Once you have been offered a place in a program, you will need to make a decision about the courses for which you wish to register. While USP is aware that you may wish to seek, on arrival, academic advice about which courses you should do (especially if you are also applying for cross credits), we ask that you choose at least three undergraduate (or two postgraduate) courses in the meantime. Your course choices at this stage are not binding, but the calculation of your tuition fees will initially be based on these choices. Any subsequent change to the courses you register for may result in either a refund or a further invoice.
International students' tuition fees are not subsidized by the member governments of the University of the South Pacific, so students must pay the full costs of their courses. This year's prices are listed in the fees schedule, but there may be a small increase in prices for next year. The following year's fees are generally posted on the USP Website in October after they have been approved by the University's Council.