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Southern Institute of Technology Open Night - Tuesday 17 Oct

Southern Institute of Technology Open Night - Tuesday 17 October.

Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) is holding an Open Night next Tuesday 17 October. This is a chance for prospective students to come along to meet tutors and talk about their study options for 2018.

Tutors from all departments will be available to have a chat about course entry criteria, course content and graduate career opportunities.

Held at SIT’s main campus, 133 Tay Street, Invercargill, Open Night will begin at 4.30pm, finishing at 6.30pm.

Anyone is welcome to attend, more information can be obtained by contacting SIT’s Event Co-ordinator Yasas at

Yasas.attanayake@sit.ac.nz.


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