This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
|Student artworks fly off the shelves at MADE exhibition||Toi Ohomai’s second year Bachelor of Creative Industries students wowed the public with their creative exhibition, MADE, held at the new Te Ara o Mauao building at the Windermere campus last week.|
|Whakarewarewa School kids experience mountain biking thrills||24 kids from Whakarewarewa School who got to experience a mountain biking skills day last Thursday, put on by Cycling New Zealand’s Toi Ohomai sponsored MTB National Performance Hub.|
|Getting a head start on a business degree||Jake enrolled into the NZ Diploma in Business after a meeting at Toi Ohomai's business school, attending his first tertiary class when he was 16.|
|Jessie Luke Wins Internship To Work On 2018 Charity House Design||This year, our creative arts students where offered a challenge; design and present a new idea in sustainable housing to a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style panel of lecturers and industry experts, and have a chance at winning an internship working on the plans for the 2018 Charity House.|
|Bee-friendly addition to Memorial Park||Memorial Park has a new feature hedge thanks to the combined efforts of Tauranga City Council, Comvita and Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology.|
|Jacob Matekino – E-We solution to housing crisis||Fed up with watching his baby daughter get sick in their cold, mouldy rental, Toi Ohomai student Jacob Matekino decided to do something about it. So he decided to learn how to build his own affordable, warm, and eco-friendly home.|