All general queries should go to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +64 (0) 6 757 3100.
If you have specific queries, contact the following people:
+64 (0)27 214 1378
Rita Zhang came to New Zealand in 2000 as an international student and has worked in the education industry since 2006. Rita knows the tasks that are required of international students in order to succeed and is committed to supporting students to achieve this.
Her role is to help everyone in our International family to feel supported. Remember, if you need any help, please just come and see her to ask.
+64 (0)21 190 4107
Paramdip has many years of experience and knowledge within the tertiary education sector and works closely with agent networks within the South Asian countries of India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
06 757 3100 ext 8849
+64 (0)27 466 0412
Robyn has worked with international students for several years and assists students with pastoral care support, accommodation options, bank account and mobile phone setups and a range of other needs.
Robyn will keep in touch with you during your time at WITT and will work with tutors to assist you in successfully completing your study.
+64 (0)27 236 0167
Ingrid arrived in New Zealand in 1988 from the Netherlands. With an interest in the arts, culture, and humanity as a whole, Ingrid embraces all ethnicities and cultures.
Her focus is to link ākonga (learners) with accommodation providers, and support ākonga and kaiako (tutors) whenever possible. Drop in to see her at Te Paepae if you need help, or just a chat.
06 757 3100 ext 8759
Glenys Bridgeman has worked at WITT for many years in the administration area assisting all students, both domestic and international, supplying information about our variety of courses.
She is one of the first people students see upon their arrival at WITT.
WITT observes and is bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students.
When students from other countries come to study in New Zealand, it is important that those students are well informed, safe and properly cared for. New Zealand educational providers have an important responsibility for international students’ welfare.
The Code of Practice is a document that clearly outlines the full legal requirements that education providers enrolling international students must abide by. It also provides a procedure that students can follow if they have concerns about their treatment by a New Zealand educational provider or agent of a provider.
The purpose of the Code is to support the Government's objectives for international education by requiring signatories to take all reasonable steps to protect international students; and ensuring, so far as is possible, that international students have in New Zealand a positive experience that supports their educational achievement.
Full details of what is covered can be found in the Code itself.
Click here to access the Code of Practice