Pacific Adventist University

PAU Introduces Online Payments

This was announced at the launch of the university’s upgraded website this week. PAU Vice Chancellor Professor, Roal Lozano said the launch of the new website is small but significant and is a landmark development for the university.

“Not only does the site have a modern look and feel, it is a one-stop shop for information on course programs, student life, campus activities and it now offers a new payment service for tuition and other fees – BSP Pay online payment service.”

Pacific Adventist University Acceptance list for 2017

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PNG needs more trained midwives

Papua New Guinea needs to train more midwives to help address the high infant mortality and maternal rate.

PNG Midwifery Society president Jennifer Pyakalyia has called for more training for midwives at the universities and colleges in the country.

Pyakalyia said at least 20 midwives should be trained at each of the five midwifery institutions in the country if PNG is serious about improving maternal and new born health.