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Summer will be here before you know it, and the term 3 holidays is a great time to start planning ...
More than 300 aspiring artists submitted entries in the 6th Annual Secondary School Wallace Art ...
The release of another bunch of global university rankings briefly flashed across the news at the ...
Wondering if a career in the booming construction industry might be for you? Maybe this easy and ...
With the New Zealand election just a few short weeks away, the Labour Party has created plenty of ...
If you're planning to live in a hostel or residential college next year, you need to get your ...
We have about a month until we get to choose which party or grouping of parties gets to lead our ...
Better than Free Education - Get Paid to Get Ahead with Apprenticeships Got A Trade? Got It ...
Prime Minister, Rt Hon Bill English, officially opened Ara Institute of Canterbury’s $34m Kahukura ...
There’s an election coming up in NZ on 23 September, but the very people most affected by this ...

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

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.

If you're planning to live in a hostel or residential college next year, you need to get your applications sorted and underway. Here's how to do this.

We have about a month until we get to choose which party or grouping of parties gets to lead our government for the next three years. School leavers like you will be the most affected by the policies and actions of the government after September ...

Better than Free Education - Get Paid to Get Ahead with Apprenticeships

Got A Trade? Got It Made! Week - 21 to 25 August 2017 

Prime Minister, Rt Hon Bill English, officially opened Ara Institute of Canterbury’s $34m Kahukura Engineering and Architectural Studies building at their City Campus on August 10.

There’s an election coming up in NZ on 23 September, but the very people most affected by this election will actually have the least to do with it. We’re talking about us.

Haircuts. Not too long ago these were resisted with all the strength men and boys could muster. Today this has all changed and barber shops are among the coolest places in town.

Living around Auckland and looking for a pathway into the booming construction industry and related trades? Aspire2 Trades could be a great place to start.

Open Days give you a taste of student life and can help make your tertiary study decisions. These SchoolLeaver tips can help make Open Days (or any institution visits) really work for you.  

The University of Auckland’s state-of-the-art science building, incorporating leading-edge design in teaching and learning facilities, was officially opened on 27 July.

 

Tourism is New Zealand’s second largest business (after agriculture), with more than 3.6 million visitors heading here in the last year from all around the world, spending almost $15 billion while they’re here.

What’s this all mean? It means ...

While Peter Burling, Glen Ashby and Blair Tuke were the public stars of the recent America’s Cup, the real heroes of the win were the team in the shed who put the boat back together after it nosedived in Bermuda.

Living in South Canterbury and interested in a career in health? Ara Institute of Canterbury could potentially make it easier for you with more programmes and more pathways in health being offered at a health training hub in Timaru.

A team of Agribusiness students from St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton have taken out the ‘Young Inventor of the Year’ prize at Fieldays 2017, pocketing $1000 for their efforts.

Getting into a university can be very competitive, and getting a job when you graduate is way harder now that it ever has been.  

If rankings are an important factor in helping you work out which university you want to go to, the latest rankings will have you smiling, but maybe a little nonplussed too. 

Getting a Summer Job
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
Getting your hostel sorted for 2018
Election 2017 - what's in it for you?
Apprenticeships - Get Paid to Get Ahead
Ara Institute celebrates new Engineering and Architectural Studies facility
Vote for your future, not theirs
Old style barbering making new wave comeback
New Trades Campus could be the start you need
Five ways to max out your Open Day visits
New science facilities opened at University of Auckland
Want to get a job in NZ's tourism industry?
Cup win creates jobs for boat and water loving school leavers
Ara sets up health training hub for South Canterbury
Year 13 Agribusiness students claim Fieldays inventor prize
Gap Year – smart and fun source of skills for success
Latest rankings good, but they’re not everything

Latest News

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

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.

If you're planning to live in a hostel or residential college next year, you need to get your applications sorted and underway. Here's how to do this.

We have about a month until we get to choose which party or grouping of parties gets to lead our government for the next three years. School leavers like you will be the most affected by the policies and actions of the government after September ...

Better than Free Education - Get Paid to Get Ahead with Apprenticeships

Got A Trade? Got It Made! Week - 21 to 25 August 2017 

Prime Minister, Rt Hon Bill English, officially opened Ara Institute of Canterbury’s $34m Kahukura Engineering and Architectural Studies building at their City Campus on August 10.

There’s an election coming up in NZ on 23 September, but the very people most affected by this election will actually have the least to do with it. We’re talking about us.

Haircuts. Not too long ago these were resisted with all the strength men and boys could muster. Today this has all changed and barber shops are among the coolest places in town.

Living around Auckland and looking for a pathway into the booming construction industry and related trades? Aspire2 Trades could be a great place to start.

Open Days give you a taste of student life and can help make your tertiary study decisions. These SchoolLeaver tips can help make Open Days (or any institution visits) really work for you.  

The University of Auckland’s state-of-the-art science building, incorporating leading-edge design in teaching and learning facilities, was officially opened on 27 July.

 

Tourism is New Zealand’s second largest business (after agriculture), with more than 3.6 million visitors heading here in the last year from all around the world, spending almost $15 billion while they’re here.

What’s this all mean? It means ...

While Peter Burling, Glen Ashby and Blair Tuke were the public stars of the recent America’s Cup, the real heroes of the win were the team in the shed who put the boat back together after it nosedived in Bermuda.

Living in South Canterbury and interested in a career in health? Ara Institute of Canterbury could potentially make it easier for you with more programmes and more pathways in health being offered at a health training hub in Timaru.

A team of Agribusiness students from St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton have taken out the ‘Young Inventor of the Year’ prize at Fieldays 2017, pocketing $1000 for their efforts.

Getting into a university can be very competitive, and getting a job when you graduate is way harder now that it ever has been.  

If rankings are an important factor in helping you work out which university you want to go to, the latest rankings will have you smiling, but maybe a little nonplussed too. 

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.

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.

Getting your hostel sorted for 2018

If you're planning to live in a hostel or residential college next year, you need to get your applications sorted and underway. Here's how to do this.

Election 2017 - what's in it for you?
We have about a month until we get to choose which party or grouping of parties gets to lead our government for the next three years. School leavers like you will be the most affected by the policies ...
Apprenticeships - Get Paid to Get Ahead

Better than Free Education - Get Paid to Get Ahead with Apprenticeships

Got A Trade? Got It Made! Week - 21 to 25 August 2017 

Ara Institute celebrates new Engineering and Architectural Studies facility

Prime Minister, Rt Hon Bill English, officially opened Ara Institute of Canterbury’s $34m Kahukura Engineering and Architectural Studies building at their City Campus on August 10.

Vote for your future, not theirs

There’s an election coming up in NZ on 23 September, but the very people most affected by this election will actually have the least to do with it. We’re talking about us.

Old style barbering making new wave comeback

Haircuts. Not too long ago these were resisted with all the strength men and boys could muster. Today this has all changed and barber shops are among the coolest places in town.

New Trades Campus could be the start you need

Living around Auckland and looking for a pathway into the booming construction industry and related trades? Aspire2 Trades could be a great place to start.

Five ways to max out your Open Day visits

Open Days give you a taste of student life and can help make your tertiary study decisions. These SchoolLeaver tips can help make Open Days (or any institution visits) really work for you.  

New science facilities opened at University of Auckland

The University of Auckland’s state-of-the-art science building, incorporating leading-edge design in teaching and learning facilities, was officially opened on 27 July.

Want to get a job in NZ's tourism industry?

 

Tourism is New Zealand’s second largest business (after agriculture), with more than 3.6 million visitors heading here in the last year from all around the world, spending almost $15 billion ...

Cup win creates jobs for boat and water loving school leavers

While Peter Burling, Glen Ashby and Blair Tuke were the public stars of the recent America’s Cup, the real heroes of the win were the team in the shed who put the boat back together after it ...

Ara sets up health training hub for South Canterbury

Living in South Canterbury and interested in a career in health? Ara Institute of Canterbury could potentially make it easier for you with more programmes and more pathways in health being offered at ...

Year 13 Agribusiness students claim Fieldays inventor prize

A team of Agribusiness students from St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton have taken out the ‘Young Inventor of the Year’ prize at Fieldays 2017, pocketing $1000 for their efforts.

Gap Year – smart and fun source of skills for success

Getting into a university can be very competitive, and getting a job when you graduate is way harder now that it ever has been.  

Latest rankings good, but they’re not everything

If rankings are an important factor in helping you work out which university you want to go to, the latest rankings will have you smiling, but maybe a little nonplussed too. 

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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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