quality Standards, also operating from a lawyer’s office on Old Street. As is the Institute of Chartered Professionals. Both of these seem to be part of Ballsbridge University or Ballsbridge University, (not to be confused with the Ballsbridge College of Further Education near Dublin) accredited by the Govt of Dominica. Funny how none of them show you a photo of their...