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4th June, 2024
Education Ministry and FNU’s School of Education Host Successful Inaugural Education Forum

  The Fiji National University’s (FNU) School of Education (SOE) and the Ministry of Education successfully hosted the Inaugural Education Forum at the FNU’s Natabua Campus in Lautoka last month. The theme of the forum ‘Reconnecting Teacher Education’, brought together senior officials and senior academics from the education ministry and the SOE. The SOE falls…Read More

3rd June, 2024
Silent Epidemic: The Devastating Impact of Drugs on Fiji’s Health and Wellbeing

Fiji faces a critical mental health crisis, with rising drug abuse cases being one of several contributing factors. Social and economic challenges, along with limited access to mental health services, are also believed to play a significant role. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime has recently reported that nearly 200 million people are…Read More

National Hospitality Conference
3rd June, 2024
First-Ever National Hospitality Conference to Discuss Ways to Improve Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Fiji National University’s (FNU) National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC) is gearing up to host Fiji’s first-ever National Hospitality Conference which will be held at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi on Friday, 7 June. With the theme “Embracing Innovation and Continuous Improvement in Hospitality”, the conference brings together tourism and hospitality industry greats with…Read More

3rd June, 2024
FNU Empowers Future Leaders

The Fiji National University (FNU) is shaping the future by empowering senior secondary school students with insightful career guidance sessions. This recent initiative targeted students from Saint Joseph Secondary School, Suva Grammar School, and Ballantine Memorial School. FNU’s outreach team aimed to broaden students’ educational horizons and equip them with knowledge of the diverse career…Read More

30th May, 2024
‘Sports, Creating Endless Opportunities’: Bose

  “Sports is becoming an industry and is creating a lot of opportunities as well for many students.” This was the statement made by the Fiji National University Bachelor of Sports Education and Exercise Science (BSEES) student, Saiasi Bose. Bose is also the current Fiji Rugby Regional Development Officer 5. Being in the sports arena…Read More