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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Ragianna Week marks 40th anniversary

Divine Word University (DWU) students marked the 40th Independence anniversary of Papua New Guinea with various activities during the Ragianna Week that culminated with the flag raising ceremony on wednesday 16th September.

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Caution on 40 years of mistakes in higher education

Papua New Guinea must invest more on higher education and research and avoid the mistakes of the past 40 years of independence, said Mr Simon Kenehe, the former chairman of the Commission of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology.

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MRM and MEdL are Open Now (Full Time 2016)

Applications for 2016 full time masters programs (MRM and MEdL) are open now.

DWU to host tourism expo

Divine Word University (DWU) campus in Madang will host a tourism exposition on Friday 18th September, 2015.

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DWU students mark World Physiotherapy Day

Bachelor of Physiotherapy students at Divine Word University (DWU) took to the streets of Madang town this morning with an awareness campaign to mark “World Physiotherapy Day” which is celebrated globally on the 8th of September.

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Funeral Program for the late Dr Paul Pasingan

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DWU Condolence Advice of the passing of Late Dr Paul Pasingan

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Simulation rooms opened for health students

Divine Word University (DWU) opened two simulation rooms to be used by students in the Rural Health (health extension officer) program at the Madang campus on Friday 26th July, 2015.

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Peace and order important, says Abp Young

Remembrance Day should be a time to reflect on the importance of peace and respect for one another in the community, said the Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Mt Hagen Douglas Young.

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Government renews contract

The Government of Papua New Guinea (GoPNG) has renewed its scholarship contract with Divine Word University for the University (DWU) to continue offering two programs for public servants.

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Masters program attracts Solomon Islands public servant

A senior prominent employee of the Solomon Islands Parliament Mr Liam Sau is anticipating his studying in a masters program at Divine Word University in PNG will help him engage more in quality research of laws and bills in his country.

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