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Academic Pathways Matrix 2015

Tourism Management

Qualification

Diploma in Tourism Management

Bachelor of Tourism Management

Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management

Diploma in International Business

Business

Bachelor of International Business

Graduate Diploma in International Business

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

NZQA Intakes Entry Req English Req Level

Brief

Duration

The Diploma in Tourism Management (Level 5) is a qualification for people who want to enter the industry quickly and comprises 7 courses. The Diploma in Tourism Management (Level 6) comprises a total of 14 courses.

1 yr

Level 5

2 yrs

Level 6

The Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM) is designed for students wishing to be professionals in the tourism industry. Tourism is New Zealand’s largest industry and continues to expand both here and in many other countries. The BTM equips students with business and management skills as well as general knowledge in all the core areas of tourism management - events, hospitality, travel and ecotourism.

3 yrs

The Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management (GDTM) is designed for graduates of a Bachelor degree or similar qualification in a discipline other than tourism management who wish to achieve competency and a qualification in tourism management to the level of an undergraduate degree major.

Feb May Sep Feb May Sep

Year 12 completion

Level 7

Feb May Sep

1 yr

Level 7

The Diploma in International Business (Level 5) is a qualification for people who want to enter the workforce quickly and comprises 7 courses.

1 yr

The Diploma in International Business (Level 6) comprises a total of 14 courses.

Docs Req

Work Options

Outcomes

Pathways

Fees (NZD)

40 points

$17,150

IELTS 6.0 with no band below 5.5; or equivalent

Application form + passport copy + school final transcripts + IELTS results

Year 12 completion

IELTS 6.0 with no band below 5.5; or equivalent

Application form + passport copy + school final transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Work opportunities in Graduate Diploma in NZ’s largest industry - International Business entry level management or Information positions in tourist Technology or offices, travel agencies, Postgraduate transport companies, Diploma/Masters resorts and hospitality at AUT activities

Feb May Sep

Bachelor degree or equivalent

IELTS 6.0 with no band below 5.5; or equivalent

Application form + passport copy + graduation transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Work opportunities in NZ’s largest industry management positions in tourist offices, travel agencies, transport companies, resorts and hospitality activities

Level 5

Feb May Sep

Year 12 completion

IELTS 6.0 with no band below 5.5; or equivalent

2 yrs

Level 6

Feb May Sep

Year 12 completion

Application form + passport copy + school final transcripts + IELTS results

The Bachelor of International Business (BIB) is a highly regarded qualification which has recognition by governments and professional bodies both in New Zealand and overseas. A number of graduates from the degree have gone on to postgraduate study at leading universities in New Zealand and overseas. Specialisations in Accounting, Management and Marketing.

3 yrs

Level 7

Feb May Sep

Year 12 completion

IELTS 6.0 with no band below 5.5; or equivalent

Application form + passport copy + school final transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Work opportunities in entry level management positions in accounting, business, international trade and finance, e-commerce, marketing, international relations

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology or Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management

50 points + 10 bonus points for degree. BIB (Accounting) major with NZICA membership and at least one year’s relevant experience has 10 bonus points (Long Term Skills Shortage List)

$17,150 per year (7 courses)

The Graduate Diploma in International Business (GDIB) is a one-year full-time programme designed for graduates of a first degree wishing to complete the equivalent of a major in a discipline other than that in which they have majored for their first degree. Specialist topics in Accounting, Management and Marketing.

1 yr

Level 7

Feb May Sep

Bachelor degree or equivalent

IELTS 6.0 with no band below 5.5; or equivalent

Application form + passport copy + graduation transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Work opportunities in entry level management positions in accounting, business, e-commerce, marketing, international relations, import/ export, business

Postgraduate Diploma/Masters degrees at other universities

50 points

$18,150

The PGDBA comprises 20 modules of the MBA including a core group plus modules in international business, finance, marketing and operations and logistics. Graduates will have a sound understanding of major business disciplines with a focus on communication skills, cross-cultural management and international business. Graduates will have developed some areas at senior management level providing access to management roles.

1 yr

Level 8

Feb Mar May Jul Sep Nov

IELTS 6.5 Bachelor Application form degree or with no band + postgrad entry form equivalent below 6.0; + passport copy + 2 yrs work or equivalent + graduation transcripts experience + employer letters + IELTS results + two referee forms

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Work opportunities in entry level management positions

MBA

50 points + 10 bonus points (level 8) + spouse open work visa + subsidised school education for children of Spouse Visa holder (not Student Visa holder)

$21,300

The Master of Business Administration is the most internationally 1.5 yrs Level 9 (18 months) recognised business qualification in the world today. It is a professional degree in business management, based on a practical programme with theoretical and research underpinning. It covers a range of business disciplines which form the basis of executive decision-making. Specialisations in Operations and Logistics, Finance, Marketing, International Business. Three alternative pathways at the final stage of the programme - Field Study, Internship and Dissertation.

Feb Mar May Jul Sep Nov

Application form Bachelor IELTS 6.5 degree or with no band + postgrad entry form + passport copy equivalent below 6.0; + 2 yrs work or equivalent + graduation transcripts + employer letters experience + IELTS results + two referee forms

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Work opportunities in entry to middle level management positions

60 points + 15 bonus points (Level 9) + spouse open work visa + subsidised school education for children of Spouse Visa holder (not Student Visa holder)

$31,950

Year 12 completion

20hrs per week on Work opportunities in student visa + full time NZ’s largest industry during semester breaks entry level positions in + 12 mths post-study work visa

Bachelor of Tourism Management

Immigration Benefits*

tourist offices, travel agencies, heritage sites, customer service

20hrs per week Work opportunities in on student visa + entry level positions full time during in accounting, semester breaks international trade and + 12 mths post-study finance, e-commerce, marketing, selfwork visa employment

$34,300

50 points + 10 bonus points for degree

$17,150 per year (7 courses)

Postgraduate Diploma/Masters at AUT

50 points

$18,150

Bachelor of International Business

40 points

$17,150

$34,300

*Subject to Immigration New Zealand policy. (v.24.02.15) Note: Applications for Special Admission are considered by the Academic Board upon recommendation of the relevant Academic Head of Programme, and give consideration to the applicant’s educational achievements, work experience and other attributes relevant to the proposed programme which demonstrate ability and motivation to succeed. This publication is subject to change without notice. For the latest version please see our website: www.ais.ac.nz www.AIS.ac.nz | enquiry@ais.ac.nz


Hospitality Management

Academic Pathways Matrix 2015 Brief

Duration

The Diploma in Hospitality Operations (Level 5) is a qualification for people who want to enter the industry quickly and comprises 7 courses.

1 yr

Level 5

Diploma in Hospitality Operations

Feb May Sep

Year 12 IELTS 6.0 with no completion band below 5.5; or equivalent

The Diploma in Hospitality Operations Management (Level 6) comprises a total of 14 courses.

2 yrs

Level 6

Feb May Sep

Year 12 completion

The Bachelor of Hospitality Management (BHM) is designed for students wishing to acquire a managerial role in the fast growing hospitality sector in New Zealand and abroad. The BHM comprises 21 courses normally studied full-time over three years. The BHM equips students with business and management skills as well as general knowledge in all the core areas of hospitality management - food and beverage, accommodation, events and tourism.

3 yrs

Level 7

Feb May Sep

The Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management (GDHM) is a one-year full-time programme of study designed for graduates of a first degree wishing to complete the equivalent of a major in a discipline other than that in which they have majored for their first degree. An internship is included in the final semester.

1 yr

Level 7

Feb May Sep

Bachelor degree or equivalent

The Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5) is a qualification for people who want to enter the industry quickly and comprises 8 courses.

1 yr

Level 5

The Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6) comprises a total of 16 courses.

2 yrs

The Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) is a three year programme designed to produce IT professionals who have a breadth of knowledge across all aspects of Information Technology and an in-depth knowledge in their area(s) of specialisation. Specialisations in Software Development, Computer Networks and Information Systems.

Ideally suited to people with an understanding of business who are already graduates, not necessarily in IT, wanting to move into an IT career. Streams in Software Development, Computer Networks and Information Systems. The programme culminates with a live industry project in the third semester where students get the opportunity to plan and implement a response to the needs of a business.

Diploma in Hospitality Operations Management

Bachelor of Hospitality Management

Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management

Diploma in Information Technology

Information Technology

NZQA Intakes Entry Req Level

Qualification

Bachelor of Information Technology

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology

English Req

Immigration Benefits*

Fees (NZD)

40 points

$17,150

Docs Req

Work Options

Outcomes

Pathways

Application form + passport copy + school final transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks

Work opportunities in entry level hospitality positions such as hotels, resorts, restaurants, marketing and sales, customer service

Bachelor of Hospitality Management

Year 12 IELTS 6.0 with no completion band below 5.5; or equivalent

Application form + passport copy + school final transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Work opportunities in NZ’s largest industry - entry level management positions in hotels, resorts, restaurants, marketing and sales, events and convention centres, food and beverage, rooms division, customer service

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology or International Business or Postgraduate Diploma/Masters at AUT or Otago universities

50 points + 10 bonus points for degree

$17,150 per year (7 courses)

IELTS 6.0 with no band below 5.5; or equivalent

Application form + passport copy + graduation transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Work opportunities in NZ’s largest industry - management positions in hotels, resorts, restaurants, marketing and sales, events and convention centre managers, food and beverage management, rooms division management, customer service

Postgraduate Diploma/Masters at AUT or Otago universities

50 points

$18,150

Feb May Sep

Year 12 IELTS 6.0 with no completion band below 5.5; + 50% in Yr or equivalent 12 Maths

Application form + passport copy + school final transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks

IT positions such as system developer, software tester, programmer, database developer, network administrator, network technician and help desk

Bachelor of Information Technology

40 points

$18,000 (including over $15,000 worth of Microsoft licensed software)

Level 6

Feb May Sep

Year 12 completion + 50% in Yr 12 Maths

3 yrs

Level 7

Feb May Sep

Year 12 IELTS 6.0 with no completion band below 5.5; + 50% in Yr or equivalent 12 Maths

Application form + passport copy + school final transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

IT positions such as software programmer, software developer, software analyst, software designer, web developer, web architect, enterprise web consultant, web service developer, web analyst, network engineer, network administrator, network support specialist, junior project manager, IT manager and business analyst

Graduate Diploma in International Business or Tourism Management or Postgraduate Diploma/Masters at Unitec or AUT

50 points + 10 bonus points for degree + spouse open work visa + subsidised school education for children of spouse visa holder (not student visa holder) (Long Term Skills Shortage List)

$18,000 per year (8 courses) (including over $15,000 worth of Microsoft licensed software)

1 yr

Level 7

Feb May Sep

Bachelor degree or equivalent

Application form + passport copy + graduation transcripts + IELTS results

20hrs per week on student visa + full time during semester breaks + 12 mths poststudy work visa

Graduates will have very good employment opportunities in roles such as software developer, software analyst, business analyst, systems support, technical support, network technician and hardware support

Postgraduate Diploma/Masters at AUT or Unitec

50 points

$19,000 (including over $15,000 worth of Microsoft licensed software)

+ 12 mths poststudy work visa

$34,300

+ 12 mths poststudy work visa

IELTS 6.0 with no band below 5.5; or equivalent

$36,000 (including over $15,000 worth of Microsoft licensed software)

*Subject to Immigration New Zealand policy. **Subject to NZQA approval. (v.24.02.15) Note: Applications for Special Admission are considered by the Academic Board upon recommendation of the relevant Academic Head of Programme, and give consideration to the applicant’s educational achievements, work experience and other attributes relevant to the proposed programme which demonstrate ability and motivation to succeed. This publication is subject to change without notice. For the latest version please see our website: www.ais.ac.nz www.AIS.ac.nz | enquiry@ais.ac.nz

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