The experience you need ...

support 800x600When you choose to study at EIT you’ll get the kind of experiences that will help you gain the knowledge and skills to get ahead, whether you want to break into your chosen career or to change direction in your life.  

You’ll experience being part of a vibrant learning community in one of New Zealand’s top tertiary institutes.  You’ll be taught by experienced lecturers who have track records as respected academics and industry professionals.  Gain practical experience so that you’re ready for the working world, and choose from over 130 excellent programmes.

You’ll have the experience of studying at our modern and well-equipped campuses, or at our regional learning centres, and you’ll gain invaluable experience using our facilities and state-of-the-art technology.

... & the support to succeed

graduation 800x600At EIT you’ll get the support you need to make sure you get the rewards for your hard work.  If you’re serious about study and your future, EIT is right behind you.

You’ll learn in classes that are the right size, to make sure that you get the involvement and support you need.  You’ll get help and guidance with everything from study planning to applying for a job after you complete your studies.  You’ll be supported by lecturers who are here for you.  You’ll get the benefit of EIT’s long-established connections with industry throughout New Zealand.  The participation of visiting industry experts will help you develop relevant work skills and get useful industry contacts which can set you on the path to a great job, while you are studying.

Download the prospectus

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EIT offers you qualifications from certificate and diploma to degree and postgraduate level at highly-equipped campuses in Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti (Gisborne) and Auckland.  Or learn closer to your home at one of our Regional Learning Centres , in Hastings, Maraenui, Ruatoria, Tokomaru Bay, Waipukurau and Wairoa.

Public Lecture - SPOTLIGHT SERIES

PublicHealthSession-Sept2016-Advert-FVHosted by the HB PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION and EIT

Homelessness in Aotearoa New Zealand and Hawke’s Bay.   How is it defined and measured? How much of a problem is it both nationally and locally? What can be done about it?

Kate Amore (PhD student at Department of Public Health University of Otago, Wellington), on the national situation – webinar extract, thanks to University of Otago Wellington Public Health Seminar Series

Local speakers on the situation in our area:

Natasha Carswell, Community Strategies Manager, Napier City Council
David Blackley, Community Worker, Salvation Army

Any enquiries to 06 974 8000 ext 5240.

Date: Wednesday, 14 September 2016
Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Venue: EIT Lecture Theatre 1, Bruce Martin building
(please arrive early to secure seating)

Videos

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News

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More Family, Less Debt and Great Qualifications
August 15, 2016

For sisters Mel and Kalisi Ma’afu, study at EIT is opening doors without the burden of student debt, or isolation from family.The eldest of four sisters, Mel (28) promotes the region to the...

Raising roofs in cyclone-hit Vanuatu, from left, Carl Fairbairn, Kelly Frewin, Jack Pritchard, Todd Rogers and Nikki Wawatai.
EIT Team Helps With Vanuatu’s Recovery
August 15, 2016

An EIT team recently returned from a second stint helping Vanuata rebuild after Cyclone Pam hammered the island nation early last year.  The group of seven – comprising EIT staffers, former...

Anesi Asalele in EIT’s training kitchen.
Samoan Student Cooks Up A Great Career
August 15, 2016

Seese Asalele’s home-made curries have inspired her son Anesi to study cookery at EIT. From Samoa, the pair moved to Napier shortly before Anesi entered his teens.  After completing his seventh...

Events

Science Fair - 1-8 September 2016

Thursday 1 September & Friday 2 September 2016Prizegiving - Thursday 8 September

PublicHealthSession-Sept2016-Advert-FV
Homelessness in Aotearoa New Zealand and Hawke’s Bay
EIT Lecture Theatre 1, Bruce Martin building (please arrive early to secure seating)

Homelessness: How is it defined and measured? How much of a problem is it both nationally and locally? What can be done about it? Kate Amore (PhD student at Department of Public Health University...

Info & Enrolment Day 13 October 2016

Come in and meet our supportive staff, talk to our lecturers and tutors, have a tour of the centre and have a chat about career planning and how to enrol.Where:Hawke's Bay
Gloucester...