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2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Sun
Uni Launches Online Learning Initiative

Fiji National University (FNU) has launched a new online learning platform, in partnership with Crystal Delta, a timely initiative in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic. The new online learning initiative is called “FNU Online”. The opportunity for FNU to expand and create “FNU Online” will create pathways for any learner to enjoy life-long learning through…Read More

2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Times
Students In Need Of Sanitizers, Food

More than 140 Fiji National University hostel students studying at the Natabua Campus in Lautoka are in need of food and hand sanitizers. Speaking to the Fiji Sun yesterday, the Head Residential Assistant (RA), Kustino Tabaiwalu, said the students were grateful to the Punjas Group of Companies for donating hand sanitizers and food supply last…Read More

2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Times
COVID-19: FNU Launches Online Learning Platform

In the light of the rising concerns about the spread of COVID-19 and the effects of social distancing measures on teaching and learning, the Fiji National University (FNU) today launched a new online learning platform in partnership with Crystal Delta. According to a statement released by the university today, the launch of the FNU new…Read More

2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Times
COVID-19: FNU Staff To Work From Home Beginning Today

THE Fiji National University (FNU) staff outside the greater Lautoka area will be working from home starting today Wednesday, March 25, 2020 until April 4, 2020. FNU Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor James Pounder confirmed this in a statement following the announcement of Fiji’s fourth COVID-19 confirmed case yesterday by the Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama. “The decision…Read More

2nd April, 2020Source: Fiji Times
COVID-19: Stranded FNU Students Receive Supplies

Stranded Fiji National University students at the Natabua campus, Lautoka, received sanitary needs and food supplies on Sunday, one day after their plight was highlighted in this newspaper. This newspaper published an article on Saturday about 150 students who were stuck at the campus because of the COVID-19 Lautoka lockdown. Rebecca Matai, a spokeswoman for…Read More