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An estimated 14,500 students are preparing to sit the annual end of semester examinations over a two-week period at USP. Laucala Campus will host the majority of these students with an estimate of 290 courses and five venues. The University’s Semester I Examinations will be held from 15 to 26 June 2009. Semester II will commence on 27 July.



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14,500 students expected to sit examinations - 12 Jun 2009 01:02:23 pm
Students prepare for end of semester examinations at USP. ... More »


Terry Michael - 27 May 2009 02:49:28 pm
 The School of Governance and Development Studies, in partnership with the American Embassy and the School of Language, Arts and Media and the Division of Politics and I... More »


Student Poets SLAM it next - 16 May 2009 11:13:31 am
The Pacific Writing Forum of the School of Language Arts & Media is gearing up to host one of the best competitive poetry slams this semester at Laucala Campus. The USP student community will be given the freedom to work in any... More »


Coordinator of UCSIS visits USP - 13 May 2009 01:23:08 pm
The University was pleased to receive a visit today from Dr David Smith, Coordinator for the University Consortium of Small Island States (UCSIS). UCSIS was founded to enhance the capacity of graduate education institutions in small ... More »


New Strength and Conditioning equipment for Atheletes - 11 May 2009 02:37:44 pm
The USP Fitness Centre now boasts an additional feature to its state of the art facilities at the Laucala Campus. The new Strength and Conditioning room now houses 11 multi-purpose platform/combo racks with bench, incline, squat, scrum, tackle and... More »


'TINAQU' Production - A tribute to mothers - 7 May 2009 10:27:02 am
The Oceania Centre for Arts, Culture and Pacific Studies staged ‘TINAQU’, a production about Pacific Women’s voices against violence against women to a captivated audience at the AusAid theatre space last night. The production ‘TINA... More »


Eat right, urges expert - 4 May 2009 05:28:33 pm
People of the Pacific have been encouraged to eat more healthy and nutritious food to avoid malnutrition, stated Professor Dyno Keatinge at a public lecture at Alafua Campus last week. Professor Keatinge is the Director General of ... More »


Agricultural education: Key to region's future - 1 May 2009 05:54:27 pm
The education systems in the Pacific need to be more innovative and proactive in the teaching of agriculture if countries are to successfully face the many food and economic challenges that lie ahead. At the last Agriculture and Forests regional... More »


NZAID Supports USP Governance and Management Project - 29 Apr 2009 10:21:37 am
In 2007 the USP Council and management decided that a comprehensive USP Governance and Management Enhancement & Strengthening (GMES) Project was required to position USP to meet the overarching goals of quality and relevance and the focus a... More »


World Resources Institute and the Institute of Marine Resources Host a Regional Workshop on Reefs at Risk - 27 Apr 2009 12:13:54 pm
The World Resources Institute (WRI), in collaboration with the International Coral Reef Action Network (ICRAN), The University of the South Pacific Institute of Marine Resources, and the Coral Reef Initiative for the South Pacific (CRISP), host... More »


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