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Visions Restaurant Semester 2, 2021


NUS Culture Week 2021

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Peer Mentors Semester 1, 2021:
Introducing our Peer Support Mentors.
Need someone to talk to about your studies, or just to vent 🙂 our Peer Mentors are always ready to lend a helping hand and a listening ear.
Give them a call or an email if you need any assistance.
Just like what Robert Ingersoll wrote, “WE RISE BY LIFTING OTHERS”.
Visions Restaurant

Trainings in Hospitality Services-Visions Restauraunt

Trainings in Hospitality Services-Hotel

Moodle Refresher Training 12th Feb at AOA
Faculty of Business and Entrepreneurship NUSSA Rep 2021

My name is Reupena Maauga Asiata, a male of 19 years of age and second year Bachelor of Commerce student majoring in Marketing and minor in Economics. I am friendly, approachable and love to work with new people.

Student Orientation for First Year Students 2021
NUS Enrolment, Semester 1, 2021
Faculty of Business and Entrepreneurship Open Day 2020

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Otago University donates textbooks to NUS

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Peer2Peer Initiative Certificate Presentation Ceremony 2020

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National University of Samoa (NUS) / Samoa Tourism Authority (STA) Stimulus Training Block 2 Enrolment 2021 Gallery
Samoa Recyclers and Waste Management Association

FOBE Student Marketing Team, headed by Dr Rafia Naz leading the marketing for the SRWMA.

This is a joint initiative of the SRWMA, the National University of Samoa, GPP and FOBE in creating more marketing and policy awareness and advocacy on waste disposal. The marketing students under the leadership of the FOBE Dean and together with Ms. Aruna Tuala have collaborated on the marketing materials.

FOBE is very fortunate in responding to the service needs of the University and in maintaining its obligations for community outreach. FOBE extends its appreciation to students, stakeholders, SWRMA and GPP at NUS.

Tourism Students Field-trip

FOBE Tourism students, in accordance with the Teaching and Learning Strategies of Planning and Developing tour Activities; site visits/field trip is a strategy that is effective for students learning in regards to:

– Familiarizing with tourist sites and our products in general

– Following the established itinerary and experiencing difficulties at hand with timing / resources / sites

– Practical Learning Experience

– Safety Plan

Course Coordinator: Darren Michael Magele

Foundation Marketing Students Project

With COVID-19 affecting many businesses, students have to create a new product or service (or modify) that will survive during this pandemic.The main purpose of their project was for students to seek ideas in the Agriculture area. Using our green environment to create a product that consumers will purchase.

Course Coordinator: Manuao Tema

Foundation Management Students Project
Marketing Initiatives

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