Think Pacific ‘Tubu’ Challenge


This opportunity is open to all DMU students. Please check our eligibility criteria for further details.


Think Pacific is a registered Fijian Charity and UK social enterprise with over 10 years’ experience supporting Fijian Government Ministries, NGOs, local enterprises and business partners to achieve ethical, responsible and sustainable development, whilst allowing students to have a self-developing and rewarding experience.

This FREE Sustainable Development short-course is designed to enhance student ‘growth’. Helping participants to learn new skills, develop new perspectives and increase their employability.  Students will learn about Fijian culture, sustainable development and develop cultural fluency.

Your chosen course will take approximately 4 hours and can be completed at a time that suits you. However, students will have access to further study materials & challenges and can choose to complete more than one. A certificate is provided following completion of the course and a short challenge. The programme has a number of features:

  • Experience a ‘Cultural IQ’ module and live workshops.
  • Enhance your remote working skills, with an insight into the ‘Think Ahead’ series
  • Join live panel series and skills workshops with industry experts, across 9-sectors
  • Access 1-1 support from expert virtual internship mentors
  • Join an exclusive community of socially conscious students and professionals

By the end of this course, students will have achieved the following learning objectives:

  • Have learned about Fijian culture
  • Explored the challenges that Fiji is facing, and sustainable development projects that help address those challenges
  • Gained insight into the third sector (voluntary and not-for-profit)


If you would like to take part in this course, click the ‘Apply now’ button at the bottom of this page. DMU Global will review your application and send you the link to enrol on the Think Pacific website within 72 hours.

Key information

  • Application deadline: Monday 26 July 2021 (apply anytime)
  • Course start date: Flexible
  • Course end date: Participants must complete the course by Monday 30 August 2021
  • Course duration: 4 hours

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