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AddressLot 1&2, Section 410
Kiroki Street, Gordons 5
NCD Port Moresby
Papua New Guinea
Phonelocal: 325.3116
international: +675.325.3116
Faxlocal: 325.0535
international: +675.325.0535
Web sitehttp://www.kbripng.gov.pg

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Fiona Pala
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 18:33 EDT
Seeking scholarship application in Indonesia
I am very much interested to apply for a scholarship in Indonesia. Please send my a copy of an application along with other necessary information to my private email address: kiri_gerega@yahoo.com.au
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 22:16 EDT
Application form for undergraduate programs
Please could you send me a application form via this email adress: jkombul@gmail.com
Very keen for a undergraduate program for 2015

Mathew Mari
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 22:16 EDT
Application for Bachelar Degree in Teaching
hello, i am very interested in pursing my further studies in your country regarding the above mention headline. I am currently doing my diploma in Primary School teaching at Balob Teachers College
Moses Mark
Thu, 3 Jul 2014 01:07 EDT
Scholarship Application Form
Hello Sir/Madam,

I have just completed my provisional certificate in motor vehicle mechanic and wish to further my mechanical studies in your country. Hence, may you please send me a scholarship application together with relevant information. My email contact is nmmalix@gmail.com. Thank you so much.
Judith Damon
Tue, 17 Jun 2014 23:39 EDT
Scholarship Application Form
I am currently doing my third year in the discipline of Pharmacy at school of medicine and health sciences at University of Papua New Guinea. I am very keen to study in the field of pharmacy in your country and so am requesting if you could send me the scholarship application form.
Tue, 17 Jun 2014 04:11 EDT
Requesting for Scholarship Application form
Dear Sir/ Madam

I, Jessie RONEKA a Papua New Guinean whom have successfully completed my grade 12 at Bumayong Lutheran Secondary School in 2013.
After the completion of my grade 12, I was not eligible, therefore, I upgrade my Mathematics B and Economis which I failed. However, after upgrading I intended to study in a higher institution therefore I am requesting for a Scholarship Application form.
For any quiries or replyment, email me on: buffcrew13.mx@gmail.com
Raymond Sam
Sat, 7 Jun 2014 05:22 EDT
png, Indonesia scholarship application forms
Dear Sir /Madam
Im very much interested to study at any institutions in your country. I've graduated in science technology at the National Polytechnic institute of PNG and I would like to do my further studies by taking postgraduate diploma in applied science courses in your country. And please if you could email me an application forms for the png Indonesia scholarship.

Thank you very much for your help and support in advance.

Kind regards

Raymond Sam
Ph 70479225
Email address raymondanrae@gmail.com
Charlie Wayar
Tue, 3 Jun 2014 19:48 EDT
Re: Scholarship Opportunity in Indonesia
Hear is my email address as I did not mentio it in my previous email. Email:charlie_wayar@dpm.gov.pg

Sincerely yours
Charlie Wayar
Tue, 3 Jun 2014 19:38 EDT
Seeking Scholarship Opportunity in Indonesia
I am currently working with the Department of Personnel Management and am intersted in taking up Masteral studies in Strategic Managment in Indonesia. Please advice me on any information regarding the subject above and course information on the Study Program.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely yours

Elvis D Aimbakor (Mangi long Block)
Wed, 21 May 2014 23:56 EDT
Study Abroad
I advice more young Papua New Guinean’s students to pursue study abroad, if s/he get a scholarship opportunity. Never, quit and turn away from challenges if you experience anonymous setbacks, keep your head fix towards where your target is and look beyond the horizon. Always elevate the thought and bear in mind that, every choices you and I made will forge or shape ones paths that will in time determine the destiny.
Iam saying this because to achieve ones aim is not that easy as ones mind could imagines, people out there who achieve something have a certain level of determination and commitment despite the circumstances encountered, if we consider having an opportunity to study in any of the world super-power countries, thus such in time we will profoundly appreciated our decision and ultimately came to realize that, studying abroad in reputable institution is the ultimate means to achieve the best possible education, and contribute to the priority development need of our country (PNG).
This is because, the world’s superpowers hold the most influence when it comes to economic and political decisions. Taking for example, well-known potential or rising superpower nations as well as middle powers, and superpowers like; the USA, China, Japan UK, and just to name the few can effectively change the course of history with a single decision, since their influence is within their soil and reaches beyond their territories, therefore studying abroad in any of such countries is promising. Besides, those superpower countries have number of factors including economic might; military resources, human resources, and political influence that make them are distinct advantages over most of the other countries, and the expects might agree with me on this. For example, in the case of Economy Wealth, it can be understood that, money allows these countries to stock their arsenals and train their people, to improve their industries and strengthen their economies. So it can be said as, the world’s wealthiest nations have the advantage of being able to influence other world leaders, since they can use their economic advantage to affect the global economy.
On the other hand, Natural resources can also be a factor especially, if these contribute to the wealth of the country and in our case PNG; I can say and most of you will agreed , PNG indeed, itself is very rich, blessed and endowed with bountiful resources, just like in the case of Oil-rich countries; the logic is, such naturally owned countries are said to be the countries that are naturally wealthy and they can use their resources to control the actions of other countries that rely on their resources. However, despite all that is have, why poverty soars in most of these countries including us, in PNG as well? That means there exits a lack of human resources capacity, as some of you might say, and I would agree on that, because human resources drive the economy.
The world’s super-powers often have the best workforces that fuel the economy and give the country its economic advantage. Thus far, PNG is far behind, and hence it really needs to bolters and strengthen the human resources capacity building in whatever costs it takes. Given its enormous and vast natural resources, as we all knew however, presently it’s resources is sought-after by all the industrialized countries, so basically the country’s lack of good workforce is a factor that prevents it from attaining change and development directly to the citizen. Therefore, in PNG, the version of development we hold can be categorized as the peripheral version of the western capitalist features. It’s a necessity that must be swallowed and understood deeply.

Elvis Dennis

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