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How to apply for studying abroad in New Zealand?

New Zealand has advantages such as high-quality education, a safe and stable environment, a multicultural society, a good quality of life, and opportunities for permanent residency after graduation...

Canterbury to host premiere climate adaptation conference

An international climate adaptation conference will bring together the world’s top scientists, Indigenous scholars and policymakers in Ōtautahi Christchurch in 2025.

Awards given to exceptional UC teachers and mentors

Improving access for diverse learners is a common theme among the 2023 winners of Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury’s annual Teaching Awards.

University of Auckland academics honour Linda Tuhiwai Smith

Distinguished Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith received a Distinguished Alumni Award at a ceremony on 5 April. Colleagues pay tribute to her contributions to Māori education and Indigenous research.

Lights, camera, action—the Wellington Animation Film Festival and Victoria University of...

Creative Aotearoa French Exchange recently partnered with Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington to deliver the inaugural Wellington Animation Film Festival.

New book celebrates NZ’s ‘six-legged ghosts’

New Zealand insects, whose lives are often invisible to city-dwellers, are put under the microscope in a new, richly illustrated book. 

Weaving wisdom into a resilient future for Pacific students

Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa Massey University is pleased to present the ‘Weaving Wisdom into a Resilient Future 2024-2027 Pacific Plan’, a new student success plan that is guided by a Pacific lens.

UC academic elected as Royal Society Fellow

University of Canterbury Mechanical Engineering Professor Dan Zhao has been made a Ngā Ahurei a Te Apārangi Fellow by the Royal Society.

Greater fuel resilience needed – study

New Zealand needs to act now to boost food and fuel resilience for future global catastrophes, researchers argue.

Otago researchers identify fossil dolphin

University of Otago researchers have formally identified and named a fossil dolphin which they discovered has a unique feeding method.
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