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16 November 2017

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North Carolina State University student wins $15K scholarship to study abroad in New Zealand

Education New Zealand and Go Overseas travel to Raleigh
to surprise the Marine Biology Junior with good news

8 November 2017

Education News

Christchurch takes education to China

ChristchurchNZ and Christchurch Educated teamed up to produce a series of agent- and student-facing events in China last month.

8 November 2017

Education News

Calling all China research specialists

ENZ is pleased to announce the latest round of the New Zealand-China Tripartite Fund, with applications now open.

8 November 2017

Education News

Around the world in five

Here’s a round-up of five developments and news stories from key international education markets.

8 November 2017

Education News

Celebrating 60-year friendship with Malaysia

To celebrate 60 years of bilateral relations with Malaysia, New Zealand government agencies created Discover Aotearoa New Zealand.

8 November 2017

Education News

Korean celebrities promote New Zealand education

Two well-known South Korean actors arrived in Christchurch in September to film a reality television show featuring their own school-aged children.

8 November 2017

Education News

Victoria offering New Zealand’s first bicultural MOOC

Victoria University of Wellington has introduced New Zealand’s first bicultural MOOC.

8 November 2017

Education News

New Zealand Tertiary College India celebrates graduates

More than 40 early childhood education graduates were acknowledged at NZTC India’s graduation ceremony over the weekend.

8 November 2017

Education News

Register for the China Mayoral Forum education session

Education providers and regional partners are invited to attend the 2017 New Zealand-China Mayoral Forum in December.

8 November 2017

Education News

Giving students the right immigration advice

The Immigration Advisers Authority is reminding all education providers that staff providing immigration advice to students must be licensed or exempt.

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