More infrastructure development

President of Divine Word University, Fr Jan Czuba has announced that the university will upgrade student accommodation and build new lecture facilities this year.

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Beware of bad influences, students told

Divine Word University (DWU) students have been urged to be wary of bad influences that would distract them from their studies.

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Vision 2050 needs graduates

University graduates have an important role to play in enabling Papua New Guinea realise its Vision 2050.

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DWU uses e-registration

Student registration at the Madang campus of Divine Word University was completed much faster than in the past due to a new computerised system.

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Student registration begins

Registration of students at the Madang campus of Divine Word University began without hitch today.

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Why be in DWU?

The President of Divine Word University (DWU), Fr Jan Czuba has called on staff members to reflect on “why” they were at the university so it can guide them to make meaningful contributions to the nation.

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Vital Information For New And Continuing Students

Congratulations and New Year greetings to both new and continuing students for being selected (new) and for progressing to the next level of your studies (continuing) in 2015 academic year.

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Calling for Expression of Interest for 2015

Divine Word University invites expressions of interest from prospective candidates for MASTER OF EDUCATION (LEADERSHIP AND CURRICULUM) and  MASTER IN RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (MRM), to be offered full time in 2015.

DWU invests in supermarket

Divine Word University (DWU) is building a new supermarket at its main campus in Madang as part of its ongoing improvement in services for staff and students and investment to generate revenue.

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DWU Research Journal turns 10

November 2014 marks a small but significant milestone for the Divine Word University (DWU).

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Student donates book by pioneer missionaries

A postgraduate student at Divine Word University (DWU) donated two copies of a historical book about pioneer Christian missionary contact with the people of Ialibu in the Southern Highlands Province to the Friendship Library of the University.

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Foundation commends DWU

The Fred Hollows Foundation has praised Divine Word University (DWU) for its proactive contribution towards quality eye care services in the public health system in Papua New Guinea.

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