USP invests in three new campuses
February 7, 2018 5:24 am
The University of the South pacific will invest in three new campuses this year.
This was revealed by the Vice Chancellor of USP, Rajesh Chandra.
Chandra says the university will be building new campuses in the Solomon Islands, Nauru and in Kiribati this year.
“The Solomon Island campus will something in the order of about 35 million Fijian Dollars and in Nauru we are fortunate that Nauru used its bilateral project with Australia to construct that so, other than equipment, etc, we are not having to invest and we invested about 6 million Fijian dollars in the Kiribati Campus.”
The Vice Chancellor says the university opened its newest campus in Marshall Islands last year.
He says the university has invested a large sum of money in these projects.
Chandra says investment on all their existing campuses will occur as well so that more learning opportunity and consistency across the 14 campuses is provided.