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17th April, 2024Press Release
Graduates commended for their perseverance

  Fiji National University’s College of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry and the College of Business, Hospitality, and Tourism Studies graduates were hailed for their perseverance by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Education, Tourism, and Civil Aviation, Honourable Viliame Gavoka. There were 327 graduates from the College of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry and the College…Read More


16th April, 2024Press Release
1592 Students To Graduate From FNU This Month

A total of 1592 students will be conferred their Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees at the Fiji National University graduation ceremonies this month. Out of this, 861 are females while 731 males. Today’s graduation ceremony, under the FNU’s College of Humanities and Education (CHE) saw 590 students graduate today. A total of 422 graduates were females…Read More


13th April, 2024Press Release
Serve As Leaders, Women Educators Encouraged

  “Some of you will decide to serve as principals. I encourage you, especially women – to serve as leaders.” This was the message delivered by the United States (U.S) Ambassador to Fiji, Ambassador Marie Damour during her official visit to the Fiji National University’s Natabua Campus in Lautoka recently. Ambassador Damour shared she was…Read More


Friends, Selwyn Leo (closest to camera) and Joe Buleuru at the FNU Namaka Campus
12th April, 2024Press Release
FNU is Now Home for Vanuatu Friends

Travelling many kilometres away from their homeland in the Korman Area in Port Vila, Vanuatu was the sacrifice two friends had to make to pursue their dream of becoming engineers. Selwyn Leo and Joe Buleuru are currently enrolled in the Fiji National University’s engineering programmes, where Leo is pursuing a Certificate in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering…Read More


Matthewselah Waqawai presenting in his class at FNU
12th April, 2024Press Release
Aiming for the Skies: Ambitious FNU Student Eyes Fiji Airways

In Fiji’s Suncoast town of Rakiraki, amidst the hubbub of daily life, 24-year-old Matthewselah Ravulo Cornelius Waqawai found himself at a crossroads. Like many young individuals, he harboured dreams and aspirations but was unsure of the path to realise them. Little did he know that a chance encountered would be propelling him towards a future…Read More