USP students during a forum conducted at the centre STUDENTS sponsored by their MPs to study at the University of the South Pacific (USP) campus in Honiara have been recently prevented from attending classes.
This was because of the non-payment of their course material fees by their respective MPs.
Students affected told Sunday Isles it was very sad to see their MPs failed their promises.
Graduatants with certificates in automotive and machinery
HIGH number of Solomon Islanders is applying for the AusAid funded Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) training every year.
Australian High Commissioner Matt Anderson revealed this during the graduation of 115 students who have studied with APTC, in a ceremony held in Honiara.
He said there is much competition for places and opportunities.
Mr Edward Ronia attending Initiative Conference
POOR financial management and procedures contributed to the late payment of allowances and tuition fees of local students studying in regional universities.
That’s according to the Auditor General’s report on tertiary scholarship management by the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development.
“The ministry is still very slow to fulfill its obligations under the recommended comprehensive policy to pay overseas tertiary students allowances and tuition fees on the right time frame,” the report said.
Alumni Chairperson, Hudson Kalaeda
SOLOMON Islanders who previously studied in Japan under Japanese government funded scholarships plan to start Japanese language classes in Honiara.
They agreed to undertake the project during a meeting of the Alumni Association of former Japanese Government scholarship students, in Honiara last Thursday.
Invited guests during the closing of the ECE workshop- Photo Ned Gagahe
EARLY Childhood Education (ECE) teachers in Honiara city on Friday successfully concluded a weeklong resource making workshop in style.
The workshop was officially opened on Monday 8th to help ECE teachers interact with each other through sharing of knowledge and skills about making resources.
Organized by Honiara ECE Association, the workshop was held at the Honiara City Council’s ECE Model at the Public Library compound.
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