At the Independent Tertiary Education New Zealand, good, solid links with other organisations are a key to our success and to yours.
Below we have provided a list of helpful links that may assist you with additional information and resources to help you make the best decision possible when necessary.
Some of the links in this section will take you to Web sites not owned or operated by Independent Tertiary Education New Zealand. ITENZ is not responsible for the condition of these links or the information they provide.
The National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence
Information, advice, products and resources available free of charge to assist providers and learners around making informed learning and work choices.
Education New Zealand
National body for export education and education providers for New Zealand
The Independent Tertiary Education Council is the peak body representing independent providers in the higher education and vocational education and training sector.
Ministry of Education
Official Ministry of Education Web Site
New Zealand Educated
A portal to information about New Zealand education options including courses, universities and schools
National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults
The National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults provides professional learning opportunities for the New Zealand tertiary education sector and workforce in the form of workshops, modules, symposia and a tailored advisory service for organisations, educators and managers and facilitates collaborations with key stakeholders nationally and internationally.
New Zealand Qualifications Authority
The New Zealand Qualifications Authority coordinates qualifications in secondary schools and in post-school education and training, maintains national standards, ensures recognition of overseas qualifications and administers national secondary and tertiary examinations.
Daily activities of Parliament
Tertiary Education Commission
The Tertiary Education Commission is the government’s agency through which it purchases learning for the tertiary sector in New Zealand.