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January 28, 2022
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Higher Education IBS Decision Questioned

A press conference today by parents and students questioned why DHERST had to wait after exams to revoke IBSU’s status as a university.

Another parent, Joycelyn King, pleaded to both parties to find solutions to this issue so that student’s education isn’t affected.

IBSU SRC President, Solomon Mosamdu, said both parties must not forget to serve their purpose; and is to educate Papua New Guineans.

Immena Wau, a continuing student said IBSU had been providing education services for many years without the much funding support from the national government.

Former IBS student and staff, Vani Nades, also supported parents and students.

Almost 700 students so far have been given acceptance letters by IBS University despite the situation.

Mary Baki, who will be continuing her studies this year at IBSU walked into the campus to register but was uncertain of her education’s future as she had moved universities before.

Potential IBSU students such as, Leilani Laufa, has also missed out on securing a spot at IBSU because, this tertiary institution was left out from the National Selection Process.

As a result, students who had chosen IBSU to study in 2018 were offered placing in other universities, like Leilani.

The Higher Education Secretary, Father Jan Czuba, will be responding tomorrow on this matter.

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