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Open day highlights courses on offer at USP

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Update: 11:00AM THE University of the South Pacific's Lautoka Campus will host an open day at Churchill Parks carnival grounds on Friday.

Lautoka City Council CEO Jone Nakauvadra and divisional education officer Western Lorima Voravora will feature as key note speakers.

 An evening session at 5:30pm will focus on working students. Key note speakers for this session  are Rajneesh Charan, the Fiji Sugar Corporations ITS Manager and Aisake Cabemaiwai, the special projects manager for South Sea Cruises.

 Opened by Luke Moroivalu, the acting Commissioner Western, the event will provide an opportunity for aspiring students to see courses available to them.

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