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Mike is studying at the Southern Institute of Technology. In the next 3 years, he will read 97 books, 117 articles, attend 2098 hours of tutorials, gain 1013 hours of hands-on industry training, write 32 essays, 56,000 words and 18 hours of exams. John is studying somewhere else. He will also read many books and articles, attend tutorials, write essays and sit exams. So what's the difference? On average, Mike's student loan will be 60% less than John's.
This is the place to see what's on at SIT.
We've got the low down on Orientation weeks, Open Nights, and other student activities both on and off campus, important course dates, community events and other happenings around and about our region.
Tue 1 Nov 2016
All research involving human subjects needs to be approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee before it can proceed. The committee meets four times per year.
All research involving human subjects needs to be approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee before it can proceed. To make an application for approval from the Ethics Committee, complete the Application for Ethics Approval form and submit this and any accompanying paperwork (e.g. information sheets, consent forms or proposed questionnaires) to Judy Fleck, secretary of the Ethics Committee.
Come and discuss your 2016 study options with our tutors.
SIT Invercargill - Main Campus, Tay Street
Thu 10 Nov 2016
The Forum is a half-day event, held every two years, to share research and projects carried out in Southland related to health in the broadest sense.
The forum is a half-day event, held every two years, to share research and projects carried out in Southland related to health in the broadest sense. It is held in collaboration between SIT and Southern District Health Board. Presenters share their findings in just FIVE MINUTES – so it is a great opportunity to learn about a whole range of fascinating and relevant research in one place. The best presentation of the day wins a prize, and audience members also get to nominate their favourite presentation.
RSVPs by Friday 4 November to Jo Whittle, Research Officer, SIT: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon 28 Nov 2016
This is an opportunity to share the varied and interesting research happening at OP and SIT with our colleagues from both institutes.
20 minute presentations are welcome in any field of research.
We invite abstracts from staff at OP and SIT to share findings or research in progress. Abstracts should be no more than 300 words and must be received by Friday 16 September for peer review.
THIS IS A GREAT NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY
If you have any queries please contact Jo Whittle, Research Officer, SIT: (03) 211 2699 x 8542 or email@example.com
Please email abstracts by 16 September 2016 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are the semester dates for *most* courses at SIT. Please note, there will be numerous exceptions to these dates so please use the below as a guide only.
Our course dates frequently change. For specific dates, PLEASE contact your Faculty Administrator for confirmation as SIT will not be held liable for any losses incurred as a result of using the information on this page.
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