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OHE invites Australian higher education providers

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OHE Director General, Prof David KavanamurThe Office of Higher Education (OHE) has invited Australian providers of higher education to consider how they could expand their services in Papua New Guinea.

OHE Director General, Professor David Kavanamur made that invitation when officiating at the launching of Australian Institute of Business (AIB) programme for the International Training Institute in the National Capital District last week.


The Quest for Higher Education

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Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world - Nelson MandelaThe great Nelson Mandela once said: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

This statement has come true for many people who have dedicated their lives to educating others, thus transforming them to become responsible and productive citizens of their countries.


Twelve students set to enrol for studies in US

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Nathan PonjelTwelve Papua New Guinea students will be leaving on Monday to study at universities in the United States following 65 others who are there.

The 12 self-sponsored students will to take up different courses including medicine, nursing, software engineering, mechanical engineering and pilot training at the Pensacola Christian College in Florida, Riverside Flight Centre in Oklahoma and the Marritta Baptist College in Ohio and two students will study at a high school in Florida.


Query grades at respective schools

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Acting Assistant Director for Scholarships, Miti PeaiStudents who a scored grade point average (GPA) above the cut-off mark for the Tertiary Education Student Assistance Scheme (TESAS) but were not listed should inquire with their respective institutions.

The student support and scholarships branch of the Office of Higher Education acting assistant director Miti Peai said the cut-off mark this year for the Academic Excellence Scholarship category (AES) was between 3.6 and 4.0 and for High Education Contribution Assistance Scheme category (HECAS) was between 2.25 and 3.59.


2014 TESAS Award List

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The list of students eligible for Tertiary Education Student Assistance Scheme or TESAS is out and appeared on The National on Friday (January 3). However, according to acting Assistant Director to the Student Support and Scholarships (SSSB) branch, Miti Peai, the list excludes names from University of Goroka (UOG) and Kokopo Business College (KBC) as they did not provide their results within the time-frame for publication.


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