What is ENI?

New Zealand

ENI is a group of New Zealand tertiary institutions, who have grouped together to present an integrated approach to the Indonesian market. Members include six New Zealand’s eight universities, seven ITPs (Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics) and a small number of PTEs (Private Training Enterprises) and secondary schools.

ENI is committed to offering New Zealand education to those Indonesian students who want a world class education. This commitment has been demonstrated by the opening of an ENI office in Jakarta and the appointment of a local business development manager.

Funding of ENI is by way of support from the members and Education New Zealand,  the government-mandated organisation that has oversight of the education of international students in new Zealand.

High on the list of priorities for ENI member institutions is welfare and safety of students. All education institutions in New Zealand must sign a Code of Practice that guarantees the welfare and safety of students.

New Zealand is one of the safest destinations in the world.


Education Network objectives

ENI members are working together to achieve the following set of inter-related objectives:

  • Present a ‘New Zealand Incorporated’ approach to the Indonesian market  and increase New Zealand’s profile in Indonesia

  • Focus on establishing, improving and nurturing good agents as these agents are recognised as the key drivers in this market

  • Provide study opportunities across all sectors (secondary schools, English language providers, ITPs and Universities) as well as clear pathways to degree, diploma and certificate study for Indonesian students

  • Research and develop the potential for technical / vocational training opportunities in the ITP (polytechnic) sector both on-shore and off-shore

  • Ensure ENI members are visible by attending major education events in Indonesia

  • Increase enrolments by 15% on an annual basis

  • Marketing of teaching vocational skills and up-skilling opportunities to teachers

  • Marketing the teaching of English language courses for teachers

  • Marketing to the Indonesian Government and to corporate companies such training courses that are required to increase Indonesia’s skill base, production knowledge and competitiveness in the market place

  • Courses such as agriculture production, logistics planning and quality control, which can be run in New Zealand and in some cases in Indonesia can be supplied

  • Marketing of governance courses to middle and senior managers in senior positions, both in the Government and Private sectors, and changing the culture from one of compliance to one of making a contribution to their organisation

  • Creation of sister school relationships with high schools in New Zealand, exchange visits with secondary schools in Indonesia and understanding our respective cultures. As a multi-cultural country, New Zealand has an international record of harmony and co-existence of the various ethnic groups that make up New Zealand’s society