Otago Polytechnic’s recently-completed and record-setting Student Village has won two national awards, including a "green building" excellence prize.
China is beckoning an Otago Polytechnic student whose love of exotic designs led to her applying for a Prime Minister's Scholarship for Asia.
Otago Polytechnic is partnering with Lance O’Sullivan to develop digital health qualifications for the iMoko app - allowing teachers and child care workers to help make long-distance diagnoses.
Australian-based chief executive of Campus Living Villages Rob Di Qual speaks at the official opening of Otago Polytechnic’s new Student Village Te Pa Tauira yesterday.
Otago Polytechnic fashion design graduate Dylan McCutcheon-Peat is set to capitalise on good marks and his place in the iD International Emerging Designers Show.
Imagine a mobile phone app that acts like a passport, allowing young people with cancer to access their treatment information from anywhere in the world.
The four panelists who opened Dunedin Techweek ’18 last night had wildly different takes on innovation — and the discussion ranged from education to medicine and the legal system.
Past and present Otago Polytechnic students making their mark on the world were honoured last night in Dunedin at the institution’s 2018 Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Otago Polytechnic's enrolments are up by 8.2% this year, but the fees-free scheme did not have the expected effect because of the timing of enrolments, the polytechnic says.
Less than three months after it officially opened, the Otago Polytechnic is already seeking to expand its new $20 million accommodation complex.
A Dunedin carpentry apprentice has been named the king of a castle-making competition at Otago Polytechnic.
A call-up to model at the iD International Emerging Designer Show next month is a first for trans-woman model Charlotte Goodyear, and a first for the show.
Government proposals to reform the polytechnic sector should not come at the cost of high-performing schools such as Otago Polytechnic, its chief executive Phil Ker says.
Otago Polytechnic graduands march along George St yesterday before their 3pm graduation ceremony at the Dunedin Town Hall.
Otago Polytechnic is "not in crisis" but chief executive Phil Ker welcomes moves to scrap the funding system, and suggests more government investment.
A Unesco Chair in Open Education Resources, established at Otago Polytechnic in 2013, has been renewed for another four years because of its "good results".
With its comparatively light meals and collective culture, Otago Polytechnic students are getting an experience at the institution’s only hall of residence not previously offered to them.
Otago Polytechnic graduands and their families flood down George St yesterday, on their way to their graduation ceremonies at the Dunedin Town Hall.