- Divine Word University
For the Divine Word University of Tacloban City, Philippines, see Divine Word University of Tacloban.
Divine Word University Motto Sic currite ut comprehendatis ("Run to win") Established 1980  Type Public Students 3,000 Location Madang, Madang, Papua New Guinea Campus (various) Website www.dwu.ac.pg
Divine Word University is a national Catholic university in Papua New Guinea. It is one of the newest tertiary institutions in the country. It was established as a university by an Act of Parliament in 1996. The university is ecumenical and coeducational, and is under the leadership of the Divine Word Missionaries.
Its first educational institution was Divine Word Secondary High School. In 1980, this became Divine Word Institute, established by an Act of Parliament.
It is based in Madang on the north coast of Papua New Guinea. On-site accommodation is available in DWU as well as day attendance for local students.
Divine Word University has six faculties. These are Arts, Business, Education, Health, Theology, and Flexible Learning. The University offers undergraduate degrees as well as Masters programs in most Faculties, and the PhD. Masters and PhD programs can be done on a full time basis or off campus in distance mode by occasional attendance and work completion.
The university is amalgamating and affiliating with a number of institutions to provide a broader base of education. In April 2002, the College of Allied Health Sciences (Madang) amalgamated and St Benedict's Teachers College, East Sepik Province joined in August, 2003. These institutions are now campuses of DWU.
- The Catholic Higher Education Association (PNG)
- The Asia-Pacific Conference of SVD-administered Universities
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