But there is a greater need to improve the already existing tertiary institutions.
This is the view of UPNG’s pro vice chancellor academic, Professor Mange Matui.
Professor Matui pointed out the rundown infrastructure at the University of Papua New Guinea.
“When you walk around you will see that our infrastructure, the classrooms that were built by the Australian Government in the 1960s, 1970s, are now going down. We need to have new buildings.”
Professor Matui stressed that we (PNG) now have 7 universities.