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Chinese university chooses EIT wine education partnership

Having identified EIT as a leader in wine education, Qi Lu University of Technology has chosen the institute to teach wine science to its students - both in China and in Hawke's Bay.

Covid-19 success gives Kiwi universities unique opportunity to attract new wave of keen international...

New Zealand’s relative success against Covid-19 now gives Kiwi universities a unique opportunity to attract a new wave of keen international students, according to a report by the New Zealand Initiative. In the report, Open for...

School bans girls and boys playing together at breaks

A co-ed Catholic primary school has come under fire from parents after introducing a "no socialising" rule between the students of the opposite sex, news.com.au reports.

College old girl heads Canadian union

Stephanie Smith, a former student of Whanganui Girls' College has been re-elected president of the British Columbia Government Employees Union.

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.

Belief in international education growing: survey results

New Zealanders are increasingly recognising the benefits of international education, according to the results of a recent survey.

League tables: learning from experience

If there was a league table for international education systems, New Zealand would likely rank near the top. Will the introduction of primary school league tables see our ranking plummet?

Itchy feet?

Considering swapping your Kiwi classroom for pastures new? We look at your options
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Are our school leavers Asia-ready?

The Asia New Zealand Foundation has released the results of its 2016 school leavers survey ‘Losing Momentum – School Leavers’ Asia Engagement’, which looked at the Asia-readiness of our year 12 and 13 students....

Government tightens rules for foreign students

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

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