Samoa was one of the founders of the regional University of the South Pacific. The National University of Samoa, which was established in 1984, was upgraded and provided with a new campus in 1997. Other tertiary institutions include the College of Tropical Agriculture and a Trades Training College.
The National University of Samoa (Le Iunivesite Aoao O Samoa) was created with 45 students who were actually in the university preparatory year. The first degree is the Bachelor's, with several programs: in Samoan studies, English, history, sociology, geography, education and commerce. The institution also offers certificates and diplomas in various disciplines, and there is one graduate program in teaching. Tuition at the university is very reasonable. Students who are citizens of Samoa are charged $60 per course for degree programs, while international students pay $150.
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