Malachi Fleet’s life took an unexpected turn one day at Lynmall in Auckland. “I was walking with a stack of CVs under my arm, looking for a job, when I met Sam Alrdini from the New Zealand School of Education (NZSE),” says the Laingholm resident.
MDS’s AdSchool students Jake O'Driscoll and Sylvia Humphries have had a dream year. Not only have they been Cannes Future Lions finalists, winners of the Visa Future of Payment competition, and proud owners of a Crowbar Award; they're now off to Sydney to join 28 other lucky creatives from all over Australia at the D&AD New Blood Workshop - Brief to Broadcast.
The International Travel College of New Zealand’s passion for the tourism industry has inspired a cohort of secondary school students to pursue this exciting career choice.
Twelve hundred students and more than 50 of New Zealand’s leading employers recently descended on NZMA Sylvia Park, all with just one thing on their minds. Employment.
A lecturer from IPU New Zealand is co-launching a book that will significantly help the community of Palmerston North.
In 2016, Whitecliffe is offering the Postgraduate Diploma in Arts Therapy in Christchurch for the first time.
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).