Fulton Adventist University College celebrates 2023 graduation

Fulton students celebrate their graduation.

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Fulton Adventist University College marked a significant milestone with the graduation of 173 students at its Sabeto campus.

The ceremony, themed “Embracing New Heights,” recognised the academic success of students from Fiji and other Pacific Island nations.

The event was attended by Fiji’s Education Minister Aseri Radrodro, who acknowledged the graduates’ potential to contribute to national development and stability in their countries. “As you leave Fulton Seventh-day Adventist University College, remember your duty to become an asset for national development,” he said. His words underscored the importance of education in shaping the future of the region.

Graduation day at Fulton Adventist University College.

The graduates were awarded qualifications in a range of programs, as detailed below:

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Theology: 5 graduates
  • Bachelor of Theology: 21 graduates
  • Diploma in Theology: 1 graduate
  • Bachelor of Education (Primary): 102 graduates
  • Diploma in Education (Primary): 1 graduate
  • Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education): 20 graduates
  • Bachelor of Business (Accounting & Management): 10 graduates
  • Bachelor of Business (Information Systems): 6 graduates
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing): 7 graduates

Mr Radrodro, reflecting on his visits to educational institutions across Fiji, expressed his commitment to supporting equitable education. He emphasised the collaborative effort of teachers, school management and stakeholders in this endeavour.

The ceremony celebrated not just academic achievements but also the cultural richness of the Pacific Island communities. The graduates were encouraged to apply their knowledge and skills positively in the South Pacific and beyond. They were reminded of their responsibility to uphold values like excellence, integrity and service.

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