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FNU showcases career path at open day

By ANA MADIGIBULI
Friday, July 18, 2014

Update: 4:00PM STUDENTS from around the Central and Eastern divisions turned up today at FNU Koronivia Campus in Nausori to be part of the Fiji National University open day.

The annual event hosted thousands of students at its four centres at Pasifika Campus in Suva, Naiyaca Campus in Labasa, Natabua Campus in Lautoka and Koronivia Campus in Nausori.

Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Minister Colonel Inia Seruiratu says an open day is important as it not only showcases the teaching, learning and recreation facilities available at the campuses but also provides students, teachers, parents and guardians with the better understanding of all programs on offer, qualification and subject requirements and which career paths are available for students after they graduate.

"Once all these necessary questions are answered students with support of their families and guidance from teachers can align their dream career goals and work towards it," Colonel Seruiratu said.





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