Fiji National University is the largest university in the South Pacific.
Established by the Government of Fiji in 2010, Fiji National University has a mandate to take tertiary education as close to the people of Fiji as is technically and financially feasible. This requires the University to establish operations in all major locations in Fiji, and have centres of learning in other densely populated areas.
As such, it is the only University in Fiji with campuses and centres located throughout the country.
FNU offers programmes from certificate to postgraduate level, in high-demand unique subject areas through a broad disciplinary base, offering more than 300 programmes across its five Colleges. These are: the College of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, College of Business, Hospitality and Tourism Studies, College of Engineering, Science and Technology, College of Humanities and Education, College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, and, the National Training and Productivity Centre.
FNU's programme structure includes a strategic orientation towards technical and vocational training, with a focus on real qualifications for real jobs and real opportunities for entrepreneurship and self-employment, while providing pathways to further professional studies and higher qualifications.
FNU is also the only university in Fiji to offer a uniquely flexible programme access structure where students can progressing through multiple entry and exit points at all levels, from certificate and diploma through advanced diploma, degree and postgraduate levels as their careers and life circumstances permit.
FNU's preferred mode of delivery of education is face-to-face.FNU is gaining a reputation for being a leading research and teaching university, known for the quality of its graduates and its commitment to new and creative approaches to education and research.