The University of the South Pacific (USP) will be hosting over 8,000 students at its Open Day at the Laucala, Lautoka and Labasa campuses on 23 September 2022.
This will be the first time USP will host students on its campuses for the Open Day in two years, showcasing the various programmes available to prospective, new, and continuing students.
Following the Open Day, a Virtual Open Week is planned for September 26-28, 2022, for all regional campuses and those prospective students that cannot attend the on-campus event.
This will provide a unique opportunity to secondary school students and the public to acquire information regarding the academic programmes and the various career pathways available for both high school and mature students.
The Open Day will also provide an opportunity for prospective students to tour the USP campus and experience the university environment first hand with visitors also getting the chance to witness the University’s diverse cultures through the various activities and entertainment.
Forty Year 13 students and five teachers from Levuka Public Secondary School will be making the trip to Suva for the Open Day, and students are eager to find out all that USP has to offer.
Mr Jerry Lewaravu from Yasawa High School said their Year 13 students would be making a trip to the USP Lautoka Campus, and many of their students were already looking forward to finding out which subject areas they could study.
“We also have students who know what they want to do, so this gives them a chance to speak with academics about which programme will help them get their dream jobs,” he added.
Parents and guardians are also encouraged to attend the USP Open Day 2022 in their respective communities to explore USP’s programmes and courses and get a sense of the campus environment.
To register for the USP Virtual Open Week, please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YWKLYKX