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Tourism needs to change its perception among young people and their parents if it is going to appeal as a strong career choice for the next generation.
Christchurch hotels The Pavilions and The George are partnering up with Lincoln University to offer $3,000 scholarships to students.
The North Asia CAPE has selected the six industry representatives to take part in the Japan Tourism Study Tour this November.
North Asia CAPES is inviting up to six people to participate in a Japan Tourism Study Tour, which will visit Tokyo and hot springs destination Beppu.
More than 70 international students have arrived in Taranaki to begin their education at schools and universities in the region.
The University of Otago’s Hospitality and Tourism Management has been ranked 23rd worldwide and the best in New Zealand.
The changes will help students see tourism as a subject worth studying and a career worth pursuing.
Tauranga’s inaugural STEMFest is back after a two-year hiatus, promising a variety of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics activities to inspire children and the whole family.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins will travel to the United States and South America from late May to early June as part of a mission to promote New Zealand as a destination for international students.
Waitangi Treaty Grounds is offering workshops and tours to support educators as part of the new Aotearoa New Zealand Histories Curriculum.
Pacific International Hotel Management School in Taranaki is calling on New Zealand students to train for a tourism career ahead of an expected surge in demand.
The timing of the government border reopening for international students means that a large group of them would not enrol until early 2023, says Education New Zealand.
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Around 20 operators are involved in reviving an adventure tourism qualification at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s Rotorua campus in a bid to meet a shortage of outdoor tourism staff.
Wellington Zoo and Massey University have signed an agreement to establish closer ties and identify more opportunities for both parties.
Aviation New Zealand has welcomed a government decision to allow 400 foreign pilot cadets to enter New Zealand in 2022.
Proponents say it’s a unique opportunity to increase the mana of tourism, which faces perception issues.
International student border exception visa arrival numbers have slowed since July, according to data from Immigration New Zealand.
The number of international students at NZ flight schools will drop to just 22 in December – down from 651 pre-Covid.
Consultation for what ‘high value’ means for international education in New Zealand will close on 24 September.
Enrollments looking positive for 2022, including “huge amount” of international interest, says CEO.
The firm has now closed for winter, but has strong bookings for September re-opening.
A global university ranking index has placed the tourism departments at the University of Otago and the University of Canterbury at 24th at 34th in the world respectively in the tourism and hospitality section.
New resource seen as good way to maximise business opportunities when borders re-open.
More English language establishments might close without targeted support, says industry body.
Classroom material part of new history curriculum to be rolled out from 2022.
The tourism industry also faces a debate on transforming to ‘high quality’
Lessons delivered by videos ranging in length from five minutes to one hour, with certification for completed courses.
The $5bn education export sector is getting its own version of a policy reset while borders remain closed, possibly impacting the number and type of international students allowed to enter in future.
Chinese students secure special ring-fenced MIQ allocation for June.
In line with components in tertiary educational provider’s hospitality and tourism programmes.
Go with Tourism and ServiceIQ have launched a new tourism and hospitality competition as part of their Education Programme launched last year.
Go with Tourism has launched a new virtual reality experience for students in high schools throughout New Zealand.
Go with Tourism has partnered with ServiceIQ to attract secondary school students into tourism and hospitality careers.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa has awarded scholarships worth $4500 each to two students to help them complete their final year of study.
A new Year 13 secondary school learning option has been launched to train people to fill jobs following the recovery of air travel.
Participants met with mayor Jim Boult and a range of Queenstown-based tourism operators.
Aviation New Zealand says high-value pilot training should be one of the first sectors allowed back.
The Government will grant 250 PhD and postgraduate international students entry into New Zealand after establishing a new category in its border exception policy.
Changing how tourism is taught in schools is one of the winning ideas from the Young Enterprises ‘Entrepreneurs in Action’ business competition.
Pledge A Placement will match a tourism or hospitality operator to those searching for work experience.
The Eastern Institute of Technology in the Hawke’s Bay will offer a new NZ Certificate in Outdoor Experiences (Level 3) as part of its School of Trades and Technology.
Study Northland, the international education arm of Northland Inc., was set up in 2018 to strengthen and support international education throughout New Zealand.
The government-funded jobs initiative’s Education Programme aims to inform secondary school students about careers in tourism.
Lincoln University professor of tourism David Simmons will retire on 30 June after 37 years with the university.
Auckland University of Technology’s senior lecturer in economics, Dr Rahul Sen, andInternational Business, Strategy and Entrepreneurship lecturer, Swati Nagar, on how NZ universities can turn the Covid-19 induced international student crisis into an opportunity.
Waitangi Treaty Grounds has developed new virtual visits for schools that are not able to visit Waitangi.
The Targeted Training and Apprenticeships Fund will pay the costs of people of all ages to undertake vocational education and training.
In an effort to offer its support to the wider tourism industry, Auckland University of Technology’s Tourism Department got in touch with the Ticker to share the following letter from its Head of School, Linda O’Neill.
AJ Hackett Bungy NZ and tourism and education specialists Lesley Immink, Cherie Freeman and Sandi Eickhoff, have launched two business studies for secondary school students.