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Our success is your success……

Our success is your success……


Our students are the reason we exist … we work hard at getting you ready for our employer - the industry. How good are we? As good as it gets!

2002 has seen Sir George Seymour National College, win the award for the “Best Tourism Service Provider” in New Zealand, AND the Major Category Winner at the Tourism Awards Gala dinner held in Wellington on 21 August 2002. Why is this so special? Because this the first time a training provider has ever won the Major Category Award.

Our teams’ commitment to our students and the industry supports our continuous success in terms of student success and job placement – and our goal is to get better and bigger.

We would like to thank all our industry supporters and our students for their contribution in making Sir George Seymour College the best!

If you’re thinking Tourism & Travel training … think of only the best … Sir George Seymour …

With campuses in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch, you don’t need to travel far to get your career off to a flying start and become part of our success.

We invite you to contact us on 0800 10 20 20 to find out how you can join our success story.

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