info request/Marine science degrees for foreign students
Pickering_T at usp.ac.fj
Tue Dec 11 00:16:03 EST 2001
Thank you Samisoni for answering this request on USP's behalf. I
can add that there is a University of the South Pacific centre in
Majuro, and that there is a relationship already in existence
between USP and College for Marshall Islands whereby some CMI
courses can be credited toward USP qualifications. For more
details contact Irene Tafaaki, USP Centre Director, Marshall
Islands. Let me know if you want more information about marine
courses at USP, and I can send an information package.
Coordinator Marine Science
Marine Studies Programme
The University of the South Pacific
On 11 Dec 01, at 8:33, Samisoni Sauni, MSP-USP wrote:
> Yokwe Princa:
> The University of the South Pacific, which is owned by 12 member
> countries of the Pacific region including Marshall Islands offers
> undergraduate degrees (BSc) either with single or doube majors in
> Marine Science or Biology. All marine related units for the BSc
> (Marine Science) programme are all offered at the Marine Studies
> Programme, which houses excellent facilities.
> Our university taught applied courses and very much focused on
> tropical ecosystems and solving typical problems facing our
> beautiful pasefika.
> Please visit our regional university's website (http://www.usp.ac.fj/)
> or visit our USP Center there in Majuro.
> Samasoni Sauni
> On 9 Dec 01, at 15:31, Silvia Pinca wrote:
> > Dear listers,
> > I'm looking for info/sugestions about small
> > colleges in US where a degreee in Marine Science
> > is offered. Three students from the College of
> > the Marshall Islands are searching for options to
> > transfer to an American college to get their
> > Minor in Biology/Marine Biology. I would
> > appreciate if any of you could come out with good
> > suggestions on where to apply. Preferences are
> > for tropical systems.
> > I appreciate your help in advanc,
> > Sincerely,
> > =====
> > Silvia Pinca,
> > Marine Science Program
> > College of the Marshall Islands
> > P.O. Box 1258
> > Majuro, MH 96960
> > ph. 692-625-5903
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