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 When it comes to scholarships there is one really important rule to follow: apply early and apply often

The thoughts of school leavers like you will help shape the plans of the tourism industry as it struggles to attract the workforce it needs.

Are you someone who isn’t too keen on the idea of heading to University after finishing high school? Luckily for you, there are definitely other pathways you can take!

By Renee, September 2018

We’ve all heard about DOC... but what are they? Who are they? Can you really work for them? Well folks, read on!

By Pritha, September 2018

Unitec has been forced to close or wind up a number of programmes as it continues to try and battle its way out of financial strife. A number of these closures could affect you.

Among the 300 hours of video that is uploaded to You Tube every minute you can bet there is some truly weird content. Think unboxing.

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat… raise your hand if you’ve got an account with at least one. There’s no denying social media has taken over our lives… and jobs.

Creative problem solver? Enjoy being practical and hands-on? Your future might just have the word Engineering in it.

New Zealand Fashion Week is the high point of the year for NZ clothing designers, with over 75 designers from Adrienne Winklemann to Zambesi. So what’s 19 year old Havilah Koledoye doing there?

Kiwi students can now apply for internships with the US space agency NASA, giving students the chance to work in NASA's best and most advanced research facilities, with access to expert mentors.

Lincoln University and the University of Canterbury (UC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to potentially merge. We think.

He’s NZ’s highest profile sportsman, our highest paid athlete ever, but Steven Adams has never lost what it means to be a Kiwi, and he shows it every day.

Want a career that pays really well and where you can quickly become your own boss? The 4th running of Got A Trade? Got It Made! week is definitely for you.

Thinking about study at a university, polytechnic or other tertiary organisations? Check them out properly first, and Open Days are a great way to start.

Avondale College has proven again it is New Zealand’s powerhouse school when it comes to digital technologies.

We like to think things are pretty fair here in Aotearoa, and that guys and girls have the same chances of doing things. We’re kinda proud of that.

New and emerging sports are giving mainstream sports like netball, rugby, cricket and football a serious challenge in the race for student attention.

When your teachers or parents get on your case for playing Fortnite, tell them you are sharpening up your soft skills. You’re learning, not gaming.

Growing food is the world’s oldest, most important and most secure job. Humans have always needed to grow and store food, and by the time school leavers today reach the age of 50, the world will need to have doubled the amount of food we grow.

Deciding what to do with your life after school ends can be a daunting decision. Many of my friends have agonised over not knowing what they want to study at University, or what kind of career they want. By Renee Cooke

Latest News

 When it comes to scholarships there is one really important rule to follow: apply early and apply often

The thoughts of school leavers like you will help shape the plans of the tourism industry as it struggles to attract the workforce it needs.

Are you someone who isn’t too keen on the idea of heading to University after finishing high school? Luckily for you, there are definitely other pathways you can take!

By Renee, September 2018

We’ve all heard about DOC... but what are they? Who are they? Can you really work for them? Well folks, read on!

By Pritha, September 2018

Unitec has been forced to close or wind up a number of programmes as it continues to try and battle its way out of financial strife. A number of these closures could affect you.

Among the 300 hours of video that is uploaded to You Tube every minute you can bet there is some truly weird content. Think unboxing.

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat… raise your hand if you’ve got an account with at least one. There’s no denying social media has taken over our lives… and jobs.

Creative problem solver? Enjoy being practical and hands-on? Your future might just have the word Engineering in it.

New Zealand Fashion Week is the high point of the year for NZ clothing designers, with over 75 designers from Adrienne Winklemann to Zambesi. So what’s 19 year old Havilah Koledoye doing there?

Kiwi students can now apply for internships with the US space agency NASA, giving students the chance to work in NASA's best and most advanced research facilities, with access to expert mentors.

Lincoln University and the University of Canterbury (UC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to potentially merge. We think.

He’s NZ’s highest profile sportsman, our highest paid athlete ever, but Steven Adams has never lost what it means to be a Kiwi, and he shows it every day.

Want a career that pays really well and where you can quickly become your own boss? The 4th running of Got A Trade? Got It Made! week is definitely for you.

Thinking about study at a university, polytechnic or other tertiary organisations? Check them out properly first, and Open Days are a great way to start.

Avondale College has proven again it is New Zealand’s powerhouse school when it comes to digital technologies.

We like to think things are pretty fair here in Aotearoa, and that guys and girls have the same chances of doing things. We’re kinda proud of that.

New and emerging sports are giving mainstream sports like netball, rugby, cricket and football a serious challenge in the race for student attention.

When your teachers or parents get on your case for playing Fortnite, tell them you are sharpening up your soft skills. You’re learning, not gaming.

Growing food is the world’s oldest, most important and most secure job. Humans have always needed to grow and store food, and by the time school leavers today reach the age of 50, the world will need to have doubled the amount of food we grow.

Deciding what to do with your life after school ends can be a daunting decision. Many of my friends have agonised over not knowing what they want to study at University, or what kind of career they want. By Renee Cooke

Get searching for that free money called scholarships
Tourism needs changing to become viable as a career
Gap year camp will help firm up plans for study
Working with DOC could be an amazing choice
Financial pressures force Unitec to trim some programmes
When you’re done unboxing, check out Mukbang
How to Become a Social Media Manager
A guide to studying Engineering
Teenage designer among the stars at NZ Fashion Week
Yes, you can become a rocket scientist
Lincoln and Canterbury universities look set to merge
Win your own copy of Steven Adams: My Life, My Fight
Got A Trade? Got It Made! Week is aimed at you
Get the most from Open Days by asking questions
Avondale College leading the way in Digital Technology learning
Japanese medical school actively keeping the girls out
New opportunities rise as sports continue to evolve
7 life lessons you are learning by playing Fortnite
Apprenticeships available now in NZ's fastest growing industry
Process can help you with the big decision ahead

Latest News

 When it comes to scholarships there is one really important rule to follow: apply early and apply often

The thoughts of school leavers like you will help shape the plans of the tourism industry as it struggles to attract the workforce it needs.

Are you someone who isn’t too keen on the idea of heading to University after finishing high school? Luckily for you, there are definitely other pathways you can take!

By Renee, September 2018

We’ve all heard about DOC... but what are they? Who are they? Can you really work for them? Well folks, read on!

By Pritha, September 2018

Unitec has been forced to close or wind up a number of programmes as it continues to try and battle its way out of financial strife. A number of these closures could affect you.

Among the 300 hours of video that is uploaded to You Tube every minute you can bet there is some truly weird content. Think unboxing.

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat… raise your hand if you’ve got an account with at least one. There’s no denying social media has taken over our lives… and jobs.

Creative problem solver? Enjoy being practical and hands-on? Your future might just have the word Engineering in it.

New Zealand Fashion Week is the high point of the year for NZ clothing designers, with over 75 designers from Adrienne Winklemann to Zambesi. So what’s 19 year old Havilah Koledoye doing there?

Kiwi students can now apply for internships with the US space agency NASA, giving students the chance to work in NASA's best and most advanced research facilities, with access to expert mentors.

Lincoln University and the University of Canterbury (UC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to potentially merge. We think.

He’s NZ’s highest profile sportsman, our highest paid athlete ever, but Steven Adams has never lost what it means to be a Kiwi, and he shows it every day.

Want a career that pays really well and where you can quickly become your own boss? The 4th running of Got A Trade? Got It Made! week is definitely for you.

Thinking about study at a university, polytechnic or other tertiary organisations? Check them out properly first, and Open Days are a great way to start.

Avondale College has proven again it is New Zealand’s powerhouse school when it comes to digital technologies.

We like to think things are pretty fair here in Aotearoa, and that guys and girls have the same chances of doing things. We’re kinda proud of that.

New and emerging sports are giving mainstream sports like netball, rugby, cricket and football a serious challenge in the race for student attention.

When your teachers or parents get on your case for playing Fortnite, tell them you are sharpening up your soft skills. You’re learning, not gaming.

Growing food is the world’s oldest, most important and most secure job. Humans have always needed to grow and store food, and by the time school leavers today reach the age of 50, the world will need to have doubled the amount of food we grow.

Deciding what to do with your life after school ends can be a daunting decision. Many of my friends have agonised over not knowing what they want to study at University, or what kind of career they want. By Renee Cooke

Get searching for that free money called scholarships

 When it comes to scholarships there is one really important rule to follow: apply early and apply often

Tourism needs changing to become viable as a career

The thoughts of school leavers like you will help shape the plans of the tourism industry as it struggles to attract the workforce it needs.

Gap year camp will help firm up plans for study

Are you someone who isn’t too keen on the idea of heading to University after finishing high school? Luckily for you, there are definitely other pathways you can take!

By Renee, September 2018

Working with DOC could be an amazing choice

We’ve all heard about DOC... but what are they? Who are they? Can you really work for them? Well folks, read on!

By Pritha, September 2018

Financial pressures force Unitec to trim some programmes

Unitec has been forced to close or wind up a number of programmes as it continues to try and battle its way out of financial strife. A number of these closures could affect you.

When you’re done unboxing, check out Mukbang

Among the 300 hours of video that is uploaded to You Tube every minute you can bet there is some truly weird content. Think unboxing.

How to Become a Social Media Manager

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat… raise your hand if you’ve got an account with at least one. There’s no denying social media has taken over our lives… and jobs.

A guide to studying Engineering

Creative problem solver? Enjoy being practical and hands-on? Your future might just have the word Engineering in it.

Teenage designer among the stars at NZ Fashion Week

New Zealand Fashion Week is the high point of the year for NZ clothing designers, with over 75 designers from Adrienne Winklemann to Zambesi. So what’s 19 year old Havilah Koledoye doing there?

Yes, you can become a rocket scientist

Kiwi students can now apply for internships with the US space agency NASA, giving students the chance to work in NASA's best and most advanced research facilities, with access to expert mentors.

Lincoln and Canterbury universities look set to merge

Lincoln University and the University of Canterbury (UC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to potentially merge. We think.

Win your own copy of Steven Adams: My Life, My Fight

He’s NZ’s highest profile sportsman, our highest paid athlete ever, but Steven Adams has never lost what it means to be a Kiwi, and he shows it every day.

Got A Trade? Got It Made! Week is aimed at you

Want a career that pays really well and where you can quickly become your own boss? The 4th running of Got A Trade? Got It Made! week is definitely for you.

Get the most from Open Days by asking questions

Thinking about study at a university, polytechnic or other tertiary organisations? Check them out properly first, and Open Days are a great way to start.

Avondale College leading the way in Digital Technology learning

Avondale College has proven again it is New Zealand’s powerhouse school when it comes to digital technologies.

Japanese medical school actively keeping the girls out

We like to think things are pretty fair here in Aotearoa, and that guys and girls have the same chances of doing things. We’re kinda proud of that.

New opportunities rise as sports continue to evolve

New and emerging sports are giving mainstream sports like netball, rugby, cricket and football a serious challenge in the race for student attention.

7 life lessons you are learning by playing Fortnite

When your teachers or parents get on your case for playing Fortnite, tell them you are sharpening up your soft skills. You’re learning, not gaming.

Apprenticeships available now in NZ's fastest growing industry

Growing food is the world’s oldest, most important and most secure job. Humans have always needed to grow and store food, and by the time school leavers today reach the age of 50, the world will need ...

Process can help you with the big decision ahead

Deciding what to do with your life after school ends can be a daunting decision. Many of my friends have agonised over not knowing what they want to study at University, or what kind of career they ...

   
   
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