Who We Are
NZACE is a non-profit organisation that promotes cooperative education/work-integrated learning to education providers, workplaces and government in New Zealand.
Our membership consists of staff from institutions around New Zealand who facilitate student work experience in business, research institutes and industry as part of students’ educational programmes.
We initiate, support and publish research in cooperative education and provide guidelines for institutions seeking to establish cooperative education programmes. We have links with overseas cooperative education institutions for research and student exchanges.
Every year we host an annual conference for cooperative education practitioners to present research and new programmes.
The following outlines key contributions NZACE and associated members have made, and are continuing to make, in the national and international arena of cooperative work-integrated education.Read More
Employers, students and educational institutes benefit from participation in NZACE…Read More
Keynote Speakers for NZACE Conference 2017 Announced Please join us as we welcome Dr. Patricia Linn and Professor Richard Coll as keynote speakers for this year's conference. We are excited to have them joining us for this special Anniversary Conference. Their...read more
World Association of Cooperative Education (WACE) grants for 2016 – 2017 WACE and the WACE International Research Group (IRG) are pleased to announce the $15,000 CWIE Research Grant competition for 2016-2017. WACE established the research grant, now in its second...read more
The 20th Annual NZACE Conference will be held in the Beautiful Hotel St. Moritz, Queenstown, NZ. The hotel has opened room accommodations for this event at exclusive NZACE rates. Click the button for details and bookings.
Work Integrated Learning
- Skilled, motivated temporary staff
- Projects completed cheaply
- Easy recruitment
- Reduced training costs
- Access to tertiary institution personnel and facilities
- Enhanced corporate profile
- Involvement with tertiary institution programs
- Real life learning experiences
- Enhanced career prospects
- Develop personal and interpersonal skills
- Combine work with study
- Motivated students
- Learning supplemented by work place experiences
- Enhance community profile
- Improve industry links