News and Events at Whitireia New Zealand.
TOAST, 15 November – 14 December, is an annual celebration of graduate works from the Whitireia Bachelor of Applied Arts programme.
Friday this week will see Whitireia celebrating the tenth anniversary of its Bachelor of Nursing Pacific programme.
This week Whitireia plays host to the Mental Health and Addiction Nurse Educators Forum at our Porirua campus.
The third cohort of graduands from the Bachelor of Nursing Māori programme at Whitireia will be celebrating their success at a graduation ceremony next week at the Porirua campus.
Whitireia music students are thrilled to have Bella Kalolo joining them on stage for an amazing Soul Revue show on Thursday 18 September, 8pm at The James Cabaret.
International students are set to benefit from the planned runway extension proposed for Wellington Airport.
Our Kāpiti campus, on the corner of Milne Drive and Kapiti Road, is opening its doors on 17 September between 1pm and 6pm.
Whitireia Community Polytechnic, the Wellington Institute of Technology, and developer Willis Bond & Co have signed a deal which will see a truly international centre for creative technologies and arts built in the heart of Wellington.
On 29 August, the New Zealand Film and Television School, Performance Centre, Wellington Campus (incorporating New Zealand Radio Training School), and Computer Power Plus will be open showcasing the programmes we have on offer.
A report released today by the Tertiary Education Commission shows Whitireia is among New Zealand’s top performing polytechnics.