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Information Analyst Hopeful Confident of Achieving Goal At FNU

“Looking at the course work and materials, I know it is going to be a challenge but I’m optimistic that the teaching staff will not fail to answer any of my questions when in doubt,” the 19-year-old from Tailevu said.
23 Feb 2021 10:54
Information Analyst Hopeful Confident of Achieving Goal At FNU
Bachelor of Information System student, Rusiate Tuisovivi at the FNU Nasinu campus on February 22, 2021. Photo: Kelera Sovasiga

Rusiate Tuisovivi said attending the Fiji National University is a step closer to his goal of becoming an Information System analyst.

He was among the hundreds of students at the FNU Nasinu Campus and elsewhere in the Fiji being given tours and briefing to familiarise themselves with the university.

The College of Business, Hospitality and Tourism Studies (CBHTS) and College of Humanities and Education (CBHE) witnessed students paying careful attention to student briefings and tours around the university.

Mr Tuisovivi, who is pursuing a Bachelor in Information System, said: “FNU had always been my choice of university because of their service delivery in helping me properly understand and choose the course I would have to undertake for the next three years.

“Looking at the course work and materials, I know it is going to be a challenge but I’m optimistic that the teaching staff will not fail to answer any of my questions when in doubt,” the 19-year-old from Tailevu said.

Rusiate said he was impressed by enrolment and orientation team.

“The staff and current students were very helpful when I came to enroll and later register for my courses and that is when I knew I had made the right decision,” he said.

While welcoming the new students, FNU Vice Chancellor Professor Toby Wilkinson said: “University brings a whole new set of opportunities, to follow your passion to discover your call, become yourself and to make new friends.”

“It also means living behind the highly structured fully timetabled world of secondary school and entering the learning environment where you are required to think for yourself, work independently, acquire new knowledge and skills and receive wisdom,” he said.

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

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