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Uni enrolment drive a success

Nanise Loanakadavu
Sunday, January 20, 2013

WITH education branded as the passport to the future, the University of the South Pacific (USP) is coming out of its comfort zone to provide the best services to its students.

This after the university provided a convenient location in the Capital City for their enrolment drive — the Ivi Triangle.

Marketing and communications manager Salome Tukuafu said similar programs would be provided in the Western and Northern divisions. She said for the past three weeks they had received positive feedback not only from students but also from parents who wanted to understand more about their child's choice of program.

Ms Tukuafu said the enrolment drive would continue until semester one begins next month.

"Concerned parents raised some concerns which were addressed by the staff," she added.

Ms Tukuafu said they also advised potential students on the subjects they needed to study in secondary school so they could take up the relevant program when they entered USP. She said the number of people who visited them continued to increase for the past three weeks.

Ms Tukuafu urged members of the public who wished to join USP to take advantage of their services.





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