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.
At the beginning of this year the International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) unveiled four new Level 2 short courses for secondary school students. These new courses will help students achieve credits for vocational pathways, as well as give them a taste of tertiary life.
Growing demand for NZMA’s hospitality, cookery and business programmes has sparked a massive expansion of the provider’s state-of-the-art Sylvia Park Campus.
New Zealand’s largest specialised digital design school is bringing the first-ever free digital media foundation course to the Bay of Plenty.
Jonathan Milne, TLC’s founder and managing director, talks about how luck, frustration and a case of pneumonia contributed to the beginnings of The Learning Connexion, and introduces the Creativity Challenge – a inspirational conference being held in Lower Hutt this April.
The International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC) is proud to become a corporate member of NZ Asian Leaders (NZAL).
Whitecliffe’s HOD Fashion Design, recent graduates and students from Years Four and Three, recently returned from an exciting trip to India after winning The Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (PMSA).
New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters’ continuing attacks on foreign students risks damaging New Zealand’s reputation internationally and could cost hundreds of New Zealanders their jobs. Feroz Ali, Chair of Independent Tertiary Institutions (ITI), an industry body representing fourteen large private tertiary establishments, says such remarks are incorrect, irresponsible and potentially very damaging to a $2.85 billion industry. “A senior politician who has served as Minister of Foreign Affairs should know much better,” said Mr Ali.
Whitecliffe Graduates Jump at Summer Break Opportunities
TLC student gets some real-world creative experience