University of South Pacific
The University of the South Pacific, as one of two regional universities in the world, is supported by 12 Pacific Island Countries- Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
This regional composition of the staff and students, augmented by colleagues and students from outside the Pacific region, gives the university a healthy diversity of nationalities, religions, cultures, ethnic groups and languages. This diversity enriches the educational experience at USP and contributes towards lifelong friendships and connections within the region and internationally.
USP since inception has been committed to fulfilling the challenge of providing the highest possible quality of education and research while addressing the changing circumstances and needs of the Pacific region. While we are pleased to be regarded as a good example of successful regional cooperation and as a respected tertiary education provider, we recognize that we must continue to be a dynamic institution responsive to regional and global developments.
Area of study: All field of study are available.
University of Fiji
The University of Fiji was established by the Arya Pratinidhi Sabha of Fiji to provide high quality, affordable higher education to students who had no access to other tertiary institutions. The University’s objectives include providing higher education relevant to Fiji’s needs, but within a global framework and to support Fiji’s development as a sustainable, peaceful, inclusive and progressive society committed to good governance. The Ministry of Education and the University have signed an MOU to provide a framework for the relationship between the Government and The University of Fiji until an Act is passed to provide a complete legislative framework for the University.
The University of Fiji has entered into arrangements with a number of universities to ensure international recognition of its qualifications and to encourage joint research and publications, including the University of Canberra,University of Waikato and the University of New England. The University offers programmes through its Schools at the Certificate, Diploma, Undergraduate Degree and Postgraduate levels in disciplines such as Accounting, Economics, Management, Computing Science, Information Technology, Mathematics and Language and Literature. In 2007, a Masters in Educational Leadership programme, and studies in Fijian Language and Culture were introduced. In 2008, the University introduced MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) and LLB (Bachelor of Laws) degrees and Hindi Language and Culture. In 2016, a Masters programme in Renewable Energy Management was introduced under the School of Science.
Fiji National University
FNU was established in 2010 with the following objectives: to promote scholarship, research, free inquiry, academic excellence, and trade competence and in this process create, disseminate, maintain, and advance knowledge and productivity by teaching, training and other means, for the welfare and needs of the communities of Fiji and those from any other overseas communities who may wish to receive tertiary education. The University shall be concerned with education and training at the post-secondary levels, including technical and vocational education and training, consistent with international standards of teaching, research, and other academic activities in institutions styled as institutions of higher learning.
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