Made up of 300 islands, Fiji offers a unique experience to tourists and students alike. With its picturesque views, amazing food, inexpensive accommodations and much more. Among these unique qualities is its renowned higher education system. Currently, there are three major universities, viz. The University of Fiji, the Fiji National University and the University of South Africa.
Currently, there are three major Universities, namely, the University of South Pacific, the University of Fiji and the Fiji National University, all of which offer a range of programmes and degrees in various disciplines and levels. Moreover, educational standards are recognised and considered to be high, especially in India. Therefore, if you wish to earn an international degree and pursue your career in India, then Fiji may be the choice for you.
Across the different schools, institutions and universities located across the islands, students will find immense opportunity to study along with students from different cultures, backgrounds and understanding, take up research opportunities at the graduate level and more importantly, experience the lifestyle of the people of the islands. Students need not worry about language barriers as most locals speak in English, thus, making your experience as an international student, that bit easier.
As is the case with many countries, international students will be charged much higher tuition fees when compared to locals. However, those who choose to pursue higher education in Fiji will access quality education at moderately high rates, when compared to universities in other popular study abroad destinations. Another factor to consider is the accommodation and living expenses that you will incur during your stay in Fiji, which, as per your lifestyle, can either be moderately expensive or cheap.
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