News and Events at Whitireia New Zealand.
The opening of a second Indian office in Bangalore reflects the ongoing commitment Whitireia has to building relationships in India and particularly in the Southern Indian region.
Whitireia are offering a limited number of Māori and Pasifika Trades Training Scholarships for study in semester two, starting this month.
An end-of-year film by the 2013 intake of students from the New Zealand Film and Television School (the Film School), has been invited to screen in this year’s prestigious New Zealand International Film Festival
On Monday 16 June, at the Whitireia Kāpiti Campus, building and construction and engineering students from Whitireia and WelTec will meet employers from the M2PP Expressway project.
A new creative buzz will be brought to the heart of Wellington city with the planned establishment of a major campus for more than a thousand students.
Every Oscar-nominated movie in 2014 used one and now the students of the New Zealand Film and Television School have one of their own. It’s the Arri-Alexa digital movie camera.
Whitireia Chief Executive Don Campbell has welcomed the Government’s announcement yesterday of three new centres to focus on producing information technology graduates for employers and industry.
Whitireia carpentry students are putting their building skills to the test as they get underway with the building of a residential dwelling on site at the Whitireia Industry Training Centre in Porirua.
An agreement signed in Shanghai on Saturday will see significant numbers of international students coming to New Zealand to study at Whitireia.
The Faculty of Health was last night announced as a finalist in the Supporting Gold Category of the 2014 Wellington Gold Awards at a function at the Australian High Commission.