USP’s provision of higher education is guided by deliberate and planned learning, that includes both formal instruction and recognition of prior learning experiences. We employ learning and teaching methods that allow students to progress through rigorous programmes across a range of academic disciplines to achieve high level and relevant learning outcomes. This requires that the University be highly cognizant of, and committed to, the Pacific region’s expectations about the skills and knowledge it needs and expects students to acquire. We seek to create a positive learning environment that empowers, enhances, and encourages best practice in pedagogy and educational delivery. The University Quality Strategy guides the processes and activities that ensure a quality learning environment for our students.
Application are invited from individuals who wish to study or resume studies at USP.
The Academic Units (Schools and Interdisciplinary colleges and centres) at The University of the South Pacific are organised into 8 Schools.
Each School comprises of a number of disciplines and/or departments which offer a wide range of academic programs and courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. In addition there are interdisciplinary colleges and centres that also offer courses and programmes.