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Together with industry we've developed a balanced programme of study encompassing theoretical knowledge and real world experience to ensure you graduate ready to contribute in your new job from day one.

CPIT graduates are highly sought after and gaining a valuable degree, diploma, certificate or graduate qualification is easier than ever before with full, part time and online options designed to suit your lifestyle.

On the Radar this month

On the radar this month, Warren Maxwell cam to inspire our Music Arts students, we visited ArtBox exhibition Making Time, checked out Totally Saiko and talk to foodie Patricia Ching.

A-Z Study Options

Discover your study options at CPIT for 2014. We offer qualifications from certificates to degrees. Enrolment is open now....

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One Monday Concerts

Don't miss out on CPIT's hottest musical talent every Monday at 1pm during term time. See who's playing this Monday.

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Services and support

CPIT is committed to helping students achieve your study goals and enabling you to make the most of your time with us. We have services and support teams here to help you.

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Student exchange

Whether you are cosidering studying in New Zealand or studying overseas, find out your student exchange options now.

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Graduation

Graduation is a celebration of your academic achievement which can be shared with family, friends, fellow students and the whole CPIT community.

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CPIT's 'Google scholar' off to Tokyo

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Speaking the language of success

CPIT students have been awarded two of the top spots in a nationwide Japanese speech competition....

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Close your ears to experience the magic

How does the Deaf community experience music? That’s the question Phoebe Leyten is exploring for her final year of a...

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Excellence in Radio News rewarded

Excellence in Radio News rewarded

CPIT student Tom Furley has won a prestigious Radio News award and has taken home a $2000 cheque with it....

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Māori Language Week

Māori Language Week

The theme of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori this year ‘Te Kupu o te Wiki’ – The word of...

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Canterbury nurses' bright future

Canterbury nurses' bright future

Strong connections with industry keeps CPIT’s Department of Nursing at the top of the field....

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