The Student Academic Services (SAS) is the first point of contact for anyone wanting to study at USP. Any general student enquiries including admissions, courses, registrations, cross credits, online registration and ID cards are handled by SAS.
We are now in the Orientation Week for new students that have been admitted (Admission) and registered (Registration) into their programme of study. During Orientation Week, SAS will brief new students on the importance of completing the Enrolment Process properly before classes start and assist with other general matters. Enrolment for Semester I is open. New and resuming students wishing to study this semester are still welcome to apply.
How to apply for admission
You can apply by completing the online application or by completing a paper form. Online application can be accessed by visiting: www.usp.ac.fj/apply. Applications can also be submitted manually. Application forms are available from the following sites:
* Online at www.usp.ac.fj/forms;
* Student Academic Services, Laucala Campus (Level 1,
Communications Building); or
* A USP campus near you.
New and resuming students are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the following guidelines before submitting an application for Admission to study at USP and importantly for the quick process of their applications.
You are considered a new student if you have not studied at any USP campus before.
You are required to submit an 'Application for Admission to an Undergraduate Programme' or an 'Application for Admission to a Postgraduate Programme' form to the campus where you want to study.
You are considered a resuming student if you had registered for courses at USP in an earlier semester but did not continue. You are required to submit an 'Application for Admission to an Undergraduate Programme' or an 'Application for Admission to a Postgraduate Programme' form to the campus where you want to study.
Before you submit any form to USP, please check that:
* you meet the admission criteria for the programme for which you are applying;
* your qualifications (formal and non-formal) and work experience are clearly stated;
* you have included all the certified documentary evidence required to support your application;
* you have passed the prerequisites for any course for which you are applying; and
* you have clearly indicated your correct postal and telephone contact details so that you can be advised promptly of the outcome of your application.
Applications for Admission close: 20 February 2013.