The IBS University (IBSU) has come on board this years’ Vice Chancellors (VC) Cup which is into its’ second day of competition today at the University of Papua New Guinea.
The SRC President of IBSU Mr Henao Trudi said that it is a way forward for the newly established university to be a part of such tournaments like the Vice Chancellor’s Cup as it will further create dialogue between the university and the rest of their counterparts from the other universities.
He said the avenue will be a great platform for IBSU to work in partnership with fellow students from tertiary institutions around the country to address pressing issues which are faced by all tertiary institutions around the country.
Mr Trudi said the University of Papua New Guinea which is the hosting university for this year’s VC Cup has been working in close partnership with the SRC leaders of Divine Word University, University of Technology, UNRE, University of Goroka as well as IBSU to use this sporting platform to address the challenges that tertiary institutions continue to face in the pursuit of education.
“As the SRC President of the country’s newest university, it’s an honor to be part of such a great platform where we all can come together as leaders to talk about the issues and challenges that tertiary institutions are facing at present.”
“With the signing of the MOU yesterday at the UPNG SRC Office, we hope that IBSU as a higher learning institution can also play a leading hand in developing and producing quality elites for this nation.”
The President said that he is proud to support the IBSU Crushers who took part in the VC Cup for the first time this year and said that they are looking forward to the next Vice Chancellors Cup which will take place in 2023.