Fiji National University
Fiji National University (FNU)
is the largest & newest University in Fiji. It is also the first national university. More than 1600 University staff is located at campuses spread across towns around the country and offer a wide range of programmes from certificate to postgraduate degrees. FNU was formed by merger of seven training institutions in Fiji - the Fiji Institute of Technology, Fiji School of Medicine, Fiji School of Nursing, Fiji College of Advanced Education, Lautoka Teachers College, Fiji College of Agriculture and Training and Productivity Authority of Fiji (TPAF).
FNU retains an orientation towards technical and vocational training, with a focus on real qualifications for real jobs and real opportunities for entrepreneurship and self employment, while providing pathways to further professional studies and higher qualifications.
TAFE NSW - Western Sydney Institute has been in partnership with TPAF (now part of FNU) since 1998. This successful partnership has grown continuously and now offers a variety of courses through their various FNU campuses in Fiji. A large number of our students in Fiji study TAFE NSW courses in the following disciplines:
- Business (Marketing)
- Information Technology
- Teacher Training and Assessment