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Let your imagination run wild at EIT’s ideaschool. Our industry-experienced lecturers and purpose-built facilities will set you up for a career in visual arts and design, fashion, music or screen production.

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Ryan Beaven

Ryan Beaven, Diploma in Screen Production

After graduation of the EIT Diploma in Screen Production Ryan chased down jobs including hanging from a helicopter filming the Genesis Energy Lake to Lighthouse Challenge and working in Christchurch post-earthquake for TV One News.  Now he has a coveted job with TVNZ in Wellington as an Operations Assistant.  “I do a bit of everything which suits me.”

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Peter Janes

Peter Janes has worked in the Australasian TV industry since NZBC days in the late 1960s. His work in television includes iconic series such The Power Rangers, The Tribe, Shortland Street and Xena Warrior Princess; dramas like Mercy Peak and Jackson’s Wharf; comedy series The Topp Twins and Pio.

His film work includes the so-called Maori Merchant of Venice (He Taonga Films); documentaries include Ten Guitars, and Standing in the Sunshine and Opera in the Outback featuring Kiri Te Kanawa; and a number of Flying Nun music videos for TV Series Radio With Pictures including TheVerlaines’ Death and the Maiden.

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Film your Dreams

EIT's purpose-built Screen Production Centre is centred around two large studios and includes three editing suites, TV editing stations and a small sound studio.  A surround sound theatre doubles as a screen/classroom.

Dedicated solely to students, the John Harré Screen and Electronic Media centre is deemed to be one of the best-equipped screen production teaching facilities in a NZ tertiary institution.

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Passion for Fashion 

Sew up your career and study in style at EIT

EIT offers various fashion programmes that will give you the skills and knowledge to enter the fashion industry.

Learn everything from designing clothes and pattern-making to creating your own fashion label.

Students design and create their own garments, learn about production for fashion shows and gain the skills to establish their own business within the fashion industries.

Certificate in Fashion Apparel students are involved in organising/planning and modelling in EIT’s annual Fashion Show.

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