The ICT Graduate School programme will deliver industry-focused education and research that builds connections between tertiary education providers and high-tech firms.
This page provides guidance on developing business cases for projects or individual proposals (either two-stage or single-stage) and programmes of work.
This page has information about Industry Training Fund (ITF) enrolment, and verification of learner eligibility and identity.
We provide most of our funding through a process that requires tertiary education organisations (TEOs) to submit an Investment Plan, although some funds are off-plan and some TEOs are managed through a funding letter. This section includes guidance and resources to cover the majority of our funding agreements.
The Tertiary Education Commission (the TEC) is governed by a Board of Commissioners.
The Sector Helpdesk is the main point of contact for tertiary education organisations (TEOs) , other government agencies and the general public who contact the Tertiary Education Commission (the TEC).
At the Tertiary Education Commission (the TEC), we lead the Government’s relationship with the tertiary education sector and provide career services from education through to employment.
The Tertiary Education Commission (the TEC) is a Crown entity established under section 159C of the Education Act 1989. On 1 July 2017, the Education (Update) Amendment Bill disestablished Careers NZ and transferred its staff and functions to the TEC.
Tertiary education institutions (TEIs) comprise universities, institutes of technology and polytechnics, and wānanga. This section contains information for TEIs about governance (TEI councils), borrowing and investments, financial monitoring, seismic risk and capital asset management.
This page sets out the processes and approvals required for tertiary education institutions (TEIs) to borrow or raise money.