Rainbow Corner ELC opens branch in Mumbai

Rainbow Corner ELC opens branch in Mumbai

First Overseas operations commenced on September 15 Venkat Raman The Rainbow Corner Group of Companies opened its first overseas Early Childhood Centre in Mumbai on Saturday, September 15, 2018. The Centre, the first of its kind in Mumbai, will follow the New Zealand Curriculum, which has now become a model for Early Childhood Education (ECE). New Zealand’s Mumbai based Vice-Consul…

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Minister seeks your opinion on Export Education Levy

Minister seeks your opinion on Export Education Levy

Supplied Content The Education Ministry is looking at options to make the Export Education Levy (EEL) fund more sustainable to protect New Zealand’s reputation as a study destination, Education Minister Chris Hipkins has said. The growing need The EEL is a levy collected from international education providers to fund a broad range of activities including marketing and promotion. It also…

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MIT offers ready graduates with real world skills

Anita Keestra Have you considered what a student working in your firm could do for business? Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) prides itself on producing work ready graduates with real world skills. We placed Sujith Sasikumar with construction and engineering firm, MaxBuild and the relationship has been of great benefit to both the company and the student. “I’m a big…

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Financial Literacy Platform benefits students

Supplied Content Banqer, the online financial literacy platform that sees New Zealand Primary School students paying tax, saving for retirement and buying property, is set for another boost. Kiwibank, which is in its third year of partnering with Banqer, has committed to funding the digital teaching tool so that 3300 Kiwi classrooms can access the platform for free in 2019,…

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Students threaten hunger strike over NZQA decision

Zac Fleming (Checkpoint) A group of international students say that they may hunger strike unless their academic results are released by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). The day before they were due to finish a diploma in business last month, 20 students attending Tasman International Academies on Auckland’s Queen Street were told their results were being withheld by NZQA,…

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