THE Papua New Guinea University of Technology is to invest a significant amount of its funds to develop a wi-fi network for the entire university campus.
Unitech vice-chancellor Albert Schram (pictured) would not say how much the university will spend but he indicated it would transform its ICT infrastructure.
The university plans to install various systems from Telikom and other satellite service providers and will live up to its name as a leading technical institution.
The recently reinstated Dr Schram has resumed plans he was beginning to implement before he was deported from PNG in 2012.
After student and staff boycotts and protests, the university is now ready to move on.
Government grants have risen in the last ten years and the future looks very promising.
Albert Schram has given himself just 18 months to achieve what he has set out to do: he wants Unitech to fly and be one of the best universities in PNG and the Pacific.