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Vietnam trip tops off Neelam’s tourism studies
14 hours ago

Every year a number of EIT students get the exciting opportunity to study abroad. Travel and tourism student Neelam Dadrah together with business students Jazz Singh and Grace Rocard are the...

When nursing becomes a family legacy
September 12, 2019

If there is a nursing gene, it undoubtedly runs in the Williams family. Danielle Williams, the youngest of the Hawke’s Bay dynasty of nurses, recently graduated from her Bachelor of Nursing...

Bright future beckons for international newly-weds
August 29, 2019

It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for graduates Amisha Verma and Shardul Abhyankar. Both students completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science at EIT and Shardul was also awarded...

EIT launches new degree in Veterinary Nursing
August 26, 2019

From February 2020 EIT’s Centre for Veterinary Nursing will offer a new three-year degree in Veterinary Nursing*. It will be delivered from the Hawke’s Bay campus in Taradale. “EIT is...

Course helps to ovecome the whakamā barrier
July 30, 2019

  Going for jobs can be daunting for people who have been out of the workforce long term, with women in particular often losing confidence after years at home raising children. A new...

An Open Letter to our Tairāwhiti Community
July 13, 2019

In mid-February this year, the government announced the Review of Vocational Education (RoVE). The proposal to merge New Zealand’s Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics into a single...

An Open Letter to our Hawke’s Bay Community
July 13, 2019

In mid-February this year, the government announced the Review of Vocational Education (RoVE). The proposal to merge New Zealand’s Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics into a single...