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Aid development programme ELTO running at EIT
1 hour ago

Leapphy Chea, Ananda Paramita, Nening Daryati are three out of 62 English language learners from South East Asia who are currently studying in New Zealand. They are participating in the ELTO...

U.S. Ambassador Scott Brown visiting EIT
4 days ago

On Friday, the U.S Ambassador to New Zealand, Scott Brown visited EIT’s Pettigrew Green Arena. He and his family are attending Napier’s annual Art Deco Festival and are taking part in the...

Honey is flowing at EIT
5 days ago

When Gui Vilhena turned 17, he took over his uncle’s bee hives in his hometown of Jundiai in Brazil and started to commercially cultivate honey. Once he finished high school, Gui studied...

EIT will input to Education Reforms
6 days ago

The Reform of Vocational Education (ROVE) project are wide-sweeping reforms and will impact significantly on the Institute of Technology and Polytechnic Sector. “EIT will continue as...

Run on student places at EIT’s School of Nursing
6 days ago

The School of Nursing has seen one of the biggest run on study places in its history. 86 new students have enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing programme with more than 120 having applied for a...

Boss signed up whole team for EIT certificate
February 11, 2019

Ivan Bellamy, Karl Nielsen and Mahouri Hodges work for roading company Topline Contracting. In August 2018, their boss, Taurus Taurima signed up 80 percent of his staff including himself for...

Making fashion into an art form
February 8, 2019

Two of EIT’s most passionate fashion design graduates are back this year to pass on their skills to other aspiring clothing designers. Marlana “Lane” Nepe and Aisling “Ash”  McKenzie...

New Social Work Lecturer keen to share experience
February 8, 2019

After working in the frontline of the local social work sector, newly appointed EIT social work lecturer Sarah Elliott is looking forward to passing on the skills she has learned. She is...