Strategic Partnerships, Advancement & Communications (SPAC)

Strategic Partnerships, Advancement & Communications (SPAC)

The Strategic Partnerships, Advancement & Communications (SPAC) is rebranded title for the Development, Marketing, Communications and Alumni (DMCA) Section in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor and President.  

SPAC Office is a crucial driver of progress at USP. The Office provides leadership in diverse areas.  Its Director and staff provide advice and guidance to senior staff and management on the planning and implementation of significant initiatives and projects. Through its facilitation of frequent and productive communication with development partners, organisations, prospective students and alumni, universities, regional and international organisations, and the media, SPAC is a vital input to the Universityís quest to achieve excellence. The relationship-building and information-sharing led by SPAC is crucial to the future prospects and success of more

Strategic Partnerships
Development Cooperation Unit

The Development Cooperation Unit (DCU), led by Manager Development Cooperation, is primarily responsible for providing high level strategic advice and analysis relating to donor relations; effective liaison and engagement with development partners; reviewing and finalisation of MOUs, and Agreements with external more

Regional and International
Engagement Unit

The University, apart from being a higher education institute is also a regional integration organisation. Coordinated by the Regional Programme Coordinator, this Unit is responsible for the coordination and management of USPís relationship with other Council of Regional Organisations of the Pacific (CROP) more

ADB Project Loan
Management Unit

Led by Manager ADB, this Unit oversees the management of first ever Asian Development Bank (ADB) loan to the USP. The multi-tranche financing facility (MFF) of up to USD 19 million was signed on 19 June 2012 to support USP in enhancing access to higher education in its 12 member Pacific Island Countries by improving more

Marketing Unit

Led by Manager Marketing, the Unit is responsible for developing and implementing marketing strategies and plans that support the Universityís Strategic Goals. The Unit produces a range of print marketing materials and maintains an engaging digital plan through a strategic more

Alumni Relations Unit

Coordinated by the Alumni Relations Coordinator, this Unit seeks to advance the University by encouraging alumni pride and generosity, as well as by assisting alumni to become involved in USPís activities and give back to the University through contributions to the Alumni more

Regional Scholarship Team (RST)

Led by Manager Regional Scholarship Team, this Unit was established as a result of a contract signed in 2006 between USP and the then Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), now Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Australia. RST more

Communications Unit

Led by Manager Communications, this Unit is tasked to develop and implement Communications Strategy and generic and specific communications plans; coordinate media interviews, briefings and PR campaigns; develop communication more

Central Website/Portal

Led by the Webmaster, this Unit is responsible for the management and maintenance of the USP website. This is an essential part of SPAC Office and the Webmaster ensures that the information on the website is current, accurate and easy to more

SPAC supports the university's vision to be "proactive, and to deliver excellence, be highly regarded locally, regionally and internationally and to provide sustainable solutions"
- Jaindra Karan, Executive Director SPAC

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Strategic Partnerships, Advancement & Communications (SPAC)
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