A top vocational training college in New Zealand, NZMA, providing hundreds of courses to prepare students for a career in a wide range of industries, is sending its top ‘masterchef’ student, TuaineTaringa, to a culinary competitionorganised by New Zealand’s ministry of education, in Vietnam.

The vocational college is a member of the leading private education company, the Academic Colleges Group, based in New Zealand, which also manages/owns the Australian International School in Vietnam. The Group has a total of 15,000 students across 15 schools and is renowned for top examination results, high university entrance pass rates and is home to some of the world’s top scholars.

Tuaine, one of New Zealand’s best cookery students, will collaborate with 2 Vietnamese team members from Vietnam’s hospitality training institutions to create the ultimate 3-course meal using a combination of Vietnamese and Kiwi ingredients for a panel of judges, including New Zealand’s Education Minister Hon Steven Joyce, at Vietnam’s prestigious CaravelleHotel on 6 June 2016.

The competition symbolises the economic relations between Vietnam and New Zealand, in which the Australian International School’s parent company, Academic Colleges Group, plays a central role. To experience the quality of education in a New Zealand-owned school, please contact enrolments@aisvietnam.com or visit www.aisvietnam.com to arrange an appointment.

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