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Solomon Islands Campus Extension Works to have a Positive Impact on Student Learning

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The Solomon Islands Campus has just completed an extension project worth over SBD$217,000.00.

The project is significant to the development of the Campus as it will provide additional learning space as well as improved infrastructure and facilities at the Campus. The additional learning space will mainly serve as a REACT room and study space for students.

The Solomon Islands Campus is one of the most populated regional campuses, with approximately 3,000 to 4,000 students per semester. 

The online platform, now more frequently used to counter the effects of COVID-19 on student learning, have in fact created a greater need for space as REACT rooms to meet the increasing need for virtual teaching and learning at the Campus.

In addition, the Solomon Islands Government scholarships offered for 2021 have also witnessed a redirection.  The scholarships will now be offered as in-country awards this year.   

With the announcement of 1000 scholarship by the government, the Solomon Islands Campus has already seen a large increase in enrolment this semester.

The extension project is expected have a positive impact on student learning and consequently on the overall pass rate at the Campus.


This news item was published on 16 Mar 2021 06:04:50 pm. For more information or any High-Res Images, please contact us on email communications@usp.ac.fj


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