Government allocates additional funding to Engineering E2E
It’s great to see the Government has announced additional funding for the Engineering Education-to-Employment (E2E) programme. A total $1.6 million extra will be made available over four years to implement the wider Engineering E2E programme. This includes initiatives such as the Make the World campaign, the Secondary-Tertiary Pathways Project and other activities aimed at increasing enrolments in and completion of engineering qualifications.
Engineering E2E aims to increase the numbers of students enrolling in New Zealand Diploma in Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering courses in particular. It is also targeting groups underrepresented in engineering – women, Māori and Pasifika.
If you have any comments or questions about Engineering E2E, get in touch with our General Manager – Outreach Angela Christie