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NMIT welcomes its latest group English Language Training for Officials (ELTO) students to our Nelson Campus.
In the last few days a band of determined Gigatown Nelson supporters have taken Nelson up the ladder from 9th to 6th place.
A recent news article in The Christchurch Press notes how the Nelson Tasman economy is set for a buoyant year in 2014
Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) is pleased to introduce its new wine tutor, David Hayward, who comes to us from Victoria, Australia and will be based on...
NMIT’s new $7.9 million Applied Technology facilities on the Nelson Campus were officially opened on 20 February 2014.
The heARt app which will bring the region's history to life in a new way will be launched in Nelson on Valentine's Day.
Benjamin Black Goldsmiths has appointed Joel Whitwell, a 22-year old award winning NMIT graduate, as an artist in residence.
The region’s future business leaders were celebrated at NMIT’s 2013 Applied Business Awards ceremony on 12 Dec 2013.
Barbara Lawson and Jacqui Clayton have jointly been awarded the Jens Hansen Award of Excellence in Visual Arts and Design for 2013 at NMIT.
NMIT is replanting vines at its Marlborough Campus vineyard to trial some new and classic varieties and a new type of steel trellising post.
NMIT beauty and body therapy student Jill Archibald of Nelson has been announced as the national winner in the 2013 Wendy Hill Cosmetics Student Award
Five NMIT cookery and hospitality students had the chance to work alongside and impress internationally renowned chefs at the Ōra King Long Lunch.
About 50 people including several Chinese dignitaries attended the official opening and blessing of a new Confucius Institute Resource Centre at NMIT.
A NMIT student to develop an augmented reality history-sharing application (app) has received $45,000 in funding from New Zealand On Air’s Digital Media Fund.
NMIT’s design students had the chance to gain some real-world experience recently when they were challenged to design a logo for new Atom Cafe.
The NMIT International team publishes a newsletter for international students.
Do you want to continue with classes over the December/January holiday period and finish an extra paper?
I am pleased to advise that NMIT will be holding five graduation ceremonies in 2013 – one in Marlborough and four in Nelson.
Getting paid to move to Nelson to study adventure tourism might sound too good to be true, but it’s the real deal being offered by NMIT.