Rāhina 8 o Whiringa ā nuku

Jobs on the line at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa after NZQA downgrade

The Māori education provider has been downgraded from category 1 to category 3 in its external evaluation and review, giving it a “not yet confident” judgment in its educational performance and organisational capability in self-assessment.

Half of university scholarships go to wealthiest students while the poorest struggle

Half of university scholarships go to students from our wealthiest families, dismaying teachers in disadvantaged areas who see even their brightest students struggle to get a foot in the door.

Gap between student expectations and employment chances in IT ‘never wider’

Students are being warned a computing degree is no easy pass to a good job, with about 100 students applying for each graduate internship opportunity.

UCOL acts quickly to fix privacy breach of student information

UCOL accidentally sent out the personal details of 500 students. Palmerston North-based polytech UCOL will review its internal email controls after an unintentional privacy breach involving student information.

Massey council launches review into cancellation of Don Brash speech

The Massey University council and chancellor Michael Ahie are reviewing the process that led to the cancellation of Don Brash speaking on campus.

Media releases


Quality ECE services in jeopardy

NZ Kindergartens: “The announcement that four kindergartens in the South Island may close is a direct result of years of under-funding and inadequate policy settings” said NZ Kindergartens chief executive Clare Wells.


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