5 Reasons to Study: Business Administration

Until you have experienced them, it’s easy to be divorced from the reality of the highs and lows that come with being a business owner or manager. There is little that trumps experiencing the real deal, but there is a significant amount of work you can do to get prepared – education is the key. […]

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5 Reasons to Study: Human Resources

“You don’t build a business. You build people and then people build the business” – Zig Ziglar, Author From hiring to conflict resolution, upskilling, and offering expert advice on employment law, Human Resources (HR) is an integral and important function in today’s business environment. People are the eyes and ears of the business; the lifeblood; […]

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5 Reasons to Study: Sales and Marketing

As long as there are customers, there will be jobs for sales and marketers. In fact, an insightful and passionate marketer can make all the difference between a company’s success or failure. It is about understanding the consumer, but also the human. And that is what makes it a fascinating field to work in. In […]

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5 Reasons to Study: Computing and IT

The world of computing and IT extends far and wide – conceptually and geographically – and history is full of amazing accomplishments. From the advent of the World Wide Web at the hands of the brilliant Sir Tim Berners-Lee to the transformative software of Microsoft, our lives are greatly enriched by this technology, from how […]

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5 Reasons to Study: Small Business

New Zealand’s number eight wire mentality has put our small but mighty country on the world stage time and time again and it’s no wonder when you look at the entrepreneurs and innovators punching well above their weight. According to the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), there are approximately 487,602 small businesses in […]

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5 Reasons to Study: Team Leadership

Growing up we are taught there is no ‘I’ in team. We’re given small but valuable opportunities to lead, whether on the sports field or in the classroom. But post-school, when we enter the real world, and these ‘personal growth’ opportunities that have been handed to us on a platter come to an end, our […]

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