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Paving Future For Students

The University of the South Pacific has one mission at its Open Day this year – to ensure that students make wise decisions about their future education. The Faculty of
05 Aug 2015 11:56
Paving Future For Students
A high risk accident site at the Samabula junction. Traffic lights are now fitted with three traffic cameras. Photo: Ronald Kumar

The University of the South Pacific has one mission at its Open Day this year – to ensure that students make wise decisions about their future education.

The Faculty of Arts, Law and Education (FALE) will play out that mission during the Open Day on Friday, August 7.

Associate Dean, Donald Bruce Yeates, said the faculty was diverse in their work across the region.

“There will be exciting tours from all the schools in our faculty,” Associate Dean, Donald Bruce Yeates said.

“We really want to ensure that we are giving parents, guardians and the students themselves, the information that is necessary to be able to plan ahead for future education and careers that students want to develop. The faculty is diverse in our work across the region,” Dr Yeates said.

Faculty executive officer Kapil Nandan said they were expecting students from the different schools in the faculty to assist staff members at the event. He said it was much more effective when students associated themselves with other students of the same level.

The Faculty of Arts, Law and Education will be divided into five different display stations – school of education, school of social sciences, school of law, school of language, arts and media, and the Oceania Centre for arts, culture and pacific studies.

The theme for this year’s USP Open Day is “USP – Shaping Your Future”.

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