New Zealand College of Education

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New Zealand College of Education
NZCOE Auckland International College
MottoBy Teaching, We Learn: Building Dreams Since 1992
TypePrivate, for-profit, coeducational
Established1992 as a language center; 2011 as an undergraduate provider
AffiliationCatholic
PresidentAndrew Portman
Academic staff
108[citation needed]
Administrative staff
32;
Students237 undergraduate; 491 diploma; 618 certificate[citation needed]
Location,
CampusAuckland CBD
Websitehttp://www.nzcoe.ac.nz
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New Zealand College of Education (NZCOE) is a small government-approved and recognised Catholic institution of higher learning that provides both undergraduate and graduate programmes online and offline in various disciplines. NZCOE is a short course, certificate, diploma and undergraduate college of education located in Auckland, New Zealand. It was established on 1 September 1992 as a provider of short-term language programmes [1].

In 2018, the New Zealand College of Education established a partnership with the European Global School, Paris (EGS, Paris) in France to jointly offer bachelor, master, and PhD degrees in the fields of arts, business administration, education and science [2]. The New Zealand College of Education is now a worldwide partner within the EGS, Paris network [3].

These programmes are approved and recognised by the Ministry of National Education, Research and Innovation.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About us l New Zealand College of Education". NZCOE New Zealand College of Education l English Teaching and Learning. Retrieved 2019-01-03.
  2. ^ "European Global School - Paris l New Zealand College of Education". NZCOE New Zealand College of Education l English Teaching and Learning. Retrieved 2019-01-03.
  3. ^ "European Global University and European Global school Paris". www.egs.education. Retrieved 2019-01-03.

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