THE Solomon Islands National University (SINU) has re-opened its 2021 new application for Forms 3, 5 and 6 student dropouts.
According to the SINU media, this is to help students who are unable to continue their education this year, 2022, due to lack of spaces in their preferred schools.
“SINU DFL Centre is giving you a second chance to continue your education in 2022 with our available University Preparatory Certificate Programs,” it stated.
Interested students are to call in at SINU Honiara DFL Centre, Panatina Lower Campus to collect application forms and information sheets.
The students are also told contact the centre on email [email protected] to collect an application form or download it from the university’s website.
For those students living in the provinces, there are also contact persons available for application assistance.
Meanwhile, SINU has encouraged student dropouts that giving up is a promoter of suppression.
“Not been given a space in the next level does not mean you should terminate your aspirations and plan to be the kind of person and professional you want to be in the future,” it stated.
Therefore, interested students to call at the nearest DFL study centre and they will help you find your way back to the road that you thought it was already closed.
By FOLLET JOHN