Housing NZ has awarded its annual scholarships to 2 Auckland University bachelor of property students to help foster talent & awareness of opportunities in the public housing sector.
Chinese developer Changda International NZ Ltd has signed an agreement with Unitec Institute of Technology to help turn out more people skilled in construction & infrastructure development.
An Education Ministry report released yesterday, What are they doing? The field of study of domestic students/learners, found enrolments in engineering & related technologies at bachelors level or higher reached an all-time high of over 11,500 last year, up 3500 (44%) from 2008.
The Keystone Trust, set up 21 years ago to provide support to tertiary students undertaking property-related studies, has announced ambitious plans to treble its funding capacity within 10 years.
Auckland University senior property lecturer Michael Rehm has rebranded the online short courses he developed in April, launching the new Think Sharp Property Education website last week.
Science & Innovation Minister Steven Joyce announced 2 pilot initiatives last Thursday to lift New Zealanders’ engagement with science & technology.