Rural community organiser is Alumnae of the Year

The founder of Seeds of Hope, a self-help rural community organisation, Mr John Taka is the inaugural winner of the “Alumnae of the Year Award” of Divine Word University (DWU).

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Fulltime students out, flexible learning students in

While fulltime students of Divine Word University (DWU) are well into their end-of-year vacation, those studying through the popular flexible learning mode have been busy attending classes and doing their academic work in recent weeks.

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Alumnae Park to open

Divine Word University (DWU) is recognising its graduates over the years with an “Alumnae Park” dedicated to them at the main campus in Madang.

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President launches upgraded DWU website

Divine Word University (DWU) launched its upgraded Website (www.dwu.ac.pg) at the Madang campus on Friday 20 November 2015.

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DWU moves to online learning next year

Divine Word University (DWU) will offer its programs online alongside the traditional classroom teaching and learning mode starting next year.

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DWU makes history with online exams

Divine Word University (DWU) has made history for itself by delivering its second semester examinations online for fulltime undergraduate students over the last two weeks.

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Accounting students top CPA PNG exam participation

A record 70 accounting students from Divine Word University (DWU) sat for the annual Certified Practising Accountants Papua New Guinea (CPA PNG) foundation exam recently.

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Our core values find a place on campus streets

While cities, towns and university campuses around the world tend to name their streets after people, animals, plants, mythical creatures and the like, Divine Word University (DWU) in Papua New Guinea (PNG) has found a unique way to christen the streets of its main campus in Madang.

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DWU’s online presence attracts foreign students

The 7th annual Missioning Ceremony for final year students at Divine Word University involved a Masters student from Nigeria who was attracted to the University by its presence on the Internet.

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DWU exists to help parents groom their children

President of Divine Word University, Fr Jan Czuba told parents at the 7th Missioning Ceremony for final year students that the University exists to assist parents raise their children to be better citizens.

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Uni students can address climate change, says US envoy

Outgoing final year students of Divine Word University (DWU) were called on to be agents of positive change against challenges posed by climate change.

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Research vital for tourism growth

Research is needed to improve tourism as a major sustainable economic sector for Papua New Guinea.

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