Information about getting educated in New Zealand. This category covers Universities, Polytechs and Teachers Colleges (Tertiary), High Schools and Colleges (Secondary), Primary Schools (Primary) and Early Childhood centres. It also covers specialised education such as religious, trade and language education.
Provides access to librarians via online chat for approved schools.
Provides opportunities for schools and youth groups to stay, experience and learn about the New Zealand bush. Accommodation, activities, bookings and tariffs. [Katikati, Bay of Plenty]
The Rural Education Activities Programme (REAP) is a Ministry of Education funded programme that provides supplementary and complementary education to Central Otago. Services include early childhood education, school resources, liaison/visiting teacher and community education for adults.
Advancing the security of Aotearoa, the Asia Pacific region, and the world through innovative engagement, intellectual exploration, and education.
A private tertiary organisation providing courses in art and design. [Christchurch, Auckland].
New Zealand's education resource centre and links.
Practical information about education for parents and carers in New Zealand. The New Zealand Ministry of Education's site for parents, families, whānau, carers involved in a child's education.
Search and apply to courses in New Zealand from universities, colleges and education providers. Student visa information and how to make an application.
Virtual field trips program. Lessons for teachers, and activities for kids. (9-15years).
An online bilingual initiative enabling New Zealand and Pacific Island schools, individual students or youths to develop and publish an online resource, based on a heritage treasure in their community.
Offers GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT, and TOEFL preparation courses and private tutoring in New Zealand, both in-person (Auckland, Wellington) and online.
Not a provider of education, the purpose is support and facilitative rather than directive.
This charitable trust makes awards to help women return to education and training and promote research on women's issues. Ko te kaupapa o te roopu nei ko te tohatoha haere i ngā pūtea hei āwhina i ngā wāhine ki te whakatutuki i ō rātou moemoea me ō rātou wawata.
Courses and degrees across NZ universities, institutes and schools.
Information, ideas and contacts for the New Zealand OSCAR sector. Before/after school programmes and school holiday programmes.
Promoting the value of science and technology through interactive experiences. Interesting hands-on interactives, innovative exhibit design, educational and community programmes, science shop, and property rental.
Franchised swim schools. Swimming lessons, learn to swim and aquatic programmes.
Provides distance education from early childhood level to Year 13. The learning advisors, teachers and in-region staff work with students, whanau and communities to help the students achieve their potential.
Offers high school programmes, English language courses and university preparation.
Offers education and training programmes in a variety of industries and subjects predominantly at the pre-tertiary and tertiary level.
A bilingual portal-plus web community which provides quality assured educational material for New Zealand teachers, school managers, and the wider education community.Ko TKI he pae tukutuku reorua he hapori hoki e whakarato ana i ngā rauemi mātauranga, me te painga kua kiia taurangihia, ki te hunga kaiako, ngā kaiwhakahaere kura me te hapori mātauranga whānui ho
A publisher of supplementary curriculum and teacher support materials written by teachers for teachers.
Provide teachers everywhere with web-based information and tools which help them to implement their school curriculum.
Listing New Zealand's community education and general and short courses. Tutors, contact and enrollment details of providers and other course information.
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