For Students & Staff

11th June, 2024
FNU Partners with EC-Council to Bolster Cybersecurity Workforce

The Fiji National University (FNU), in a significant move to enhance the cybersecurity landscape in Fiji, has announced a partnership with the EC-Council. This collaboration positions FNU as the first academic partner for the EC-Council in Fiji. The partnership will equip FNU students under the National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC) with cutting-edge cybersecurity training…Read More

10th June, 2024
FNU hosts a workshop on Physiotherapy

Final-year Bachelor of Physiotherapy students at Fiji National University (FNU) honed their expertise in vital areas through a specialized course delivered at the College of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Sciences (CMNHS) Pasifika Campus. The “Physiotherapy in Burns and Hand Trauma, Speech Pathology for Cleft Lip and Palate” course equipped the soon-to-be physiotherapists with the knowledge…Read More

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Tourism and Civil Education, Honourable Viliame Gavoka at the National Hospitality Conference
7th June, 2024
DPM Gavoka Officiates at Nation’s First Ever Hospitality Conference

“Fiji National University’s (FNU) dedication to fostering innovation and progress within Fiji’s tourism and hospitality sectors is truly commendable. By convening this forum, they have created a valuable space for industry leaders, educators, and stakeholders to come together, share ideas, and collaboratively shape the future of tourism in Fiji.” These were the words of the…Read More

7th June, 2024
Mocevakaca paves way for women in Fiji’s dairy industry

Wati Tomasi Mocevakaca, a rising researcher with a passion for animal science, recently earned a Master of Science in Agriculture, specialising in livestock production. She graduated from the Fiji National University’s College of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (CAFF) in the April Graduation ceremony. Mocevakaca’s research tackled the underdevelopment of Fiji’s dairy industry, aiming to establish…Read More

7th June, 2024
Tavura sets an example at the age of 72

Joji Tavura proves that age is no barrier if one has the heart to learn new skills and gain qualifications. The 72-year-old graduated in Fibreglass Boat Repair from Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC) Sustainable Livelihood Project (SLP) Training. The two-week training was held in Vunivutu, Macuata, in Labasa with 216 participants…Read More