USP Open Day is the perfect starting point if you are looking to explore undergraduate or postgraduate study

USP Open Day is the perfect starting point if you are looking to explore undergraduate or postgraduate study

By Karishma Kumari
Monday 19/09/2022
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The USP Open Day is one of the biggest dates on the University’s calendar, whether you are looking to explore undergraduate or postgraduate study.

The open day is the perfect starting point for you which will be held this Friday at the Laucala, Lautoka and Labasa Campuses.

USP says high school students in the past two years have missed out on attending in-person open days, so this year will be bigger and better than ever.

The open day provides an opportunity for prospective students and their families to attain first-hand information on the programmes and courses on offer, in enabling them to make the right choice for their tertiary education.

It also enables prospective students to discover USP’s vibrant campus lifestyle.

The university says the School of Accounting, Finance and Economics delivers academic excellence through research, stakeholder engagement and collaboration.

It offers programmes ranging from accounting and finance, economics, and official statistics, to population studies and demography with exciting activities including, exhibitions and information sessions, the opportunity to talk to industry partners about career prospects and receiving academic advice.

Students will also get a chance to participate in quizzes and win prizes.

Advocating for advancing business and management education, the School of Business and Management offers Management and Public Administration, International Business and Marketing, Human Resources Management and Employment Relations to Land Management and Development.

During the Open Day, students will get an opportunity to meet SBM’s distinguished academics, hear first-hand from industry partners, and chat with alumni and students. Students can also keep a look out for quizzes and giveaways.

Following the Open Day, a Virtual Open Week is also planned for September 26-28.

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