- Parminderjit Singh - India Diploma in Culinary Arts Coming to New Zealand to study at Waiariki, I discovered something I really love to do and I can see a future in it. I love everything about cooking and food.
- John Haodi Zhang - Beijing Bachelor of Tourism Management Waiariki and Rotorua were great places to learn English, learn about New Zealand life and about other cultures because there are many international students studying at the institute.
- Sapana Dhungel - Nepal Graduate Diploma in Applied Management Waiariki provides a really good learning environment for international students.
Building a prosperous community
We're proud to be part of the greater Bay of Plenty region and strive to deepen our ties with the community. We work with employers and industry to place our graduates, engage in research and innovation projects that impact positively on local business, and support local stakeholders by sponsoring various events and organisations.
Partnerships with Industry Training Organisations (ITOs), industry representatives and tertiary institutions throughout New Zealand
Staff and student centre for research support.
The project brings pre trade carpentry and interior design students together with a bunch of tradespeople and suppliers in a community partnership for the community.
Let's work together to explore job opportunities for our students and graduates.
We support local stakeholders, and industry by sponsoring events and organisations that enrich the lives of our community members.
Page last updated: 22 Nov 2016