Message from the Vice-Chancellor










  Professor Fui Le'apai Tu'ua 'Īlaoa Asofou So'o


Welcome to the National University of Samoa (NUS) website. We trust that you will find our site informative and worthwhile.

NUS since its establishment in 1984 has been committed to fulfilling a national dream. We have been dedicated to our vision of being recognized nationally, regionally and internationally as a vibrant and innovative centre of excellence in research, Samoan studies and quality teaching and training across all disciplines.

Whilst challenges continue to emerge in ways which will have a profound impact on the role of our university, we are certain that NUS will steadily move with the times. NUS recognizes the need to continually be responsive to regional and global changes, augment our collaborative networks with industry, business, government and build on alliances and partnerships with other local and international institutions. The support of alumni and friends of NUS here in Samoa and overseas is also critically important in the sustainability of our university.

I hope you will support us in that endeavor.

Professor Asofou So'o
Vice-Chancellor and President



Faculty of Apllied Science                                          International Students                                                       Financial Services                                                         NUS Statutes, Regulations and Policies

Faculty of Arts                                                            Current Students                                                               ICT                                                                                Planning

Faculty of Business and Entrepreneurship                Student Administration                                                      Properties and Maintenance                                         Secretariat

Faculty of Education                                                  Student Support Services

Faculty of Health Science

Faculty of Science


Centre for Samoan Studies                                        

Oloamanu Centre



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