NMITE’S recent Open Day showed why it merits its recognition. Stimulating conversations, bright eyes and smiling faces revealed what higher education means - problem solving and creativity.

NMITE’s staff are a shining example, engaging with the students on problems relevant to the real world. Isn’t that the essence of being human?

I believe our present curriculum is testing for ‘right’ answers. You can program robots but humans have conscience.


We can be excited by being challenged. I valued the teachers who asked more of me – and expected respect for others.

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Education is based on evaluating opinion and looking at outcomes.

NMITE restored my faith in education. If a person really knows what they are talking about and wants to convey that, they can find a way. It gave me courage to pursue my own development and seek meaningful answers to my questions. Education is life-long.