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23rd June, 2022Press Release
FNU and SRIF conduct a joint Sugarcane Growers Survey

The Fiji National University (FNU) and Sugar Research Institute of Fiji (SRIF) are jointly undertaking a survey that seeks to better understand the challenges faced by sugarcane growers and map out measures that could address the challenges in the sugar industry in Fiji. The survey is coordinated as part of the memorandum of understanding (MoU)…Read More


20th June, 2022Press Release
New learning opportunities for students in the North as FNU opens the Naduna Campus

  Students in the northern division seeking to attain tertiary-level qualifications will now have an opportunity to pursue their aspirations following the soft opening of the Fiji National University’s (FNU) Naduna Campus in Labasa. The campus, which is located 10 minutes from Labasa town, comprises of a Carpentry Workshop, Plumbing Workshop, Mechanical Workshop, Electrical Workshop,…Read More


20th June, 2022Press Release
FNU hosts important health workshop

The Fiji National University (FNU) in collaboration with local and regional partners organised a workshop as part of an evaluation study, to evaluate the implementation of the World Health Organisation’s Package of Essential Non-Communicable (PEN) Disease Interventions for primary health care. The workshop was attended by representatives from FNU’s College of Medicine, Nursing and Health…Read More


17th June, 2022Press Release
FNU hosts Nigerian envoy to the Pacific

The Fiji National University (FNU) recently hosted the Nigerian High Commissioner to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, His Excellency Honourable Anderson N. Madubike while he was on a courtesy visit to the country. The Nigerian diplomat and his entourage were met by FNU’s Acting Vice-Chancellor Dr William May and the Dean of the College…Read More


16th June, 2022Press Release
MOH medical professionals attend a 3-day workshop organised by FNU’s National Training and Productivity Centre

Fifty-five medical professionals from the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MHMS) recently attended a three-day Computing for Medical Professionals Training conducted by the Fiji National University’s (FNU) National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC). This is the second group of MHMS Practitioners to be trained following the inaugural training that was held in Nadi which…Read More