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Over 8000 students expected at the 2022 USP Open Day

Over 8000 students expected at the 2022 USP Open Day

By Cooper Williams
Thursday 08/09/2022
[Photo: USP]

More than 8000 prospective students are expected to attend the 2022 USP Open Day across the three University campuses on the 23rd of this month.

This will be the first Open Day in over two years showcasing the various programs available at the University for new and continuing students.

Attendees will have the opportunity to acquire information about the academic programmes, various career pathways as well as experience the university environment first-hand.

Yasawa High School teacher, Jerry Lewaravu says the year 13 students would be making the trip to USP Lautoka Campus, with many students excited about their future areas of study.

Lewaravu says they 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.

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