2022 Study and Career Guide is here

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If you’re considering your options for next year, you’ll want to check out WITT’s 2022 Study and Career Guide. The brand new guide was released just days before New Zealand moved into lockdown last month.

During Alert Level 3, copies of the Guide are available to pick up free at New Plymouth supermarkets New World and Pak n Save, as well as New World in Merrilands. A digital copy is also available on the WITT website 24/7.You’ll be able to pick one up from the team at our New Plymouth or Hāwera campus once we open again at Alert Level 2, or text 2022 and your name and address to '4040' and we will send one out to you. 

Next year WITT will offer hundreds of study options, from bite-sized and short courses to degrees and postgraduate study.  Whether you are a student progressing from secondary school, a learner who is returning to education or an looking for a career change, the Study and Career Guide has something for you.

WITT Career Advisor Nikki Truman said the Guide is a great resource, no matter where you are in your career journey.

“It can be so helpful to have a free resource like this in front of you, as you start to explore your options,” she said.

“It’s also important to know that what’s in the Guide is just the tip of the iceberg – we are here to help you work though all the questions you need to ask yourself, to work out a pathway to your chosen career, and plan each step.”

Career advice is free service available for all prospective WITT students. Anyone interested in talking through their options can contact Nikki for a virtual appointment during Alert Level 3, or an in person meeting at Alert Level 2. Email careeradvice@witt.ac.nz or book online via our Careers and Employment page

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