The Adult Literacy Educator (ALE) Fund supports building an effective literacy and numeracy teaching workforce by increasing the capability of educators and trainers to teach literacy and numeracy skills to adults.
The Centres of Research Excellence (CoREs) Fund was established in 2001 to encourage the development of excellent tertiary education-based research that is collaborative, strategically focused and creates significant knowledge transfer activities.
The Adult and Community Education (ACE) Fund provides for community-based education that meets community learning needs. The Emergency Management (ACE) Fund supports volunteers in the fields of civil defence emergency management and fire-fighting to achieve an appropriate class and level of training and accreditation to perform emergency management operations.
Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WLN) Employer-led funding supports the provision of literacy and numeracy programmes for employees to increase their literacy and numeracy skills, and contribute to workplace productivity.
As a part of their residency requirements, some migrants are required to pay English language tuition fees to Immigration New Zealand before arriving in New Zealand.
Entrepreneurial Universities is a competitive fund to attract world-leading entrepreneurial researchers who will build stronger and more relevant links with existing and emerging industries and firms.
We carry out audits of the tertiary education organisations (TEOs) we fund. This is a standard procedure and is part of our overall approach to monitoring TEOs.
The 10 CoREs funded through to 2020 are:
Adult and Community Education (ACE) in Schools funding is for informal, community-based education provided by schools.
This is Gateway funding eligibility information.