Last week we had the pleasure of the Nepalese Ambassador of Australasia visiting us at NZMA Sylvia Park campus. We had a special afternoon tea where the Ambassador Lucky Sherpa and her husband Ngwang Sonam Sherpa met with our Nepalese students to learn about the skills they were learning, and the careers they hoped to have.
Ms Sherpa said the aim of her trip to New Zealand was to explore tourism, trade and educational opportunities between Nepal and New Zealand.
Several NZMA Nepalese students had the opportunity to talk with the Ambassador and were very excited to be acknowledged by their home country for the educational path they were taking with NZMA.
NZMA Sylvia Park Campus Manager, Nishat Elavia said, “It’s a great opportunity for our students to showcase their skills when important dignitaries visit our campus. We are well known for the calibre of students we develop here, and I’m proud to say the Ambassador was very impressed.”
We teach real skills for today’s professions. Across seven campuses nationwide we deliver employment-focused vocational training to 3500 students each year in the fields of hospitality, cookery, business, retail, contact centre, trades, sports, early childhood education and health.
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