News and Events at Whitireia New Zealand.
The Whitireia campus at 450 Queen Street, Auckland is closed today, Thursday 13 April, due to the adverse weather conditions.
This year's graduate speech was delivered by Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) graduate Steve Walsh. It's an honest and inspiring story about life as a student, and is well worth a read!
Whitireia has continued its long-standing relationship with Porirua Grand Traverse, hosting the popular multisport event at the Porirua campus on Sunday.
Recognised as one of New Zealand’s most influential business women and advocate for the creative arts sector, Victoria Spackman ONZM has been appointed to lead Te Auaha.
Today is World Poetry Day. To celebrate and support the kaupapa, we wanted to share four great poems from writers associated with the Whitireia Creative Writing Programme.
Around 600 Whitireia students from the Faculties of Arts, Business & IT, Health, Te Wānanga Māori and Trades & Services graduated at an official ceremony at Te Rauparaha Arena on Thursday, 16 March.
Azaria Felagai has gone from carpentry training at Whitireia last year to working on projects for construction firm Hawkins.
The earthquake on 14 November affected our Porirua campus library building and it remains closed as a precautionary measure. In the meantime, library and support services are being provided as follows:
Our new students are about to embark on their own unique study journey with us. It’s an exciting time and our aim is to support them every step of the way – starting with Orientation Week.
Researchers from across the country are converging in Wellington on Friday 3 February to showcase their research and innovation across an incredibly diverse range of disciplines and teaching areas.