About The University of Fiji
The University of Fiji was established by the Arya Pratinidhi Sabha of Fiji to provide high quality, affordable higher education to students who had no access to other tertiary institutions. The University’s objectives include providing higher education relevant to Fiji’s needs, but within a global framework and to support Fiji’s development as a sustainable, peaceful, inclusive and progressive society committed to good governance.
The University is registered with the Fiji Higher Education Commission. The University of Fiji is governed by a Council, which consists of the main education stakeholders in Fiji, as well as prominent community and business leaders. The University’s initial development was funded by the sponsor, the Arya Pratinidhi Sabha of Fiji, a body which has operated in the country for a century and has been prominent in providing quality primary and secondary education.
The University of Fiji has entered into arrangements with a number of universities to ensure international recognition of its qualifications and to encourage joint research and publications, including the University of Canberra, University of Waikato, University of New England and more. The University has various collaborations with corporate sectors such as the Fiji Institute of Accountants, Fiji Law Society, World Health Organisation, Pacific Islands Development Forum to name a few. The University offers programmes through its Schools and Centre at the Certificate, Diploma, Undergraduate Degree, Postgraduate levels, Masters and PhD in disciplines such as Accounting, Economics, Management, Computing Science, Information Technology, Mathematics, Law, International Relations, Medicine, Nursing and Language and Literature.