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NZ Universities prepare for internal tour

ITM Cup, Rugby

By Campbell Burnes The New Zealand Universities side embark on a mini internal tour this week with the twins aims of winning and enjoying their footy in the best traditions of open ‘scarfie’ rugby. There are nine returning from the 2013 squad which toured Japan and recorded three comfortable victories. Back in the 23-man team after captaining the side in ... Read More »

New Zealand: Lincoln University to cut courses

Lincoln University

Job cuts are likely as Lincoln University looks to cut between 50 and 100 courses to sharpen its focus on land-based qualifications. The university, New Zealand’s smallest, offers about 320 undergraduate qualifications across a broad range of subjects. But in a move that management says will strengthen its role as a specialist land-based facility, the university will look to consolidate ... Read More »

Universities to collaborate on sport and sports science

A memorandum of understanding has today been signed between Delhi University, India and Lincoln University/Asia Pacific Football Academy (APFA). “This ‘educational partnership agreement’ opens the door for collaboration between the two universities in the areas of sport and sports science – in particular, in partnership with the Asia Pacific Football Academy, which is based on Lincoln University’s campus,” says Assistant ... Read More »

Collaboration between universities and Crown Research Institutes

New collaborative service for universities and Crown Research Institutes A new collaborative online service for New Zealand universities and Crown Research Institutes officially launches today. Named Tuakiri – New Zealand Access Federation, the service enables participating institutions to use their home institution login to access a growing number of national and international resources, thus helping foster education and research development ... Read More »

British Universities failing on ’employability’, students say

UK: University careers services have never been more important, but how good are they? Not as great as they think, say recent graduates “My tutors were brilliant and without my course I wouldn’t have the job I have, but there was no mention of careers,” says Bee Pahnke, 21, who graduated last summer with a degree in creative writing from ... Read More »

NZ:Merger of CPIT and universities ‘not ruled out’

A merger of cash-strapped Canterbury’s three main tertiary providers has not been ruled out by the Government. Tertiary Education Minister Steven Joyce has asked the University of Canterbury, Lincoln University and the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT) to seek areas where they could cut costs. “Obviously there has been some issues post-earthquake so at the moment it’s just about ... Read More »

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