News and Events at Whitireia New Zealand.
Students on the Whitireia Beauty and Hairdressing programmes recently participated in class competitions to create a full styling image on models of their choice.
Our third year Bachelor of Applied Arts (Visual Arts and Design) students have shows popping up across the Wellington region as part of their mid-year exhibition season.
Learn to prepare, cook and plate food ‘bistro style’ with Whitireia Community Polytechnic’s lead cookery tutor, Martin Russek.
A limited number of places are available on the following programmes starting at Whitireia for Semester Two in July and August.
Whitireia School of Music students will be presenting a jazz showcase tonight at Public in Wellington, 7-9pm.
Something for the long weekend. Te Whare Matoro at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa will see ten teams from around the country perform a fusion of traditional Kapahaka and contemporary entertainment.
Whitireia Bachelor of Nursing Pacific tutor Loma-Linda Tasi has been doing extraordinary work in smoking cessation research, both in New Zealand and across the Pacific.
Wellington’s creative community is set to benefit from the build of a new $22.5 million campus which will produce more than 1000 graduates each year to support New Zealand’s flourishing film, creative technology and applied arts industries.
As part of our 30 year celebrations, join us for Thirty for 30, a series of 30 stories highlighting many of the key events in the history of Whitireia. This week, the construction of our first permanent building.
A group of six students and two tutors from the nursing programme at Canada’s Camosun College will celebrate International Nurses Day today in Porirua.