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  • The length of courses varies between two years for certain diploma courses to five years for the degree programmes. Some courses contain one or more periods “in the field” for industrial or professional training, or literally in the field as in the case of Forestry, Building, and Engineering Students. Whatever the length of the course, all students can be assured, that they are getting the very best training available in Papua New Guinea in those areas in which they will in due course, assume their professional responsibilities. To be admitted to a particular course, a student must have reached the minimum entry requirement stipulated for that course, or its equivalent.

  • The University welcomes students from neighboring Pacific Countries of about 100 each year depending on places available, will usually have qualifications which have been accepted before and which the University is quite familiar with.

Academic Departments
  • PNG University of Technology academic life is centered around its 13 Academic Departments, which provide advanced level teaching in the subjects of commerce, accountancy, management, commercial computing, agriculture, computer science, architecture and building, applied science, applied physics with electronics and instrumentation, radiation therapy, food technology, mining, civil, electrical and mechanical engineering, communication engineering, electronic engineering, forestry, language & communication, surveying, cartography and land management, with the range of courses expanding as its resources grow. One pleasing feature of recent years has been the steady growth in the number of female students, thus adding to the variety of both the academic and social life of the University as well as improving the “balance” of the community as a whole.

  • The University welcomes students from neighboring Pacific Countries of about 100 each year depending on places available, will usually have qualifications which have been accepted before and which the University is quite familiar with.
  • Research is that part of the University’s work which is involved with the “in-depth” investigations of particular areas of knowledge and frequently the search for answers to particular problems. The University of Technology has decided that by research it will support most readily, will be that which has a direct relevance to the solution of problems in Papua New Guinea and the research projects underway in almost all the Departments clearly show this. To list them all would take too long, but they range from environmental studies in forestry, engineering and biology, through business, surveying, building and commercial investigations, to high technology assistance to industry and to government. Much work is concerned with “appropriate technology” which concentrates on developing simple techniques for village use.

  • The University’s research work enriches the life of both staff and students on campus as well as members of the community in general.
  • THE MATHESON LIBRARY At the heart of the University’s academic life is the well-equipped Matheson Library. This full air-conditioned and carpeted Building has study desks for about 400 students, and houses the University’s collection of books and periodicals numbering about 97,427. Currently there are 129,526 items altogether for use by staff and students.

  • THE DUNCANSON HALL Duncanson Hall is a large lecture theatre with a seating area for approximately 450 people, with a large Stage. The Hall is used extensively throughout the year for plays, shows and lectures. It is one of the main lectures halls on campus.

  • THE STUDENTS’ UNION COMPLEX The Students’ Union Complex includes a main

Service Units provide strategic support for the realization of the University's corporate objectives, values, and development goals.

The main Service Units are:

  • Administration
  • Information Technology Services (ITS)
  • Matheson Library
  • UNITECH Printing
  • Appropriate Technology & Community Development Institute (ATCDI)
  • UNITECH Development Consultancy (UDC)
  • Central Teaching Facilities
  • Teaching & Learning Method Unit

Colleges affiliated to the University are

  • Unitech Nursing College
  • Bulolo College
  • Timber & Forestry Training College
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