Good health keeps Indian students ahead

Indian students in New Zealand enjoy better physical and mental health compared to their Asian and European counterparts, a Survey has revealed. But it also highlighted some problem areas including depression and suicidal tendencies among a small segment of the student population. The Report, titled, Youth 2007- Health and Wellbeing of Secondary School Students in New Zealand studied various aspects…

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Institute success inspires employers

For those whose top priority is launching a career, private training provider New Zealand Management Academies (NZMA) is the ideal place to study. NZMA’s School of Business and Hospitality Management delivers top-quality Certificates and Diplomas in Business, Hospitality and Contact Centre. A fully-Kiwi owned organisation, it has a top-notch reputation amongst New Zealand employers, who know that NZMA graduates will…

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Graduate course for Immigration Advisers

A New Zealand educational institution is currently developing a Course for Immigration Advisers for delivery from next year. The Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) signed a contract last fortnight with the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic in partnership with the University of Waikato and the University of Victoria (Melbourne), to develop and deliver the Graduate Level qualification course from February 2012. Registrar…

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Freemasons Scholars take on new challenges

If scholarships create opportunities to learn and if learning leads to advanced research and achievements, we can then expect a neuroscientist, a public health specialist and a veterinarian to join the galaxy of prominent people in good time. Hamiltonian Shwetha George, Aucklander Sudhvir Singh and Kyle Kannan of Rotorua are among those who hold promise, bringing pride and joy to…

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