An encouraging word to those of you planning to or thinking about studying arts when you leave school – the world is still going to nee
The plumbing industry reckons Auckland alone could use an extra almost 800 plumbers right now, and the shortage is reflected all over the
“If you do well at school you will get into University and get a good job; if you don’t do well, you can always do an apprenticeship.
Exams are here. Plenty of you will be pretty well sorted, knowing where you are with your NCEA credits or your other scores, and with a p
If you’re nearing the end of your high school career, I can almost guarantee that you have been or will be as
If you are thinking about studying what might be considered a less than popular mainstream course at Lincoln University next year, it may
If you're wanting to make sure you get the best chance to successfully complete your university degree or Institute of Technology or Poly
It’s exam season. That time when your year comes together in one huge blur of revision and study as you face getting tested on what you
Choosing your course of study can be tough. If you know you want to go to university or to study at a polytechn
New Zealand is in the grip of a serious construction boom and just about every part of the building and construction sector is crying out
Chelle is an expert at starting out at university. This year is her third crack at it. The first time was straight from high school at 1
Ceremonies at both the Mokoia Campus in Rotorua and the Windermere Campus in Tauranga have marked the official blessing of the Bay of Ple
If the Labour Party can lead a government after next year’s election, expect to see some pretty big changes in the way careers advice i
Restructuring continues at Lincoln University with four relatively unpopular science courses being trimmed from their 2017 range of study
If you have achieved NCEA Level 2 with Excellence or the equivalent through CIE* or IB*, attended school in NZ in 2015 and 2016 and are t
It’s one of the biggest decisions you will ever have to make, and they want you to make it before you have left school.
Scrapping UE, giving you a $45,000 tertiary education credit when you turn 16 and slapping interest back onto student loans.