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USP enrolment road shows begin in the North

LUISA QIOLEVU
Saturday, January 13, 2018

Update: 2:32PM ENROLMENT road shows for the University of the South Pacific (USP) began this morning across Vanua Levu, with teams based in Savusavu and Labasa.

USP executive director Hasmukh Lal said the road shows provided potential students with the opportunity to seek academic advice about courses and programs at USP and learn about enrolment requirements and to register for the new academic year. 

"The road shows are a part of the university's efforts to ensure that information about its programs and courses are more readily available every year," he said.

"Students also receive face-to-face counselling on the various pathways they can take to reach their desired goals for higher education and our main highlight for this year is that we will be offering all our International recognised program in all our centres and our main focus on the students here in the North."

The road show will go on for a week and will end on the February 13.

Similar road shows will be held in Nadi, Lautoka, Ba and Navua and Nausori.








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