FNU Update – 14 February 2022

Posted On: February 14, 2022

Dear FNU students and applicants,

Following the announcement made by the Acting Prime Minister on Sunday 6 February, and the subsequent directive received from the Fiji Higher Education Commission on Friday 11 February, I am pleased to inform everyone that the Fiji National University will fully re-open for on-campus business from Tuesday 15 February 2022.

All academic services will open, which means that new and continuing students can visit any FNU campus across Fiji and complete their admission and registration process.

For ease and quick process of admission and registration, we will have dedicated One-Stop Student Service Centres. The Centre will have experienced staff from different divisions who will be able to quickly assist students with enrolment, I-T requirements and selection of study options.

The following campuses will have these dedicated Centres to serve new and continuing students:

Nasinu, Samabula, Koronivia, Ba, Lautoka, Nadi and Labasa.

FNU’s 2022 Enrolment Drive is currently underway and if students require information about programme listing and studying options you can visit www.fnu.ac.fj

Admission and registration for all programmes are currently underway as per the current University opening timeline, Semester 1 will commence on 21 March.

ALL Staff, Students, and University Patrons

All individuals who are provided access into the campus must ensure that they comply with the guidelines on COVID-19 issued by the University and follow the advice of the Ministry of Health & Medical Services at all times when on the University campuses.

Please ensure full cooperation and support are provided to the security officers tasked with COVID-19 guidelines when accessing campuses:

  • Ensure appropriate face covering is worn at all times as mandatory whilst on-campus, in a manner as recommended by the Ministry of Health & Medical Services.
  • Ensure appropriate physical and social distancing is maintained at all times whilst on campus.
  • Ensure proper individual and workplace hygiene and sanitation are practiced at all times.
  • Conform to COVID-19 guidelines and protocol signage when using campus facilities.

Note: In campus locations deemed higher-risk, such as the Nasinu gymnasium, additional checks may apply for the safety and security of students and staff.

The Fiji National University extends its best wishes to all new and continuing students and we look forward to welcoming everyone back on campus.

Professor Toby Wilkinson


Fiji National University