News and Events at Whitireia New Zealand.
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.
New Zealand’s top players in the ICT industry turned out in force tonight (Tuesday 3 May) at the launch the Wellington ICT Graduate School.
Whitireia Performing Arts student Nazerene Paea will perform today with New Zealand/Samoa choreographer Lemi Ponifasio’s dance company, MAU, at a UNESCO event in Paris to mark International Dance Day 2016.
Whitireia design lecturer Alice Moore is hoping to finally complete the chess set carved by her great-grandfather during World War One by using 3D printing technology to recreate the piece he lost after he was wounded in battle.
This Saturday, 23 April, is officially World Book Day, so we thought it was the perfect time to highlight the work of an author from Escalator Press, an imprint set up by the Whitireia Creative Writing programme.
Whitireia is currently hosting the inaugural Student Paramedics Australasia (SPA) conference at its Porirua Campus.
Former Aotea College student Josh Casey is working towards a career in social work at Whitireia, and has been given a major boost with a secondary school leaver scholarship to help cover his fees.
Relive the spirit of the psychedelic 60s as the Whitireia School of Music presents Woodstock, music from the most influential music festival of all time, tonight at Meow.