Our Campus

The university has 12 member countries and 14 campuses. The Laucala campus is the largest and based in Suva. It offers all programmes and courses. The Alafua campus is the Agricultural campus that is based in Samoa. The Law campus is in Vanuatu.

Click the following links to find out programmes and courses offered at each campus:

LAUCALA CAMPUS

The University of the South Pacific (USP) is the premier provider of tertiary education in the Pacific region and an international centre of excellence for teaching, research consulting and training on all aspects of Pacific culture, environment and human resource development needs.  

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Cook Islands

The Cook Islands comprise 15 islands scattered over an area of nearly 2 million square kilometres of ocean. Pending the development of USPNet communications with the outer islands, USP services are offered on Rarotonga (population 10,572) and to those islands with regular air services – viz, ...

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Kiribati

The Kiribati Campus has over 3000 students doing Preparatory, Foundation, Certificate, Diploma and Degree studies at USP. A USP Centre was first opened in Kiribati in 1976 with the appointment of a resident Centre Director who operated out of a one-room office at the ...

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Marshall Islands

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Nauru

Distance courses have been available in Nauru since the early 1970s, when they were facilitated through the Nauru Education Department. The USP Centre in Nauru was officially opened in October 1987 to serve a population of about 11,000. It is currently located in the Aiwo District. Nauru Campus ...

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Niue

The Niue USP Centre was opened in 1972 in the old Niue Teachers College building but was subsequently  relocated to an improved facility at its present site at Paliati, which was officially opened by the then Vice-Chancellor Mr Esekia Solofa, on August 30 in 2000. By comparison to other USP ...

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Samoa

The Alafua Campus was originally the South Pacific Regional College of Tropical Agriculture, established with New Zealand Assistance in the early 1960s under the Colombo Plan. In 1977, the Government of Samoa leased the campus to The University of the South Pacific (USP).

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Solomon Islands

Welcome to The University of the South Pacific (USP) Solomon Islands Campus and congratulations on choosing to study with us this semester, in this multi-cultural community of vibrant and learned scholars, professionals and friends. At USP Solomon Islands Campus, we are committed to the pursuit ...

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Tokelau

Malo Ni and welcome to the Tokelau Campus of The University of the South Pacific

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Tonga

Our VisionQuality and sustainable education provider for Tonga. Ko e ako'anga fungani mo tu'uloa ma'a Tonga. 

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Tuvalu

Talofa and welcome to The University of the South Pacific, Tuvalu Campus. Tuvalu, was formerly known as the Ellice Islands in the Gilbert and Ellice Island colony.  It comprises nine islands. These are scattered over 1.2 million square kilometers of the Pacific Ocean stretching in a North-South ...

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Vanuatu

Emalus Campus is located within the town limits of Port Vila, the capital of Vanuatu. It is located on land owned by the people of Erakor and throughout the campus you will find traditional tamtams amongst the beautiful and lush gardens.

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