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FIJI

Fiji hosts three campuses of the University, including the main Laucala Campus which was established in 1968. The Fijian Government is the largest financial contributor to USP. The other two campuses are based in Lautoka Campus in the West side of the main island of Viti Levu, while Labasa Campus is located on the second largest island of Vanua Levu.

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COOK ISLANDS

The USP Cook Islands Centre was officially established in 1975 at the Public Health building in Tupapa, Rarotonga. At this time the Centre was linked to the main USP campus at Laucala using the Peacesat satellite service. The current campus buildings were opened at Takamoa in 1979 and extended in 2012.

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KIRIBATI

The Kiribati Campus Centre was first opened in 1976 with the appointment of a resident Centre Director who operated out of a one-room office at the Government Secondary School, King George V School. In 1978 the Centre moved to its current location at Teaoraereke, South Tarawa. In 2015 the new Kiribati Campus funded through a soft loan of Asian Development Bank (ADB) was opened in Tarawa.

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MARSHALL ISLANDS

The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) Campus was established in 1993. President Amata Kabua spearheaded RMI becoming a member of USP regional family and later initiated the establishment of the RMI-USP Joint Program in 1995, to prepare students for tertiary or post-secondary education. In 1998, the Marshall Islands Centre moved adjacent to the National Education Cultural Centre in Majuro. Marshall Islands Campus moved to its new campus on Long Island in 2017.

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NAURU

The USP Centre in Nauru was officially opened in 1987 and is currently located in the Aiwo District. Workshops on computing and book-keeping are offered in the Campus's Continuing Education programme. Audio and video conferencing facilities, library and computer laboratory as well as internet and email access via USPNet are available for students.

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NIUE

The Niue USP Centre was opened in 1972. The staff at the Niue Campus are: the Director, Manager, Office Assistant, IT Net operator/Tutor, and a Messenger/cleaner. There is no dedicated faculty in Niue for the time being although the Campus has 15 tutors and potential tutors to call upon as and when needed. The Niue Campus was relocated to an improved facility in 2000.

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SAMOA

Samoa hosts the Alafua Campus and Savai’I Centre. In 1977, the Government of Samoa leased the campus to USP. Since 1977 Alafua Campus has housed the School of Agriculture and Food Technology (SAFT) and the Institute for Research, Extension and Training in Agriculture (IRETA) In 1998 the USP Samoa Centre relocated from the Education Compound in Malifa, to its new home at Alafua Campus.

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SOLOMON ISLANDS

The Solomon Islands Campus is located in Honiara to the southwest of Lawson Tama Stadium and offers continuing and community education courses to the South Pacific member countries. It also houses two Centres, namely, Gizo Centre in the Western Province and the Lata Centre in Temotu Province. A new Campus is expected to be constructed opposite the King George School in Honiara by 2019 to cater for the growing number of students.

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TONGA

The USP Tonga Campus was initially set up as the USP Tonga Extension Centre in 1971, at the Old Vaiola Hospital located in Tonga’s capital, Nuku‘alofa. The Campus also has two Centres, one in Vava‘u and another in Ha‘apai. The Institute of Education is also housed at the Tonga Campus. In 1987, it was re-located to its present site at ‘Atele, in the village of Ha‘ateiho, about 7km from Nuku‘alofa.

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TOKELAU

USP Tokelau Campus was established in 1984 at Atafu Atoll. In 2015 USP worked with Tokelau to connect the two (2) remaining main atolls of Tokelau, Nukunono and Fakaofo which allowed for more equitable access to higher education services for the people of Tokelau, who face extreme isolation and transportation difficulties.

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TUVALU

USP Tuvalu Campus was established in 1970 at Funafuti. The campus started offering extension services in 1977 and ten (10) years later, in 1988, it moved to new building. The campus was renovated in 2000.

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VANUATU

The USP Emalus campus is located in Port Vila, the capital of Vanuatu, on Efate island. The Campus was established in 1989 when the Vanuatu government leased six hectares of land to USP. The Campus has four Centres including Santo Centre, Tafea Centre, Malampa Centre and Torba Centre. The University’s School of Law, Pacific Languages Unit and Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute (PACLII) is at the Emalus Campus.

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