Aspire2 International Indonesian students won during the PPI Cup Sport - Basketball competition.Read More
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Have you considered a career in Engineering? Are you a NZ Citizen, Permanent Resident or an Australian Resident residing in NZ?
You may be eligible for our 2017 engineering courses.Read More
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We have free English classes available for Adult Migrants, based at our Hobson Street campus in Auckland.Read More
Our Student Counsellor down in Tauranga campus has been busy liaising our students with community support organisations. Recently, he has invited a CAB representative to talk to our new PDP students about the free services that they offer.
DHSM students of Aspire2 International Wellington successfully raised donations for Light It Orange event. have participated in the Light It Orange event supported by Shine and raised $453.10 to help the victims of domestic abuse get safe and stay safe in New Zealand.
We have received a certificate for it and displayed it proudly.Read More
On the 4th of May Aspire2 International hosted the latest presentation organized by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic development. Three speakers presented to 82 STEM students on Employment, Immigration and studying in New Zealand.Read More
Three of our students are International Student Ambassadors for the Auckland City Police.Read More
Aspire2 International's NTI students first entered the Regional and National Competitions for barista and cocktails in 2012 and won its first gold medals. NTI students have been gold medal winners every year since.Read More
NZChefs Auckland Regional Salon 2016 was perhaps the best year yet for Aspire2's competitors. Eight Aspire2 students entered the regional competition, which was held at AUT on 18 June.Read More
The aim of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering is to provide skilled andcompetent engineering technicians specialised in mechanical, civil, electrical or electronic engineering for the New Zealand engineering sector.Read More
Please be aware that Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is serving Deportation Liability Notices (DLN) to students who had entered New Zealand on First Time Student Visa (FSV) based on false or fake documents and are currently studying with various education providers within New Zealand.Read More