Thinking about starting a career in administration? Study fee free this September in Otorohanga. Come to our information session and find out more.
We understand that it’s not always straightforward deciding what to do after you finish school. We have a range of different programmes and opportunities to help you make the big decisions. Our youth opportunities are all aligned with vocational pathways - read more about vocational pathways here.
Check out your options below, or get in touch with us!
Choosing secondary school subjects
If you're a year or two away from finishing school then the best advice is to make sure you keep your subject options broad. Hang in there with Maths and English as long as you can (at least until the end of Year 12) and it’s a good idea to keep
going with at least one science subject as well.
If you are in your last year and have just realised you haven’t taken a subject you need, don't panic, talk to your careers advisor or contact our recruitment team to suss out your options.
Got a question? Get in touch with us, we're happy to help!
An opportunity to get together, share, collaborate, contribute and co-create, or just come along and find out what is happening with the IoT and other digital technology and what it means or could mean for the Waikato.
Ramp is pleased to open KURA : Embodied Mana Wahine by Donna Campbell. (Ngā Puhi and Ngāti Ruanui).