UPNG Vice-Chancellor confirms starting an open college university centre in Honiara from July
Prof Hynes said the centre would provide initially certificate in tertiary and community studies (CTCS) courses, and then from 2008, the centre would provide diploma and degree courses.
Mr Sogavare and UPNG Vice-Chancellor Prof Ross Hynes cutting the cake during lunch last Saturday at UPNG’s Drill Hall. The lunch was with UPNG and PAU Solomon Islands staff and students. [pic: National]
“We (UPNG) would do our best to assist Solomon Islands in tertiary education,” he said.
Mr Sogavare also encouraged Solomon Islands students at UPNG and Pacific Adventist University to be good ambassadors while in PNG, and must provide the leadership needed in their country after graduation.
Prof Hynes hosted a lunch for Mr Sogavare last Saturday at the Waigani campus Drill Hall.
After a two week official visit to Taiwan, Mr Sogavare spent Saturday in Port Moresby during which he attended a church service at the Sogavare Memorial SDA church at Gerehu with his wife Emmy, reuniting with his family and the Solomon Islands community including Solomon Islands students at UPNG Waigani and Taurama campuses, and the Pacific Adventist University (PAU). Mr Sogavare and his delegation arrived in Honiara yesterday.
Source: PNG National