Our Industry Partners
Auckland Rugby League
Auckland Rugby League (ARL) is responsible for rugby league in the region, including both club and school rugby league. Our students have had the opportunity to work with the ARL since 2017. Every second term, students have the chance over 10-12 weeks to work on upcoming school tournament events, gaining vital event management skills & experience. Students plan and officiate games. Auckland Rugby Leagues is always on the lookout for people to place after studies, in recent years recruiting our Level 3 and 6 students.
High Performance Sport New Zealand
HPSNZ is supported by the government to provide a worldleading high performance system for organisations and athletes in New Zealand. We partnered with the HPSNZ to form the Athlete Friendly Network. The Network supports aspiring athletes in balancing their sporting career with their academic studies. It offers a system to achieve academic excellence with innovative approaches to sports science, technology and athlete wellbeing. Our network is committed to students reaching sporting success with the plans to support current or retired athletes, and identify future high performance athletes for HPSNZ.
Wellington Cricket Academy
The Wellington Cricket Academy is the regional sporting body for Cricket and caters to athletes in a high-performance environment with expert training.
We partnered with them in 2018, to assist those looking to be the next generation of cricket coaches or New Zealand BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS players.
We offer two full scholarships each year. To date, we have already seen success, with many students being trained and developed as coaches.
Wellington Rugby Football Union
We have a strong partnership with the Wellington Rugby Football Union (WRFU). Together, we provide a range of training programmes, including study scholarships to WRFU Academy players and developing the pre-elite Academy programme for students looking to join the WRFU Academy. We provide emerging players at WRFU the opportunity to develop and grow outside the game with an education pathway that opens doors for the future, both on and off the field. Our previous graduates include; All Black Ma’a Nonu, Rodney & Steven So’oialo, and more recently Curtis Ambros, Adam Hill, Belgium Tuatagaloa, Nani Laumape and Sam Dickson.