Supporting gender equality in developing countries

Divine Word University played host to two high profile Australian leaders, Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP and Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Senator the Hon Concetta Fierravanti-Wells on Wednesday 8th of March, 2017.

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DWU offers training to Fisheries officers

Staff from the Department of Mathematics and Computing Science at Divine Word University conducted a 10-day Short Course on using
mathematical functions to model fisheries populations for professional staff from the PNG National Fisheries Authority in January.

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Indon envoy highlights value of education

Papua New Guinea can learn from the strong investment Indonesia makes in education.

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Opportunities for DWU in the Third Decade

Divine Word University (DWU) has opportunities before it to use and move forward into its third decade of operation as a University (2016-2026) and mitigate the
challenges that have confronted the higher education sector in Papua New Guinea in recent times.

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Living in harmony

Divine Word University (DWU) is a special place for students from different backgrounds to come together and study and engage in peace and harmony with each other as Jesus Christ the Divine Word has taught us.

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Student acceptance lists available online

Divine Word University (DWU) has once again posted its New and Continuing Student Intake Lists for 2017 for the main campus in Madang on its Website (www.dwu.ac.pg).

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Rabaul Campus hosts Missioning Ceremony and Graduation

Divine Word University Rabaul Campus celebrated its annual Missioning Ceremony and Graduation on 1 December, 2016.

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Simulation rooms for medicine and health sciences

Divine Word University’s Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program introduced this year will benefit from two simulation rooms that are under construction at the Madang campus.

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Tourism research centre planned

Divine Word University (DWU) has been tasked to set up a national tourism and hospitality research centre for Papua New Guinea.

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Be a solution, not a problem

Papua New Guinea faces many challenges going forward and it needs every citizen to aim to right the wrongs and do better for the country.

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