Faculty News and Profiles
Varun Kumar - New Zealand Bartender of the Year
31 Aug 2016: It has been a wild year for Varun Kumar. Graduating from WBoPP...
Lizzie Marvelly to hold FREE Campus Q&A
25 Aug 2016: Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic is offering a free behind the scenes...
Egenia Aucamp's Student Kitchen Design To Be Built Into Charity House
01 Jul 2016: English teacher, Egenia Aucamp attended 2015 INSPIRE "unable to draw". Today she...
Adventure Tourism Graduate Turns Outdoor Passion Into A Career
09 Jun 2016: You’ve seen him on our billboards, but Kane Nikora is his own...
The Faculty of Business, Information Technology and Creative Arts plays an active role in advancing applied and innovative learning.
Programmes offered by this faculty are available at a range of campuses including: Rotorua, Taupo, Tokoroa and Whakatane, with open study options available for some programmes.
Connected to the industry
Strong links with local businesses, the regional economy and international partners provides students with a current connection with industry.
- Department of Business
- Department of Creative Art and Design
- Department of Computing and Communications
- Department of Tourism and Hospitality
Faculty career guides
We have created some helpful career guides to assist you in deciding what to study. The documents on the right relate to subjects delivered in the Faculty of Business, Information Technology and Creative Arts. Download and view some of the following links for more information.wseadrft
Wide range of study subjects
The faculty's various departments offer a range of study options in the following subject areas:
- Business Administration
- Business Management
- Communications and Writing
- Culinary Arts and Bakery
- Interior Design
- Tourism Management
- Tourism Operations
The Department of Business offers programmes suitable for business administration and business management.
Our flexible approach to creativity and design allows students to tailor their qualification to their area of interest.
Learn skills that will enable you to bridge the diminishing gap between information technology and communications.
Our close relationship with local tourism operators allows us to demonstrate the relevancy of a qualification in tourism and hospitality.
Programmes of study in business, tourism, hospitality, culinary arts, computing, communications and creative arts and design.
Page last updated: 10 Aug 2016