At present, the University has over 3000 students and it has the capacity to take many more as the numbers of qualified school leavers and mature candidates continue to increase, as well as accommodation space.  Its academic life is centred around its 13 Academic Departments, which provide advanced level teaching in the various subjects. .  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.

Postgraduate Courses

Courses are based on semester system. 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. Explore he below link to know more about Course Fee structure, Academic subjects and staffs.

Undergraduate Courses

Second Semester, 2017 -Acceptance List for Undergraduate Courses and their Fee Schedules are published.

Continuing Students

ADMISSIONS WITH ADVANCED STANDING :Certain students, especially those with a previous background at University or in an institution of higher education, may be granted exemptions from subjects which form a part of their course, or may even be granted admission into later year of particular course.  The University‟s Admissions Committee makes decisions of this nature, and applicants are able to request approval at the time of application.  Alternatively, they may apply after admission with the support of the Heads of their Departments.

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Research Degree

All students can expect at some point in their University career, to be involved in Research, especially through project work in the later years of their courses, in some of the existing investigations while a small number will go on to do postgraduate work directly involved with research.

Semester Exam

Examinations are held at the end of each semester.  Before the examinations week, there is a study break period, also of a week‟s duration.  Although many subjects are assessed in part by some form of continuous assessment, nearly all involved a formal examination during the examination week.  You will be informed of your performance in the examinations as soon as possible, after the examinations week and be told of the decision of the Academic Board, that is whether you may proceed, carry and proceed (that is, go on to the next part of the course but repeat subjects that you have failed, repeat (that part of the course again), discontinue (in the case of poor performance) or graduate (for a final year student).  Each course has its own examinations rules which enable the Board to decide which is the appropriate decision in each case.

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  • Semester Exam Dates
  • Check Semester Exam Results:

Student Representative Council (SRC)

An SRC is a group of students in a school elected by their fellow students.SRC members represent all students in the school and organize ways for students to participate and contribute to their school community.

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Student Portal

Unitech students have access to their student portal to get access to their resources and avail their services in the campus. It includes maintaining an active profile,get updated info’s about your department, current course and subjects, online resources. Unitech  students can login to the portal with their pnguot email n password.

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  • Student Portal

Employment Oppurtunites

Most graduates are employed by Government Departments and private companies.  In the past, many graduates were taken into the Department of Primary Industry and Division of Primary Services in Provincial Governments.  Opportunities in private sector such as plantations, Ramu Sugar etc. are excellent.  Because of the importance of agriculture in this Country, it is expected that opportunities for employment and advancement should remain bright.