Master Programs in Fiji

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Applied arts are essential to making pleasing designs in all areas of life. Without them, the world would be incredibly boring. A Master in Applied Arts gives you a deeper understanding of the use of art in these practical fields.

Ministry of education often oversees the training in Fiji. The Fijian government offers partial sponsorship to students who manage to attend institutions of higher learning. This has enabled the higher education enrollment to double in recent years.

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Master of Commerce in Tourism and Hospitality Management

University of the South Pacific USP
Campus Full time September 2017 Fiji Suva

Also accredited by THE-ICE, Australia, the Master of Commerce (Tourism and Hospitality Management) allows students who have complete undergraduate and graduate level to further their knowledge and develop advanced research skills in the management of the tourism and hospitality industry. [+]

Masters in Fiji 2017/2018. Also accredited by THE-ICE, Australia, the Master of Commerce (Tourism and Hospitality Management) allows students who have complete undergraduate and graduate level to further their knowledge and develop advanced research skills in the management of the tourism and hospitality industry. Applicants to the master's programme must have completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Tourism Studies or Postgraduate Diploma in Commerce (Tourism and Hospitality Management) or equivalent qualification with a cumulative of GPA of 3.0. The Master’s programme consists of a thesis (TS700F or TS700P) or, following the successful completion of the Postgraduate Diploma in Commerce (Tourism and Hospitality Management) or (Tourism Studies), two 400-level Postgraduate courses plus a Supervised Research Project (TS600F or TS600P). [-]