IBS University witnesses 36 students graduate with degrees

Youth & Careers

Thirty-six students from the Institute of Business Studies University (IBSU) graduated with bachelors degrees in Port Moresby.
The Enga and Mt Eriama campus combined during the “second presentation ceremony” and received their degrees.
Twenty graduated with Bachelor of Business (majoring in accounting, HR and marketing) while 16 with bachelor degrees in information technology.
Indian High Commissioner Vijai Kumar told the graduates to embrace in their date with destiny.
“The Southern Cross University’s bachelor’s degree programmes is for three-year and will continue to provide the opportunity at a low cost with quality monitoring system,” Kumar said.
Deputy Dean Prof James Carlopio, who delivered Southern Cross University Vice-Chancellor’s message said: “The reason to be educated is the only true way to make a difference in this age and time where so much is happening around the world, whether it be climate change, politics and such.
“The more I learn, the more tolerant I become. The more I learn the more I understand different cultures, why different people do things they do and why don’t we do it the way they do it.
“I hope that through the rest of your lives you will take the opportunity to continue to learn and become more tolerant and understandable.”