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Export Education And Sister Cities   Wellington Feb 2010
 

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A discussion of the potential advantages that can be gained by leveraging export education off Sister City links

A discussion of the potential advantages that can be gained by leveraging export education off Sister City links

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    Export Education And Sister Cities   Wellington Feb 2010 Export Education And Sister Cities Wellington Feb 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Export education and sister cities  A return on investment? February 2010
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    • New Zealand is an exporting nation, that no longer exports enough to pay our bills
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    • We have large trade gaps, especially with China
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    • Make up of NZ exports ($millions) +7% approx - 2,300 Export Education 19.8 961 802 Preparations of cereals -8.7 982 1,075 Electrical equipment 12.2 1,014 903 Wine 3.7 1,262 1,217 Seafood 10.7 1,600 1,445 Fruit -11.8 1,658 1,881 Mechanical equipment -37.7 1,726 2,769 Crude oil 6.1 2,317 2,184 Logs, wood and wood articles -0.1 5,142 5,145 Meat and edible offal -12.9 8,018 9,207 Milk powder, butter and cheese % change 2009 2008 Export commodities
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    • Tourism is now top BUT… export education is New Zealand’s 4 th largest export industry
    • Estimated economic impact In 2009/10 the economic impact of export education on the NZ economy is likely to be in the order of $2.5 billion and will directly and indirectly support 33,000+ jobs
    • For urban metropolitan New Zealand export education is easily our largest export… Why does no one know this?
    • Tuition fees paid ($million ex GST) $602.3 $602.3 $596.8 $623.3 $698.5 TOTAL $156.0 $132.3 $129.3 $140.5 Private $318.2 $338.1 $381.8 $434.2 Tertiary $118.6 $118.2 $106.0 $117.3 Schools 2008 2007 2006 2005
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    • 2008 student enrolments by country 88,557 40,912 18,948 10,179 15,643 TOTAL 29,973 12,775 8,043 3,281 5,005 All Others 4,100 2,406 825 130 231 Saudi Arabia 6,040 2,971 927 2,065 76 India 10,676 6,688 984 832 1,667 Japan 17,189 8,076 1,215 769 6,584 South Korea 20,579 7,996 6,954 3,102 2,080 China TOTAL Private Universities Polytechnic Schools
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    • 2008 student enrolments by region 80 18 62 Marlborough 982 370 326 286 Nelson 143 28 115 Tasman 268 12 176 80 Southland 4,528 1,144 1,568 448 713 Otago 14,443 7,197 3,088 1,508 2,650 Canterbury 106 86 20 West Coast 4,883 941 2,265 794 883 Wellington 2,204 622 799 266 517 Manawatu-Wanganui 1,085 679 299 107 Taranaki 1,065 373 375 317 Hawkes Bay 64 20 44 Gisborne 2,330 1058 39 505 728 Bay of Plenty 5,452 1045 2,713 799 895 Waikato 50,177 27,401 8,397 4,156 8,003 Auckland 479 19 238 222 Northland TOTAL Private Universities Polytechnic Schools
    • Why does this matter for sister city links and international relations?
    • Impact of councils’ international links Auckland City Average over 5 year period ending March 2007 $48 million pa
    • Opportunities for export education?
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    • Wellington City Waitakere City Tauranga District Timaru District North Shore City Taupo District Rotorua District Porirua City Napier City Hutt City Hamilton City South Taranaki District Palmerston North New Plymouth District Nelson City Hastings District Masterton District Hauraki District Dunedin City Far North District Christchurch City Auckland City Sister City relationships between New Zealand and China Wellington Ashburton District
    • Is your Council making the most of this opportunity?
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