Media Design School’s students have proven once again why the school is regarded as New Zealand's most awarded tertiary institution for creative and digital technology qualifications by being shortlisted across a variety of categories at the internationally renowned CG Student Awards.
IPC Tertiary Institute lecturer Johanna Aitchison has been awarded $20,000 in Creative New Zealand funding to attend the highly prestigious International Writers Workshop at Iowa University.
The Learning Connexion is delighted to welcome Karen Lynley into the newly created role of Chief Executive Officer. Karen is well known to The Learning Connexion community, having been involved as a student, tutor and in many other roles. Here she shares a little of her history with The Learning Connexion, and what makes it such an inspiring place in which to work.
Education powerhouse ACG's Tertiary & Careers Group, established just 18 months ago, is already the largest private tertiary provider in the country. Its portfolio consists entirely of Category 1 providers, A top-echelon senior management team has been appointed to lead ACG Tertiary & Careers into the future.
Budget 2015 - Summary of the key announcements for Tertiary Education
Rox Flame is a Wellington based TLC graduate who jumped headfirst into his career as a web/games developer with his close friend Alex Matthews. Their company Xequals is built on ambition, a friendship and many sleepless nights.
The International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) has launched an Industry News Bulletin, a weekly round-up of the latest news from the airline, travel and tourism industries.
NZMA hospitality graduate Sai Hamsala has taken out the title of World’s Best Bartender in Diplomático’s World Tournament Finals, which took place in Venezuela in April.
Whitecliffe graduates Leah Surynt and Michael Bevin recently worked on the branding and design of Billy Apple Cider. The cider was launched to coincide with the artist’s current retrospective at the Auckland Art Gallery entitled Billy Apple®: The Artist Has to Live Like Everybody Else.
Whitecliffe lecturer Giles Peterson was selected by the Singapore Art Museum and the Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Foundation Signature Art Prize Curatorial, as a nominator for the prize and as a representative of the Pacific Islands and New Zealand.