Education

1423 FNU students graduate

Graduates of the Fiji National University (FNU) were today reminded that the quality of their qualifications would mean nothing if their attitude at work did not endear their workmates. The Chancellor of FNU, Mr Iqbal Jannif said tertiary education was only to prepare for the workforce, students must strive to make a difference. The quality of […]

Nacanieli Tuilevuka

April 22, 2016 11:30 am

Graduates of the Fiji National University (FNU) were today reminded that the quality of their qualifications would mean nothing if their attitude at work did not endear their workmates.

FNU graduates lining up to get their certificate (Nacanieli Tuilevuka/Newswire)
FNU graduates lining up to get their diploma.  (Nacanieli Tuilevuka/Newswire).

The Chancellor of FNU, Mr Iqbal Jannif said tertiary education was only to prepare for the workforce, students must strive to make a difference.

The quality of your qualification will mean nothing if your attitude at work does not endear you to your workmates. Your qualification will get you the job, but your ability to work as a team player will ensure that you remain in employment. You are masters of your own destiny.

The graduation ceremony was held at the Vodafone Arena in Suva and had the highest number of graduates from the College of Humanities & Education (CHE), with a total of 394 graduates.  A total of 1423 students graduated.

Avionics graduate students (Nacanieli Tuilevuka/Newswire).

Father of five Emori Cabeanalevu, graduated today with a Diploma in Management and said his five kids were the motivation behind his studies.

“My five kids are the reason, i kept going with my studies. They are the inspirational behind my studies.  I just want to teach my kids and others out there that work shouldnt stop you from your achievements.”

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