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Crunch-time for the University of Papua New Guinea

MacWilliam, Scott


After a promising start as the place where many of the country�s future leaders were educated, the University of Papua New Guinea is now a shadow of its former self. With minimal international support and destructive government policies ranking tertiary education of little importance for development, UPNG now operates on a budget totally inadequate to run a contemporary university. The minimal coverage of UPNG�s decline in the national media is reflected in a poorly run journalism programme...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2014
Type: Journal article
Source: Pacific Journalism Review
DOI: .24135/pjr.v20i2.169
Access Rights: Open Access


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