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Many of us will soon bump up against the employment-experience paradox: we need experience to get a job, but we need the job to get the relevant experience.

What do you want from a degree? How does this sound: “employable, work-ready graduates who have a good understanding of the industry and its connections to other disciplines”?

Saving the planet, being the change and making a difference, all at the same time, just ain’t that easy. This might be the degree you need to get started.

Did you know that right now there is more than $3 million worth of scholarships waiting to be handed out to young people wanting to be part of NZ’s strongest industry. Go get ‘em!

Estimates are that 56,000 new employees will be needed with approximately half of that demand centring around Auckland’s construction industry. NZMA may have the pathway into these quality jobs for you.

Don’t believe the stories about the retail sector disappearing under the tsunami of online shopping and commerce. We love shopping, and in the next four years over 100,000 new workers will be needed to satisfy our need for the retail experience.

Want to feel stronger? Wear a Superman t-shirt. Want to score better in an exam? Wear a doctor’s white coat to the test.

New Zealand’s annual Techweek is back this May to get you inspired about the future of technology and possibly give you a steer on your own career.

Each year NZ’s top students are recognised through their success in New Zealand Scholarship examinations.

Education entrepreneur Feroz Ali has made his second investment in a NZ tertiary institution with the purchase of Auckland-based Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design.

Thinking about heading to university or other study when school is finished? Watch for the money traps that can change your life.

Wellington’s reputation as New Zealand’s creative capital was further boosted in late February with the opening of Te Auaha, the New Zealand Institute of Creativity.

All eight of New Zealand's universities are ranked in the top 3 per cent globally, and are in the top 50 in 32 subject areas.

Pay is up. Jobs are up. Now could be a great time to think of a role in New Zealand’s growing IT industry.

When the parents of an 18-year-old girl contacted Stuff’s parenting expert and ‘agony aunt’ about their daughter changing paths, they probably didn’t expect the response they got.

Jonathan Chan, a 17-year-old student from Auckland Grammar School has taken out the $50,000 Prime Minister’s Future Science Prize for 2017.

Animation and game/graphic design have become solid career path choices for creativly orientated students. Did you know we have some world-ranked animation schools right here in NZ?

You know someone really really wants to go to university when they are happy to walk almost 1500km to get there.

In January New Zealand joined the small list of countries with direct links to outer space. With these links come valuable jobs and roles for smart young Kiwis.

We are regularly being told that the robots are coming for our jobs, but when it comes to dealing with humans they ain’t there quite yet.

The paradox that comes with getting your first job
Massey grads ready for a new world of retail
NZ’s first graduates in Global Humanitarian Engineering
Scholarships worth millions to help grow New Zealand
NZMA opens modern Trades Campus in South Auckland
Plenty of work in retail's future
You just might be what you wear
TechweekNZ is back for 2018
Top Scholarship winners from 2017 are recognised
Education entrepreneur secures Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design
First year fees may be free, but that’s all
Creative Wellington's school for jobs that haven’t been invented yet
QS Rankings show NZ's universities rating well globally
Big money and good life available in booming IT industry
Agony aunt straightens parents out – love it!
2017 Prime Minister’s Future Scientist Winner
Top 100 international animation schools
Exchange student walks 1470km to start at Lincoln
Career options heading for orbit with Rocket Lab
Robots not quite ready for busy retail work

Latest News

Many of us will soon bump up against the employment-experience paradox: we need experience to get a job, but we need the job to get the relevant experience.

What do you want from a degree? How does this sound: “employable, work-ready graduates who have a good understanding of the industry and its connections to other disciplines”?

Saving the planet, being the change and making a difference, all at the same time, just ain’t that easy. This might be the degree you need to get started.

Did you know that right now there is more than $3 million worth of scholarships waiting to be handed out to young people wanting to be part of NZ’s strongest industry. Go get ‘em!

Estimates are that 56,000 new employees will be needed with approximately half of that demand centring around Auckland’s construction industry. NZMA may have the pathway into these quality jobs for you.

Don’t believe the stories about the retail sector disappearing under the tsunami of online shopping and commerce. We love shopping, and in the next four years over 100,000 new workers will be needed to satisfy our need for the retail experience.

Want to feel stronger? Wear a Superman t-shirt. Want to score better in an exam? Wear a doctor’s white coat to the test.

New Zealand’s annual Techweek is back this May to get you inspired about the future of technology and possibly give you a steer on your own career.

Each year NZ’s top students are recognised through their success in New Zealand Scholarship examinations.

Education entrepreneur Feroz Ali has made his second investment in a NZ tertiary institution with the purchase of Auckland-based Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design.

Thinking about heading to university or other study when school is finished? Watch for the money traps that can change your life.

Wellington’s reputation as New Zealand’s creative capital was further boosted in late February with the opening of Te Auaha, the New Zealand Institute of Creativity.

All eight of New Zealand's universities are ranked in the top 3 per cent globally, and are in the top 50 in 32 subject areas.

Pay is up. Jobs are up. Now could be a great time to think of a role in New Zealand’s growing IT industry.

When the parents of an 18-year-old girl contacted Stuff’s parenting expert and ‘agony aunt’ about their daughter changing paths, they probably didn’t expect the response they got.

Jonathan Chan, a 17-year-old student from Auckland Grammar School has taken out the $50,000 Prime Minister’s Future Science Prize for 2017.

Animation and game/graphic design have become solid career path choices for creativly orientated students. Did you know we have some world-ranked animation schools right here in NZ?

You know someone really really wants to go to university when they are happy to walk almost 1500km to get there.

In January New Zealand joined the small list of countries with direct links to outer space. With these links come valuable jobs and roles for smart young Kiwis.

We are regularly being told that the robots are coming for our jobs, but when it comes to dealing with humans they ain’t there quite yet.

The paradox that comes with getting your first job

Many of us will soon bump up against the employment-experience paradox: we need experience to get a job, but we need the job to get the relevant experience.

Massey grads ready for a new world of retail

What do you want from a degree? How does this sound: “employable, work-ready graduates who have a good understanding of the industry and its connections to other disciplines”?

NZ’s first graduates in Global Humanitarian Engineering

Saving the planet, being the change and making a difference, all at the same time, just ain’t that easy. This might be the degree you need to get started.

Scholarships worth millions to help grow New Zealand

Did you know that right now there is more than $3 million worth of scholarships waiting to be handed out to young people wanting to be part of NZ’s strongest industry. Go get ‘em!

NZMA opens modern Trades Campus in South Auckland

Estimates are that 56,000 new employees will be needed with approximately half of that demand centring around Auckland’s construction industry. NZMA may have the pathway into these quality jobs for ...

Plenty of work in retail's future

Don’t believe the stories about the retail sector disappearing under the tsunami of online shopping and commerce. We love shopping, and in the next four years over 100,000 new workers will be needed ...

You just might be what you wear

Want to feel stronger? Wear a Superman t-shirt. Want to score better in an exam? Wear a doctor’s white coat to the test.

TechweekNZ is back for 2018

New Zealand’s annual Techweek is back this May to get you inspired about the future of technology and possibly give you a steer on your own career.

Top Scholarship winners from 2017 are recognised

Each year NZ’s top students are recognised through their success in New Zealand Scholarship examinations.

Education entrepreneur secures Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design

Education entrepreneur Feroz Ali has made his second investment in a NZ tertiary institution with the purchase of Auckland-based Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design.

First year fees may be free, but that’s all

Thinking about heading to university or other study when school is finished? Watch for the money traps that can change your life.

Creative Wellington's school for jobs that haven’t been invented yet

Wellington’s reputation as New Zealand’s creative capital was further boosted in late February with the opening of Te Auaha, the New Zealand Institute of Creativity.

QS Rankings show NZ's universities rating well globally

All eight of New Zealand's universities are ranked in the top 3 per cent globally, and are in the top 50 in 32 subject areas.

Big money and good life available in booming IT industry

Pay is up. Jobs are up. Now could be a great time to think of a role in New Zealand’s growing IT industry.

Agony aunt straightens parents out – love it!

When the parents of an 18-year-old girl contacted Stuff’s parenting expert and ‘agony aunt’ about their daughter changing paths, they probably didn’t expect the response they got.

2017 Prime Minister’s Future Scientist Winner

Jonathan Chan, a 17-year-old student from Auckland Grammar School has taken out the $50,000 Prime Minister’s Future Science Prize for 2017.

Top 100 international animation schools

Animation and game/graphic design have become solid career path choices for creativly orientated students. Did you know we have some world-ranked animation schools right here in NZ?

Exchange student walks 1470km to start at Lincoln

You know someone really really wants to go to university when they are happy to walk almost 1500km to get there.

Career options heading for orbit with Rocket Lab

In January New Zealand joined the small list of countries with direct links to outer space. With these links come valuable jobs and roles for smart young Kiwis.

Robots not quite ready for busy retail work

We are regularly being told that the robots are coming for our jobs, but when it comes to dealing with humans they ain’t there quite yet.

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