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27th November, 2020Press Release
FNU academic commends launch of the Fiji National Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls

Fiji National University (FNU), academic Dr Zakia Ali-Chand believes everyone should actively participate in consultations and discussions regarding violence against women and girls Dr Ali-Chand, Acting Associate Dean Research at FNU’s College of Humanities and Education (CHE), represented the University at the launch of the Fiji National Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women and…Read More


27th November, 2020Press Release
Lagicere reflects on success through TVET learning

  Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in a specific trade enables graduates to master a skill that opens doors towards employment and entrepreneurial opportunities, says Fiji National University (FNU) Programme Coordinator and Assistant Instructor Kite Lagicere. Lagicere, who is based at FNU’s College of Engineering, Science and Technology (CEST), believes that once students…Read More


26th November, 2020Press Release
Cakauniqoliqoli fulfils mother’s dream

Encouraged by her mother, 23-year-old Elenoa Cakauniqoliqoli set her mind to pursue a career in the construction industry as she neared the completion of her secondary school education. After completing Year 13, Cakauniqoliqoli enrolled for the Trade Diploma in Quantity Surveying offered by the College of Engineering, Science and Technology (CEST) at the Fiji National…Read More


25th November, 2020Press Release
Jordan finds his true calling

Growing up, soft-spoken Nicholas Jordan was always fascinated with the aroma, taste and presentation of delicious cuisines. This fueled Jordan’s curiosity about food, and he quickly became obsessed with the idea of pursuing a career in the food industry. The award-winning Chef completed his Certificate III and IV in Culinary Arts programme, in the TVET…Read More


25th November, 2020Press Release
Ending gender-based violence is ‘everyone’s responsibility’ – Dr May

Women play a crucial role in the development of Fijian homes, schools, workplaces, communities and the nation. The need to eliminate violence against women and girls is everyone’s responsibility, says Fiji National University (FNU), Acting Vice-Chancellor, Dr William May. Dr May made these comments as FNU participates in the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based…Read More