In advancing its education advocacy, We Care for Humanity is partnering with the Ntec Tertiary Group (Ntec) of New Zealand. Ntec is consortium of five education providers consisting of National Technology Institute (NTI), Concordia Institute of Business (CIB), The College of Future Learning NZ (FutureCOL), National Engineering Institute (NEI) and National Institute of Education (NIE), all New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) approved and accredited tertiary providers.It currently has 3,000 students from 25 different countries spread over its four campuses in New Zealand. At the heart of Ntec is a group of dedicated multinational staff who share the same passion towards education.
“On behalf of the whole organization of We Care for Humanity, we are happy to partner with Ntec in providing quality education and providing scholarships to deserving and qualified students from New Zealand and the rest of the world,” affirmed Princess Maria Amor. She added “We are grateful and very proud at the same time, to have been chosen by the management of Ntec of New Zealand as their partner organization in implementing this scholarship program through their “Leading the Change” thrust”.
The Ntec schools have a proud record of educational excellence and innovation, and this is reflected in the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) awarding three schools category one and two schools category two status. “We have considered different organizations worldwide to become our partner in this educational program, but we finally selected We Care for Humanity as we believe in their causes, we like what they do, and we value their professionalism in doing humanitarian programs, including providing educational assistance to ambitious and energetic students in different countries,” said Dr Sam Malafeh, Chief Executive Officer of Ntec Tertiary Group. He further added, “Princess Maria Amor is a global humanitarian Princess whose international presence will surely add prestige and honor to our worldwide educational advocacy,” he added.
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