Design and Arts College of NZ
Known in the industry as D&A, the college has a decades-long history of providing quality graduates into the design world both in NZ and overseas. Design and Arts College of New Zealand is part of New Education Group, New Zealand’s leading independent provider of vocational training. In New Zealand and around the world, opportunities in the creative industries are continually expanding as countries, industries and cultures seek to build on knowledge and innovation. Design and Arts College of New Zealand is New Zealand government funded (TEC) and registered (NZQA).
Design and Arts College of New Zealand offers programmes in Fashion, Makeup and Graphic design in a unique creative environment that encourages creative collaboration. D&A is part of New Education Group which is a Category 1 provider. The Design & Arts College of New Zealand (D&A) has a long history of providing quality education that leads to employment in the creative industries. For more than 30 years we have been providing arts and design qualifications that focus on practical, real-world skills so that our graduates leave D&A work-ready.
Demand for it’s programmes is offset by the growth of the creative industries in New Zealand and worldwide. Experienced industry focused staff ensure that what the students learn is relevant for the workforce which is critical in the current economic environment. From graphic design, and makeup to fashion, people who can apply a combination of technical skills and creative talents are increasingly sought after for their ability to deliver new ideas and designs.
Christchurch, the largest city in the south island, is clean and beautiful and is located on the east coast of the south island.
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