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NEW INTAKES SELECTION LIST AVAILABLE - Press Statement DHERST

The Department of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (DHERST) is delighted to provide the complete list of the Grade 12 school leavers who have been selected through the Online Selection System to registered tertiary institutions for the 2018 academic year is listed below. This is the complete list and it is available on the DHERST website.

Check out the latest post on DHERST Selections and Grade 12 results here.

With the inaugural use of the Online Selection System, a total of 12,234 students have been allocated to a study program (47% of the 25,848 who applied).  

All students with a GPA of 2.3 and above that met respective GPA and subject related entry requirements were allocated space within a Higher Education Institution (HEI). First and Second Preferences indicated by the Grade 12 School Leavers were used to allocate a place at a HEI while GPA and subject related entry requirements were used for ranking of the selection list. 

All other Grade 12 School Leavers that selected the option to be considered for alternate offers were allocated space in the program to which they exclusively met the entry requirement and also to which additional space was available.

New intakes from this list will receive admissions offer letter or notice from Universities and their respective tertiary institution. 
We also would like to advise the public that one institution initially provided the DHERST with incorrect student quota. The institution overestimated its own capacity hence it will enroll less students.   

Note that this list is not a Tertiary Education Scholarship Assistance Scheme (TESAS) awards list. The DHERST will inform all TESAS awardees through separate offer letters. Any selected student who does not receive a TESAS offer letter from DHERST should consider himself/herself to be a self-sponsored student.

Any offers given outside of theOnline Selection Systemwill not be considered for national scholarship (TESAS).

Should you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Lenita Mike on the phone 301 2078, email Lenita.Mike@dherst.gov.pg or Shirley Isaiah on 301 2087, email Shirley.Isaiah@dherst.gov.pg.

This selection would not be possible without the commitment of our Universities and other Higher Education Institution as well as the staff at the DHERST and our partner PCG Academia a company that successfully serves higher education sectors in the USA, Canada, Europe and now PNG. I sincerely thank you all for your collaboration and assistance offered.

I would very much appreciate if Universities and other Higher Education Institutions could provide their input by end of March 2018 on how we could further improve on the selection processes and the most important what additional criteria your Institution would like to add to this software. Thus, next year we will provide you with better services. Please forward your input to the Deputy Secretary Operation Mr Steven Matainaho on this email: Steven.Matainaho@dherst.gov.pg or  steven.matainaho@icloud.com

I take this opportunity to wish you all a Blessed Christmas and a fulfilling New Year. May the light of Christmas give you love, peace and happiness. 

God Bless Papua New Guinea!

Pila NININGI 
Minister for Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology

UNITECH Selection: A comparison of number of students selected from 92 secondary schools

The University of Technology (UNITECH) has released its students' selection for the academic year 2016. The selectors, admin, department heads and university council should be commended for timely release of the selection list.


The latest on DHERST SELECTIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE.


Quick spreadsheet analysis of the list revealed two important numbers:

- students were selected from 92 secondary schools, and 
- 590 students were selected. 

This year has seen Sogeri National High School sending an overwhelming 47 students to UNITECH.

Well done, SNHS!!
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Note: There are two inconsistencies identified from the list first posted. Three students from Lae Secondary School and one from Wawin National High School do not have their names appear on the list that was analysed earlier [source document, pdf] This was identified and updated, bringing the total number of students selected to UNITECH to 594 

It appears that the original list may not be consistent with the principals' lists. Please do cross-check and confirm with your schools if you need to.


2016 UNITECH Selection: A comparison of number of students selected from 92 secondary schools

SCHOOL
No of STDs selected


SCHOOL
No of STDs selected
1
 Sogeri National High School
47

47
 Don Bosco Technical Sec. School (WSP
3
2
 Mt Hagen Secondary School
33

48
 Gumine Secondary School
3
3
 Lae Secondary School
31

49
 Kainantu Tech. Secondary School
3
4
 Wawin National High School
31

50
 Malabunga Secondary School
3
5
 Port Moresby National High School
26

51
 Mt Wilhelm Secondary School
3
6
 Kerevat National High School
24

52
 Nipa Seondary School
3
7
 Goroka Secondary School
19

53
 Port Moresby International High School
3
8
 Kitip Secondary School
19

54
 Utmei Secondary School
3
9
 Wabag Secondary School
19

55
 Badihagwa Secondary School
3
10
 Aiyura National High School
16

56
 Bamesaka Secondary School
2
11
 Hagen Park Secondary School
16

57
 Arawa Secondary School
2
12
 Busu Secondary School
15

58
 De La Salle Secondary School (Bomana
2
13
 St Paul's Lutheran Secondary School
14

59
 Jiwaka Christian Grammar Secondary School
2
14
 Jubilee Secondary School
11

60
 Kagua Secondary School
2
15
 Kopen Secondary School
11

61
 Kambubu Adventist Secondary School
2
16
 Kokopo Secondary School
10

62
 Kiunga Secondary School
2
17
 Mogol Secondary School
9

63
 Manggai Secondary School
2
18
 Togoba Secondary School
9

64
 Manus Secondary School
2
19
 Asaroka Luth. Secondary School
8

65
 Mesauka Secondary School
2
20
 Bugandi Secondary School
8

66
 Mt Diamond Adventist Secondary School
2
21
 Mendi Secondary School
8

67
 Namatanai Secondary School
2
22
 Yauwe Moses Secondary School
8

68
 Notre Dame Secondary School
2
23
 Kabiufa Secondary School
7

69
 Passam National High School
2
24
 KImbe Secondary School
7

70
 Salvation Army Secondary School
2
25
 PNG Paradise Secondary School
7

71
 Tari Secondary School
2
26
 Benabena Secondary School
6

72
 Tokarara Secondary School
2
27
 Brandi Secondary School
6

73
 Wapenamanda Foursquare Sec. school
2
28
 Fr Peter (Fatima Secondary School)
6

74
 Bishop Wade (Tarlena
1
29
 Gordon Secondary School
6

75
 Coronation International High School
1
30
 St Joseph's International Catholic College
6

76
 Henganofi Secondary School
1
31
 Bumayong Secondary School
5

77
 Highlands Lutheran International School
1
32
 Hutjena Secondary School
5

78
 Hoskins Secondary School
1
33
 Ialibu Secondary School
5

79
 Kila Kila Secondary School
1
34
 Malala Secondary School
5

80
 Koroba Secondary School
1
35
 Marianville Secondary School
5

81
 Kwikila Secondary School
1
36
 Rosary Secondary School (Kondiu
5

82
 Lae Christian Academy
1
37
 St Ignatius' Secondary School
5

83
 Laloki Secondary School
1
38
 Bishop Leo Secondary School
4

84
 Lihir Secondary School
1
39
 Hagita Sacred Heart Secondary School
4

85
 Markham Valley Secondary School
1
40
 Kerowagi Secondary School
4

86
 Menyamya Secondary School
1
41
 Muaina Secondary School
4

87
 Palmalmal Secondary School
1
42
 Port Moresby International High School
4

88
 Pangia Secondary School
1
43
 Tusbab Secondary School
4

89
 St Mary's (Vuvu
1
44
 Yangoru Secondary School
4

90
 Trinity Secondary School
1
45
 Anglimp Secondary School
3

91
 Utu Secondary School
1
46
 Cameron Secondary School
3

92
 Vunabosco Agro-Technical Sec. School
1
Total number of students | 594