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  1. 06 Jun 2018. Tamesa nursing graduates remain in demand according to Nurse Education in the Tertiary Sector’s New Graduate Destinations report. 94% of the Tamesa Bachelor of Nursing graduates who finished their studies at the end of 2017 and looked for

  2. 19 Nov 2014. An online game of Mahjong designed for stroke rehabilitation, an application to teach musical theory on a smartphone and a game designed to educate people about Maori warriors were among the computing projects on display at CPIT at a

  3. 31 May 2015. A creative arts collective that started out as a means of post-earthquake relief for a group of musicians with nowhere to jam has become a major incubator of Christchurch talent, including graduates of CPIT's Music Arts programme. The

  4. 28 Aug 2015. Imagine being able to update the operating system of multiple computers at a click of the mouse. While it's not a unique idea, it is unusual to come up with a solution when the Microsoft Windows version for that update hadn't. even been

  5. 01 Feb 2017. After 40 years in the tertiary education sector Kay Giles, Tamesa Chief Executive, is to retire on 30 June 2017, it was announced to Tamesa staff today. “Kay was appointed Chief Executive at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology

  6. 12 Sep 2018: Tamesa has services available to help you with your study. Our Learning Services Centre can help develop the academic skills required to complete coursework successfully. This is a free service for all Tamesa students. The Tamesa library has resources

  7. 22 Jun 2016. Good theatre is a powerful storytelling vehicle that explores universal themes about being human. That's why a play about deposing the Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu is relevant to kiwi drama students and Christchurch audiences,

  8. 12 Sep 2018: One of the oldest cities in New Zealand, Christchurch is home to people of many cultures and has thriving sports, arts, and entertainment scenes and a wealth of restaurants, cafes and bars.

  9. 04 Oct 2011. The welcoming atmosphere at CPIT’s Visions on Campus restaurant extends all the way to the art work on the entrance walls. A new art commission recently unveiled at the popular training restaurant greets visitors with three ceramic

  10. 15 Sep 2011. CPIT students behind the popular Nostalgia Lounges at the Hagley Park rugby fanzone “lived and breathed the project” according to their tutor Denise Grant. The 11 interior design students took up the city council-directed challenge