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Tech Ed New Zealand 2007 Student Day registrations now open

, posted: 23-Jul-2007 17:37

Registrations for the Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2007 Student Day are now open:


Microsoft Student Day is the premier IT student event offering you an interactive insight into the IT industry. If you have just started studying in ICT, you will be inspired by the latest innovations and trends in technology from Microsoft and other leading IT organisations. For those of you who are graduating soon, come and learn about career opportunities and ask those questions you’ve always wanted to ask. This event will be invaluable for students studying all levels of Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Systems, Information Management and Information Technology.

Get Industry Insights & Find your first Job!
Get your first look at IT graduate positions available for 2008 from our major partners and find out what leading IT organisations are looking for in graduates and how you can advance your career. Join in the “Ask the Industry” session and get your questions answered by the interactive panel.


  • Auckland, 16th August 2007, SKYCITY Theatre (register)
  • Wellington, 7th September 2007, Massey University Campus (register)
  • Christchurch, 14th September 2007, Canterbury University Campus (register)






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Comment by Filterer, on 2-Aug-2007 13:22

Just signed up ;0


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