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Graduate's art project revitalises city

Graduate's art project revitalises city

14 Feb 2014

A CPIT student’s public art project has been so successful that the talented designer has plans to...

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Next generation 3D designs wins over CPIT

Next generation 3D designs wins over CPIT

10 Feb 2014

As the 3D design environment evolves, CPIT is keeping ahead of the changes, with a little help...

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Student project creates wind tunnel

Student project creates wind tunnel

05 Feb 2014

CPIT engineering student Christopher Lowe has blown away his tutors with his final year project....

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Chinese exchange a dream come true

Chinese exchange a dream come true

31 Jan 2014

CPIT graduate Jane Amornsirinapha hopes an upcoming exchange to China will help her achieve her dream of...

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Graduates take Māori to business world

Graduates take Māori to business world

28 Jan 2014

Te Reo is emerging as a powerful point of difference when it comes to marketing New Zealand...

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Lightning strikes at Open Day

Lightning strikes at Open Day

16 Jan 2014

They say lightning never strikes in the same place twice, but CPIT will soon prove them wrong....

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Health sector welcomes dual qualification initiative

Health sector welcomes dual qualification initiative

10 Jan 2014

Nursing degree graduates can now study for a Bachelor of Nursing and a Masters of Health Science...

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CPIT congratulates winners of the Eke Panuku CPIT Awards

CPIT congratulates winners of the Eke Panuku CPIT Awards

19 Dec 2013

CPIT wishes to congratulate all of the winners at the Eke Panuku CPIT Awards celebration held last...

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[IN]box sits perfectly in the spirit of ArtBox

[IN]box sits perfectly in the spirit of ArtBox

13 Dec 2013

ArtBox’s final exhibition for 2014, 59 artists were given the challenge of working with a box with...

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Industry snapping up CPIT's Architectural Studies graduates

Industry snapping up CPIT's Architectural Studies graduates

12 Dec 2013

CPIT's Architectural Studies graduates are being snapped up by Christchurch's top companies. Some students receiving interest from...

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