For Current Students

USP Fee Payment Arrangements

The Academic Honesty Policy is designed to inform and provide guidance to students on the issue of academic honesty at the university and is applicable to any student that is enrolled for a USP course or thesis as part of a USP academic programme. Please ensure you familiarise yourself with this important policy

After you have successfully registered for your trimester course(s) you will be able to access your course materials via your Moodle account.

If you are unable to access your course lecture notes from Moodle you should cross check your registration under your SOLs account and ensure that your course status under your ACTIVE REGISTRATIONS is APPROVED. 

The Graduate School of Business (GSB) has three (3) discussion rooms available for students to use during the trimester.  Discussion rooms are available for booking at the following times:

Weekdays – 8:30am – 11pm

Weekends: 9am – 6pm

Public Holidays: closed

The following procedures must be adhered to by all registered GSB students in the booking of the School’s Discussion rooms during the trimester.

1.       Bookings can be made via email or in person to the following persons:

  • After 4pm during weekdays and 10am – 6pm during the weekends  – Student Lab Assistants on duty (in person only)
  • Mere Williame – 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday via email at mba@usp.ac.fj

2.    Depending on the room availability, the person requesting the booking will be required to confirm the name of the group member              who will be signing off the log book at the main office.

3.    Designated student will need to produce his /her valid student ID card before signing the log book. The student will be responsible            for any equipment used and ensure that the room is neat and tidy before leaving.

4.     Each student group is only permitted 2 hour slot per day and are not permitted to block book for longer. Request for additional                   booking after 2 hours will only be permitted if there is no other booking for the same venue. This ensures that all students have                   equal access.

5.     Booking for rooms can only be done up till 7 days in advance. Depending on the availability rooms can be booked on the same day            or just before the session.

6.     Confirmed booking will be held for 30 minutes. Should no one show up to sign, the room will be given to the next group.

7.     Students who have booked the room must notify the Student Lab Assistant on duty before leaving the room.

8.     Student Lab Assistant on duty will ensure that booking times are kept and will close the room after the booking time.

9.    Eating and drinking is not allowed in the discussions rooms.

Vinaka,
GSB Management.

As an official trimester student, you are required to register your courses each trimester. In order to do this, you will need to access your Student Online Services (SOLS) account to view the current trimester courses available for you to register, under your approved programme.

UNSURE ON HOW TO GO ABOUT THIS?

Do not worry, the Online Registration User Manual  (Download) (size: 732KB) provides you with a step by step guide on how to successfully register a course  or View How to Register Online via YouTube

Point to Note: It is advisable that you read information provided under Campus Teaching Plan and Important Dates to confirm which courses are available to you at your respective campus and the last date for you to add and drop a course(s) for each trimester.

Find out more information on your programme, courses and USP regulations.

Click here to view the USP Handbook and Calendar

18 locker compartments are available for hire at the Graduate School of Business Common room. Locker hire is $20 (non-refundable) for a trimester. You will be required to provide your own padlock to secure your belongings. Interested students must be current registered trimester students to be eligible to hire a locker.

Hiring of a Locker Compartment

•    Students must be registered for GSB courses in the current trimester to be eligible to hire a locker.
•    Students must see Mere at the main office and present their USP Student ID card in person to obtain a locker compartment number.
•    Students will be issued a manual invoice of FJ$20.00 by the office. Payment for the locker must be made at the School’s finance section, the payment receipt of which must be submitted to Mere before signing up and being assigned a locker.
•    The School will not be responsible for any lost items from the lockers.
•    The School will not reserve any locker for students. Locker compartments will be given on a “first come, first serve basis”.
•    Cancellation of a locker hire MUST be done within 24 hours of hiring. Failure to do so we incur the full hiring charge.

Rules on the Use of the Locker Compartment

•    The hirer shall allow the School to conduct any repair or maintenance work on the locker compartment as and when the School deems it to be necessary. The hirer must within 3 days of notification unlock the compartment and remove all items from the compartment for the period stipulated in the notification.
•    The hirer shall inform the School’s main office immediately when the locker compartment is in need of repair. The hirer shall not attempt to repair the compartment himself or herself, or permit any person other than whomever the University has authorized to carry out the repair.
•    The hirer shall not place or affix any stickers, posters, notices or the like on any part of the locker compartment. He or she shall not in any way deface or vandalize the compartment. The hirer shall exercise due care in the use of the locker compartment. The cost of repair for any damage to the compartment due to mischief or negligence on the part of the student shall be borne fully by the hirer.

Lost Keys

•    The hirer is to contact the School’s main office should they lose their locker key. Details of the hirer will be checked prior to authorizing security to cut the padlock
•    Cutting of the padlock is to be made by Elite Locksmith (approved School locksmith) only. The hirer may contact Elite locksmith staff on 9271353 to cut the lock. The cost of cutting shall be borne by the hirer and not the school. Hirer will pay directly to the Elite Locksmith.
•    Note any charges for after office hours service will be borne by the hirer.

Expiration of Hire Period

•    The hiring period shall end on the Friday of the last week of final trimester exams. The hirer shall unlock the locker and remove all items from the locker prior to this date. The School will remove any items left in the locker after this period. NO compensation will be made for loss of items left behind in the locker after the hire period has expired.
•    No refund will be given to any student for non-use of locker for the duration of the trimester.

GSB Management
04 January 2023

Trimester I 2023 Exam schedules:

  • Mid term schedule
    • Students are to check with the respective course coordinators
    • Regional campus students are to check with the Course Facilitators
  • Final Examination schedule
    • Trimester I 2023  – IP 
    • Regional campus students are to check with the Course Facilitators

The facility opening/closing time is as follows. Also during Public Holidays the timetable will be as below. Notification of any temporary changes in opening/closing time of these rooms will be emailed to current students at GSB.

 

During Trimester

During Trimester Break

ROOMS

Weekdays

Weekends

Weekdays

Weekends

Computer Lab 1

8am – 12am (midnight)

9am – 12am (midnight)

8am – 4:30pm

Closed

Computer Lab 2

8am – 12am (midnight)

9am – 12am (midnight)

Closed

Closed

GSB Conference Room

8am – 4.30pm

Closed

Closed

Closed

Lecture Room 1

8am – 12am (midnight)

8am – 12am (midnight)

Closed

Closed

Lecture Room 3 (Resource Centre)

8am – 11pm

9am- 7pm

Closed

Closed

Discussion Rooms

8am – 11pm

9am- 7pm

Closed

Closed

Common Room (B206)

8am – 12am (midnight)

9am – 12am (midnight)

8am – 4:30pm

Closed

MBA Reception

8am – 4:30pm

Closed

8am – 4:30pm

Closed

Note: Public Holidays – As per normal days above.

Ensure that you familiarize yourself with the courses you should register and the pre-requisites for each course in your programme, in order to successfully complete your programme requirements.

The Student Grievance Policy is designed to inform and provide guidance to students on the issue of academic honesty at the university and is applicable to any student that is enrolled for a USP course or thesis as part of a USP academic programme. Please ensure you familiarize yourself with this important policy

Regional and international students are advised to read and familiarize themselves with the standard Immigration requirements before submitting Study Permit applications

GSB Text Book List 2023

 

Note: Cook Islands, Kiribati, Solomons and Tuvalu students are requested to cross check with their respective campus to order your textbooks.

Procedures for Purchasing Textbooks – Lautoka students only

Students based in Lautoka must note the following procedure in purchasing their prescribed textbooks:

  1. Deposit cost of textbook with Westpac Bank using the following details. Ensure that courier delivery charge of $5.00 is added to cost of the textbook:
    • Bank: Westpac Bank Branch: USP Service Centre A/c Name: USP BOOK CENTRE A/c # : 9801283335
  2. Note your name and student ID in the narration section of the deposit slip
  3. Once payment is done with the bank, fax or scan an e-copy of your stamped payment butt with your delivery address and phone contact to fax # 3231547or email rajeshree.sundarlal@usp.ac.fj. Students can also call Minal (679) 3232500 once you have faxed your details.

Lautoka Students 

Students based at the USP Lautoka campus are requested to liaise directly with Ms. Arti Archana arti.archana@usp.ac.fj at the campus for details on purchasing procedures for the textbooks.

Labasa Students

Students based in Labasa are requested to liaise directly with Mr Ahemad Shah ahemad.shah@usp.ac.fj at the campus for details on purchasing procedures for textbooks.