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Education New Zealand’s scholarship campaign takes out global international education award

Education New Zealand’s 1 Million Cents Scholarship won Marketing Campaign of the Year at a global international education awards ceremony in London.

Are you interested in attracting more International Students?

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US study tour affirms good work being done in NZ schools, says principal

A five-week study tour of the United States confirmed to Otahuhu College principal Neil Watson that New Zealand schools are on the right track.

Government tightens rules for foreign students

The Government has made it harder for international students to work in New Zealand after they finish studying.

Saudi Arabian educators learn from New Zealand’s best

More than 70 Saudi Arabian teachers are in New Zealand for nine months to learn about New Zealand’s education system.

Simplistic education to blame for Brexit

A visiting University of Glasgow professor traces the roots of Brexit and fear of immigrants to a dumbed down education system, especially facile religious education.

Kiwi PE teachers head to Japan

Ten New Zealand physical education teachers head to Tokyo later this month to attend the Japan Sports Forum and give them a deeper understanding of the sporting culture in Japan.

Award-winning Indian students settle into New Zealand universities

A scholarship programme which aims to grow quality education linkages with India has seen a group of 35 students from India settle into their studies at New Zealand universities.

Te reo Maori to be taught to kids in Sydney from Otangarei

From small town Otangarei a local teacher could be teaching te reo to a group of Maori students across the ditch.

$5000 grant proves ‘massive incentive’ for foreign teachers

A new $5000 relocation grant is proving a "massive incentive" for agencies recruiting overseas teachers, as schools reopen after the summer holidays this week.
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