Oceania Centre for Arts, Culture and Pacific Studies


Master of Arts (M.A)  in Pacific Studies.

The Masterís programme consists of three options:

(a) a thesis, or

(b) two postgraduate courses plus a Supervised Research Project, or

(c) a Portfolio.

The Portfolio will have two components: (i) a Practice-based component or creative project presentation and (ii) an Analytical Component (Exegesis). Each component will carry 50% of the project.

For more information,email  Dr.Cresantia Frances Koya-Vaka'uta or Jesoni Naga

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