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Individual Focus

International Vision


Welcome To AIS St Helens

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What Can I Study?

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English Language

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Arts - CertTESOL

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International Business

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Information Technology

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Tourism Management

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Hospitality Management

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Business Administration

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How Do I Apply?

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Further Information

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Why Study In Auckland? Reasons To Choose AIS St Helens Facilities Core Values Centre For Research In International Education Institutional Linkages

Programme Entry Requirements Equivalent Qualifications Guide Directory Code Of Practice

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Today’s AIS St Helens undergraduate and postgraduate students experience expert personalised education. The learning and development of each student is guided by qualified staff who are committed to helping students achieve success.

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Welcome to AIS St Helens, an independent tertiary institution with a distinctive international focus. We attract many thousands of students and staff from countries around the world and have developed close relationships with educational institutions both nationally and internationally. The two parts of our name have historical connections. “AIS”, Auckland Institute of Studies, started in 1990 with a goal of offering a broad range of programmes from beginner’s English through to a Master’s degree qualification. “St Helens” is a link to the former use of our main campus where over 105,000 people started their lives. New Zealand’s longest serving Prime Minister, Richard Seddon, was born near St Helens in Lancashire England and, in 1904, he established maternity hospitals with the name St Helens in Auckland and in Dunedin.

Welcome to AIS St Helens

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We have created learning pathways and support strategies to cater for the different skills and abilities of individual students, maximising their opportunities to achieve their goals. On each campus we ensure that a friendly, nurturing environment balances and supports our rigorous and demanding academic programmes. We utilise a variety of monitoring mechanisms to ensure that the quality of our programmes is maintained at the highest international standards. Earning an AIS St Helens academic credential is a qualification for life, and requires each student to demonstrate a high level of personal commitment and integrity. Studying at AIS St Helens is a uniquely rewarding experience.

Individual Focus International Vision

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Why study in Auckland?

Why Study in Auckland? New Zealand/Aotearoa Located in the South Pacific, New Zealand is a young country which remains relatively undiscovered by the world.

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With a population of just 4.5 million and comparable to Great Britain or Japan in size, it is one of the world’s least crowded countries.

Auckland Auckland has earned itself a regular spot amongst the top ten best cities in the world to live. With its temperate climate, beaches and clean environment, it’s easy to see why. Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city with 1.4 million people from European, South Pacific and Asian cultures as well as a strong Maori heritage. The city offers a large choice of recreational and dining experiences, night life, live performances and sports events. The natural beauty that New Zealand is

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known for is abundant around Auckland. The city has many open spaces, public parks and gardens, and is situated between two picturesque harbours allowing easy access to its clean, beautiful beaches. Located in suburban Mt Albert, AIS St Helens is only a short train, bus or car ride from the Central Business District (CBD). Mt Albert is home to Western Springs Park, Auckland Zoo, the Museum of Transport and Technology, and the Westfield St Lukes shopping mall.

To the west are the Waitakere Ranges, a lush rainforest of native flora and fauna and some of the North Island’s best black sand surf beaches. One of the greatest attractions New Zealand has to offer international students is the relaxed and affordable lifestyle. The cost of living is of course dependent on where and how you choose to live in Auckland. Check out the AIS St Helens website for the costs of various products and services.


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Individual Focus

Our teaching faculty value personal contact with students, and class numbers are kept low to maintain high quality standards. Our students receive a high degree of personal attention and are supported to maximise their potential. Our Student Services team, in conjunction with the academic faculty, advise on programmes that match students’ requirements and career aspirations.

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Credit Recognition

AIS St Helens offers a number of cross-credits for students who have completed the New Zealand Diploma in Business or other diplomas in information technology, tourism, hospitality and business, enabling students to “top-up” to degree level.

Study Skills Advisor

Our Study Skills Advisor assists students to improve their academic performance, with a particular focus on students who need extra academic support. Assistance includes one-on-one consultations, a “Study Buddy” programme and regular workshops on essay writing, study skills, referencing and exam preparation.

Prior studies at our international partner institutes are also eligible for crosscredits.

International Vision

AIS St Helens attracts students from around the world. A multicultural, family-oriented environment provides a conducive and stimulating setting for studies, leading to close interaction across cultures and development of life-long friendships. Our students find work in New Zealand and across the globe after successful completion of their studies.

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Reasons to choose AIS St Helens

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Fast Track Programmes and Flexible Entry Dates

AIS St Helens has a flexible threesemester system (January, May and September each year for diploma/ degree/postgraduate qualifications) that allows students to fast-track their studies. Committed students can complete their programmes in a shorter time than at traditional institutions, which reduces costs and allows faster entry into employment. Our English Language Centre has an intake every Monday.

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Student Support Services

AIS St Helens attaches great importance to the welfare of students on campus. Our multi-lingual Student Services officers are experienced in dealing with issues faced by international students and provide ongoing support during their studies.

Employment

AIS St Helens provides assistance to students on all employment issues. This includes conducting workshops on CV preparation and interview techniques, and finding appropriate employment/ internship opportunities. The Student Job Search Centre also contacts potential employers and sets up interview arrangements.

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Industry Links

Our programmes are market and industry driven. Employers participate in our Advisory Committees to ensure programmes are up to date. Live projects, internships and industry practice in our programmes provide practical training and develop work connections and job opportunities.

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Reasons to choose AIS St Helens Scholarships

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Each semester AIS St Helens awards scholarships to high performing students continuing their degree and diploma programmes with us. The awards are based on the academic results achieved in the previous two semesters.

Research

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Our lecturers teaching in degree programmes are active in research relevant to their courses, which benefits students.

Immigration and Visas

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AIS St Helens offers students online visa services in partnership with Immigration New Zealand. International students can apply for their visas and permits on campus, and graduates can also apply for one-year work visas. Our Online Visa Officer provides support and assistance with student and work visa issues. New Zealand’s immigration policy supports settlement of international students who have the skills and talent the country needs. All our qualifications at Level 5 and above qualify for points under the Skilled Migrant Category, and qualifications on the skills shortage list (our Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor International Business (Accounting) degrees) provide bonus points.

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Student Loans and Allowances

New Zealand citizens and permanent residents can apply for student loans and allowances, subject to certain criteria. Our Student Services team provides assistance with applications to StudyLink.

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Pasifika Scholarships

As part of our Pacific outreach programme, AIS St Helens offers special tuition rates to international students from the Pacific Islands.

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Transport

In order to provide our students with a warm, welcoming experience when they arrive in New Zealand, AIS St Helens offers free airport pick-up for all first time arrivals. A free shuttle bus service runs between the Main Campus and the city centre on week days. Both campuses are conveniently located to public transport (bus and rail) routes.

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Large Spacious Campus

The park-like grounds of the Main Campus are complemented by indoor recreational facilities, including a small gym and sports hall which add to the atmosphere of the institute. Free student parking is also offered.

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Personal Referrals

The thousands of personal referrals from students, graduates and their families and friends are an important reason to choose AIS St Helens.


Facilities

Facilities Our Main Campus is located in spacious park-like grounds just ten minutes drive from the CBD. Main Campus facilities include a library, computer labs, Wi-Fi, cafeteria, dormitory, devotional room, tennis courts and free parking. Our Asquith Campus is located close to the Main Campus. The Asquith Campus has computer labs, Wi-Fi, a study room with access to library resources, a student training cafeteria, a fully equipped gymnasium, a sports hall, a whanau room and free parking.

Computer Labs Accommodation Our dormitory, located at our Main Campus, provides 120 beds in single, twin and multishare fully furnished rooms. Separate levels are reserved for male and female students. The dormitory has a modern kitchen where residents may prepare their meals, and a common dining room area. Students who prefer a family-oriented environment can opt for homestay accommodation, with carefully selected quality homestay providers.

Sports Facilities Our Asquith Campus has a wellequipped gymnasium and sports hall. The gym has exercycles, free weights, treadmills and rowing machines. In the sports hall, students can enjoy basketball, volleyball, cricket, badminton, table tennis and other activities. The Main Campus has twin tennis courts and is adjacent to the popular Chamberlain Park Golf Course.

Cafeterias Library Our Library holds a wide range of books, journals, magazines, newspapers, video and electronic resources. Access to online journals, databases, specialised software and the internet is available. Separate reading and study areas allow students to work individually or in groups.

Cafeteria facilities are available at both campuses with a range of local and international cuisine, snacks and drinks at reasonable prices. Vending machines and microwave ovens are also available. The facility at the Asquith Campus is a student training cafĂŠ run by our Hospitality students.

Computer facilities are available at both AIS St Helens campuses providing access to the internet, email accounts, our online enrolment system and the library intranet. Printing and free Wi-Fi are also available.

Whanau Room Our Whanau Room is a place for all students to relax and form friendships across cultures and nationalities.

Devotional Room The Devotional Room, at our Main Campus, is a place where students can pray and contemplate. Prayer mats are available on request.

Car Parking Facilities Plenty of free parking is available for students who travel to our campuses by car.

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Core Values

Core Values

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To be widely recognised as a preeminent university-college in the Asia-Pacific region, with internationallyfocused programmes and a global vision.

We emonstrate: Excellence in the business of developing individuals as valued contributors in international communities by:

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Creating, delivering and supporting quality education in a nurturing and friendly multi-cultural environment; Exhibiting confidence in the ability of each individual to achieve his or her potential; Creating an environment for individuals to progress at a pace according to their needs; Equipping people with the skills and abilities to succeed in an increasingly global environment; and Providing further opportunities through linking our organisation with others.


C.R.I.E.

Centre for Research in International Education (CRIE) About CRIE

CRIE Activities include:

Biennial Conference

As part of a drive to foster the development of a research culture, AIS St Helens established the Centre for Research in International Education (CRIE) in 2003.

1. Hosting a biennial conference in international education;

The biennial CRIE conference focuses on a topical area of international education research in depth and attracts international keynote speakers. Recent conference themes and keynote speakers are:

The purpose of CRIE The purpose of the Centre is to promote and conduct research into the social, economic and pedagogic consequences of the

2. Maintaining a website to disseminate information (www.crie.org.nz); 3. Accepting submissions for publication on its website for a Working Papers Series, and an Occasional Papers Series;

2004 The Internationalisation of Education in New Zealand: Successes, Challenges and Opportunities (Dr Rebecca Oxford, Dr Andrew Cohen) 2005 Reflective Practice – the Key to Innovation in International Education (Dr Neil J Anderson, Dr Andrew Cohen, Dr Cynthia White, Dr Ernesto Macaro, Dr Rod Ellis) 2007 The Role of English as a Lingua Paedagogica in Teaching and Learning in International Education (Dr Ann Snow, Ms Donna Brinton) 2009 Empowering Futures: International Education as a Catalyst for Change (Dr Andrew Butcher, Dr John Overton, Dr Konai Thaman)

internationalisation of education and implications for development. The scope of this research field includes such areas as the difficulties faced by students studying abroad, determining ways of improving the delivery of English language programmes, enhancing the pedagogy of content delivery to learners from an ESOL background, the economic consequences of the export of education, and problems and opportunities faced by host nations and educational institutions. The Centre aims to create a greater understanding and appreciation of international education and improve successful achievement rates for international students. The Centre also promotes a cross-fertilisation of ideas and joint work between academics and industry participants, both within AIS St Helens and at an interinstitutional level.

4. Organising workshops for staff to discuss work in progress with internal and external colleagues; and 5. Publishing the Journal of International Education and Business (JIEB).

Journal of International Education and Business The Journal of International Education and Business commenced publication in February 2010. It is published twice per year – in February and August. Annual Subscription Rates for Journal (2 issues) NZ/Australia Rest of World Insititutional

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Submissions are sought for scholarly articles to be published in the journal. Submissions are subject to a peer review process.

2011 International Education: Focus on the Learner (Dr Phyllis Blumberg, Dr Bernard Oliver) The conference is held every second year in the last week of June/first week of July. Check the CRIE website in January 2013 for the call for papers.

All correspondence should be sent to: The Executive Editor Journal of International Education and Business AIS St Helens, PO Box 2995, Auckland 1140, New Zealand. Tel: +64 9 815 1717 ext 622 Email: publication@ais.ac.nz

Occasional Papers/ Working Papers Submissions are also sought on an on-going basis for scholarly articles to be published in both these series (subject to a peer review process). Contact details are as for the journal above.

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Institutional Linkages

Institutional Linkages AIS St Helens has strategic alliances and articulation arrangements with education institutions within New Zealand and in our main overseas markets. In New Zealand these alliances encourage domestic and international students to bridge into higher qualifications. The international agreements provide for credit transfer into degree programmes, support for course delivery, group study tours and teacher exchanges.

International • Changwon College, Korea • Chihlee Institute of Technology, Taiwan • Chinese Service Centre for Scholarly Exchange, China • Delter International Business Institute, China • Huanggang Normal University, China • International Institute of Management Sciences, India

New Zealand • Best Pacific Institute of Education • Edenz Colleges • Institute of Applied Learning • International College of Linguistics 

• Jiangxi Vocational Technical College of Industry and Trade, China • Jiaozuo Teachers College, China • Jin Ju International University, Korea • Jin Wen University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

• Linguis International Institute

• Kangwon Tourism College, Korea

• Martin Hautus The Pacific Peoples Learning

• Kiribati Marine Training Centre, Kiribati

Institute • New Zealand Institute of Education  • North Shore International Academy • Queens Academic Group

• Kyoai Gakuen Senior High School, Japan • Manav Rachna International University, India • Silicon Lake Vocational and Technology College, China

• Unitec Institute of Technology

• Sunlin College, Korea

• Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design

• Tonga Institute of Science and Technology, Tonga • Xuzhou Institute of Technology, China • Zhengzhou Institute of Science and Technology, China

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English

English With over 20 years of experience in English language teaching, materials design and curriculum development, the English Language Centre at AIS St Helens is dedicated to improving students’ language abilities quickly and effectively. Whether you wish to become simply a better all-round English user, or are intending to proceed into diploma and degree programmes, our friendly and professional staff make the classroom a very enjoyable place to be. Students wanting rapid progress are encouraged to take advantage of our free extra classes in listening comprehension and pronunciation, as well as our full activities programme, to reach their goals faster. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS See page 40

1.000 English as a Foreign Language The General English programme at AIS St Helens improves students’ English proficiency step by step. Our topical, modern textbooks and an interactive classroom approach are used to support students’ learning throughout the courses. Students are assigned to one of the following classes to ensure they are at the optimum level for progress: • Beginners • High Beginners • Elementary • Upper Elementary • Pre-Intermediate • Intermediate • Upper Intermediate • Advanced

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SKILLS Students are given the opportunity to use the skills they have learned in general classes. There is a focus on “real day-to-day” English with topic-based learning and weekly vocabulary and speaking assessments.

EXTRA CLASSES Extra classes are run in the English Language Centre after the regular timetable finishes each day. These classes offer students the opportunity to develop specific skills, including speaking, pronunciation and listening. DURATION 1-50 weeks HOURS General classes: 9.00am - 12.00pm Skills classes: 12.30pm - 2.10pm

Note: • English language courses are registered with the Tertiary Education Commission under the “English for Migrants” programme for Immigration New Zealand. • Certificates of completion are issued at the conclusion of all English language courses.


English 1.020 English for Academic Purposes I (EAP I)

1.022 English for Academic Purposes II (EAP II)

This full-time programme is designed as an introduction to EAP II and covers concepts necessary for success in tertiary programmes. EAP I includes an introduction to academicstyle listening, speaking, writing, research and presentations.

This full-time programme is designed for students seeking an English language pathway into an AIS St Helens certificate, diploma or degree programme. It is very useful preparation for students seeking to study any programme at an English-speaking tertiary institution.

DURATION 12 weeks START DATES 11 February, 4 June, 23 September

EAP II has a strong academic focus. It is built around a series of research assignments and seminars which involve core skills of reading and evaluating, note-taking, summarising, referencing, speaking, listening and use of the library and the internet. The balance of the programme includes skimming and scanning, speed reading, evaluation of arguments, listening to lectures, group discussions and presentations. Both writing (academic essays and research papers) and reading (a range of academic texts) are strongly emphasised. DURATION 12 weeks START DATES 11 February, 4 June, 23 September

1.023 Business English Business English is a full-time programme which provides students with a broad business vocabulary and terminology in a range of applied business settings and situations. The programme is extremely useful for students aiming to use English in their future professional careers, especially for those hoping to work in an English-speaking country.  It provides a rewarding challenge for high-level students and is integrated with key business topics. DURATION 4 weeks START DATES Courses run subject to demand

1.042 IELTS Preparation The IELTS Preparation programme equips students with the skills and strategies needed to undertake an IELTS test with confidence and achieve a result of band 6.0 or above. IELTS STRUCTURE Each week of the 12-week programme comprises 23 hours of tuition. Students are trained in interpreting and answering IELTS questions. Skills sessions (two hours each) are topic-based covering the five topic areas most often found in IELTS examinations: health, social issues, technology, education and the environment. DURATION 12 weeks START DATES 14 January, 8 April, 1 July, 23 September

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English Mona Dib Lebanon I came to New Zealand to continue studying towards a PhD in physics because I heard good things about the level of education at universities here. I like New Zealand for many reasons; it is a beautiful country with many green places which make you feel relaxed. New Zealand is safe and you can go anywhere you want without feeling afraid. New Zealanders are also lovely and friendly. I like AIS St Helens because of the opportunity to make friends with people from different countries and that is very important to me. In addition, the staff in the English Language Centre are very kind and friendly, and they care about their students. They are there to help students improve their English language and achieve their goals. I will not forget the time I spent at AIS St Helens with my friends and my wonderful teachers.

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Jim (Ching–Chih Chang) Taiwan I came to New Zealand to continue my tertiary education and to settle here. The scenery is very beautiful and untouched and the living standard is great! I’m enjoying my study in the AIS St Helens English Language Centre. They have a good study environment and provide optional extra courses so students can enhance their listening and speaking abilities. The teachers are very enthusiastic and they actively help students to solve problems about studying or life. They also have complete, organised teaching systems and provide many activities for students after school, such as sports and sightseeing.

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English Group Options

Activities

The English Language Centre at AIS St Helens has the following options for groups:

English language students not only get the benefit of top quality classes and teachers, they can also take advantage of the extra activities and outings happening after class every day. An English Language Centre activities calendar is issued every month, so students can plan in advance which outings they want to join. Tennis coaching, test practice, farm visits and Kiwi conversation are just some of the types of activities on offer.

• English plus tourism • TESOL teacher training and refresher courses • English plus golf • Business English • High school groups Customised group options can also be arranged, along with homestay placement or dormitory accommodation.

Students also have the option of taking part in outings to nearby destinations to experience the natural beauty of New Zealand, from the top of Auckland’s Sky Tower to its wild west coast beaches. The daily activities programme is very popular with students as it gives them the chance to speak English while making friends and having fun.

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Albert Ng CertTESOL Teaching English to speakers of other languages happened when I was on holiday in Harbin, China, about 11 years ago. I had recently graduated with a commerce degree, needed a break, and while in China became bored so decided to apply and was accepted to an English teaching position. The school paid my airfares, accommodation and a small allowance. I really enjoyed teaching the students but felt I wasn’t a good English teacher as I had no foundation to build on. I knew I needed more skills. I came home to New Zealand from my holiday and enrolled in the six-week intensive CertTESOL programme at AIS St Helens. The programme was really intensive and challenging, and I knew I was learning what I needed to become a good English language teacher to second language learners. The teaching staff were wellqualified and experienced and encouraged us all. I never went back to Harbin. I joined the AIS St Helens English Language Centre where I have been for the last 10 years teaching English to students and really loving it. Since studying CertTESOL I have gained a Masters degree in Applied Language Studies from the Auckland University of Technology.

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Arts

Arts 1.010 Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CertTESOL) The practical aspects of the CertTESOL allow graduates to make the transition from student to teacher easily. During the full-time intensive programme, trainees are required to teach English to students up to three times a week. This gives graduates the confidence and teaching experience to support their qualification. In addition to teaching skills, graduates gain knowledge of other languages and the cultural and social contexts in which they are spoken. START DATES 4 February, 9 September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS See page 40

The programme comprises courses at three stages: • 1.132 Basic Linguistic Concepts • 1.232 English Language Teaching • 1.332 English Language Teaching Practice A preliminary two-week period of self-directed study of basic linguistic concepts is followed by six weeks of classroom-based instruction and practice. Class hours are from 9.15am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. DURATION 8 weeks

Careers Interpreter, translator, immigration services, research, government, teaching, public relations.

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Lesieli Filivao Bachelor of International Business Before I attended AIS St Helens, I was working for Paradise International Hotel in Tonga as an accounts manager. Having worked for several years in accounts, I realised that for me to get ahead I needed an accounting qualification. Choosing New Zealand and AIS St Helens to further my education in accounting was the right decision for me. I was fortunate to receive a Pacific Island Educational Scholarship. My two years studying were the most pleasurable and memorable throughout my study history. The institute has a strong faculty and high-quality academic staff. I had the most caring, intellectually stimulating and responsive lecturers and tutors. They have equipped me with the knowledge, skills and the professionalism that I needed for my career, and the critical thinking that I needed for lifelong development of my knowledge in accounting and the business sector. I am now employed at New Zealand Industrial Specialists Limited as an accounts manager. Being educated at AIS St Helens helped me find a good job in New Zealand. I am so proud to apply what I have learned to my employment today.

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International Business

International Business Our International Business programmes provide a broad base of the key business disciplines: management, marketing, accounting, information technology, economics and communication. The Bachelor of International Business (BIB) programme contains international business courses at Stages 2 and 3, and gives students the opportunity to develop areas of in-depth strength by choosing electives and by completing a specialisation. The degree can be awarded with or without one of the following specialisations:

of Chartered Accountants after taking 2.114 Business Law and 2.235 New Zealand Taxation as elective courses. Students undertaking the Marketing specialisation can register free as student members of the Marketing Association. START DATES 29 January, 20 May, 9 September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS see page 40

Accounting E-Business International Trade Management Marketing It is possible to achieve a double specialisation if the requirements of both specialisations are met. In some cases the specialisation will satisfy the requirements for professional memberships, e.g. the BIB (Accounting) enables graduates to become provisional members of the College of Accounting Technicians of the New Zealand Institute

2.100 Diploma in International Business (Level 5) The programme comprises seven courses, including: • 2.102 Management Principles

Careers Accounting, management, international trade and finance, e-commerce, marketing, international relations, import/ export, business, self-employment.

• 2.113 Business Economics • 2.120 English: Study Writing • 2.231 Introduction to International Business • one of 2.101 Accounting Principles or 2.103 Marketing Principles

2.200 Diploma in International Business (Level 6) The programme comprises 14 courses, including: • 2.101 Accounting Principles • 2.102 Management Principles • 2.103 Marketing Principles • 2.112 Information Technology Concepts • 2.113 Business Economics • 2.120 English: Study Writing • 2.222 Strategic Management • 2.231 Introduction to International Business

• and two elective courses at Stage 1 or above selected from International Business, Tourism Management or Hospitality Management.

• and six elective courses, of which four must be at Stage 2 or higher. Up to four elective courses may be selected from Tourism Management or Hospitality Management.

DURATION 3 semesters full-time

DURATION 5-6 semesters full-time

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International Business 2.300 Bachelor of International Business The programme comprises 21 courses, including:

• 2.361 Applied Management or 2.336 Research Project

• 10 compulsory courses 2.101 Accounting Principles 2.102 Management Principles 2.103 Marketing Principles 2.111 Business Communication 2.112 Information Technology Concepts 2.113 Business Economics 2.120 English: Study Writing 2.222 Strategic Management 2.231 Introduction to International Business 2.331 International Business

• and ten elective courses, including no more than two at Stage 1 and no less than three at Stage 3. At least four International Business courses must be selected. Students aiming to have the BIB awarded with a specialisation must complete the 10 compulsory courses of the degree in addition to the requirements for the specialisation (see table below).

Up to six Tourism Management or Hospitality Management elective courses can be selected for the BIB without a specialisation, and up to four can be selected for the BIB with a specialisation. DURATION 7-9 semesters full-time

Courses for the Bachelor of International Business with a specialisation: • 10 compulsory courses (as listed above) • four elective courses, including no more than two courses at Stage 1 *

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Accounting *

2.223 Financial Management 2.236 Managerial Accounting 2.239 Financial Accounting

2.337 Advanced Financial Accounting 2.338 Auditing 2.344 Advanced Managerial Accounting and 2.361 Applied Management or 2.336 Research Project with a focus on accounting

E-Business

2.265 E-Commerce for Managers 2.266 E-Commerce for Small Business 2.270 Management Information Systems

2.365 Applied E-Commerce 2.366 E-Marketing 2.367 Decision Support Systems and 2.361 Applied Management or 2.336 Research Project with a focus on e-business

International Trade

2.213 Managerial Economics 2.234 Macroeconomics 2.238 Financial Markets and Institutions

2.333 International Trade 2.334 International Finance 2.346 Development Economics and 2.361 Applied Management or 2.336 Research Project with a focus on international trade

Management

2.218 Organisational Behaviour 2.225 Operations Management 2.226 Human Resource Management

2.335 International Management 2.343 Leadership 2.350 Business and Social Ethics and 2.361 Applied Management or 2.336 Research Project with a focus on management

Marketing

2.224 Marketing Management 2.227 Retail Management 2.232 Consumer Behaviour

2.332 International Marketing 2.355 Services Marketing 2.366 E-Marketing and 2.361 Applied Management or 2.336 Research Project with a focus on marketing

Notes: 2.361 Applied Management has at least 17 courses, including all compulsory courses, as a prerequisite. 2.336 Research Project has 2.261 Research Methods as a prerequisite. * 2.114 Business Law and 2.235 New Zealand Taxation must be chosen as two of the four elective courses by BIB (Accounting) students for provisional membership of the College of Accounting Technicians of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

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International Business

2.400 Graduate Diploma in International Business The Graduate Diploma in International Business (GDIB) is designed for graduates of a bachelor’s degree or similar qualification in a discipline other than international business who wish to achieve a level of competency and a qualification in international business. It also caters for those with a bachelor’s degree in one area of business who wish to broaden their knowledge in another (see table below). Some students may wish to use this qualification as a pathway to postgraduate study in international business or related disciplines. Others may wish to use it to enhance an existing qualification for a management career in international business. Additional short workshops are scheduled to assist students to acquire a well-rounded knowledge of business. The programme comprises eight courses, including: • 2.113 Business Economics • 2.231 Introduction to International Business • one International Business elective course at Stage 2 • 2.331 International Business • 2.380 Summary Report Module • and three International Business elective courses at Stage 3 DURATION 3 semesters full-time

GDIB students may choose their elective courses from one of the following subject areas:

Stage Two Electives

Stage Three Electives

2.222 Strategic Management

2.335 International Management 2.341 Entrepreneurship and Small Business 2.350 Business and Social Ethics

Offered every semester

2.265 E-Commerce for Managers

2.341 Entrepreneurship and Small Business 2.365 Applied E-Commerce 2.366 E-Marketing

Offered for Semester 1 intake

International Trade

2.234 Macroeconomics

2.330 International Relations in the Asia-Pacific Region 2.333 International Trade 2.346 Development Economics

Offered for Semester 2 intake

Marketing

2.224 Marketing Management

2.332 International Marketing 2.355 Services Marketing 2.366 E-Marketing

Offered for Semester 3 intake

Management

E-Business

Notes: Cross-credits are not available in the GDIB. Students with prior studies in a subject will be given the opportunity to broaden their knowledge base by taking other courses at the appropriate level.

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Information Technology

Information Technology Our Information Technology programmes aim to provide students with the skills to pursue a career in the information technology sector. The Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5) introduces students to a range of core IT skills and concepts and prepares graduates for the role of an entry level IT generalist. The Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6) adds depth in one or two key areas and prepares graduates for the role of an IT specialist.

The Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) prepares students to become IT professionals with a breadth of knowledge across a range of IT subdisciplines, and a depth of understanding in a specialisation, allowing them to lead, and become strong participants in, IT team projects. The BIT is offered in the following specialisations: Computer Networks Information Systems Internet Technology Software Development

The Graduate Diploma in Information Technology (GDIT) meets the needs of students who have either completed a bachelor’s degree in a non-IT field and wish to develop their knowledge in a particular branch of IT, or who hold a bachelor’s degree in IT and wish to enhance their career opportunities in the IT industry by focusing on a specialist topic. START DATES 29 January, 20 May, 9 September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS see page 40

7.200 Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6) The programme comprises 16 courses, including: • 7.101 The Information Technology System • 7.102 Business Communication • 7.103 Fundamentals of Computer Programming

7.100 Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5)

• 7.104 Database Engineering I

The programme comprises eight courses, including:

• 7.202 Software Testing

Software developer, systems analyst, business analyst, project manager, systems support, technical support, network technician, hardware support, software tester, database administrator, server administrator. Some graduates create their own IT-related businesses.

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• 7.106 Business Environment

• 7.101 The Information Technology System

• 7.203 Computer Algorithms and Discrete Mathematics

• 7.102 Business Communication

• 7.204 Computer Organisation

• 7.103 Fundamentals of Computer Progamming

• 7.205 Object Oriented Programming

• 7.104 Database Engineering I

Careers

• 7.105 Computer Networks I

• 7.105 Computer Networks I • 7.106 Business Environment • 7.202 Software Testing • 7.217 Requirement Modelling Note: Students without a strong senior high school mathematics background may be required to take 7.107 Mathematics for Computing in place of 7.102 Business Communication or 7.106 Business Environment. DURATION 3 semesters full-time

• 7.217 Requirement Modelling • two courses at Stage 2 and one course at Stage 3 from one of four specialist groups of courses: Software Development, Internet Technology, Computer Networks, Information Systems • and two other Information Technology elective courses Note: Students without a strong senior high school mathematics background may be required to take 7.107 Mathematics for Computing in place of one of the elective courses. DURATION 5-6 semesters full-time


AIS St Helens

helped me

develop

confidence.

Hao Sun Bachelor of Information Technology My journey into the IT industry started at AIS St Helens. The quality and practical aspects of the programme were the reasons I chose to study the Bachelor of Information Technology. The programme offered me a great opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge and understanding of how the IT industry affects society, and practical skills in the IT field. The knowledge and skills I gained at AIS St Helens helped me develop confidence, which in turn enabled me to secure a good position with one of the most promising IT companies in Auckland. I currently work as a developer for BuzzTasker Ltd and my job responsibilities range from the presentation layer using JavaScript, jQuery and Ajax, to server coding with C#, ASP.NET and ADO.NET, plus database design and development. As a result of my studies at AIS St Helens, we have created a web-based application: www. buzzTasker.co.nz. A large part of my success can be attributed to my lecturers who were very supportive throughout my studies at AIS St Helens.

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Information Technology 7.300 Bachelor of Information Technology The programme comprises 23 courses, including: • 7.101 The Information Technology System • 7.102 Business Communication • 7.103 Fundamentals of Computer Programming • 7.104 Database Engineering I • 7.105 Computer Networks I • 7.106 Business Environment • 7.202 Software Testing

Specialisations

Stage 2 Courses

• 7.203 Computer Algorithms and Discrete Mathematics • 7.204 Computer Organisation • 7.205 Object Oriented Programming

Computer Networks

7.210 Computer Networks II 7.211 Network Infrastructure Design

7.309 Network System Security 7.310 Advanced Networking 7.311 Mobile Network Design

Information Systems

7.201 Systems Analysis and Design and one of: 7.219 E-Commerce for Managers 7.220 E-Commerce for Small Business

7.312 Management Information Systems 7.314 E-Business Strategy 7.316 Business Intelligence

Internet Technology

7.201 Systems Analysis and Design 7.208 Internet Development and Programming

7.306 Multi-tier System Development 7.307 Intelligent Agents 7.308 Mobile Applications Development

Software Development

7.201 Systems Analysis and Design 7.206 Desktop Applications Development

7.303 Web Applications Development 7.304 Human Computer Interaction 7.308 Mobile Applications Development

• 7.217 Requirement Modelling • 7.301 Information Technology Project Management • 7.302 Live Industry Project* • five courses (two at Stage 2 and three at Stage 3) selected from one of the specialisations (see table) • and five Information Technology elective courses, including no more than four at Stage 1 and at least one at Stage 3 Note: Students without a strong senior high school mathematics background may be required to take 7.107 Mathematics for Computing in place of one elective course.

Stage 3 Courses

* 7.302 Live Industry Project is completed over two semesters.

Electives Electives may be chosen from the courses available for the specialisations (see table) as well as the following: • 7.107 Mathematics for Computing • 7.207 Software Architecture • 7.209 Information Systems Security • 7.214 Database Engineering II • 7.215 Call Centre Technology • 7.216 Call Centre Management

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• 7.218 Server Administration • 7.305 Software Quality Assurance and Maintenance • 7.313 Enterprise Systems • 7.315 Database Administration Courses outside the Information Technology programme may be considered with the approval of the Academic Head of Programme. DURATION 7-9 semesters full-time


Information Technology

7.400 Graduate Diploma in Information Technology The programme comprises eight courses chosen from one of four specialist topics: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT • 7.104 Database Engineering I

COMPUTER NETWORKS

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

• 7.205 Object Oriented Programming

• 7.210 Computer Networks II

• 7.104 Database Engineering I

• 7.206 Desktop Applications Development

• 7.211 Network Infrastructure Design

• 7.106 Business Environment

• 7.217 Requirement Modelling

• 7.301 Information Technology Project Management

• 7.217 Requirement Modelling

• 7.301 Information Technology Project Management

• 7.302 Live Industry Project*

• 7.302 Live Industry Project* • 7.303 Web Applications Development • 7.304 Human Computer Interaction

INTERNET TECHNOLOGY • 7.104 Database Engineering I • 7.205 Object Oriented Programming • 7.208 Internet Development and Programming

• one of 7.103 Fundamental of Computer Programming 7.104 Database Engineering I 7.105 Computer Networks I • one of 7.209 Information Systems Security 7.218 Server Administration • and any two of 7.309 Network System Security 7.310 Advanced Networking 7.311 Network Infrastructure Design

• 7.301 Information Technology Project Management • 7.302 Live Industry Project* • 7.312 Management Information Systems • 7.314 E-Business Strategy • and one of 7.219 E-Commerce for Managers 7.220 E-Commerce for Small Business DURATION 3 Semesters full-time * 7.302 Live Industry Project is completed over two semesters

• 7.217 Requirement Modelling • 7.301 Information Technology Project Management • 7.302 Live Industry Project* • 7.306 Multi-tier System Development • 7.308 Mobile Applications Development

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Persistence, patience

and

focus.

Zeeshan Qureshi Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management Persistence, patience and focus were Zeeshan’s keys to a job in the The Langham, a five-star hotel in the heart of Auckland. Landing a job in the food and beverage department wasn’t easy as Zeeshan lacked the necessary skills and experience when he first applied. So he went about earning an AIS St Helens qualification before reapplying at the hotel. A student from India, he is proud to talk about his journey to AIS St Helens and on to The Langham. Dawson’s Catering gave him his first job. Although it was just a casual job, he had patience and tried to work every event that came his way, even on public holidays such as Auckland Anniversary Day. Zeeshan worked in several major events including the 2011 Rugby World Cup and university graduation ceremonies (one university acknowledged his excellence in customer service on stage during the ceremony). He’s also worked at Sky City and Vector Arena. Zeeshan knew he had to focus on his hospitality and tourism management courses as well as gaining work experience if he wanted to reapply to the Langham’s food and beverage department. While studying at AIS St Helens, Zeeshan developed his confidence by meeting new people from all walks of life and culture, and his personal skills and talent grew. Zeeshan is about to apply for his one-year graduate job search visa with The Langham Hotel’s support and job offer. They have already provided him with a reference letter that extols his excellent customer service skills.

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Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world with more and more people taking trips, either for business or leisure, both domestically and internationally. New Zealand, an Asian-Pacific hub, is currently enjoying an unprecedented level of international visitor arrivals and benefits from its ‘green and clean’ international image. To cope with this increasing number of international arrivals, the tourism industry is continuing its efforts to expand and upgrade infrastructure, products and services. Upskilling and training of industry employees (and potential employees) is required by this growth sector. Our Tourism Management qualifications are designed to accommodate the specific requirements of the tourism industry, combining key business disciplines and tourism best practice. Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge in various management-track positions in the tourism sector.

3.200 Diploma in Tourism Management (Level 6) The programme comprises 14 courses including:

START DATES 29 January, 20 May, 9 September

• 2.101 Accounting Principles • 2.102 Management Principles

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS see page 40

• 2.103 Marketing Principles • 3.119 Principles of Tourism

3.100 Diploma in Tourism Management (Level 5) The programme comprises seven courses including:

Careers National tourist offices, travel agencies, reservations, marketing and sales, events organisation and management, tour operators, airlines and transportation companies, resorts and hospitality activities, heritage sites, environment and conservation agencies, customer service.

• 2.101 Accounting Principles • 2.102 Management Principles • 2.103 Marketing Principles • 3.119 Principles of Tourism • 2.120 English: Study Writing • 3.121 Economics for Tourism and Hospitality; • and 3.120 Tourism and Hospitality in New Zealand or 3.122 Tourism in Pacific Island States DURATION 3 semesters full-time

• 2.120 English: Study Writing • 3.121 Economics for Tourism and Hospitality • 3.220 Tourism and Hospitality Regulations • 3.221 Tourism and Hospitality Marketing • 3.222 Tourism and Hospitality Management • 3.223 Human Relationships in Tourism and Hospitality • 3.120 Tourism and Hospitality in New Zealand or 3.122 Tourism in Pacific Island States • 2.223 Financial Management or 2.236 Managerial Accounting • one Stage 2 elective course selected from 3.224 Impacts of Tourism, 3.225 AsiaPacific Tourism, 3.226 Heritage Tourism Studies or 2.261 Research Methods • and one other elective course selected from Tourism Management, Hospitality Management or International Business. DURATION 5-6 semesters full-time

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Tourism Management The Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM) is designed to meet the needs of students seeking positions of responsibility in the growing domestic and international tourism sectors. Students will gain an in-depth knowledge of a range of tourism topics, and a strong foundation in the key aspects of management, marketing and economics, to prepare them for managerial roles in the tourism industry. The programme comprises 21 courses including: • 2.101 Accounting Principles • 2.102 Management Principles • 2.103 Marketing Principles • 3.119 Principles of Tourism • 2.120 English: Study Writing • 3.121 Economics for Tourism and Hospitality • 3.220 Tourism and Hospitality Regulations

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• 3.221 Tourism and Hospitality Marketing • 3.222 Tourism and Hospitality Management • 3.223 Human Relationships in Tourism and Hospitality • 3.310 Applied Tourism Management Project • 3.120 Tourism and Hospitality in New Zealand or 3.122 Tourism in Pacific Island States • 2.223 Financial Management or 2.236 Managerial Accounting • one Stage 2 course selected from: 3.224 Impacts of Tourism 3.225 Asia-Pacific Tourism 3.226 Heritage Tourism Studies 2.261 Research Methods

• three Stage 3 courses selected from: 3.311 Events Management 3.312 Resorts and Hospitality Management 3.313 Entrepreneurship and Small Business for Tourism and Hospitality 3.314 Travel and Air Transport Management 3.315 Tourism Consumer Behaviour 3.316 Ecotourism Management 3.317 Tourism Policy Planning and Development • and four elective courses, including no more than two at Stage 1 and no less than one at Stage 3, selected from Tourism Management, Hospitality Management or International Business. DURATION 7-9 semesters full-time


Tourism Management

3.400 Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management The Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management (GDTM) is designed for graduates of a bachelor’s degree or similar qualification in a discipline other than tourism management, who wish to broaden their career options. The programme comprises eight courses including: • 3.119 Principles of Tourism • 3.222 Tourism and Hospitality Management • 3.317 Tourism Policy Planning and Development • 3.380 Summary Report Module • and one Stage 2 and three Stage 3 elective courses selected from Tourism Management, Hospitality Management or International Business. DURATION 3 semesters full-time

Notes: Cross-credits are not available in the GDTM. Students with prior studies in a subject will be given the opportunity to broaden their knowledge base by taking other courses at the appropriate level.

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Hospitality Management

Hospitality Management The main aim of our Hospitality Management programmes is to provide students with the expertise to pursue a management career in the hospitality industry. Although complementary to the tourism management field, hospitality management is a unique subject area. Students will learn the skills required for a diverse range of employment opportunities within the hospitality sector, from supervisory roles at an operational level to managerial positions. START DATES 31 January, 21 May, 10 September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS see page 40

5.200 Diploma in Hospitality Operations Management (Level 6) The programme comprises 14 courses, including: • 5.101 Principles of Hospitality Management • 5.102 Food and Beverage Production Operations • 5.103 Food and Beverage Service Operations

5.100 Diploma in Hospitality Operations (Level 5) The programme comprises seven courses: • 5.101 Principles of Hospitality Management • 5.102 Food and Beverage Production Operations • 5.103 Food and Beverage Service Operations • 5.104 Written and Oral Communication Skills for the Hospitality Industry

Careers Housekeeping, accommodation, reservations, marketing and sales, events organisation and management, food and beverage services, customer service.

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• 5.105 Accounting and Finance in the Hospitality Industry • 5.106 Business Environment for the Hospitality Industry

• 5.104 Written and Oral Communication Skills for the Hospitality Industry • 5.105 Accounting and Finance for the Hospitality Industry • 5.106 Business Environment for the Hospitality Industry • 3.120 Tourism and Hospitality in New Zealand • 5.201 Reception and Front Office Management • 5.202 Food and Beverage Management • 5.203 Accommodation Management • 5.204 Hospitality Strategic Management • 5.223 Human Relationships in Tourism and Hospitality

• 3.120 Tourism and Hospitality in New Zealand

• and two elective courses, including no more than one at Stage 1, selected from Hospitality Management, Tourism Management or International Business.

DURATION 3 semesters full-time

DURATION 5-6 semesters full-time


My

confidence

and customer service

skills

improved greatly.

Evi Febrianti Diploma in Hospitality Operations (Level 5) Although I had a Bachelor of Hospitality Management from Indonesia, I worked as the assistant to the commercial director of a solid wood flooring company. The company handled projects such as villas, hotels, apartments, public areas and residential projects. My decision to study at AIS St Helens in New Zealand was very simple. I had relatives in Auckland, but more importantly I had relatives who had studied at AIS St Helens and had spoken about how good their experience had been at the institute. I really enjoyed the programme. The lecturers made the courses interesting and were good. Making coffee was a totally new experience to me, and visiting Jungle Coffee to see the coffee roasting process added to this. My confidence and customer service skills improved greatly while working in the Asquith Campus training cafĂŠ. Working part-time in a New World supermarket has also helped me develop confidence and introduced me to the New Zealand working environment. I am now looking forward to joining the hospitality industry.

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Hospitality Management

5.300 Bachelor of Hospitality Management 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 or overseas. The BHM includes courses that provide a strong foundation in the key functions of management, marketing and economics. Students will also acquire the skills to implement best practice across a broad range of hospitality operations.

• 5.203 Accommodation Management

The programme comprises 21 courses, including:

• 5.303 An Integrated Approach to Hospitality Management

• 5.101 Principles of Hospitality Management

• 5.310 Applied Hospitality Management Project or 5.336 Hospitality Management Research Project*

• 5.102 Food and Beverage Production Operations

5.400 Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management** • 5.204 Hospitality Strategic Management • 5.223 Human Relationships in Tourism and Hospitality

• 5.104 Written and Oral Communication Skills for the Hospitality Industry

• and seven elective courses, including no more than two at Stage 1 and no less than three at Stage 3, selected from Hospitality Management, Tourism Management or International Business.

• 5.105 Accounting and Finance for the Hospitality Industry

DURATION 7-9 semesters full-time

• 5.103 Food and Beverage Service Operations

• 5.106 Business Environment for the Hospitality Industry • 3.120 Tourism and Hospitality in New Zealand

The Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management (GDHM) is designed for graduates of a bachelor’s degree or similar qualification in a discipline other than hospitality management who wish to gain the knowledge necessary to pursue a career in the hospitality sector. The programme comprises seven courses, including: • 5.107 Introduction to Hospitality Principles and Practices • 5.207 Hospitality Operations Management • 5.303 An Integrated Approach to Hospitality Management • 3.312 Resorts and Hospitality Management • and three Stage 3 elective courses selected from Hospitality Management or Tourism Management. DURATION 3 semesters full-time

• 5.201 Reception and Front Office Management • 5.202 Food and Beverage Management

Notes: Cross-credits are not available in the GDHM. Students with prior studies in a subject will be given the opportunity to broaden their knowledge base by taking other courses at the appropriate level. * 5.336 Hospitality Management Research Project has 2.261 Research Methods as a prerequisite. ** Subject to NZQA approval

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Hospitality 3.601 National Certificate in Hospitality (Cafés) (Level 3) This pracitical, one-semester programme, comprising 46 NZQA unit standard credits, prepares students for a range of positions in the hospitality industry. Students work in a vibrant café environment three days a week where they prepare and serve food to customers. The programme includes unit standards in the areas of cookery, food safety, baking, pasta, vegetable dishes, sandwiches, counter service, customer service, and food and beverage service. A uniform, recipe book and chef’s knife set are provided. Students will also become qualified as a barista and be presented with the Hospitality Standards Institute’s Barista Certificate of Achievement. The programme is useful for people wishing to gain work skills to enter or re-enter the workforce. Students run the Asquith Campus training café and have an opportunity to undertake optional work experience in a restaurant or café outside the campus. DURATION 14 weeks full-time

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TheMBA

helped me

achieve mygoal.

Qiyuan Alex Su Master of Business Administration Good English, a tertiary qualification from New Zealand and a good job after graduating were the key goals of my parents in sending me to New Zealand 10 years ago. My aim was to own my own business. I started in Vodafone New Zealand as a retail sales consultant and a year later became a business relations manager. On the recommendation of several friends, I joined the MBA programme while working for Vodafone. The MBA helped me achieve my goal as I am now managing director of a Platinum Mobile dealership for Two Degrees Mobile Ltd. The contributions of the lecturers and the teaching and assessment methodologies were invaluable to me, and I could use my business start up and development experiences for projects and assessments, which helped me develop my successful business. The discussions on the New Zealand economic environment and business law were particularly valuable. The combination of excellent staff and local industry visits were helpful in learning how to run and manage my business. I now employ AIS St Helens students in my dealership.

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Our Business Administration programmes offer students the choice of enrolling in a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA) or a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. The MBA is the most internationally recognised business qualification today. It is a professional degree in business management based on a practical programme with theoretical, applied and research underpinning. It covers a range of business disciplines which form the basis of executive decision-making.

In addition to assessed modules, the MBA integrates the curriculum through Integrated Management Learning seminars at two critical stages of the programme (after Stages 1 and 2). The programme provides experiential learning with emphasis on sound corporate values, professional skills development and overall growth. Teaching staff are selected for their special blend of academic qualifications,

Using the interactive lecture/seminar format for management education, skills are rapidly enhanced, building on individual experiences and blending these with new knowledge, perspectives and concepts. Small classes facilitate a highly interactive learning environment.

Business Administration

Business Administration

START DATES 15 February, 17 May, 6 September ENTRY REQUIREMENTS see page 40

4.700 Master of Business Administration See diagram over page for MBA programme requirements. DURATION 18 months full-time

The AIS St Helens MBA offers specialisations in: Finance, International Business, Marketing, and Operations and Logistics, and has three alternative pathways: 20 modules and a six-month Dissertation 25 modules and a three-month Internship 27 modules and a two-month Field Study. The challenging five-stage programme makes significant time demands in order to reach the required standard.

research activities, current business and consulting experience, international involvement and teaching skills, thus providing exposure to international leading-edge best practices. The MBA is approved and accredited by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority and is continuously reviewed and monitored by international practitioners and academics at the forefront of professional business development. Programme participants will increase and broaden their skills base and enhance their ability to think laterally, research, problem-solve, be proactive, apply new ideas, think strategically and increase managerial competence. Skills are acquired today that can be applied tomorrow.

To apply, please forward the following items: • Enrolment Application Form • MBA Supplementary Application Form • A certified copy of birth certificate or passport • Certified copies of all academic records for completed tertiary courses • Curriculum vitae • A statement from current or most recent employer, confirming two years minimum full-time relevant employment • Two completed Referee Forms. One referee should attest to your academic background and the other to your professional/personal background. A close family member cannot be your referee. • You may also be requested to include a “Statement of Purpose” outlining why you want to undertake the MBA at AIS St Helens, and how completion of this degree might enhance your career options.

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International Business

Finance

Marketing

Stage 1: Core Modules

Operations and Logistics Stage 2: Specialist Modules

4.708 International Business Law 4.714 Global Enterprise 4.716 International Marketing 4.721 International Trade and Development 4.782 International Supply Chain Management 4.795 International Finance

4.701 Financial Decision-Making

Technology 4.703 World Economy 4.704 Business Finance 4.705 Marketing Management 4.709 Operations Management 4.710 Cross-Cultural Behaviour and Negotiation 4.711 Business Quantitative Methods 4.712 Organisational Behaviour and Relationship Management 4.713 Economic Decision-Making 4.717 Business Ethics 4.720 Business Strategy and Change

Integrated Management Learning Seminar I (Qualitative Assessment)

4.702 Managing Information and

MBA Orientation Sessions:

Leadership Development, Presentation Skills, Business Writing, Use of Databases, Industry Visit, Mentorship Programme (Qualitative Assessment)

Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

4.790 Corporate Finance 4.791 Financial Modelling 4.792 Financial Statement Analysis 4.793 Financial Engineering 4.794 Valuations and Investment Decision Analysis 4.795 International Finance

4.716 International Marketing 4.727 Services Marketing 4.750 Strategic Marketing 4.751 Marketing Research and Decision-Making 4.753 Integrated Marketing Communications 4.754 Product Development and Brand Management

Management

4.715 Financial Risk Management 4.728 Operations Strategy and Technology 4.729 Quality Management 4.781 Manufacturing Management 4.782 International Supply Chain Management 4.783 Project Management

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Field Study

Stage 3: Elective Modules

(Two months)

4.797 Field Study

Operations and Logistics)

(International Business/Marketing/Finance/

(Three months)

4.798 Internship

Operations and

Marketing/Finance/

(International Business/

(Six months)

4.799 Dissertation

Operations and Logistics)

4.718 Business Research Methods

Stage 5: Research

Logistics)

Compulsory module for Dissertation

Stage 4: Capstone Module

(International Business/Marketing/Finance/

Any six modules for internship 4.707 Human Resource Management 4.708 International Business Law 4.714 Global Enterprise 4.715 Financial Risk Management 4.716 International Marketing 4.718 Business Reseach Methods 4.719 Advanced Management of Information Systems 4.721 International Trade and Development 4.724 E-Business 4.725 Entrepreneurship / New Ventures 4.727 Services Marketing 4.728 Operations Strategy and Technology 4.729 Quality Management 4.750 Strategic Marketing 4.751 Marketing Research and Decision-Making 4.753 Integrated Marketing Communications 4.754 Product Development and Brand Management 4.781 Manufacturing Management 4.782 International Supply Chain Management 4.783 Project Management 4.790 Corporate Finance 4.791 Financial Modelling 4.792 Financial Statement Analysis 4.793 Financial Engineering 4.794 Valuations and Investment Decision Analysis 4.795 International Finance

Dissertation

4.706 International Strategic Management

Integrated Management Learning Seminar II (Qualitative Assessment)

Any eight modules for field study 4.707 Human Resource Management 4.708 International Business Law 4.714 Global Enterprise 4.715 Financial Risk Management 4.716 International Marketing 4.718 Business Reseach Methods 4.719 Advanced Management of Information Systems 4.721 International Trade and Development 4.724 E-Business 4.725 Entrepreneurship / New Ventures 4.727 Services Marketing 4.728 Operations Strategy and Technology 4.729 Quality Management 4.750 Strategic Marketing 4.751 Marketing Research and Decision-Making 4.753 Integrated Marketing Communications 4.754 Product Development and Brand Management 4.781 Manufacturing Management 4.782 International Supply Chain Management 4.783 Project Management 4.790 Corporate Finance 4.791 Financial Modelling 4.792 Financial Statement Analysis 4.793 Financial Engineering 4.794 Valuations and Investment Decision Analysis 4.795 International Finance

Internship

Business Administration

Alternative Pathways

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Business Administration

4.400 Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration The programme comprises ten modules of the MBA including: • three modules from Group A

GROUP A • 4.703 World Economy • 4.710 Cross-Cultural Behaviour and Negotiation

• at least one module from Group C

• 4.714 Global Enterprise

• 4.718 Business Research Methods

GROUP B

• 4.719 Advanced Management of Information Systems

• 4.701 Financial Decision-Making

• 4.724 E-Business

• 4.702 Managing Information and Technology

• 4.725 Entrepreneurship / New Ventures

• 4.704 Business Finance

• 4.727 Services Marketing

• 4.705 Marketing Management

• 4.728 Operations Strategy and Technology

• 4.709 Operations Management

• 4.729 Quality Management

• 4.711 Business Quantitative Methods

• 4.750 Strategic Marketing

• 4.712 Organisational Behaviour and Relationship Management

• 4.751 Marketing Research and DecisionMaking

• 4.713 Economic Decision-Making

• 4.753 Integrated Marketing Communications

• any modules from Group D Note: The Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration is available as an “exit qualification” for students who discontinue their studies in the PGDBA or MBA programmes.

4.450 Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration The programme comprises 20 modules of the MBA including: • three modules from Group A • at least seven modules from Group B

• 4.715 Financial Risk Management • 4.717 Business Ethics • 7.720 Business Strategy and Change Management

• at least one module from Group C • any modules from Group D

GROUP C

DURATION 12 months full-time

• 4.706 International Strategic Management • 4.708 International Business Law • 4.716 International Marketing • 4.721 International Trade and Development • 4.782 International Supply Chain Management • 4.795 International Finance

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GROUP D

• at least four modules from Group B

• 4.707 Human Resource Management

• 4.754 Product Development and Brand Management • 4.781 Manufacturing Management • 4.783 Project Management • 4.790 Corporate Finance • 4.791 Financial Modelling • 4.792 Financial Statement Analysis • 4.793 Financial Engineering • 4.794 Valuations and Investment Decision Analysis


How to Apply

How To Apply 1. Check page 40 for the specific requirements for the programme in which you are interested. 2. Complete an Enrolment Application Form and enclose or attach the required documentation. An Enrolment Application Form may be downloaded from the AIS St Helens website at www.ais.ac.nz or completed online.

Offer immediately and advise your travel details. d) Upon arrival in Auckland, contact our Student Services Marketing office for arrangement of your orientation and course enrolment.

3. If you are applying to enter the Master of Business Administration or Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration programmes, you will also need to complete the MBA/ PGDBA Supplementary Application Form and arrange for two Referee Forms to be forwarded. 4. Upon meeting all entry requirements, we will send you an Offer of Place and an Invoice. 5. Upon payment we will send a Receipt and Confirmation of Enrolment. 6. For international students: a) Students from China, Vietnam, the Indian Subcontinent and the Middle East are recommended to apply for ‘Pre-Visa Assessment’ at the appropriate Immigration New Zealand office before paying programme fees. In order to obtain your Student Visa, you will need to show our Receipt and Confirmation of Enrolment after you have received “Approval in Principle” from Immigration. b) Send or take your passport, your Confirmation of Enrolment, Receipt and other documentation required to the nearest Immigration New Zealand office to apply for a Student Visa. Students already in New Zealand can apply at the Online Visa Office at the main reception desk of AIS St Helens. c) After receiving your passport with your Student Visa issued, please inform the AIS St Helens staff member named in our Letter of

7. For domestic students: Qualifying students should apply online to StudyLink for student loans and allowances where required. 8. When you arrive at AIS St Helens, ask one of our Student Services officers for any further help you might need. 9. Bookings for the AIS St Helens dormitory, homestay and airport pick-up services must be made at least two weeks in advance of arrival in Auckland.

For International Students Your application will be handled by AIS International Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Auckland Institute of Studies Ltd. AIS St Helens contracts AIS International to undertake its international marketing. For international students enrolling at AIS St Helens for the first time, an International Assistance Fee (IAF) is included in the tuition fees.

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Programme Entry Requirements

Programme Entry Requirements Business Administration Programmes 4.700 Master of Business Administration 4.450 Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration 4.400 Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration

• Bachelor degree or equivalent, or approved professional qualification, and • At least two years full-time relevant work experience, and • A pass in mathematics at first year tertiary level (Finance, Operations and Logistics specialisations) • IELTS 6.5 / TOEFL iBT 90 / TEP 42 or equivalent, or • Prior studies where English was the medium of instruction, and/or work experience involving significant use of the English language

International Business Programmes 2.400 Graduate Diploma in International Business

• Bachelor degree or equivalent • IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39 or equivalent

• Candidates without a Bachelor degree but with an appropriate mix of a lesser qualification and work experience may be approved for special admission by the Academic Board

2.300 Bachelor of International Business 2.200 Diploma in International Business (Level 6) 2.100 Diploma in International Business (Level 5)

• A minimum of 14 NCEA credits in each of 3 subjects at Level 3; or • Tertiary study; or • A minimum of 14 NCEA credits in each of 4 subjects at Level 2; or • Equivalent overseas qualification, and

• IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39 or equivalent, and • 17 years and over

Information Technology Programmes 7.400 Graduate Diploma in Information Technology

• Bachelor degree or equivalent, and • Satisfactory completion of pre-enrolment assessment tasks • IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39

7.300 Bachelor of Information Technology 7.200 Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6) 7.100 Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5)

• A minimum of 14 NCEA credits in each of 3 subjects at Level 3, including a minimum of 9 credits in mathematics; or • Tertiary study, including mathematics at a level equivalent to 9 credits at Level 3; or • A minimum of 14 NCEA credits in each of 4 subjects at Level 2, including a minimum of 15 credits in mathematics; or • Successful completion of a Level 4 qualification in Computing; or • Equivalent overseas qualification, and • IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39 or equivalent, and • Achieve 80% in the AIS St Helens IT Proficiency Assessment (ITPA); and • 17 years and over

Tourism and Hospitality Programmes TOURISM MANAGEMENT 3.400 Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management

• Bachelor degree or equivalent • IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39 or equivalent

• Candidates without a Bachelor degree but with an appropriate mix of a lesser qualification and work experience may be approved for special admission by the Academic Board

3.300 Bachelor of Tourism Management 3.200 Diploma in Tourism Management (Level 6) 3.100 Diploma in Tourism Management (Level 5)

• A minimum of 14 NCEA credits in each of 3 subjects at Level 3; or • Tertiary study; or • A minimum of 14 NCEA credits in each of 4 subjects at Level 2; or

• Successful completion of a Level 4 qualification in Travel and Tourism; or • Equivalent overseas qualification, and • IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39 or equivalent, and • 17 years and over

5.400 Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management*

• Bachelor degree or equivalent • IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39 or equivalent

• Candidates without a Bachelor degree but with an appropriate mix of a lesser qualification and work experience may be approved for special admission by the Academic Board

5.300 Bachelor of Hospitality Management 5.200 Diploma in Hospitality Operations Management (Level 6) 5.100 Diploma in Hospitality Operations (Level 5)

• A minimum of 14 NCEA credits in each of 3 subjects at Level 3; or • Tertiary study; or • A minimum of 14 NCEA credits in each of 4 subjects at Level 2); or

• Equivalent overseas qualification, and • IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39 or equivalent, and • 17 years and over

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

HOSPITALITY 3.603 National Certificate in Hospitality (Cafés) (Level 3)

• A minimum of 24 NCEA credits at Level 2 across a range of subject areas; or • Equivalent overseas qualification; and • IELTS 5.5 / TOEFL iBT 70 / TEP 36 or equivalent; and • 17 years and over

Arts Programme 1.010 Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (CertTESOL)

• A standard of education that would allow entry into an AIS St Helens degree programme • Successful completion of Pre-Interview Task

• Assessment of suitability for teaching by interview • IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL iBT 80 / TEP 39 • 18 years and over

English Language Centre Programmes 1.000 English as a Foreign Language (General English)

• No English language level required

1.020 English for Academic Purposes I (EAP I)

• Successful completion of AIS St Helens Pre-Intermediate English level; or

• 16 years and over

1.022 English for Academic Purposes II (EAP II)

• Successful completion of AIS St Helens Intermediate English level; or • IELTS 5.0 / TEP 33 • 16 years and over

1.023 Business English

• Successful completion of AIS St Helens EAP; or

1.042 IELTS Preparation

• Intermediate level of English

• IELTS 5.0 / TEP 33

• Pass IELTS class entrance test

• IELTS 4.5 / TEP 30

• 16 years and over

• Successful completion of EAP I; or • 16 years and over

• 16 years and over

(1) SPECIAL ADMISSION - Students who do not meet the entry criteria may apply for Special Admission and provide additional information on employment and life experience in support of their application. (2) TEP - Students without IELTS or TOEFL may sit the AIS St Helens Test of English Proficiency (TEP) to confirm their English level for entry to programmes. (3) IELTS - Where an English proficiency entry level is stipulated as an IELTS score, the overall score must be supported by no individual band score being less than 0.5 below the overall score, e.g. a requirement of 6.0 must be supported by no individual band being less than 5.5. For the TEP, this equates to no band score being less than 1 point below one third of the total score, e.g. a requirement of 39 must be supported by no individual band being below 12. * Subject to NZQA approval

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Country

Entry to Foundation (Level 3)

Entry to Degree (Level 5)

Bangladesh

Higher Secondary Certificate

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study or Higher Secondary Certificate with a first division pass or GPA of 4 or above

Cambodia

Completion of High School

Year 12 HSC (good results)

China

Successful completion of three years study resulting in Chinese High School Graduation Vocational schooling is assessed on a case-by-case basis Completion of Year 11 with superior grades

Successful completion of three years study resulting in Chinese High School Graduation achieving an average of 75% in academic subjects Vocational schooling is assessed on a case-by-case basis

Fiji

School Leaving Certificate

Seventh Form Examination

Germany

Mittlere Reife/Realschulabschluss

Abitur

Hong Kong

Hong Kong CEE

Three advanced-level passes (HKAL)

India

Completion of Year 11 with satisfactory results

Higher Secondary Certificate (higher second division pass)

Indonesia

SMU 2 (GPA of 7 or above in 11 subjects)

SMU 3 (GPA of 7 or above in 10 subjects)

Japan

Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate

Kotogakko or High School Diploma

Korea

Successful completion of three years study resulting in Korean High School graduation or Senior High School Year 2 with superior results

High School graduation (GPA B in academic subjects) or National Scholastic aptitude test 50% or above

Malaysia

Completion of SPM (or forecast) Completion of UEC

SPM (or forecast) Grade 4 over five subjects UEC Grade 6 over five subjects

Nepal

Higher Secondary Certificate

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study or Higher Secondary Certificate with a first division pass

Oman

Thanawiya Amma (Secondary School Leaving Certificate)

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Pacific Islands

PSSC Senior Secondary Certificate

PSSC Senior Secondary Certificate (good results)

Pakistan

Higher Secondary School Certificate

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Philippines

National College Entrance

National College Entrance Exam (superior grades)

Russia

Completion of Secondary Education

Certificate of Secondary Education (Grade 4 average)

Samoa

Completion of High School

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Saudi Arabia

Tawjihiyya (General Secondary Education Certificate)

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Singapore

GCE O Level in four subjects Secondary Four (Express) (Grade 4 average in five subjects)

Three GCE A Level passes

Sri Lanka

GCE O Level in four subjects

Three GCE A level passes

Taiwan

Senior High School Graduation Certificate

Senior High School Graduation Certificate (average of 75% or above in five academic subjects)

Thailand

Completion of Matayom 6 (GPA 2.5)

Matayom 6 (GPA of 2.75 or above)

Tonga

Completion of 6th Form Certificate

6th Form Certificate with 16 or less in four subjects

United Arab Emirates

Tawjihiyya (Secondary School Certificate)

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Vietnam

Completion of Bang Tot Ngiep Lop 12

Bang Tot Ngiep Lop 12 (GPA of 7 or above)

Other Countries

Applicants from other countries should provide their academic records, including results in national or regional examinations

Equivalent Qualifications

Equivalent Qualifications Guide

The above requirements are a guide only; outside of the above criteria, students are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

EQUIVALENT ENGLISH LEVEL AIS St Helens English level

IELTS (Academic)

Successful completion of:

TOEFL PBT

iBT

TOEIC

Pearson

TEP*

6.5

575

90

820

58 with no skill less than 50

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Advanced

6.0

550

80

750

50 with no skill less than 42

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Upper Intermediate

5.5

525

70

690

42 with no skill less than 36

36

Intermediate

5.0

500

60

625

36

33

Pre-intermediate

4.5

475

50

560

30

30

These figures are intended as a guide to the approximate level of proficiency of a student on successful completion of the corresponding AIS St Helens English level. They should not be regarded as an absolute guarantee. * AIS St Helens Test of English Proficiency

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Directory Executive Team Y. S. Hsieh Chairman BSc CMA Taiwan (middle)

John Wood CEO BEng CYCU Taiwan (right)

Dr Richard Goodall President EdD Nevada, MEc Sydney, BEd Monash, BCom Melb, FCIS, AccMLEADR (second from right)

Richard Smith Academic Registrar BA (Hons) Well (second from left)

Dr Michael Roberts Vice-President PhD Hawaii, MA, BA, DipTchg Auck (left)

Programme Leadership President Dr Richard Goodall EdD Nevada, MEc Sydney, BEd Monash, BCom Melb, FCIS, AccMLEADR

Vice-President Dr Michael Roberts

Student Services - Marketing

Administration

Assistant Marketing Manager Elizabeth Warner

Executive Secretary Jennifer Todd

BBS Massey

PhD Hawai’i, MA, BA, DipTchg Auck

Merry Fang

Accountant Julia Li

Academic Head of MBA Programme Dr Nitin Seth

MBA AIS St Helens

BEc Hangzhou

Vladislav Gabov

PhD JMI, MBA Anna, Emit IIFT, BCom (Hons) Delhi

DIB (L5) AIS St Helens

Campus Business Manager Leang Ly

Academic Head of International Business Programmes Dr Adam Brown

Kasanita Holani

PhD, MA Edinburgh, CertTEFL Aston

BA FJCU

Academic Head of Tourism Management and Arts Programmes Dr Semisi Taumoepeau

Vijaya Joshi

DBA USC, MSc Surrey, BSc Auck, CertTP, CertTM

BIT GWNU

Academic Head of Hospitality Management Programmes Hamish Small

Djaja Kurniawan Kusno

MPHS AUT, BHM (SIT), DipHMM (ICS), DipAET (SIT)

MBA AIS St Helens

Academic Head of Information Technology Programmes Dr Michael Watts

Eri Suzuki

PhD, BSc (Hons) Otago, MIEEE

Academic Head of English Language Centre Terry Leotta

BA (Hons) Auck

Robert Hsieh

PGDBA SCDL

Olivia Kim

MBA AIS St Helens

Bharath Narasimmaiah

Cathy Chen

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Library Manager Rebecca Scott MLIS Well, MA (Hons), BA Auck, RLIANZA

Online Visa Officer Lydia Chen BEd Fujian

Chairman Yin-Sheng Hsieh

BEng Tongji, DipQS Unitec

Graphic Designer Jeremy Barnett

Accommodation Office Phai Waenthongkham BEd Suandusit Rajabhat, BEd Chandrakasem Rajabhat

Judith Mollot DipBus Auck

BBA Philippines

MCompSc York

Board of Directors

Mark Needham Nukes Quintana

IT Manager Robin Lan

Manager - China Projects Max Li

BE Tianjin BLC AIS St Helens, GDipComp, CELTA Unitec

MBA, BBS, DipBus Massey

BLC AIS St Helens

MALT (Hons), BA Auck, IDLTM, RSA CertTEFLA

Student Services Administration

Human Resources Manager Karen Fray

CEO John Wood Academic Registrar Richard Smith Non-Executive Directors Jennifer Chen-Fang Wu Kevin Kuei-Hsiung Chen William Wan-Yu Ou Wendy Wen-Chi Ku


Code of Practice

Code of Practice NZQA

Medical and Travel Insurance

Enrolment Restrictions

AIS St Helens is registered by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority as a Private Training Establishment under the provisions of the Education Act 1989 and its subsequent amendments.

International students (including group students) must have appropriate and current medical and travel insurance while in New Zealand.

Students who fail to make satisfactory progress may be subject to enrolment restrictions for further studies. Entry to some programmes may be restricted for domestic students due to government funding limitations.

Memberships

Employment

AIS St Helens has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students. Copies of the code are available from the New Zealand Ministry of Education website at www.minedu.govt.nz/ international.

International students enrolled in AIS St Helens diploma and degree programmes may work up to 20 hours per week and full-time during the summer holiday recess, providing they have an endorsement on their student visa. Twoyear diploma, graduate/postgraduate diploma and degree students also qualify for a 12-month graduate job search visa after graduation, followed by a two-year work visa once relevant employment is secured. In some cases English language students and spouses of graduate students may also qualify for work rights.

Immigration

Fee Protection

Full details of immigration requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available from Immigration New Zealand, and can be viewed on their website at www. immigration.govt.nz

All student fees are held in an independent trust account – Jolly Duncan & Wells Trustees Ltd, AIS St Helens Student Trust – managed by an independent Chartered Accountant. Fees are released periodically in arrears on a pro rata basis in relation to the tuition delivered.

AIS St Helens is a member of a number of industry organisations including Independent Tertiary Institutions (ITI), English New Zealand and Study Auckland.

Code

Eligibility for Health Services Most international students are not entitled to publicly-funded health services while in New Zealand and may be liable for the full cost of any medical treatment. Full details on entitlements to publicly-funded health services are available through the Ministry of Health, and can be viewed on their website at www.moh.govt.nz.

Accident Insurance The Accident Compensation Corporation provides accident insurance for all New Zealand citizens, residents and temporary visitors to New Zealand, but international students may still be liable for all other medical and related costs. Further information can be viewed on the ACC website at www.acc.co.nz.

Refund Policy For international students in programmes over three months, all payments exceeding 25% of the fees paid will be refunded if the student withdraws within the first ten working days of the programme. Thereafter, fees paid are non-refundable. The refund policy is in accordance with the Education Act 1989. Full information is contained in the Enrolment Application Form.

Orientation and Enrolment New students must be present for orientation on the Friday prior to the beginning of semester. Absence from orientation can negatively impact on a student’s ability to settle into campus and academic life at AIS St Helens. Returning students are able to select courses on-line as soon as results are known from the previous semester.

EDUCATIONAL PARTNER Disclaimer: The information contained in this prospectus was correct at the time of printing. This information is subject to change.

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Individual Focus International Vision AIS ST HELENS 28a Linwood Avenue, Mt Albert, Auckland 1025, NEW ZEALAND PO Box 2995, Auckland 1140, NEW ZEALAND Telephone: (64 9) 815 1717 Freephone (NZ only): 0800 STUDY AIS (0800 788 392) Fax: (64 9) 815 1802 Email: enquiry@ais.ac.nz Internet: www.ais.ac.nz

AIS CHINA Robert Hsieh Tel: (86 21) 6361 9533 Mobile: (138) 16118050 Fax: (86 21) 6360 4727 ext 888 Email: roberth@ais.ac.nz Internet: www.ais.ac.nz/chinese

AIS JAPAN Kazuko Iguchi Telephone: (81 3) 3271-7200 Mobile: (090) 3510 4677 Fax: (81 3) 6202 6572 Email: officejpn@aisj.net Internet: www.aisj.net

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