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The annual Art and Design Graduate Shows are in full swing, with institutions across the country showcasing the hard work of their students.

Plenty of us have dreams of setting up our own business, being our own boss, an entrepreneur, and taking the risk that eventually – hopefully - leads to reward.

Future grand prix motorcycle riders and electric vehicle designers and makers all over the country saw their dreams come to life at the start of the final term for 2017.

Which New Zealand university’s courses and degrees give you the biggest chance of getting a job? The answer might surprise you.

Closing dates for university applications are drawing near, are you ready?

NZ’s new Labour-led Government has promised some really significant changes to tertiary training and study, and school leavers look like the winners.

If you’re planning to go to university or take on other studies when you leave school, you will need to get your head around just what this plan may cost. You may be unpleasantly surprised.

 

Top apps and websites to help you crack your NCEA exams

So how does this work? We are told from the start of high school that we need to get as qualified as possible to get good jobs. Now the country’s biggest employers are telling us they don’t need degrees. What’s going on?

The global population is growing and so is the demand for food. This means more jobs, with more variety, in a country that is famed for its natural resources and can-do attitude. Jobs maybe for you.

A new apprentice programme based in the booming dairy industry is now looking to find and have 200 young workers on farms across the country in the coming months. This could be a life-changing opportunity for some school leavers.

The number of girls signing up to study engineering at NZ universities has doubled in the last decade, and numbers are continuing to rise.

For years they told us we were getting a world-class education. Turns out they were right.

The one certainty facing you as a school leaver in the next year or two is that the future will be, well, ……..uncertain.

Summer will be here before you know it, and the term 3 holidays is a great time to start planning for a summer job.

We know the robots are coming, and that they’re after our jobs. Will BA graduates save us?

More than 300 aspiring artists submitted entries in the 6th Annual Secondary School Wallace Art Awards which were judged in Auckland on 11 September.

The release of another bunch of global university rankings briefly flashed across the news at the start of September. Seems they never stop. However the latest report was – mercifully for some - quickly swallowed up by coverage of tertiary-related ...

Wondering if a career in the booming construction industry might be for you? Maybe this easy and fun quiz can help you decide.

With the New Zealand election just a few short weeks away, the Labour Party has created plenty of discussion with their policy of three years of free tertiary education for school leavers.

November is the month for Art and Design showcases
What does it take to be an entrepreneur?
Revving up skills for future careers
Will I get a job if I study that? See what recent grads are doing
Application dates are looming, don’t miss the boat!
Election result: What’s in it for you?
Rising uni costs making potential students look hard at choices
Top tips to cracking NCEA
Employers go public wanting skills over qualifications. What's up?
Horticulture – your ticket to a sustainable future in food
200 new apprenticeships wanted in dairy industry
Record numbers of girls enrolling in Engineering
NZ getting you the readiest in the world
What will the hot jobs be in the next five years?
Getting a Summer Job
BA graduates are set to conquer the robots
Winners of top school art awards named
Uni rankings as likely to confuse you as help you
Construction career quiz- can you dig it?
Parties making your future a big part of this election

Latest News

The annual Art and Design Graduate Shows are in full swing, with institutions across the country showcasing the hard work of their students.

Plenty of us have dreams of setting up our own business, being our own boss, an entrepreneur, and taking the risk that eventually – hopefully - leads to reward.

Future grand prix motorcycle riders and electric vehicle designers and makers all over the country saw their dreams come to life at the start of the final term for 2017.

Which New Zealand university’s courses and degrees give you the biggest chance of getting a job? The answer might surprise you.

Closing dates for university applications are drawing near, are you ready?

NZ’s new Labour-led Government has promised some really significant changes to tertiary training and study, and school leavers look like the winners.

If you’re planning to go to university or take on other studies when you leave school, you will need to get your head around just what this plan may cost. You may be unpleasantly surprised.

 

Top apps and websites to help you crack your NCEA exams

So how does this work? We are told from the start of high school that we need to get as qualified as possible to get good jobs. Now the country’s biggest employers are telling us they don’t need degrees. What’s going on?

The global population is growing and so is the demand for food. This means more jobs, with more variety, in a country that is famed for its natural resources and can-do attitude. Jobs maybe for you.

A new apprentice programme based in the booming dairy industry is now looking to find and have 200 young workers on farms across the country in the coming months. This could be a life-changing opportunity for some school leavers.

The number of girls signing up to study engineering at NZ universities has doubled in the last decade, and numbers are continuing to rise.

For years they told us we were getting a world-class education. Turns out they were right.

The one certainty facing you as a school leaver in the next year or two is that the future will be, well, ……..uncertain.

Summer will be here before you know it, and the term 3 holidays is a great time to start planning for a summer job.

We know the robots are coming, and that they’re after our jobs. Will BA graduates save us?

More than 300 aspiring artists submitted entries in the 6th Annual Secondary School Wallace Art Awards which were judged in Auckland on 11 September.

The release of another bunch of global university rankings briefly flashed across the news at the start of September. Seems they never stop. However the latest report was – mercifully for some - quickly swallowed up by coverage of tertiary-related ...

Wondering if a career in the booming construction industry might be for you? Maybe this easy and fun quiz can help you decide.

With the New Zealand election just a few short weeks away, the Labour Party has created plenty of discussion with their policy of three years of free tertiary education for school leavers.

November is the month for Art and Design showcases

The annual Art and Design Graduate Shows are in full swing, with institutions across the country showcasing the hard work of their students.

What does it take to be an entrepreneur?

Plenty of us have dreams of setting up our own business, being our own boss, an entrepreneur, and taking the risk that eventually – hopefully - leads to reward.

Revving up skills for future careers

Future grand prix motorcycle riders and electric vehicle designers and makers all over the country saw their dreams come to life at the start of the final term for 2017.

Will I get a job if I study that? See what recent grads are doing

Which New Zealand university’s courses and degrees give you the biggest chance of getting a job? The answer might surprise you.

Application dates are looming, don’t miss the boat!

Closing dates for university applications are drawing near, are you ready?

Election result: What’s in it for you?

NZ’s new Labour-led Government has promised some really significant changes to tertiary training and study, and school leavers look like the winners.

Rising uni costs making potential students look hard at choices

If you’re planning to go to university or take on other studies when you leave school, you will need to get your head around just what this plan may cost. You may be unpleasantly surprised.

Top tips to cracking NCEA

 

Top apps and websites to help you crack your NCEA exams

Employers go public wanting skills over qualifications. What's up?

So how does this work? We are told from the start of high school that we need to get as qualified as possible to get good jobs. Now the country’s biggest employers are telling us they don’t need ...

Horticulture – your ticket to a sustainable future in food

The global population is growing and so is the demand for food. This means more jobs, with more variety, in a country that is famed for its natural resources and can-do attitude. Jobs maybe for you.

200 new apprenticeships wanted in dairy industry

A new apprentice programme based in the booming dairy industry is now looking to find and have 200 young workers on farms across the country in the coming months. This could be a life-changing ...

Record numbers of girls enrolling in Engineering

The number of girls signing up to study engineering at NZ universities has doubled in the last decade, and numbers are continuing to rise.

NZ getting you the readiest in the world

For years they told us we were getting a world-class education. Turns out they were right.

What will the hot jobs be in the next five years?

The one certainty facing you as a school leaver in the next year or two is that the future will be, well, ……..uncertain.

Getting a Summer Job

Summer will be here before you know it, and the term 3 holidays is a great time to start planning for a summer job.

BA graduates are set to conquer the robots

We know the robots are coming, and that they’re after our jobs. Will BA graduates save us?

Winners of top school art awards named

More than 300 aspiring artists submitted entries in the 6th Annual Secondary School Wallace Art Awards which were judged in Auckland on 11 September.

Uni rankings as likely to confuse you as help you

The release of another bunch of global university rankings briefly flashed across the news at the start of September. Seems they never stop. However the latest report was – mercifully for some - ...

Construction career quiz- can you dig it?

Wondering if a career in the booming construction industry might be for you? Maybe this easy and fun quiz can help you decide.

Parties making your future a big part of this election

With the New Zealand election just a few short weeks away, the Labour Party has created plenty of discussion with their policy of three years of free tertiary education for school leavers.

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Check out our latest Jobs of the Week

 

Are you a people person? Then a career in Retail may be just the thing for you!

If you're creative and practical, a career in Landscaping could be an attractive option

 

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