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Strategy submission emphasises secondary-tertiary

Tuesday, 10 November 2009, 4:23 pm | NZ Vice-Chancellors Committee

Greater emphasis is required on the secondary-tertiary interface, according to the NZVCC submission on the Government’s Draft Tertiary Education Strategy 2010-2015. On the strategy priority of more young people gaining degrees, the Committee suggests ... More >>

Access debate draws differing views on university

Tuesday, 23 June 2009, 5:01 pm | NZ Vice-Chancellors Committee

Māori Party Co-Leader Dr Pita Sharples’ call for open access to universities for Māori, made last week in a speech delivered at Victoria University of Wellington, has met with differing responses from opinion writers for two weekly newspapers. ... More >>

Rs&T Measures Recognise University Role

Friday, 29 May 2009, 1:40 pm | NZ Vice-Chancellors Committee

Budget measures affecting research, science and technology have given universities a solid indication that the Government recognises their key role in the research and innovation system and the need to maintain it. Their representative organisation ... More >>

Priming Pipeline Critical For Graduate Retention

Monday, 23 February 2009, 2:08 pm | NZ Vice-Chancellors Committee

The Government’s voluntary bonding scheme for graduates acknowledges the economic value of a university education, according to the New Zealand Vice-Chancellors’ Committee. More >>

Investing in universities’ vital contribution

Tuesday, 7 November 2006, 12:12 am | NZ Vice-Chancellors Committee

A paper which details the rationale for increased public investment in New Zealand universities was publicly released today. An Investment Approach to Public Support of New Zealand’s Universities has already been presented to Tertiary Education ... More >>

NZVCC Acknowledges Contribution Of Dr Frank Wood

Tuesday, 7 October 2003, 4:20 pm | NZ Vice-Chancellors Committee

The contribution of retiring Lincoln University Vice-Chancellor Dr Frank Wood to university affairs has been acknowledged by the NZ Vice-Chancellors’ Committee, the representative body for the country’s eight universities. More >>