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FNU Students to benefit from a revamped website

FNU Students to benefit from a revamped website

By Faria Begum Ali
Thursday 27/08/2020
University’s Acting Vice-Chancellor Tessa Price

New and future students of the Fiji National University will now benefit from the revamped FNU website which has become more user friendly now.

While launching the website, the University’s Acting Vice-Chancellor Tessa Price says the University conducted studies and spoke to current students, high school students and other people who access the website and asked them on how best they can improve the website.

She says their feedback was incorporated into the updated website. Tessa says in this day and age, it is very important to have an updated website as more people are now online.

The revamped website has a number of new features where students can search for the programs to study for based on profession.

A student who wishes to become an engineer can just type that on a search bar and the courses that the student can take up will pop up as results.

Students can also put up enrollment applications online and it also features a virtual library.

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