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Victoria University of Wellington’s new Master of Design Technology will provide students with a unique opportunity to study with some of the best minds and practitioners in the creative technology industry.
A bullying prevention programme, introduced in New Zealand by Victoria University of Wellington's Accent Learning, is generating strong results from primary schools, which have reported a drop in the number of bullying incidents.
This February Victoria International hosted its fifth Victoria Intercultural Leadership Summer Course (VILSC), with 26 students from partner universities in China staying in Wellington and learning about the challenges of the globalised world.
Victoria University of Wellington's Chancellor, Sir Neville Jordan, has enrolled in the University's first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to be offered on the respected online global platform edX.
A Victoria University of Wellington and University of Otago project has been awarded almost $400,000 in funding to investigate the impact of climate change on New Zealand's frozen water resources.
A successful programme matching alumni and final-year students in Wellington is going global—starting with a pilot in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Viet Nam.
Adam Art Gallery brings rarely seen artworks from Victoria University of Wellington's art collection into view in its latest exhibition.
The following opinion piece was written by Victoria University of Wellington's Dr Elizabeth Stanley from the Institute of Criminology.
Newly published research shows regional climate variability caused an "unusual" period in which some of New Zealand's glaciers grew bigger, while glaciers worldwide were shrinking.