The Marshall Islands Campus of USP offers a wide range of academic programs and
courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well as a number of
diploma and certificate level courses.
These are one-on-one courses, with resident teachers or visiting teachers, while its
advanced communication technologies include its own satellite Internet connection,
called USPNet, which is used for live tutorials.
Students at the Marshall Islands Campus of USP will gain diplomas, certificates or
degrees in a wide range of fields, making them human resources who will
contribute socially, intellectually, and economically to the development and
wellbeing of RMI.
The majority of students enrolled at the Marshall Islands Campus of USP are from Majuro
and Ebeye, but the university is steadily increasing its availability to the outer islands,
with students from many atolls, including Namu, Ujae, Aur, Jaluit, and Likiep, taking part in courses.
To find out what courses USP's Marshall Islands Campus currently has on offer,
email the Academic Programs Director, Yolanda McKay at: mckay_y(at)usp.ac.fj