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|Location||Suva, Fiji (main campus)|
The University of the South Pacific (USP) is an intergovernmental organisation and public research university with locations spread throughout a dozen countries in Oceania. It is an international centre for teaching and research on Pacific culture and environment. USP's academic programmes are recognised worldwide, attracting students and staff from throughout the Pacific region and internationally.
The British colonial link and the establishment of the University of the South Pacific in 1968 allowed the education system to follow suit from the qualification system of the Commonwealth of Nations. It is the only university in Oceania region Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and Guam to be internationally recognised outside for its bachelor's and other awards programme.
USP's main campus, called Laucala, is in Fiji. The Alafua Campus in Samoa hosts the School of Agriculture and Food Technology. The Emalus Campus in Vanuatu is the location for the School of Law.
In addition, USP operates 11 regional centres based in Pacific islands countries. The region served by USP covers 33 million km2 of the Pacific ocean, an area more than three times the size of Europe. In contrast, the total land mass of territories served corresponds to the area of Denmark. Populations of member countries vary from Tokelau with 1,500 people to Fiji with more than 900,000 people. (The population of the region is about 1.3 million.)
|USP Cook Islands||Rarotonga||Cook Islands|
|USP Marshall Islands||Majuro||Marshall Islands|
|USP Solomon Islands||Honiara||Solomon Islands|
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