Students at ITC always love an opportunity to dress up for college – especially if it’s for a great cause. On 14 October everyone ditched the smart black and white dress code in favour of pink, pink and more pink to raise money for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation (NZBCF).
The Learning Connexion (TLC) has a long history of supporting independent film projects, and its latest short film project - Judgment Tavern - involved TLC staff, students and graduates.
Yurika Yasukawa, a third year student at IPU New Zealand, is undertaking an internship at Horizons Regional Council; with her main job being to translate the Palmerston North bus timetable into Japanese.
Two of the thirty 2015 TeachNZ Kupe Scholarships have been awarded to BTI students Nikola Patrik (Primary) and Richard Apanui (Secondary).
From helping the Cancer Society raise $34,000, to teaching young kids about healthy eating; from baking cupcakes for the SPCA, to feeding 150 senior citizens at a South Auckland marae. ACG Tertiary & Careers Group provider NZMA is always on the lookout for creative, meaningful ways to give back to its local community.
Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design’s 2015 End of Year Student Exhibitions will be held from 9 – 26 November.
2015 will stand out as a year to be remembered at the International Travel College of New Zealand, as it’s a year that four tutors reached an impressive milestone: a decade of teaching at ITC.
Learning Connexion graduate and Wellington-based developer Rox Flame has just won the top prize in the KiwiGameStarter awards for his interactive video game DynaBrick.
The 2015 Wallace Art Awards were announced 7 September at the TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre in Hillsborough, Auckland. Whitecliffe BFA graduate, MFA candidate and lecturer Rose Meyer won First Runner Up with a cash prize of $2500. BFA graduate Hugo Lindsay won The Kaipara Wallace Arts Trust Award, a three-month residency at Altes Spital in Solothurn, Switzerland.
The 25-year bond between Palmerston North city and IPC was commemorated on 26 September with the symbolic planting of a sakura (cherry tree). On the same date IPC officially became the Institute of the Pacific United (IPU) New Zealand.