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The Napier City Student Studio is open for summer

6 December 2019

For the second summer in a row, students in Napier have a space available for co-working, research and drinking coffee. The Napier City Student Studio, a collaboration between the University of Waikato, Eastern Institute of Technology and Napier City Council, welcomes students from all institutes.

The University of Waikato's Future Student Advisers will be visiting the Studio in January to assist Hawke's Bay school leavers with their tertiary education decisions; look out for their scheduled workshops and one-on-one sessions which will be advertised on the events page of the Studio's website.

Read the full story on the EIT website.

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