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2022 University Entrance for school leavers

Providing a University pathway to support your future success. Read how entry requirements have changed for 2022.

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Summer School online courses for offshore International and other approved students for 2022

Check out the Summer School 2022 courses available online to offshore International and other approved students.

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On behalf of the University, Professor Dawn Freshwater, the Vice-Chancellor, expresses our concern for Tonga and its people.

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