SIT students Nungshi and Tashi Malik have just made history upon completing their expedition to the North Pole.
On Wednesday morning, Event Management students from SIT's Bachelor of Hotel Management students had two fantastic guest speakers.
Bachelor of Applied Media Arts students at SIT have created a mural to express gratitude towards soldiers who served in World War I and II.
SIT is pleased to announce the four trades apprentices who competed as part of the NZ team at the Oceania WorldSkills competition last week returned home victorious.
Students and staff gathered at SIT on Tuesday night to celebrate the Sri Lankan New Year Festival for 2015.
SIT’s Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management students (Queenstown campus) gained valuable practical experience volunteering at the Arrowtown Autumn Festival recently.
SIT Arts students contributed to the Southland Heritage Month last Friday night with two outstanding exhibitions of student work.
SIT is pleased to announce their support of Michael Buick, winner of the SIT Contribution to Music Development Award and Vance Manu, former SIT Music student who won the Guitarist of the Year award at the 2015 Southland Entertainment Awards.
Teacher aids from all over Rarotonga have launched into study towards a certificate in teacher aiding this week.
The Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) is proud to announce sponsorship of SIT National Diploma in Business Level 5 student Marshall Hall.
133 Tay Street,
Freephone in NZ:
0800 4 0 FEES
08004 0 3337
Phone: +64 3 2112699
Fax: +64 3 214 4977
For more information, call
0800 4 0 Fees (0800 4 0 3337)
SIT's Zero Fees Scheme allows New Zealand citizens, New Zealand permanent residents and Australian citizens residing in New Zealand the opportunity to study approved programmes without paying tuition fees. The Zero Fees Scheme, where available, applies only to the base tuition fee attached to each programme of study. Direct Material Costs apply. Direct material costs are costs that relate directly to students, for example, to cover your uniform, texts, tools, activities and NZQA charges.