The Fiji National University (FNU) has extended Semester 2 and Quarter 3 enrolment for another two weeks without enrolment penalty.
While classes for Semester 2 have commenced from this week, students can still enrol into the programme of their choice until Friday, 06 August 2021. However, you are encouraged to complete the enrolment process at the earliest to avoid missing out on classes.
Students are requested to visit Online Student Services (OLSS) and enrol into Semester 2 or Quarter 3 units. Programme structures for enrolment can be accessed via the link: https://www.fnu.ac.fj/student/programmes/
The University is offering the following support services to students during these unprecedented times:
Students facing financial difficulties and with outstanding fees from Semester 1 and Quarter 2, 2021 can apply for the Payment Plan option and enrol in Semester 2 or Quarter 3, 2021.
The Payment Plan form can be accessed via the link:
https://www.fnu.ac.fj/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Payment_Plan_Application.pdf and completed form should be forwarded to: RevenueQueries@fnu.ac.fj
Financial support through Student Bursary Scheme
FNU will assist 11 more private students with their tuition fees for Semester 2 through the Student Bursary Scheme, provided they meet the eligibility criteria. The University assisted 19 private students under the same scheme during Semester 1, 2021.
Entry for the Semester 2 Student Bursary Scheme is open to all first-year, full-time, local, private students who are enrolled in any undergraduate programme (from Certificate III to a Bachelor’s Degree) at any of FNU’s five Colleges or the Fiji Maritime Academy in Semester 1, 2021 and are not on any form of scholarship or sponsorship.
Applications for the scholarship closes at 4pm on Friday, 7 August 2021. Students are encouraged to send their applications to the Student Support Coordinator via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The application package is available on https://www.fnu.ac.fj/student/academic-services/student-bursary-scheme/
Zero-data access to University website
Providing the best learning experience to students with minimal disruptions remain the primary focus of the University and we are committed to making our services accessible to students so they can learn new skills and achieve their goals with our wide range of programmes of the offer.
Vodafone and Digicel have allowed for zero-data access for students to the University’s Moodle site and website, enabling students to access their learning materials and online learning and teaching activities for free.
Please email us if you are facing any difficulties with enrolment or require more information: