FNU works on restructuring programs
November 6, 2017 12:10 am
The Fiji National University is working to revive a comprehensive system of integrated post-secondary education.
FNU Vice Chancellor, Professor Nigeal Healey, says this has been done to enable all Fijians to get access to education regardless of their age and aspiration.
“We have completed a fundamental overall this year on all our certificates, diplomas and degrees, all our programmes have been refreshed and restructured to improve their relevance to the employers of Fiji enhance the employability of our graduates.”
Professor Healey says FNU is also working to increase its operation efficiency in an effort to make their programmes accessible and affordable for students.
FNU currently has eight campuses around the country.