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26 September 2017

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Over the past 5 years, PNGUoT has made remarkable progress, leveraging internationalisation and the process of obtaining professional accreditation for all its programs. The prognosis for 2018 is good, since the operational budget has not been cut.

We are better positioned to receive external support since the University achieved a clean (unqualified) audit report from the auditor general for the first time in over 20 years.

It is now part of this small group of institutions that has its accounts in order. More tellingly, if the government had transferred 100% of the grants due (and not 75%) we would have closed 2017 with a small surplus.

Yes, PNGUoT can fly, if we stay the course.
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Dr Schram continues his great contribution to Papua New Guinea, succeeding in the face of significant obstacles - KJ

Thank you for this well edited summary of my blog post.

Quagmired trailing now broadens ways forward for institution and more importantly, for persons seeking knowledgeably enhanced opportunities and careers which will be lastingly admired. PNGUoT raising, rising 'stratis-flyingly'?

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