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16th June, 2022Press Release
FNU’s College of Engineering, Sciences and Technology marks World Environment Day

The Fiji National University (FNU) recognises the immediacy of the climate emergency and the need for systemic change and has placed environmental sustainability as an all-encompassing theme of its Strategic Plan 2021–2026. FNU’s College of Engineering, Sciences and Technology (CEST) planted native trees at the Nabua campus to mark the World Environment Day, celebrated on…Read More


15th June, 2022Press Release
FNU’s students join Global Climate Change Simulation

Twelve students from the Fiji National University’s (FNU) College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (CMNHS) were part of the Climate Change Simulation Conference in collaboration with the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU). APRU is a non-profit network of about 60 universities in the Asia-Pacific, with the Secretariat based in Hong Kong. This activity…Read More


14th June, 2022Press Release
FNU hosts inaugural Ubercamp workshop aimed at promoting entrepreneurship

  Fifteen students and early career researchers from the Fiji National University (FNU) attended a three-day Uber entrepreneurial workshop in Suva. Ubercamp workshop at FNU was conducted through a formal application process where successful applicants were selected from undergraduate and graduate students and early-career researchers to pitch their entrepreneurial ideas after successful coaching sessions by…Read More


14th June, 2022Press Release
FNU and PDF renew partnership to assist students with disabilities

The Fiji National University (FNU) has established a development pathway for students with disabilities that allows them to undertake workplace training with selected organisations around the country. The work place attachment is part of the training requirement for students who undertake undergraduate programmes at FNU. The work attachments provide students with real-life practical training enabling…Read More


8th June, 2022Academic Article Contribution
World Oceans Day 2022 Theme: Revitalization: Collective Action for the Ocean

The idea of World Oceans Day was first proposed in 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro as a means of collectively enjoying our world’s shared oceans and encourage our connection to the sea. It also acknowledges the important role the oceans play in our lives and increases awareness of the need and…Read More