MoneyHub, a consumer finance website, has published a guide to the Student Loan scheme for any student planning to start university, polytechnic or another tertiary course in 2020. The comprehensive guide explains everything students (and their parents) need to know about how student loans work, including weekly entitlements, student allowances and a section demystifying the debt issue.
For more details, visit the MoneyHub Student Loan guide.
Register to Teen Jobs, a free to use website for finding you part time jobs!
Just select what, where and when you’re available to work and employers come to you. Jobs can be anything from household work like babysitting and lawn mowing, through to more permanent jobs like shop assistant or cafe type roles. Go to www.teenjobs.co.nz/register to register.
If you are considering applying for a hall of residence please fill out the survey sent to all year 13s asap. This allows you to indicate which institution you may be attending and nominate 2 staff that can contribute to your reference.
All star kids club are looking for student volunteers to work with children with special needs. Volunteers must be 15years or older and will be paid $25 per day to cover their expenses.
The All Stars Kids Club is a holiday program for children aged 5 – 15 years old, who have a physical and or intellectual disabilities. The program runs every school holidays from 8.30am – 3.00pm and is based at Shirley Intermediate School.
The All Stars Kids Club needs student volunteers who:
- Have a desire to work with children who have special needs
- Have a positive and inclusive attitude
- Are reliable and punctual
- Have a willingness to learn and try new things
- Have the ability to follow instructions
- Are able to mix well with others and be a team player
- Like to have a bit of fun
The next holiday program runs from: 8th July – 19th July 2019
If you are interested in volunteering please contact
This is one guide that discusses tertiary option that students often look at studying. It also gives advice and tips on how to make a decision for next year.
Māori Education Trust 2019 Scholarship Round
The Māori Education Trust 2019 Scholarship Programme is now open and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria.
The 2019 Secondary Scholarship Programme is made up of the following scholarships:
- Tī Maru Māori Trust Secondary Boarding Scholarship
- Rose Hellaby Scholarship
Year 9 – 13
- Sister Anne Henry Scholarship
- Edward Carlton Holmes Memorial Scholarship
- The Māori Education Trust Year 10 and 11 Scholarship (New)
Year 12 – 13
- VW & LM Rosier Scholarship
2019 Secondary Flyer (1)
The 3 options shown below demonstrate ways to gain access to university study if you do not gain UE this year.
Hagley uni options 2019
If you are looking for holiday and/or part time work and intending to study in 2019 at a Tertiary institution you may be able to use the student job search site to help find work. Students can start using this service up to 4 months before they begin studying.
If you hold a leaners licence issues within the last year you can gain free driving lessons if signup to a youth membership with the AA ($50)