This morning, the University's Waigani and Taurama Campuses come to a standstill in a Call to Prayer for our Founding Father, Grand Chief, Sir Michael Thomas Somare, as he confronts his serious medical condition in hospital in Port Moresby.

University Chaplain, Reverend Daryl Boyd, delivered a very touching message to...

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was recently signed by The University of Papua New Guinea and the Port Moresby Business College, at The University of Papua New Guinea, and paves the way for other business colleges to undertake higher level Certificate and Degree studies.

The MoU is to accredit the...

In a year that has been dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Papua New Guinea has not forgotten the threat of the HIV/AIDS epidemic that threatens the health of quite a few of our young men and women. The University acknowledges World Aids Day and joins the rest...

The University of Papua New Guinea recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA), to promote professional studies in Tourism and Hospitality Management.

The MoU focuses on developing the human resource in the Tourism and Hospitality sector, through the partnership of these organisations.

Tourism...