17th January 02:56 AM
University of Fiji will this year offer new programmes in i-Taukei culture and linguistics
By Lena Reece
Wednesday 10/01/2018
University of Fiji Lautoka Campus

To help protect and promote i-Taukei culture and linguistics the University of Fiji's Centre for i-Taukei Studies will this year offer new programmes.

The University of Fiji says that it hopes to offer programmes that will act as a platform where students can learn about the traditional i-Taukei ways.

It adds that it has also started with inter‑disciplinary teaching between the Centre for i-Taukei studies and the Department of Management.

The University of Fiji’s Centre for i-Taukei studies currently houses four programmes that include, Diploma in i-Taukei Language and Culture and Diploma in Teaching i-Taukei Language, Literature and Culture.

The University says that students are urged to take advantage of this opportunity and register for the programmes they wish to pursue as registrations are on‑going at the Saweni and Suva Campuses.

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