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NCEA results give students opportunity

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20 January 2015

NCEA results give students the opportunity to study at Waiariki

With the recent release of NCEA results, Waiariki Institute of Technology region’s students are now better prepared to make their decisions as to what their career pathways will be.

Waiariki looks forward to assisting prospective students to help them start their tertiary studies journey.

As one of the Bay of Plenty’s largest tertiary providers, Waiariki delivers programmes at all levels of study, from certificate to master’s degree level. With more than 150 programmes on offer through five campuses in Rotorua, Taupo, Tokoroa and Whakatane, there is something for everybody, with a hands-on, practical focus that prepares students to be work ready upon graduation.

Waiāriki offers 13 postgraduate and graduate programmes and seven degrees, giving students the option to stay close to home while studying for a high-level qualification or upskilling to meet today’s demands in the workforce.

Waiariki’s new Master of Management, with endorsements in Business, Health, Hospitality, and Information Technology, offers a range of professional applications. The Master of Applied Professional Studies currently under development will include endorsements in Adult Teaching, Infection Prevention and Control, Mentoring and Leadership, and Vulnerable Peoples, and will be equally diverse in providing a platform for professionals to gain higher skills in their fields.

For all students or parents who want to find out more about what we offer, please contact us on 0800 924 274 or visit our website www.waiariki.ac.nz.

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