14 May 2024 at 10:30 am

International photo round-up

Key action from our teams offshore.  

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Along with New Zealand Ambassador to Republic of Korea H.E. Dawn Bennet, ENZ Senior Market Manager Kay Lee hosted eight New Zealand school teachers and representatives from the Korea Education Centre in Auckland at the Residence in Seoul.  

The group of New Zealand school teachers and youth club leaders visited Korea from 11 to 17 April 2024 to participate in the Korea Study Tour organised by KEC Auckland in partnership with North Asia CAPE.  

This tour provided an opportunity for the teachers to learn about Korean culture, history, and the education system, while also building relationships with Korean schools.  


ENZ Director of Engagement, Latin America, Javiera Visedo was invited to speak on a panel to kick off ‘Discover New Zealand Week’ at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Javiera was joined on the panel by the designated  Chilean Ambassador to New Zealand, Manahi Pakarati and Christy Pullyn, Second Secretary of the New Zealand Embassy in Chile. The theme of the panel talk was the role of women in diplomacy and embassies.  

Following the panel talk, Javiera and the Embassy team attended a student fair where students could learn more about studying in New Zealand.  

Throughout the week, students could take part in New Zealand related activities like film screenings, panel talks, dance and music. 

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ENZ Team India is running a School Debate Competition as part of the SheLeads campaign in India, two more debate competitions were held at Heritage Xperiential International school and Shiv Nadar School on April 18 and 23 respectively. 

The debate engaged in another round of discussions on the underrepresentation of women in STEM fields. The winners of the prelims will be competing at an interschool finale on 18 May. 

From L to R: Monika Chaudhary, ENZ Market Development Manager, Avira Bhatt, one of the debate competition winners; Ritu Dhingra, School Career Counsellor and Garima Khurana, HOD-Business, Management & Economics 


ENZ Director of Engagement DuBois Jennings and Kelsey Jackson from Victoria University of Wellington attended the Potomac and Chesapeake Association of College Admissions Counseling Conference. They delivered a session called Not just Study Abroad: What Counselors Need to Know About International Higher Education in collaboration with two high school counsellors, Rose Gnade and Jim Sawyer.  

DuBois and Kelsey did a deep dive into why New Zealand is a strong choice as a destination for students from the United States to do their full undergraduate degree. 

From L to R: DuBois Jennings, Kelsey Jackson, Rose Gnade and Jim Sawyer.   


ENZ and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade supported a Universities New Zealand delegation to attend the FAUBAI conference in São Paulo. FAUBAI is the largest and oldest event in Latin America dedicated to the internationalisation of higher education.  

The delegation met with representatives from FAUBAI, CAPES (Brazilian government agency which coordinates the Improvement of Higer Education Personnel), and FAPESP (São Paulo Research Foundation). 

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