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Agricultural production is critical to feeding the population of the world.
Increasing consumer sophistication means a greater demand for a diverse range of high-quality products.
Commerce focuses largely on value chains, which connect the world.
Environmental careers involve addressing some of the most critical issues facing the planet today.
Landscape architecture combines science and art to create harmonious outdoor spaces that promote better ways of living.
A firm grounding in the basic sciences can equip you for a broad range of career possibilities across a variety of disciplines.
The sport and recreation field provides New Zealand with more than $1 billion in productivity gains and health benefits.
There’s an increasing demand for university graduates with a specialised understanding of the tourism industry’s requirements.
The wine and horticultural industries are ideal for those who want to work with their hands in the great outdoors.
* New Zealanders who finished school in 2017, or will finish school during 2018, now qualify for a year of free tertiary education in 2018.
* If you're not a recent school leaver and you've done less than half a fulltime year of education or training before, you also qualify.
* More information for prospective students and trainees is at the fees-free website www.feesfree.govt.nz.
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