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Careers in Gaming – viable and successful

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A CAREER IN THE GAMING INDUSTRY IS VIABLE AND SUCCESSFUL

Have a listen to Stephen Knightly – CEO of NZ Video Game company, Rocketwerkz. As a game studio, they are looking for fresh talent in the industry, and recruit directly from Yoobee and other creative schools.

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Studylink for 2022

You can’t miss it

There’s a lot to organise if you’re studying next year but there’s one thing you can’t forget. Apply for your 2022 Student Allowance or Student Loan and send us your documents by 16 December.

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More than 150,000 students will be applying for student allowances and loans.

Applying before 16 December puts you in the best position to have everything sorted ready for the start of your course.

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How can we equip young people to face an uncertain future?

The Royal Geographical Society’s online ‘Earth Stories’ webinars look at the Sustainable Development Goals and share examples of those working to create a just and more sustainable world within planetary boundaries.

This 21-minute webinar by New Zealand’s Professor Bronwyn Hayward of the University of Canterbury explores her ‘SEEDS’ model of ‘strong ecological citizenship’ for a school strike generation and asks how can we equip young people with the skills and knowledge they need to face an uncertain future?

Professor Hayward’s research focuses on the intersection of sustainable development, youth, climate change and citizenship. She is the author of ‘Children, Citizenship & Environment’.

Watch Professor Hayward here:

 

The Bachelor of Social and Environmental Sustainability (BSEnS) will explore the biggest global problems we have caused by injustice towards the environment and to communities, from pollution to world hunger. (This new degree is pending approval from Te Amorangi Mātauranga Matua | Tertiary Education Commission.)

After school tours of UC campus during Delta Alert level 2

Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury (UC) is running free afternoon tours of its Ilam campus twice a month during September, October and November for prospective students to look around.

The tours begin at 3:30pm and end at approx. 4:45pm.

Tour group numbers will be strictly limited in line with Ministry of Health and the Tertiary Education Commission guidelines during Delta Alert Level 2. Masks, QR scanning, social distancing and sanitiser will also be required.

These tours are in addition to previously-announced morning tours.

See dates and booking details>

 

Air NZ Learning Academy – Pilots/Engineers

Kia Ora!
Placement Testing for 2022 courses will be held from Oct – Dec 2021 for places on 2022 courses (16 places in AKL, 16 places in CHC)
Placement test registrations are now open via our website  www.airnzlearning.co.nz
Please pass onto your students who are interested.
Unfortunately, our planned Open Evenings have been cancelled due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.

In case you missed it: Massey University School of Aviation information session

Thank you very much to everyone who tuned in for the Aviation Open Day online event, we hope you enjoyed it. We have received quite a number of requests for a copy of the recording of this event, so here it is: https://youtu.be/k3PTJztZoi8 .

Key times in the video:

07:39 Tour of building by Kohatu Brooking

12:46 Bachelor of Aviation – Air Transport Pilot followed by Q&A

47:05 Accommodation Services – Amy Valentine

1:20:28 Bachelor of Aviation Management

1:40:46 RPAS 1:43:45 Postgraduate study in Aviation

1:53:51 final Q&A

Useful links:

To apply: http://enrol.massey.ac.nz

Massey University Aviation website: http://aviation.massey.ac.nz

Information for international students: http://international.massey.ac.nz

NZCAA Class One Medical information: https://aviation.govt.nz/licensing-and-certification/medical-certification/

NZ Fees Free Massey FAQ link: https://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/admission/fees/fees-free-faqs.cfm

Accommodation: https://www.massey.ac.nz/student-life/accommodation/

Yoobee’s Monthly Scoop video style

Check out our Monthly Scoop, in a fun new video format.

You’ll see highlights of Yoobee’s August, despite our nation moving into Alert Level 4. We were so proud of how seamless our classes transitioned from on campus, to ‘live’ online learning in such a short timeframe.

Our Monthly Scoop video showcases digital illustrations created by some of our new students and glimpses of the TVNZ OnDemand cartoon series: The Vloggingtons that Yoobee graduates worked on with Yoozoo Animations.

Enjoy!

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Massey Uni – Aviation online event + Engineering & Food Technology Scholarships

Aviation Open Day – Online Event

Saturday 11 September 10.30am – 12.30pm

Our Aviation Open Day will provide students with an opportunity to hear more about our Aviation programmes, experience an online tour of the facilities, have a Q&A session with our Aviation students, as well as a segment on accommodation for those thinking of making the move to the Manawatu.

Register here to receive the event link.

 

Engineering & Food Technology Scholarships

Our School of Food & Advanced Technology is offering 10 x $3,000 awards for new students enrolling in Engineering or Food Technology at Massey in 2022. Applications are open now and close on 1st December. Please click on the heading or see the attached flyer for more details – interested students should email Dianne Cook at d.cook@massey.ac.nz for an application form.