Otago Polytechnic enters the new academic year in good heart, with enrolments up and a healthy surplus expected, chief executive Phil Ker says.
After nearly 15 years at the helm of the Otago Polytechnic chief executive Phil Ker will be retiring at the end of the year.
More than 730 graduands will graduate in person from Otago Polytechnic in two ceremonies this afternoon after marching down the main street with friends and family earlier today.
Once only a heartbeat away from disaster, Kathy Howard has plenty to celebrate when she graduates from Otago Polytechnic today.
Central Otago farmers have their own way of speaking, which makes it interesting for Uruguayan students Lorena Andiarena (21) and Ana Goncalvez (24).
At the start of the Otago Polytechnic's pre-trade carpentry course, some students barely know how to use tools.
Admiring photographs taken by Otago Polytechnic students are commercial design student (front) Michaela Roy and Beth Dick at the opening night of the polytechnic’s design showcase Debrief, last night.
Standing proudly beside one part of her untitled artwork is Kirsty Lewry (25), a student at the Dunedin School of Art at Otago Polytechnic.
An emotional Otago Polytechnic chief executive, Phil Ker, accepted the Baldrige-affiliated Performance Excellence Study Award on behalf of the tertiary education provider this week following a...
Otago Polytechnic third year information technology student Chris Garbutt (middle), shows seniors Laurel McLachlan, of Brighton, and Walter Willmott, of Abbotsford, how to negotiate Facebook.
A colourful, vibrant home to 231 young people, Te Pa Tauira-Otago Polytechnic Student Village is an innovative example of sustainability principles, writes Shane Gilchrist.
Ten polytechnics and institutes of technology around the country are predicted to record deficits this year, but SIT and Otago Polytechnic are confident of their performance.
From theatre backdrops to an edible garden, Otago Polytechnic students and graduates have claimed several prizes at a national design awards.
One of Dunedin’s newest buildings continues to be recognised nationally, this time winning a national architectural award for its efficient and sustainable design.
Workers at Otago Polytechnic's Eden Cafe are giving out chocolate fish to people who order in te reo during Maori Language week.
Attending the Otago Polytechnic Cancer Society Spring Ball are (from left) Shayne and Michael Milne, and Tom West and Ashley Braam.
A Polytechnic student with a green bent has been travelling around the country researching solutions to help Otago Polytechnic drastically reduce the amount of organic waste it produces.
Otago Polytechnic will push ahead with a planned $50 million redevelopment involving three separate projects, after being granted a funding increase.