20 January 2016 at 9:00 am
Telling the whole New Zealand story
It’s great to be heading in to 2016 buoyed by last year’s encouraging overall growth in enrolments and student visas.
We want to see the benefits of international education spread across all regions and sectors, so ENZ has boosted its team to better support international education growth in the regions.
New appointees Sarah Gauthier, Sahinde Pala and Jo Keane join Christchurch-based Business Development Manager, Greg Scott, to ensure ENZ’s Regional Partnership Programme activities are well-supported by a team of highly-experienced international education practitioners.
ENZ’s General Manager Business Development, Clive Jones, says, “I’m excited about starting 2016 with a strong regional team who are committed to helping our regions achieve growth. Greg and the team are passionate regional advocates, who are keen to get stuck in and work with regional providers and agencies to put plans into action.”
Many of you will be familiar with the new Regional Project Managers:
Sahinde Pala has joined ENZ from her role as Marketing Manager at LSI Language Studies International Worldwide. Sahinde is based in Auckland.
Sarah Gauthier moves back to ENZ after her recent work as Export Education Coordinator at Dunedin City Council. Sarah will be based in Wellington.
Jo Keane hops Cook Strait to join our Wellington office from her role as International Market Manager at Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology. Jo starts on 8 February.
Important update: passport requirements for temporary visa applicants offshore
Immigration New Zealand has advised of a temporary change to passport requirements for temporary visa applicants offshore. Read more.