QTI Member Articles

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Allow new international students to start their study offshore

Urgent Government measures are needed to keep the international education sector alive and functioning as the 2021 academic year rapidly approaches, says an organisation representing ten top private tertiary providers.

QTI defends high quality international education against political attacks

Foreign students studying in New Zealand have been targeted in a series of recent comments from Labour leader Andrew Little, NZ First leader Winston Peters and the Tertiary Education Union (TEU). QTI believes those criticisms miss the mark by massively underestimating the benefits of international education to the country and to the individual students.

Quality Tertiary Institutions welcomes Productivity Commission report into tertiary education

Quality Tertiary Institutions (Nga Wananga Kounga), a key private tertiary education sector peak body, has welcomed the Productivity Commission’s draft report into new models of tertiary which it called “thoughtful and bold.” QTI strongly supports the proposed move to a more genuinely market-based tertiary education system with a strong focus on students. The report also comprehensively challenges official claims that the current system is ‘high trust/high accountability’ and ‘low compliance’ – in fact, the Commission described Government control as “high-level”, “pervasive” and “stifling innovation.”
Quality Tertiary Institutions – A new look for an established PTE peak body

Quality Tertiary Institutions – A new look for an established PTE peak body

Press Release – Quality Tertiary Institutions (QTI)
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