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Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology CEO visits J. F. Oberlin

Tony Gray, the CEO of Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology in New Zealand, paid a visit to J. F. Oberlin University and met with Chancellor Toyoshi Satow and President Takayasu Mitani.

NMIT was established in 1905 as a vocational school, and today it offers some 90 different study programs. With three campuses, all in the northern part of New Zealand’s South Island, it has an enrollment of 9,000 local students as well as 500 students from 35 countries and territories overseas. Since becoming a partner school of J. F. Oberlin in June, 2010, NMIT has received 19 GO Program students and 59 Flight Operations students.

Mr. Gray’s visit to J. F. Oberlin was his second and focused on strengthening ties between the two institutions. Chancellor Satow and President Mitani both affirmed their intentions of deepening cooperation with NMIT.

From left: President Mitani, Chancellor Satow, and Mr. Gray.