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King Abdullah scholarships for teacher trainers

PINZ has managed a program that has seen students from its sister UNEVOC Centre TVTC in Riyadh, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, come to New Zealand to complete their degrees followed by a Certificate in Adult Teaching (CAT). These students return to Saudi Arabia well equipped to teach the next generation of Saudi students developing industry relevant skills in engineering, fashion, ICT and business.

You can see these students discussing their experience in New Zealand here.

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