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Border Milestone For Education Sector Sees Taranaki Welcome Over 70 New International Students

Published: Fri 5 Aug 2022 11:30 AM
Taranaki educational institutions are celebrating with the arrival of over 70 international students in region as New Zealand’s borders reopen for offshore education in time for schools’ third term and universities’ second semester. Tertiary institutions ... Read more...

Automotive Engineering Course In Te Reo Māori: A First In New Zealand

Published: Fri 5 Aug 2022 10:13 AM
Ara Institute of Canterbury will provide all learning materials and assessments for a trades course in te reo Māori, a first for any non-Māori tertiary institution. To enable fluent Māori language speakers to learn and be assessed in their native ... Read more...

A Taste Of AUT For Restaurant Month

Published: Fri 5 Aug 2022 10:05 AM
From cocktails infused with hyperlocal plants to the strange pairing of chocolate and cheese, AUT’s Culinary Arts and Gastronomy Winter Series 2022 is a must for the food enthusiast. Spread over 10 days in August, the general public will be treated ... Read more...

Tamariki Māori Education Likely To Be Affected More By Climate Change

Published: Thu 4 Aug 2022 04:28 PM
Tamariki Māori will be more adversely affected by climate change, with greater proportions attending schools in coastal communities. Tamariki Māori are 10 percent more likely than other ethnic groups to attend the schools that will be the most ... Read more...

University Of Waikato’s First Seaweed Fish Farming Licence Provides Depth To University Research

Published: Thu 4 Aug 2022 03:38 PM
Large-scale research into a wide variety of algae is a step closer for Aotearoa’s first state-of-the-art aquaculture facility for macroalgae cultivation, with the granting of a seaweed and freshwater algae fish farming licence to the University ... Read more...

Aut On Track To A More Sustainable Future

Published: Thu 4 Aug 2022 10:49 AM
A new report into Auckland University of Technology’s progress on its key sustainability priorities and objectives has found the university is on track to meet a range of critical targets across its teaching, research and operations. The AUT Sustainability ... Read more...

National Online Hui Celebrates Te Reo Māori Revitalisation Efforts 50 Years On From The Te Reo Māori Petition Of 1972

Published: Thu 4 Aug 2022 10:16 AM
Tuia Te Ako, Ako Aotearoa’s flagship Māori tertiary education hui, promises a history-making online programme on the 7th and 8th of September 2022. The overarching theme for this packed two-day programme is “Tuia te Reo me ngā Tikanga ki te Mātauranga” ... Read more...

Secondary Students Flock To UCOL Open Day

Published: Wed 3 Aug 2022 06:21 PM
More than 500 secondary students from around the region got a taste of UCOL at the Manawatū campus' recent Open Day. UCOL Manawatū opened its doors to secondary students and others interested in tertiary study on 3 August. Visitors browsed information ... Read more...

Student’s Korero Wins Speech Competition For Second Year In A Row

Published: Sun 31 Jul 2022 05:49 PM
Karamu High School student Lena Ormsby A Karamu High School student’s powerful korero on racism has seen her win the Ngā Manu Kōrero Te Matau a Māui Speech Competition for the second year in a row. Lena Ormsby’s speech delivered at EIT in July comes ... Read more...

Recognising Three Outstanding Leaders In Early Childhood Education

Published: Fri 29 Jul 2022 07:09 AM
Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood NZ is proud and delighted to recognise three inspirational members and leaders for their outstanding service to early childhood education. Dr Anne Meade, Helen Baxter and Eneleata Tapusoa have been awarded life membership of ... Read more...
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