Te Pūkenga International
‘Ko te pae tawhiti whāia kia tata, ko te pae tata whakamaua kia tīna’
‘Seek to bring distant horizons closer and sustain and maintain those that have arrived’
Welcome to Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology
Te Pūkenga is Aotearoa New Zealand’s largest tertiary institution and one of the largest providers of tertiary education in the world.
Established in 2020, Te Pūkenga is bringing together 23 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) and Industry Training Organisations (ITOs) across Aotearoa New Zealand. This means we have a national footprint of 163 campuses across all regions and service 240,000 ākonga (learners) through on-campus, online, offshore and work-based education and training.
Te Pūkenga has the size, scale, skills and expertise to deliver world-class applied and vocational higher education and training to international ākonga (learners) both onshore and offshore.
For Te Pūkenga, we’re about much more than bringing international ākonga (learners) to Aotearoa New Zealand to study. We’re about creating a high value future for global ākonga (learners) by providing excellent education outcomes and improving our international connectedness. It’s about sharing our unique bicultural nation with others – and giving us the opportunity to experience theirs.
Te Pūkenga will create truly global citizens – with the future-focused knowledge, skills and cultural competence they will need to succeed anywhere in the world.
Te Pūkenga subsidiaries
- Northland Polytechnic
- Unitec New Zealand
- Manukau Institute of Technology
Manukau, South Auckland
- Waikato Institute of Technology
- Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
Tauranga and Rotorua
- Western Institute of Technology Taranaki
New Plymouth, Taranaki
- Eastern Institute of Technology
Taradale, Hawkes Bay
- Universal College of Learning
- Open Polytechnic of New Zealand
- Wellington Institute of Technology
- Whitireia Community Polytechnic
- Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
- Tai Poutini Polytechnic
- Ara Institute of Canterbury
- Otago Polytechnic
- Southern Institute of Technology
Note: campus locations shown on the map are main ITP Subsidiary campuses.
International Education Strategy 2022 – 2032
Developed in 2021, Te Pūkenga International Education Strategy outlines the vision and strategy for utilising size, scale, skills and expertise of Te Pūkenga to deliver world-class applied and vocational higher education and training to international ākonga both on and off-shore.
The International Education Strategy has five key goals
Providing and outstanding education and learning experience that develops highly skilled and culturally conscious global ākonga that are sought-after by employers.
Adding social, cultural and economic value to our Aoteraroa New Zealand communities - regionally, nationally and internationally.
Providing globally employable graduates with the skills, knowledge and cultural competence demanded by employers.
Being internationally recognised as a partner of choice by governments, employers education institutions, Te Tiriti o Waitangi partners, ākonga and communities.
Giving expression to the Te Tiriti Excellence Framework - Te Pae Tawhiti - through the establishment of demonstrable Te Tiriti o Waitangi Partnerships, and inclusivity and equity for Māori.
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