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Online service reduces qualification fraud

The University of Otago has joined the growing ranks of New Zealand and Australian universities using My eQuals, an online service allowing student academic records to be certified digitally and securely stored online.

Students to get NZ university degree without leaving China

Hundreds of students can now get a Waikato degree without setting foot on the Hamilton campus.

Dillon Scholarships available for Rotorua students with disabilities

Rotorua students who have a significant physical or intellectual disability can now apply for their share of BayTrust's $100,000 Dillon Scholarship fund to help them do tertiary study next year.

“That’s women’s work”: Challenging gender stereotypes through tertiary education

The way tertiary education organisations package, promote and deliver their courses can help challenge long-held societal perceptions about certain vocations. By JUDE BARBACK.

Assuring the quality of tertiary teaching in New Zealand

DR JOHN BOEREBOOM argues that we need to develop a clearer framework to measure quality tertiary teaching in New Zealand.

Opinion: Deborah Hill Cone – A John Cleese kind of school

Hard work and creativity are what really count - not a university degree

Micro-credentials: A sea change for tertiary education

ANNIE GRAHAM-RILEY looks at the new bite-sized qualifications that look set to change the relationship between work and study.

Shine like a diamond: PM’s supreme award winner

Education Review asks Te Taka Keegan, recipient of this year’s Prime Minister’s Supreme Award at the Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards, about what it takes to shine in tertiary teaching.

Canadian rich lister donates $1m to Auckland University

Canadian rich lister John McCall MacBain is gifting more than $1million to The University of Auckland to fund a postgraduate scholarship programme.

On-job training the way forward for service sector

Industry training organisation for New Zealand's service sectors, ServiceIQ, responds to an open letter signed by 100 companies calling for more opportunities for on-the-job training for workers in these sectors.
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