Diploma of Tropical Agriculture
The Diploma of Tropical Agriculture
is a three year fulltime course offered at both the East New Britain
and Popondetta Campuses. In the first year of study students learn the
basics of agricultural systems and the economy. In addition, they experience
work on the demonstration farm.
In the second and third year
they are taught:
* crop and animal production
* agriculture management
* field engineering
* rural sociology and
* get to experience professional work off-campus and communication skills.
Requirements to Undergraduate Program.
Minimum entry requirement for School Leavers
12 Certificate) C grade or better in:
* Language and Literature
* Mathematics A or B
* At least a Science subjects
o Chemistry or
entry requirement for Non-School Leavers:
For Grade 12 certificate
holders who have upgraded their results, their upgraded results will
be considered when making selections. Grade 10 certificate holders are
required to have matriculated and completed 8 subjects in the Science
stream of their matriculation course.
Bachelor of Tropical Agriculture
A Diploma in Tropical
Agriculture with a CGPA(Cummulative Grade Point Average) of 5.0 or better
obtained from the four semesters of the first two years of the Diploma
in Tropical Agriculture course.
via the Transitional Year Program:
A Diploma in Tropical Agriculture with a minimum of three (3) years
work experience is required.
of Tropical Agriculture is a four-year full-time course and
is only taught at the East New Britain Campus.
The third and fourth years advance into learning:
* crop and animal production
* agri-business and management and
* agricultural extension. An off-campus training project is also offered
for a full semester.
be fresh Diploma in Tropical Agriculture graduates
or mature aged students holding a Diploma in Tropical Agriculture.
All enquiries and application forms can be obtained from:
Students Admissions on Telephone:
(675) 983 9249 Facimile: (675) 983 9245 or email address email@example.com
Should be directed to:
University of Vudal
Private Mail Bag Service
East New Britain Province
Papua New Guinea
AND BACHELOR OF FISHERIES AND
UNRE VUDAL & UNRE KAVIENG
This is a three or four year full-time course. In the first year students
study at the Main Campus, the basic sciences of biology, chemistry and
physics, gain an appreciation of agriculture and fisheries systems,
natural resource conservation and
management, and economics. In the second and third years, students are
introduced to a breadth of disciplines at the Kavieng Campus covering
biological sciences, fishing operations, post harvest operations, marketing,
fisheries law and policy, marine resource management, marine ecosystems,
aquaculture, oceanography, fisheries monitoring and
statistics, computing and reporting.
A whole semester
is devoted to conducting an off-campus industry based project.
graduate in Kavieng after their third year of study while Degree
students return to the Main Campus to complete their final year. Students
are selected for entry into the Degree program based on their Average
Grade Point Average Marks (AGPA) which must equal or exceed 2.5 over
the first two years of the Diploma in Fisheries and Marine Resources
Fourth year advanced courses include inland fisheries, marine science
pollution, population dynamics, law and policy, biotechnology, statistics
methods. In addition each student carries out an individual project
the year. Honours are awarded to students at the end of the degree course
whose performance meets the required standards
MASTERS DEGREE OR GRADUATE CERTIFICATE
IN MANAGEMENT STUDIES
The Management Studies Course is an 18-24 month program offered in flexible
delivery mode. For each module, candidates receive their learning materials
4-6 weeks prior to a week of intensive learning at Vudal Campus. A formal
examination takes places 2-3 months later.
Eminent professionals from within the country and abroad conduct the
lectures. New applicants can be admitted to the program at any time.
Students who have completed four modules from the program are eligible
to graduate with a Graduate Certificate in Management Studies. Those
who attain an average mark of 65% have the option to be admitted into
the Masters Degree program. Students who complete all five core
modules as well as two modules from a range of electives graduate with
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program in Geohazard and Risk Reduction
This will be offered in consultation with the Department of Mineral
Policy and Geohazard Management. This is inline with PNG UNRE’s
development plan to expand to 11 academic departments.
Under this plan, the departments will be housed in three schools. School
of Natural Resources (Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, Tourism &
Hospitality); School of Environment (Earth Sciences, Ocean Sciences,
Environment Law - Impacts & Assessments, Environment Engineering);
and School of Government & Business (Business & Economics, Management,
Computer Studies & Information Technology).
matriculation studies arm, Department of Self Education (DOSE), commenced
enrolling students in 2009.
The department provides a second opportunity for students unable to
continue their studies after Grade 10 or 12 to go to University after
upgrading their grades in subjects that are externally examined. Students
presently in Grade 10 can also take DOSE subjects as a means of preparation
for Grade 11 and 12 subjects, especially in subjects they are
It has been proven that students who do this, improve their grades significantly
in Grade 11 and 12 enrol for the English courses available.
DOSE also enrols
professional people who want to improve their grades in order to undertake
further studies or even just to improve in their work performance. For
example, a person who requires writing skills in his/her profession
can enrol for the English courses available.
Students who complete the DOSE modules have the same opportunities of
acceptance by tertiary institutions as all flexible education students
nationwide. Six DOSE students were accepted for tertiary studies under
the University’s main academic programs last year; while this
year, 18 students will be enrolled.
The department is presently based at UNRE Vudal; however, DOSE will
eventually be based at Kerevat. This is to ensure that the program is
accessible to all members of the community.
Land for this project has been identified and while verbal approval
has been granted by provincial authorities for its use, proper documentation
is yet to be received despite several follow-up visits.
Those wishing to obtain more information about DOSE and its courses
can call our DOSE curriculum & materials development officer on