All News

14th May, 2024Press Release
Emotional Mua Clutches Father’s Wristwatch at Graduation

  While waiting for her name to be called to finally receive her Bachelor of Education (BED) (Secondary) (English and Geography), Daiana Mua gripped onto the wristwatch of her late father, wishing for his presence on her special day. The multitalented and enthusiastic student at the Fiji National University’s (FNU) College of Humanities and Education…Read More

10th May, 2024Press Release
Fiji Business Excellence Awards celebrates 25 years of driving National Progress

For the last 25 years, the Fiji National University’s National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC) has served as the powerhouse behind the Fiji Business Excellence Awards (FBEA). This prestigious awards programme has not only spotlighted Fiji’s top businesses, but it has also fuelled a national movement for excellence, innovation, and community contributions. In his keynote…Read More

10th May, 2024
FNU Apprenticeship Drive to Bridge Skills Gap

The Fiji National University (FNU) through the National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC) hosted its first-ever joint apprenticeship drive at the College of Engineering and Technical Vocational Education and Training’s (CETVET) Derrick Campus in Samabula. The initiative aimed to bridge the gap between education and industry by providing practical training opportunities for FNU students through…Read More

10th May, 2024pre
Locoloco thrilled to attain her qualification

Vitinia Ramatalei Locoloco, beamed with pride as she clutched her Diploma of IT (Advanced Networking) from FNU’s National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC) in Lautoka. Locoloco who hails from Naidiri Village in Malomalo, Nadroga, travelled from Lautoka at the crack of dawn to attend her graduation ceremony at Suva’s Vodafone Arena on 18 April, her…Read More

8th May, 2024Press Release
Access to Quality Education & Employment Opportunities, Crucial Factors for Persons with Down Syndrome

  Championing employment opportunities and providing access to quality education are crucial factors to fostering inclusivity for individuals with Down Syndrome in the Pacific. This is the statement made by the Fiji National University College of Humanities and Education, School of Education, Assistant Professor in Inclusive and Special Education, Dr Sunil Kumar. Having countless years…Read More