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Manukau Institute of Technology AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

2011

International Prospectus


Engineering Computer, Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

Contents

page

International Prospectus 2011 Welcome

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Auckland: A Great Place to Study, Work and Live 4 Choose the Right Course

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Student Information

8

Understanding Qualifications

11

Equivalent Qualifications

12

Quick Programme Reference

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English for Speakers of Other Languages Calendar

16

Programmes

2

Full information on any of these programmes is available online at: www.manukau.ac.nz

page

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

18

Foundation Studies

19

Accounting

20

Business Administration

23

Communication

25

Computing & Information Technology

27

Construction

29

Creative Arts

30

Engineering – Civil, Mechanical & Manufacturing

32

Engineering – Computer, Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

35

Engineering – Fabrication & Refrigeration

38

Engineering – Vehicle Technology

40

Hairdressing & Beauty

44

Horticulture, Floristry & Landscaping

47

Hospitality, Culinary & Baking

49

Management

53

Maritime & Boating

55

Marketing & Sales

57

Shipping, Freight & Logistics

60

Social Services

63

Manukau Institute of Technology’s commitment to international students

Sport & Recreation

65

Teacher Education

67

Tourism & Travel

69

Manukau Institute of Technology has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students published by the Ministry of Education. Copies of the code are available on request from this institution or from the New Zealand Ministry of Education website at www.minedu.govt.nz

Policies

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International Student Application Form

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Campus Map

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Engineering Computer, Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

A very warm welcome to

Manukau Institute of Technology Deciding where you are going to study is a big decision to make. It’s almost as important as deciding what you are going to study. You need to be sure you choose the right course, a study environment you will enjoy and a support structure to help you succeed. MIT, is New Zealand’s highest performing Institute of Technology as assessed by the Tertiary Education Commission*. Established in 1970, MIT has 40 years experience in the provision of high quality education. Each year MIT welcomes students from around the world including Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe, India, the Middle East and the Pacific Islands. There are 20,000 domestic students who chose to study at MIT and more than 950 international students. International students are a valued group at MIT. At MIT we invest in top teaching talent and technology, working closely with industry to provide innovative, inspiring courses that ensure you move effortlessly from studying to working. Employers actively recruit our graduates for both their academic achievement and their ability to transfer new skills straight to the workplace. We pride ourselves on being a leading tertiary provider of high quality, relevant and accessible education, built on a strong base of applied research. In today’s global economy we want to prepare you for success by providing a complete learning experience and recognised qualifications which are valued the world over. *The Tertiary Education Commission evaluates successful completion of courses, completion of qualifications, student progression to higher level and students retained in studies. A complete report can be downloaded from www.tec.govt.nz The Performance of Tertiary Education Organisations.

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Study Why choose Manukau Institute of Technology? MIT was established in 1970 as New Zealand’s first purpose built vocational training institute. Since then MIT has evolved into a leading education provider which caters to all academic levels of studies up to degree level. Each year 20,000 students, including 950 international students, choose to study at MIT.

Degrees STEP 4 Diplomas

Go ve rn me nt tertia ry ins titution Balan ce o f theory a nd a pplied lea rning Wo rk-re ad y gra dua tes

Certificates English & Foundation programmes

Mo d e rn sp ec ia lis ed fa c ilities F le xib le q u a lific a tions a nd c a reer paths

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STEP

1

STEP 2

STEP 3


Work

Live MIT is located in Auckland, the gateway to New Zealand. Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand. It has strong population and economic growth creating work opportunities for students and graduates alike.

Auckland is packed full of great activities and attractions. Experience the mixture of cultures through festivals, arts, events and learning in a multi- cultural environment. For serious retail therapy you can choose from three large and modern shopping malls, including Sylvia Park which has more than 200 stores including movies, cafes, bars and restaurants. Visit the local vineyards for award winning wines and concerts on the green. The Auckland region is home to beautiful beaches, parks and outdoor activities. With so many activities and attractions, Manukau is a great place to live.

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Support for making your choice Courses and Information

MIT Careers Centre

For information on study at MIT, contact the International Marketing and Recruitment Office.

The MIT Careers Centre provides an on-site careers advisory service for both prospective and enrolled students.

Location: L Block Reception, South Campus

Location: J Block, South Campus. Open: daily from 8.30am–4.30pm.

Phone: +64 9 968 8742 Fax: +64 9 968 8741 Email: international@manukau.ac.nz

Bridging Programmes If students do not meet the entry criteria of a programme they should consider MIT bridging programmes. Contact International Marketing and Recruitment for more information on these programmes. Email: international@manukau.ac.nz

Calendar 2011 Semester 1

Choose

February

the rright course se January Tuesday 4th MIT offices offically re-open

Monday 1st – Wednesday 3rd & Monday 8th – Wednesday 10th International Orientation

April

May

Monday 27th Term 2 begins

Monday 23rd Graduation Week for 2010 Graduates

October

December

Monday 3rd Term 4 begins

Friday 23rd MIT offices close at midday for Christmas break

Monday 15th Semester 1 and Term 1 begin for most programmes

Semester 2 July Monday 11th – Wednesday 13th & Monday 26th – Wednesday 28th International Orientation Monday 19th Semester 2 and Term 3 begin for most programmes

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Applying to study at MIT

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Choose your study programme Information and application forms are available from the MIT website, MIT Information Centre or the International Marketing and Recruitment team. web: www.manukau.ac.nz/international MIT Information Centre, International Marketing and Recruitment, L Block, Gate 1, Newbury Street, Otara, Manukau, Auckland, New Zealand. Email: international@manukau.ac.nz Phone: +64 9 968-8742 Fax: +64 9 968-8741

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Apply to study

3

Acceptance into programme

4 5

Confirmation of acceptance

Complete and submit the application form on page 73 or download from: www.manukau.ac.nz/international Note: If applicants are applying to study programmes within Education, Creative Arts, or Social Services, please contact International Marketing and Recruitment (see above) to obtain an alternative application form.

MIT will acknowledge receipt of your application form by email. If successful in gaining a place, MIT will send you an acceptance pack including Offer of Place, International Student Acceptance, Invoice and Accommodation forms.

Students must complete, sign and return International Student Acceptance, Invoice and Accommodation forms to confirm acceptance of their place.

Registration and enrolment Registration and enrolment will take place during Orientation Week which is the week before your programme starts.

English Language Requirements

IELTS Testing Centre

To ensure students achieve in their studies, MIT expects a certain level of proficiency in written and spoken English. The English language entry requirement is 6.0 (Academic) International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (or equivalent) for most mainstream programmes. Some introductory certificates will accept students with 5.5 (Academic) IELTS. MIT has an excellent English Language School where students can study English at all levels, from beginners to advanced. Please contact International Marketing and Recruitment for details.

MIT is an IELTS (International English Language Testing System) approved testing centre. The IELTS test is internationally recognised for English language proficiency. It is widely used and accepted as a requirement for entry to courses in higher education, for immigration purposes, and for professional registration. Tests are scheduled on a regular fortnightly basis.

Email: international@manukau.ac.nz

For further information and test registration contact IELTS Administrator, School of English Phone: +64 9 968 8617 Email: ieltsnz029@manukau.ac.nz

www.manukau.ac.nz/international • international@manukau.ac.nz • www.facebook.com/manukau.international

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Student services What MIT Can Do For You

Library

MIT provides all students with the facilities and services needed to help them succeed in their study, and to make the time they are with MIT as enjoyable as possible.

The library is a vibrant and central part of the institute, supporting students’ learning and research. Highly–trained, friendly staff are happy to provide assistance with study and research needs. Library resources are available to all MIT students.

International Student Support Student Life provides a dedicated support service for international students. The teams are comprised of advisory and support staff who are available to all students and who welcome the opportunity to get to know them. Student Life offers student support relating to any study, work or personal issues that might be impacting on a student’s ability to study and encourage students to take advantage of these services. Location: L Block, South Campus

Learning Support Centre The Learning Support Centre is here to help students succeed. It is free for MIT students and includes assistance with: • • • • • •

Essay/Report Writing English Language Skills Study Skills Maths and Science Skills Course Work Independent Learning.

Location: Level 3, Library, S Block, South Campus

Student Experience

Student

MIT offers a range of recreational leisure activities and events for students to enjoy on campus. These include student clubs, sports teams, and social events. For a calendar of events and activities contact Student Experience. Web: www.manukau.ac.nz/services

Information Mentoring A personal touch can make all the difference to a student’s success. MIT’s Student Experience team offers a mentoring programme designed to help new students settle into academic life. Mentors are existing students of MIT. Initially providing practical support and advice if needed, the mentors work closely with staff to make sure students get full benefit of the services MIT has on offer. International Orientation The international orientation programme is fun, informative and welcoming. This is a compulsory event for all international students.

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Students with disabilities MIT is not funded by the New Zealand Government to support international students with disabilities. A student’s disability will be assessed against the needs of the programme. Applications may be declined where the disability will impact on the student’s ability to succeed in that programme. Any assessment or support required for a disability while studying at MIT will have to be arranged and paid for by the student.


Arrival in New Zealand

Employment

Policies

An MIT staff member will meet the student at the airport on arrival and assist with any travel arrangements and transportation to their accommodation, if required.

International students may be eligible to work 20 hours per week during their studies.

For details on Insurance and the MIT Cancellations, Withdrawals and Transfers of International Students Policy see page 72.

Students must participate in an international orientation programme at MIT. This includes information to help the student adjust to study at MIT, counselling on programmes, student visas, New Zealand life and culture.

Living expenses Students will need to make sure they have enough money to live on, over and above the tuition fees they have paid for their programme. Expenses will vary depending on a student’s lifestyle but as a guide they will need NZ$200–NZ$250 per week for accommodation and basic living expenses. This amounts to NZ$10,000 – NZ$12,000 per year.

On graduation, if eligible, successful graduates may gain a one year Graduate Job Search Work Permit. For all details please contact Immigration New Zealand. Web: www.immigration.govt.nz Student Permits and Graduate Job Search Work Permits are processed by MIT’s International Administration, Academic Registry. Location: J Block, South Campus

Campus locations and transport MIT is easily accessible. Students can choose between bus and train services or use their own private transport. Conveniently located near the Southern Motorway, students have easy access to the most direct route in and out of the Auckland region. MIT has plenty of free parking available on site and in surrounding streets.

Student visa application procedure

For a campus map see page 75.

Full details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available through Immigration New Zealand (INZ). Web: www.immigration.govt.nz Students must allow sufficient time for their local INZ office to process their application.

www.manukau.ac.nz/international • international@manukau.ac.nz • www.facebook.com/manukau.international

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Accommodation: finding a place to live It is important to find comfortable, friendly accommodation. MIT can accommodate students in the Student Village or homestay.

MIT Student Village Built in 1998, the village contains 14 selfcontained student houses. It is within walking distance of all MIT facilities, the recreation centre, swimming pool, gymnasium, sports facilities, shopping centre and public transport. Student Village living gives students the opportunity to adapt to tertiary life, establish friendships and socialise with other students from different backgrounds, all in a secure environment. Each house has nine single study bedrooms with a bed, wardrobe and computer workstation. Bedding is provided. Houses are fully furnished complete with television, telephone, wellequipped self-catering kitchen and two bathrooms. Parking is available. Students do not need transport to get to classes.

Student Village Applications Priority for Student Village accommodation is given to full–time students living outside the greater Auckland area. An application form is available from International Administration. Phone: +64 9 968 8060 Fax: +64 9 968 8731 Email: internationaladmin@manukau.ac.nz

Homestay MIT’s Homestay Service enables students to become part of a caring New Zealand

household or family. Some of the highlights of homestay are: • Students have their own room • Morning and evening meals are provided on weekdays, all meals are provided on weekends • To be part of a family, joining in outings and family gatherings • Help with learning English. All students and families are monitored to ensure they are compatible. An application form is available from International Administration. Phone: +64 9 968 8060 Fax: +64 9 968 8731 Email: internationaladmin@manukau.ac.nz

Virtual Tour Check out the Student Village virtual tour online at: www.manukau.ac.nz/student-services/student-village/vitual-tour

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Understanding qualifications Programmes and Courses A programme leads to a qualification and is usually made up of a number of courses. Credits A system of credits is used to show the approximate length of time it will take a student to meet the requirements of an individual course. This includes teaching, assessment, and personal study. One credit is about 10 hours of total learning time. For example, it will take a student about 200 hours to complete a 20 credit course. A year long, full–time programme of study is represented by 120 credits (about 1200 hours). Levels Each course is classified at a level between 1 and 10. These levels indicate the intellectual demand and complexity of skills required to successfully complete the course. Certificates of Achievement Certificates of Achievement have no more than 39 credits and can be at any level.

Degrees Bachelor degrees usually include courses at Levels 5 to 7. Some include Level 4 (maximum of 20 credits). Bachelor degrees usually take three years of full–time study (or part–time equivalent), and some can take four or five years. Bachelor degrees with honours usually take four-and-a-half years, are 480 credits or more, with a research component at Level 8.

Certificates Certificates are made up of courses at Levels 1 to 4. A certificate requires at least 40 credits (often more). If the certificate has a stated level, at least 40 credits must be at that level or higher. Some certificates provide a broad introduction to a range of skills in a particular subject. Certificates at Levels 3 and 4 are often needed for entry into trades, craft and service occupations. They also provide entry to diploma programmes.

Graduate Certificates Graduate certificates can be registered at Levels 6 or 7 and have a minimum of 60 credits from Levels 5 to 7. The level is defined from the top 40 credits. Graduate Diplomas Graduate diplomas have a minimum of 120 credits from Level 5 and above. At least 72 credits are at Level 7. Postgraduate Certificates

Diplomas Diplomas are made up of courses that total at least 120 credits. At least 72 credits are at Level 5 or higher. If the diploma has a stated level, at least 72 credits must be at that level or higher. The diploma will require at least one year of full–time study or two years part–time. Diplomas are often required for entry to advanced trade, technical and professional occupations.

Postgraduate certificates have a minimum of 40 credits at Level 8. Postgraduate Diplomas Postgraduate diplomas have a minimum of 120 credits from Level 7 and above. At least 72 credits are at Level 8.

Staircasing

Degrees

STEP 4 Diplomas Certificates English & Foundation programmes STEP 2

STEP 3

STEP 1

As an Institute of Technology we offer students a range of flexible programmes and levels. Students can enter MIT at various levels and progress to higher qualifications or employment.

Cross-credits Students may be eligible to gain crosscredits from previous tertiary study. Cross-credits may be given if the course descriptions for programmes students have already passed relate directly to the course descriptions for the programme students will study at MIT. Students can check course descriptions on MIT’s website. If students think they are eligible for cross-credits they will need to send: • Certified copies of academic records • Official prescription and learning outcomes for each course students wish to have cross-credited. Any application for cross-credits takes six to eight weeks to be assessed. Web: www.manukau.ac.nz

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Equivalent Qualifications

COUNTRY

DIPLOMA LEVEL PROGRAMMES

DEGREE LEVEL PROGRAMMES

New Zealand

Successful completion of Year 12 (NCEA Level 2) with minimum of 48 credits (approx)

Successful completion of Year 13 (NCEA Level 3) with minimum of 42 credits (approx) or International Baccalaureate score 24+ or Cambridge International Examination (CIE) 120 points on UCAS tariff

Australia Bangladesh

Successful completion of High School Certificate with appropriate passes Higher Secondary Certificate with 65% passes in all subjects

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study or three A Levels average or IB 25+

Brazil

Completion of High School (3rd year of Second Level)

Successful completion of one year tertiary study

Brunei

GCE O Levels in four subjects

GCE A Levels (two x C or equivalent; minimum two academic subjects)

Canada

Provincial High School Diploma

Chile

Licencia de Educaion Media

Successful completion of one year tertiary study

China

Senior Year 3 Certificate of Graduation with 65% average

Senior Year 3 Certificate of Graduation with 80% average

Denmark

Fiji

Senior High School (Studentereksamen) with an average grade of 8.0 on 11 pt scale or successful completion of Hojere Fortseredekseseksamen Fiji School Leaving Certificate with 60% average in four subjects

France

Successful completion of Baccalaureate

Germany

Mittlere Reife Realschulabschluss

Successful completion of Senior High School (Abitur)

Hong Kong

HK Certificate of Education (HKCEE)

GCE (three C passes) or HKALEA Levels

India

All India Senior School Certificate (10+2) or equivalent with passes of 55% in four academic subjects

All India Senior School Certificate (10+2) or equivalent with passes of 70% in four academic subjects

Indonesia

SMA3 with 60% average pass in four subjects

Successful completion of one year tertiary study or SMA3, average pass in four subjects 75%

Iran/Iraq

Successful completion of one year tertiary study at a recognised institution

Italy Japan

Successful completion of Diploma de Maturita Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate

Kenya

Successful completion of one year tertiary study Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education with a B+ average

Korea

High School Diploma

Senior High School or Upper Secondary School with average 80%

Malaysia

SPM or Chinese Unified Examination

STPM with three C passes in relevant subjects MICSS – at least six subjects with a score of B5 or better in at least five of these subjects (cannot include more than one language)

Mexico

Successful completion of a qualification equivalent to New Zealand Year 12 (6th Form) (NCEA Level 2)

Successful completion of one year tertiary study or a qualification equivalent to New Zealand Year 13 (NCEA Level 3)

Nepal

Proficiency Certificate with 65% grade average

Proficiency Certificate with a grade average of 80%

Netherlands

VWO-Gymnasium A or B; VWO Atheneum A or B

New Caledonia

Successful completion of Baccalaureate

Successful completion of Baccalaureate with a minimum grade of 24

Nigeria

Senior School Certificate with aggregate 22 in best six subjects

Successful completion of one year tertiary study

Successful completion of Year 12 (6th Form) with 55% average mark

Successful completion of Year 13 (7th Form) equivalent to New Zealand NCEA Level 3

Norway Pacific Islands

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Fiji Form seven with aggregate 320 in best four subjects

Successful completion of Videregaende Skole


COUNTRY

DIPLOMA LEVEL PROGRAMMES

DEGREE LEVEL PROGRAMMES

Pakistan

Higher Secondary School with 65% average

Successful completion of one year previous tertiary from a recognised institution

Papua New Guinea

Higher School Certificate with 55% grade average

Successful completion of one year tertiary study

Philippines

High School graduation with 80%

Successful completion of at least one year tertiary study

Russia

Certificate of Secondary Education or Certificate of Maturity

Successful completion of one year tertiary study

Samoa

Completion of High School with 55% grade average

Successful completion of one year tertiary study

Saudi Arabia

Tawjihiyah (General Secondary Education Certificate) with minimum 60% overall

Successful completion of one year tertiary study

Singapore

GCE O Levels in four subjects

GCE A Levels with passes in three subjects

Sri Lanka

GCE O Levels with four credit passes

Sri Lankan GCE A Levels with three passes in relevant subjects

South Africa Sweden

SA Senior Certificate or Matriculation Certificate with minimum of 55% average Student Examen; Avgangsvetyg Leaving Certificate

Slutbetyg

Taiwan

Senior High School leaving Certificate

Senior High School with B average (70%)

Thailand

Matayom 6 with grade point average of 2.4

Successful completion of one year tertiary study or Matayom 6 grade point average of 3.2

Tonga

Successful completion of Form 6 with 55% average marks

Successful completion of Form 7 (Year 13) NZ Bursary exam with 3 C passes

United Kingdom

GCSE with six passes

GCE A Levels with three passes

United States of America

High School Graduation Diploma

High School Diploma – SATV & SWATM (mini composite score 1250)

Vietnam

High School Diploma with 60% average in four subjects

Successful completion of one year tertiary study

Certificate Programmes

MIT English Language Requirements

Most certificate programmes require applicants to have completed Year 12 or equivalent of secondary school. Please contact International Marketing and Recruitment for further information on +64 9 968 8742 or international@manukau.ac.nz.

Most MIT diplomas and degrees require a minimum of IELTS 6.0 (Academic) or equivalent. Some diplomas and degrees require IELTS 6.5 (Academic) or equivalent – see programme for details. MIT certificates usually require a minimum of IELTS 5.5 (Academic) or equivalent.

English Language Equivalents IELTS (Academic) 6.5; no one score below 6.0: TOEFL 575 (230), TWE 4.5. Internet Based TOEFL 79+. MIT ELP 6.5. IELTS (Academic) 6.0; no one score below 5.5: TOEFL 550 (213), TWE 4.0. Internet Based TOEFL 79+. MIT ELP 6.0. IELTS (Academic) 5.5; TOEFL 525 (190), Internet Based TOEFL 71+.

NZ Academic Qualification Equivalents NZ NCEA Level 3 minimum 42 credits or International Baccalaureate 24+ or Cambridge international Examination (CIE) 120 points on UCAS tariff.

Please note: Some courses may stipulate higher entry requirements. Students who do not meet the stated requirements can be considered on an individual basis.

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Quick Programme Reference

STUDY AREA

English Language

Foundation Education

Accounting

Business Administration

Communication

Computing & Information Technology

Construction

Creative Arts

Engineering - Civil, Mechanical & Manufacturing

Engineering - Computer, Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

Engineering - Fabrication & Refrigeration

Engineering - Vehicle Technology

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2011 FEES

LEVEL

YEARS

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) II, III, IV

0.5

Feb, Apr, Jul, Oct

$6,696

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) IV

0.5

Feb & Jul

$6,696

18

English for Study Purposes (ESP)

0.5

Feb & Jul

$6,696

18

English for Further Study (EFS)

0.5

Feb & Jul

$6,696

18

Summer School

7 weeks

Dec

$2,604

18

Including Business, Communication, Computing and Information Technology, Early Childhood, Education, Engineering, Social Work Studies, Teacher Education (Early Childhood/Primary), Travel, Tourism and Preparation for University Study.

0.5-1.5

Feb & Jul

$6,350$7,620 Per semester

19

Certificate in Pre-Degree Studies (Engineering)

1

Feb

$18,000

19

Certificate in Tertiary Studies

0.5

Feb

$7,620

19

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

4

0.5

Feb & Aug

$8,130

20

Diploma in Business

5

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

20

New Zealand Diploma in Business

6

2

Feb & Aug

$16,260

21

Bachelor of Business (Accounting Major)

7

3

Feb & Aug

$16,260

21

Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting

7

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

22

National Certificate in Business Administration and Computing

3

0.5

Feb & Aug

$8,080

23

National Certificate in Business Administration

4

0.5

Feb & Aug

$8,080

23

Diploma in Business Administration

5

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

24

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

4

0.5

Feb & Aug

$8,130

20

Diploma in Business

5

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

20

Diploma in Communication Studies

5

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

25

Diploma in Integrated Marketing and Communications

6

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

25

Bachelor of Applied Communication

7

3

Feb & Aug

$16,260

26

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

4

0.5

Feb & Aug

$8,130

20

PROGRAMMES

INTAKES

($NZ)

PAGE

18

Diploma in Information and Communication Technology

5

1

Feb & Aug

$17,330

27

Diploma in Information Systems

6

1

Feb & Aug

$17,330

27

Bachelor of Information Systems

7

3

Feb & Aug

$17,330

28

Certificate in Entry to Carpentry

3

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,385

29

Certificate in Carpentry

4

1

Feb & Jul

$16,770

29

Certificate in Foundation Studies in Visual Arts

3

1

Feb

$15,240

30

Certificate in Jewellery Techniques

4

1

Feb

$19,020

30

Diploma in Jewellery Manufacture and Design

5

1

Feb

$19,020

31

Diploma in Advanced Jewellery

6

1

Feb

$19,020

31

Diploma in Visual Arts

5

1

Feb

$19,580

31

National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering

2

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,590

32

Diploma in Computer Integrated Manufacture

5

1

Feb & Jul

$18,000

32

NZ Diploma in Engineering (Civil)

6

2

Feb

$18,000

33

National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical or Mechanical Engineering Services)

6

2

Feb & Jul

$18,000

33

Foundation Education - Pre Degree Engineering

4

1

Feb

$18,000

19

Foundation Education

4

0.5

Feb & Jul

$7,620

19 35

Certificate in Electrical Engineering

2-4

0.5-1.5

Feb & Jul

$9,000

National Certificate in Electricity Supply (Electrical Fitter)

2

0.5

Feb & Jul

$9,460

35

Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering

6

2

Feb & Jul

$18,000

36

Bachelor of Engineering Technology

7

3

Feb & Jul

$18,000

36

Certificate in Fabrication Trades & Technology

3

1

Feb

$16,770

38

Certificate in Manual Metal Arc and Welding

3

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,385

38

National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering

2

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,590

32

Certificate in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

3

1

Feb

$16,770

39

Certificate in Automotive Technology

2

1

Feb

$16,770

40

Certificate in Automotive Electrical

2

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,385

40

Certificate in Automotive Electrical

3

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,385

41

Certificate in Light Automotive Technology

3

1

Feb

$16,770

41

Certificate in Heavy Automotive Technology

3

1

Feb

$16,770

41

Certificate in Motorsport

2

1

Feb

$16,770

42

Certificate in Motorsport

3

1

TBA

$16,770

42

Certificate in Vehicle Refinishing Technology

3

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,385

42

Certificate in Motorbody Technology

3

1

Feb

$16,770

43


LEVEL

YEARS

Certificate in Introductory Hairdressing

2

0.5

Feb & Jul

Certificate in Hairdressing Fundamentals

3

0.5

Feb & Jul

Certificate in Hairdressing

4

1

Feb

PROGRAMMES

STUDY AREA

Hair & Beauty

Horticulture, Floristry & Landscaping

Hospitality, Culinary & Baking

Management

Maritime & Boating

Marketing & Sales

Shipping, Freight & Logistics

Social Services

Sport & Recreation

Teacher Education

Tourism & Travel

INTAKES

Certificate in Beauty Consultancy

3

0.5

Feb

Certificate in Beauty Therapy

4

1

Feb

National Certificate in Floristry

4

1

Feb & Jul

Certificate in Horticulture

4

1

Feb & Jul

Certificate in Landscaping

4

1

Feb & Jul

Diploma in Horticulture

5

1

Feb & Jul

Certificate in Café and Restaurant Operations

3

19 weeks

Feb & Jul

Certificate in Hospitality Operations

3

1

Feb & Jul

Diploma in Hospitality Management

5

1

Feb & Jul

National Diploma in Hospitality Management. Awarded once the Certificate in Hospitality Operations and Diploma in Hospitality Management have been completed.

5

2011 FEES ($NZ)

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$7,820• $7,820•

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$15,640• $8,385•

45

$15,440• $16,260•

46

$16,260• $16,260•

47

$16,260• $9,255•

48

$17,330• $17,330•

44

45

47

48

49 49 50 50

$17,330• $8990•

50

51

Feb & Jul

$8,990• $17,330•

51

Feb & Aug

$8,130

20

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

53

5

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

20

New Zealand Diploma in Business

6

2

Feb & Aug

$16,260

53

Bachelor of Business

7

3

Feb & Aug

$16,260

54

Certificate in Seamanship

3

14 weeks

Feb

$6,300

55

National Certificate in Baking

3

1

Feb & Jul

National Certificate in Hospitality (Basic Cookery)

3

0.5

Feb & Jul

Certificate in Advanced Cookery

4

0.5

Feb & Jul

Diploma in Culinary Practice

5

1

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

4

0.5

NZIM Certificate in Management

4

Diploma in Business

51

Diploma in Nautical Science

5

3

Feb

$11,960

55

Diploma in Marine Engineering

6

3

Feb

$11,960

56

Masters Foreign Going (Mate & Master Foreign Going)

7

1

Ongoing

$11,960

56

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

4

0.5

Feb & Aug

$8,130

20

Diploma in Business

5

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

20

Diploma in Integrated Marketing Communications

6

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

57

New Zealand Diploma in Business

6

2

Feb & Aug

$16,260

57

Bachelor of Applied Communication

7

3

Feb & Aug

$16,260

26

Bachelor of Business (Marketing Major)

7

3

Feb & Aug

$16,260

58

MIT Graduate Diploma in Marketing

7

1

Feb & Aug

$16,260

58

Certificate in Logistics

4

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,385

60

Diploma in Shipping and Freight

5

1

Feb & Jul

$16,560

60

Diploma in Supply Chain Management

5

1

Feb & Jul

$16,560

61

Graduate Certificate in Shipping

6

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,385

61

Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management

6

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,385

62

National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support)

4

1

Feb & Jul

$16,260

63

National Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support)

6

1

Feb & Jul

$16,260

63

Certificate in Social Services

4

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,080

64

Bachelor of Applied Social Work

7

3

Feb & Jul

$16,260

64

Diploma in Counselling

6

2

Feb & Jul

$16,260

64

Certificate in Applied Sport & Recreation

4

1

Feb

$16,260

65

Diploma in Applied Sport & Recreation

5

1

Feb

$16,260

65

Certificate in Early Childhood Education

4

0.5

Feb & Jul

$8,130

67

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Teaching)

7

3

Feb & Jul

$16,770

67

University of Auckland Bachelor of Education (Teaching)

7

3

Feb & Jul

$22,200

68

National Certificate in Tourism (Core Skills)

3

0.5

Feb & Aug

$8,080

69

Certificate in Travel

3

0.5

Feb & Aug

$8,080

69

NZIM/ATTTO Diploma in Tourism Management

5

1.5

Feb & Aug

$16,260

70

Diploma in Pacific Rim Tourism

5

2

Feb

$16,260

70

New Zealand Diploma in Business

6

2

Feb & Aug

$16,260

71

*Pending approval •Additional Cost of up to NZ$1,000 for uniforms, knives, safety boots etc. 2011 Fees ($NZ), are the tuition fees for one year of study, unless other period is specified.

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ESOL Start Dates 2011 7 February 28 February 14 March 28 March 27 April 16 May 30 May 18 July 8 August 22 August 5 September 3 October 25 October 7 November 21 November 5 December

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We look forward to supporting your success by providing the knowledge, skills and qualifications that are valued all over the world. Apply now as spaces for 2011 are limited.

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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Hang (Jeffery) Fei STUDENT PROFILE

ESOL “I‘m originally from Shanghai, China. I have been studying at MIT for the past six months. I chose MIT as I can study English and then transfer to Faculty of Engineering and Trades and study electrical engineering. My long term goal is to graduate from MIT as an electrical engineer.”

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) II, III, IV

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL IV) • English for Study Purposes (ESP) • English for Further Study (EFS) •

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Study Method

Full-time

Start Dates

February, April, July, October

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Credits

60

Duration

One Semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Credits

60

IELTS

(EFS) English for Further Study 5.0, (ESP) English for Study Purposes 5.5

Fees

NZ$6,696 per semester

Fees

NZ$6,696 per semester

About the Programme The ESOL courses provide a firm grasp of English language skills, functions, structures and vocabulary, and will develop speaking and listening confidence, plus practice of reading and writing skills. Students also learn about living, studying and working in New Zealand and practise conversation and pronunciation in real-life situations. These programmes are also offered at MIT’s Newmarket location.

Further Training or Study English for Further Study (EFS) and English for Study Purposes (ESP) prepares students for further polytechnic or university level study.

About the Programmes These programmes are for more advanced students who plan to continue their study at polytechnic or university. Students continue to learn and practise general, advanced language skills and focus on developing the skills needed for academic and practical study courses. ESP and EFS cover study skills, notetaking from lectures, research, seminar presentation, writing essays and assignments, and examination techniques.

Further Training or Study After completing these programmes, students will have the language and study skills to study at diploma and degree levels.

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Foundation

Certificate in Foundation Education

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-socialsciences/school-of-foundation-studies

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One, two or three semesters

Further Training or Study

Applications

Close when programme is full

Further study in the engineering field

Start Dates

February and July

Credits

72

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no band less than 5.0) or equivalent. NZ$6,350 to NZ$7,620 per semester

About the Programme The Certificate in Foundation Education is a comprehensive bridging programme that aims to provide the academic skills needed for diploma or degree level study. The programme assists students by providing a grounding in course content, as well as developing study and management skills in a supportive environment that promotes independence and confidence. Each student’s programme is customised which allows them to study at a level suited to their needs and abilities.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-socialsciences/school-of-foundation-studies

Further Training or Study The Certificate in Foundation Education prepares students for further study in their interest area.

Certificate in Pre-Degree Studies (Engineering) (Level 4) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no band less than 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$18,000 per year

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$7,620 per semester

About the Programme This one-semester 60 credit programme prepares students for entry into degree-level study at MIT or other tertiary institutions. The course is very flexible and lets students choose four elective courses from many of MIT’s programmes as well as introductory courses in study skills and academic writing.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-socialsciences/school-of-foundation-studies

Career Opportunities Further study in chosen area.

Foundation

Fees

Certificate in Tertiary Degree Studies

About the Programme The Certificate in Pre-degree Studies (Engineering) is a 120 credit programme that prepares students for degree or diploma level study in engineering. It has been developed by MIT in collaboration with The University of Auckland. Learning, study and personal support is embedded in the programme to support the many diverse learning styles of students.

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Accounting Razia Ismail GRADUATE PROFILE

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (Accounting Major) Accountant, Business Like NZ Limited

“The programme covered everything I needed to know to work in the industry, and the real-life situations described in class made learning more fun and practical. The lecturers were great, very approachable and ready to lend a hand ‘rain or shine’. The lecturers used a lot of real life examples and there was lots of interaction in classes which not only promoted better learning but also stimulated personal growth.”

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

Further Training or Study

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Diploma in Business (Level 5)

Duration

One semester

Study Method

Full-time

Applications

Close when programme is full

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Start Dates

February and August

Duration

One year

Level

4

Applications

Close when programme is full

Credits

60

Start Dates

February and August

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Level

5

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Fees

Faculty of Business Level 5 programmes in computing and information technology, communication, and business.

NZ$8,130 per semester

About the Programme The Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business is a Level 4 programme which provides students with a pathway to higher level study in computing and information technology, communication and business.

The Diploma in Business is a Level 5 programme which takes one year of full-time study.

Graduates of the certificate will be well prepared to study at a higher level in programmes such as the Diploma in Information and Communications Technology, the Diploma in Communication Studies, and the Diploma in Business.

The diploma gives students practical and relevant business skills and knowledge, together with the study skills required to successfully complete the programme.

The certificate is suitable for school leavers and those wanting a career change, and gives a broad overview of contemporary organisations, and the specialist functions needed to make them work effectively.

Graduates of the diploma may choose to enrol for a further year of full-time study in the New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus). Alternatively, students can enrol in a relevant degree in the Faculty of Business and be eligible for crosscredits (60 credits).

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

This programme is also offered at MIT’s Queen Street Campus.

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About the Programme

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofaccounting-and-management/programmes


Accounting

Further Training or Study

Further Training or Study

The Diploma in Business satisfies the entry requirements for bachelor degrees offered by the Faculty of Business. Students commencing the diploma will select a pathway that leads to the Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Applied Communication or Bachelor of Information Systems. This maximises the crosscredits they gain towards their chosen degree.

Students who complete the programme will be eligible for cross-credit(s) towards the Bachelor of Business.

Career Opportunities Accounts administrator, assistant accountant, audit assistant, credit control clerk, senior accounts clerk and small business advisor.

Career Opportunities Graduates from this programme may gain entry-level business positions in a range of areas. These include accounting, communications, marketing, and organisational management.

Bachelor of Business (Accounting Major)

New Zealand Diploma in Business (Accounting specialisation)

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Degree

Duration

Three years

Study Method

Full-time

Applications

Close when programme is full

Qualification

New Zealand Diploma

Start Dates

February and August

Duration

Two years

Level

7

Applications

Close when programme is full

Credits

360

Start Dates

February and August

IELTS

Level

6

Credits

240

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme Graduates of the Diploma in Business can complete the New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus) with one further year of full-time study. All six courses (120 credits) in the Diploma in Business transfer into the NZDipBus. The NZDipBus offers specialisations in: • • • • •

Accounting Information Technology Management Marketing Tourism

or any combination of these specialisations. Students may also complete the NZDipBus without a specialisation. Accounting specialisation The accounting courses provide students with skills for the finance and accounting sectors of business and are recognised by the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) as fulfilling the academic requirements for membership as an accounting technician.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofaccounting-and-management/programmes

The Bachelor of Business (Accounting Major) places strong emphasis on applied learning, linking theory to workplace practice. A graduate has the ability to succeed in business having developed both generic and specific business skills grounded in an understanding of modern business practice. Accounting Major The Bachelor of Business (Accounting Major) is recognised by the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) as fulfilling the academic requirements for the College of Associate Chartered Accountants. The degree provides the pathway to membership of the NZICA. On completion of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting Major) and the Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting, graduates will have fulfilled the academic requirements towards becoming a chartered accountant.

Accounting

Fees

About the Programme

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofaccounting-and-management/programmes

Further Training or Study Postgraduate study, professional examinations for membership of NZICA.

Professional Recognition The Bachelor of Business (Accounting Major) is recognised by the NZICA.

Career Opportunities Positions such as a chartered accountant, financial controller, treasurer, or taxation specialist.

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Accounting

Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One to one and a half years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

7

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme The Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting is designed to allow students who have completed a bachelor degree to meet the academic requirements for membership to the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA). It is available for students intending to become chartered accountants who already have a bachelors degree in accounting or for those students who need to complete certain specified topics as detailed in an NZICA assessment.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofaccounting-and-management/programmes

Further Training or Study Master of Business Administration

Career Opportunities Member of the Associate Chartered Accountants College

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Business Administration

Heather Rowling GRADUATE PROFILE

National Certificate in Computing Level 3 “Studying at MIT helped me transition from high school to university study and gave me a great confidence boost. The MIT courses were different to other courses I looked at. It enabled me to work at my own pace and I could fit the classes around the work I was doing. I was also able to apply the skills I was learning in my job as an office worker at the time. The MIT environment was friendly and helpful and my assignments were returned promptly and gave me good feedback to continue to improve.”

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,080 per semester

About the Programme The National Certificate in Business Administration and Computing (Level 3) will prepare students for a variety of entry-level business administration positions. Students are trained within the award-winning Business Training Centre which incorporates the Ricoh Virtual Office concept.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments /business/school-of-businessservices/business-administration

Further Training or Study National Certificate in Business Administration (Level 4)

National Certificate in Business Administration (Level 4) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,080 per semester

About the Programme The National Certificate in Business Administration allows students to select a specialisation in:

Business Administration

National Certificate in Business Administration and Computing (Level 3)

• Financial Administration or • Medical Administration. These specialisations ensure students have an additional set of skills that helps them secure administrative positions in the financial arms of a business, or for those who choose medical administration, administrative positions in the health industry. Employment of students who complete the programme is high. Students are trained in the award-winning Business Training Centre, which incorporates the Ricoh Virtual Office concept. Those who meet specified criteria have an opportunity to undertake optional work experience. Students interested in further training or study should note that the certificate gives 40 credits towards the 120-credit Diploma in Business Administration (Level 5).

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Business Administration

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments /business/school-of-businessservices/business-administration

Further Training or Study Diploma in Business Administration (Level 5)

Diploma in Business Administration (Level 5) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme The Diploma in Business Administration provides the knowledge and skills required by administrators to operate effectively in senior administration and office management roles in today’s workplaces. It offers the opportunity for those already in the workforce in administration or office support roles to further develop their knowledge and skills and have their professional worth recognised with formal qualifications. It also provides a pathway from the National Certificate in Business Administration (Level 4), enabling graduates to fast-track their career as they gain workplace experience. Classes have an applied focus and use a variety of teaching methods. If students have completed a Level 4 business administration qualification, they may gain 40 credits (Level 4) towards electives. Successful completion of the diploma gives credit towards degree study within the faculty.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments /business/school-of-businessservices/business-administration

Further Training or Study Graduates can study towards MIT’s Bachelor of Applied Communication with credit, generic business degrees or specialised diplomas.

Career Opportunities Successful completion and relevant work experience will prepare students for positions such as administrators, administration team leaders, executive assistants, office administrators, office managers, personal assistants and project assistants.

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Communication

r rlei tntg HKerai st ht e nr RB oa w GRADUATE PROFILE

Bachelor of Applied Communication HR & Communications Advisor, Crackerjacks Ltd

“The Bachelor of Applied Communication offered by MIT is a fantastic, practically orientated course that truly sets you up for real-world jobs. As most employers are looking for graduates with some practical work experience I knew MIT would put me ahead of other institute graduates. If you want a practical, yet academically thorough qualification then MIT must be in your consideration set. The campuses have excellent facilities and the lecturers want you to succeed. I’m proud of the qualification I graduated with from MIT”.

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

Further Training or Study

Refer to page 20

Career Opportunities

Diploma in Business (Level 5) Refer to page 20

Diploma in Integrated Marketing Communications Bachelor of Applied Communication

Positions such as editorial assistants, liaison/marketing/ customer service officers and managers, journalists in local newspapers, public relations consultants, organisational communication assistants, research assistants, special event organisers, communication advisers, organisational writers and community advisers, public affairs officers.

Diploma in Communication Studies Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

5

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Diploma in Integrated Marketing Communications Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

6

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme The Diploma in Communication Studies is made up of courses from the Bachelor of Applied Communication. Students may gain a recognised qualification in one year or go on to complete the Bachelor of Applied Communication.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofcommunications-and-marketing/communication

Communication

Study Method

About the Programme The Diploma in Integrated Marketing Communications prepares students for a career in marketing communications. The qualification provides students with the knowledge and skills required for a marketing professional including advertising, public relations, promotion and sales.

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Communication

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Career Opportunities

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofcommunications-and-marketing/communication

Positions such as editorial assistants, journalists, public relations consultants, organisational communication assistants, research assistants, special event organisers, communication advisers, organisational writers, community advisers, public affairs officers and liaison/marketing/customer service officers and managers.

Further Training or Study Students who complete the programme will be eligible to staircase to the Bachelor of Business and the Bachelor of Applied Communication and/or the Graduate Diploma in Marketing.

Career Opportunities Marketing assistant or marketing communications roles.

Bachelor of Applied Communication Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Degree

Duration

Three years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

7

Credits

360

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme The Bachelor of Applied Communication prepares students for careers as communication specialists in organisations and business. The degree allows students to: 1. Design their own programme of study in communication by ‘mixing and matching’ courses to suit career options. 2. Pursue a specific career pathway, five are available: - Human Resources Communication - Knowledge Management and eCommunication - Marketing Communications - Organisational Communication - Public Relations and Event Management.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary. For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofcommunications-and-marketing/communication

Further Training or Study Successful students may apply to enter Graduate Diploma in Marketing or masters programmes at other institutes or the Southern Cross University MBA at MIT.

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Computing and Information Technology

t nl ai n Sg h a k y a HSeaamt hy ea rk RRoaw STUDENT PROFILE

Currently studying the Bachelor of Information Systems “I chose to study at MIT because of its great reputation and facilities. MIT offers a wide range of programme options with a strong focus on gaining a practical knowledge base. The best part of MIT is the friendly people. People from many countries study here which gives me the opportunity to learn from different cultures.”

Refer to page 20

5.5, may be provisionally accepted into the programme provided an ESOL course approved by the NDBC Programme Committee is completed in the first semester of study. Students enrolling with provisional acceptance may require more than two semesters to complete the programme. For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofcomputing-and-information-technology/qualifications

Diploma in Information and Communications Technology (Level 5)

Further Training or Study

Study Method

Full-time

Bachelor of Information Systems

Qualification

National Diploma

Career Opportunities

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Positions such as a trainee programmer, software support and sales specialist, helpdesk operator, service technician.

Start Dates

February and August

Level

5

Credits

126

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Diploma in Information Systems (Level 6) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

The Diploma in Information and Communications Technology is designed to prepare students to support the business uses of computers by giving them a strong grounding in the fundamentals of computing and information technology. This programme can produce graduates with a working knowledge of computing and information technology, who are useful and productive, adaptive to change and capable of specialisation.

Start Dates

February and August

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$17,330 per year

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

About the Programme

Applicants with a score of 6.0 or 5.5, with no band less than

The Diploma in Information Systems is designed for students who have a tertiary qualification in another field or work

Fees

NZ$17,330 per year

About the Programme

Computing and Information Technology

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

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Computing and Information Technology

experience in information systems and wish to gain a formal qualification or upgrade their skills. Students will specialise in one or two areas of information systems.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofcomputing-and-information-technology/qualifications

Further Training or Study Bachelor of Information Systems

Career Opportunities Specialist in chosen area.

Bachelor of Information Systems Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Degree

Duration

Three years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

7

Credits

360

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$17,330 per year

About the Programme The Bachelor of Information Systems has a vocational emphasis, preparing students for careers in management level computing and information technology. It provides students with the academic and applied foundation to become a professional in information systems, and includes an industrybased (capstone) project. Students study a range of computing and information technology subjects while specialising in an area of their choice.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/school-ofcomputing-and-information-technology/qualifications

Further Training or Study Successful students may apply to enter Masters programmes at other institutes.

Career Opportunities Positions such as a 3D animation developer, database administrator, eCommerce specialist, network support specialist, program/software developer, software support specialist, systems analyst/software engineer, technical writer, web developer.

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Construction

HMe ya rt oh ne rURl uo awkl ii on lga STUDENT PROFILE

Certificate in Carpentry Level 3 and 4 Builder, Mainline Construction

“The work we did in the Certificate in Carpentry Level 3 and 4 related directly to the work we would be doing in the industry. Since completing the programmes, I am now a step above other builders when applying for jobs. I thoroughly enjoyed the hands-on learning at MIT and I met all sorts of different people in my classes, most of them are now my good mates. MIT has its own library and great tutors who really know what they’re doing and are always willing to help. MIT is close to home and I was told it had a

Certificate in Entry to Carpentry

Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4)

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One semester

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Start Dates

February and July

Level

3

Level

4

Credits

120

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent

Fees

NZ$8,385 per year

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

About the Programme An initial programme for those who hope to enter the building industry.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ building-and-construction/programmes

Further Training or Study Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4)

Career Opportunities Students will be competent to enter the building industry and work on residential or commercial projects under supervision.

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great reputation.”

Additional Costs A suitable tool kit to meet the minimum requirements by having all the items on the MIT Tool List

About the Programme A programme for students studying towards a National Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4).

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ building-and-construction/programmes

Further Training or Study This carpentry programme at Level 4 leads to a National Certificate in Carpentry (Level 4) after all on-site training has been undertaken.

Career Opportunities Students will be competent to enter the building industry and work on residential or commercial projects under supervision.

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Creative Arts p el innegt a HFeaa’ at hf e ur RK oa w STUDENT PROFILE

Currently studying for a Certificate in Foundation Studies in Visual Arts “I heard about this programme from family members who live in the Manukau area. I decided to study with MIT because I wanted to extend my knowledge about art. I have learned a range of things in the programme from t-shirt print making to jewellery work as well as painting, photography, perspective drawing and life drawing. The best part about this programme is learning new things about art and meeting new people who have the same passion for art as you do. MIT has really helped me further my education with contextual studies and the tutors really helped me with my writing and in depth analysis of art.”

Certificate in Foundation Studies in Visual Arts (Level 3)

Certificate in Jewellery Techniques (level 4)

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Duration

One year

Applications

By 17 November. Late applications considered if places available

Applications

By 17 November. Late applications considered if places available

Start Dates

February

Start Dates

February

Level

3

Level

4

Credits

120

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$15,240 per year

Fees

NZ$19,020 per year

About the Programme

About the Programme

The programme has been developed as an alternative to the NCEA Level 3 art examination and is an introduction to tertiary education in the visual arts.

The Certificate in Jewellery Techniques covers the core skills required to become proficient in jewellery making.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

For all entry requirements, programme summary and portfolio guidelines go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/creativearts

For all entry requirements, programme summary and portfolio guidelines go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/creativearts

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Further Training or Study

Further Training or Study

Diploma in Jewellery Manufacture and Design

Certificate in Jewellery Techniques

Diploma in Visual Arts

Certificate in Digital Design (Graphics)

Apprenticeships or other degree level study

Certificate in Photography Diploma of Visual Arts or other degree level study

Career Opportunities While employment may be possible, further specialist training should be anticipated at this stage.

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Career Opportunities Employment in a jewellery field or further studies.


Creative Arts

About the Programme This programme is intended to help students develop skills and practice to a level that enables them to be sole practitioners in jewellery and have advanced industry skills.

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

For all entry requirements, programme summary and portfolio guidelines go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/creativearts

Applications

By 17 November. Late applications considered if places available

Further Training or Study

Start Dates

February

Level

5

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$19,020 per year

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Apprenticeships or other degree level study

Diploma in Visual Arts (level 5) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

By 17 November. Late applications considered if places available

Start Dates

February

Level

5

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$19,580 per year

About the Programme This programme is intended to provide students who have an established repertoire of jewellery metalworking techniques with an opportunity to develop stronger industry manufacture and design skills.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements, programme summary and portfolio guidelines go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/creativearts

Further Training or Study Diploma in Advanced Jewellery Practice

Diploma in Advanced Jewellery (Level 6) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

By 17 November. Late applications considered if places available

Start Dates

February

Level

6

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$19,020 per year

About the Programme A one-year diploma at Level 5 which provides opportunity to apply to enter higher level degree study.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements, programme summary and portfolio guidelines go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/creativearts

Further Training or Study Higher degree level study

Career Opportunities The Diploma in Visual Arts offers a potential pathway into higher entry to degree level study. Graduates can also apply for an entry-level position in an arts-related field.

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Creative Arts

Diploma in Jewellery Manufacture and Design (Level 5)

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Engineering Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing F el inngg HZehai t hZ eh ro nRgo w GRADUATE PROFILE

Diploma in Computer Integrated Manufacture CNC Programmer, Alert Engineering Ltd

“This programme gave me exactly what I needed to up skill from a General Machinist to a CNC Programmer and since completing this qualification I have been given a pay rise. MIT is the only place that supplies this kind of programme and the best part about it was the ample amount of practice time which is essential when going into the workforce. Highlights of this course include the great course schedule, excellent teachers and study environment.�

National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 2) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

18 weeks

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

2

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,590 per semester

About the Programme This programme is designed for those students who would like to staircase to higher levels of study in civil, mechanical and manufacturing engineering.

Career Opportunities After completing the Level 2 certificate, graduates should begin formal apprenticeships leading to careers as qualified tradespersons, machinists, machine setters, maintenance engineers, quality controllers, production planners, fore-persons, technical representatives, CNC programmers or CAD/CAM designers.

Diploma in Computer Integrated Manufacture Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

5

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$18,000 per year

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ mechanical-engineering-and-trades/programmes

Further Training or Study Diploma in Computer Integrated Manufacture (Level 5) National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Level 6)

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About the Programme This programme is for students wishing to update their traditional engineering skills in the latest manufacturing technologies. It concentrates on the application of modern technologies and the development of problem solving and design skills.


Engineering Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ mechanical-engineering-and-trades/programmes

Further Training or Study Where possible the Diploma in Computer Integrated Manufacture is aligned to National Certificate unit standards at NZQA Levels 4 and 5. The programme has been designed to provide significant credit towards the Level 5 National Certificate in Engineering Machining and Toolmaking. Successful completion of appropriate optional subjects may allow the completion of up to 80 out of the total 110 credits required for award of this National Certificate. It is expected that the balance of credits will be achieved in the workplace and assessed by a registered Workplace Assessor. The Diploma in Computer Integrated Manufacture may also contribute up to 53 of the required 110 credits for award of the Level 5 National Certificate in Maintenance and Diagnostics in Mechanical Engineering.

Career Opportunities Staff with up-to-date computer skills are required throughout the design and production process. Relevant positions include CAD/CAM operator, CAD/CAM technician and designer, CNC programmer and machine setter, machine and product designer, maintenance engineer, production planner, quality control manager, technical representative and toolmaker and plastics engineer.

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil)

Civil engineers are involved in a variety of projects – from planning roads and designing structures to constructing and maintaining bridges, railways and harbours. Students gain a solid grounding in a variety of civil engineering fields. Students will learn to apply civil engineering theory to practice and competently perform technical operations in a variety of construction practices.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ mechanical-engineering-and-trades/programmes

Further Training or Study Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil) Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering)

Career Opportunities Positions such as engineering technicians with building and construction companies, municipal and environmental authorities, mining companies, harbour boards and civil engineering consultancies. The type of work can involve design and construction of roads, bridges, tunnels, sewerage and water supply systems, hydro-electric power projects, river and harbour works, soil conservation and structural drawing.

National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Services) (Level 6) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

New Zealand Diploma

Duration

Two years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July (limited July entry)

Level

6

Close when programme is full

Credits

244

Start Dates

February

IELTS

Level

6

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Credits

240

Fees

NZ$18,000 per year

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

New Zealand Diploma

Duration

Two years full time (MIT offers Year One only. Students will complete Year Two at Unitec.)

Applications

Fees

NZ$18,000 per year

About the Programme The New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil) has been developed by a national consortium of tertiary providers, in conjunction with industry, to prepare technical graduates for a career in the diverse field of civil engineering.

Engineering Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

About the Programme The mechanical engineering industry is made up of a range of occupations that involve the design, production and service of machinery, equipment, tools and mechanical systems. This can cover anything from wind turbines and rockets, to cranes and baked bean cans. Holders of a National Diploma in Engineering are technical graduates who possess a broad understanding of engineering fundamentals. The diploma recognises the skills and knowledge needed where the application of analytical, design, industrial,

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laboratory, and/or fieldwork skills is required. These skills are used to carry out the procedures associated with technical investigations, and to process and report on the results of these investigations clearly and concisely. The emphasis is on a synergy between cognitive and practical skills. The qualification has been developed to meet international benchmarks for technicians.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ mechanical-engineering-and-trades/programmes

Further Training or Study Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

Career Opportunities The mechanical engineering industry covers an extensive group of occupations and industries. Careers include design engineers, engineering technicians, plant engineers and work managers with companies involved in the design and manufacture of machinery and domestic appliances, the maintenance and servicing of buildings and plant, fabrication and construction, as well as dairy and food companies, electricity generation and supply organisations, hospital boards, refineries and marine equipment suppliers. The analytical, problem solving and project management skills gained through mechanical engineering training can also be transferred to many other occupations and provide a great platform for careers in business, management and design.

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Tr i b h a v n i n d e r S i n g h B a d w a l GRADUATE STUDENT PROFILE

Currently studying the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) “I found out about MIT on the internet. It is one of the most highly reputed engineering institutes in New Zealand. I feel confident that when I graduate I will be entering the workforce with a recognised qualification from a high quality institution. I think MIT is a great place to be if you want to study engineering. The staff are helpful and encourage you to do your best. It is a safe and secure learning environment.”

Foundation Education - Pre Degree Engineering

Further Training or Study

Refer to page 19

Apprenticeships in the electrical trade. Graduates who complete appropriate work experience are eligible to apply for registration as an Electrician.

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One, two or three semesters

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

Level 2 – February and July Level 3 – July Level 4 – February

Credits IELTS

Fees

Career Opportunities

National Certificate in Electricity Supply (Level 2) (Electrical Fitter) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

60 each level

Level

2

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Credits

74

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$9,460 per semester

NZ$9,000 per semester

About the Programme The aim of the programme is to provide students with the skills and attitudes to work safely and professionally in the area of electrical fitting. Students may enter this programme following successful completion of the Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Level 2). The programme is designed to enable graduates to pathway into a career as an Electrical Fitter or staircase to higher learning.

Engineering Computer, Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Levels 2–4)

Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

About the Programme The aim of the programme is to provide students with the skills and attitudes to work safely and professionally in the area of electrical fitting. Students may enter this programme following successful completion of the Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Level 2). The programme is also designed to pathway into a career as an Electrical Fitter or staircase to higher learning.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades

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Further Training or Study

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Certificates in Electrical Engineering (Levels 3 – 4)

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades

National Certificate in Electricity Supply (Electrical) (Level 3) National Certificate in Electricity Supply (Line Mechanic) (Level 3) Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Level 6) National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Level 6)

Career Opportunities Graduates can look forward to career opportunities as an apprentice electrical fitter in the power supply industry. The role involves installing, maintaining and repairing electrical wiring and electrical equipment in power stations.

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Level 7) Bachelor of Engineering (Level 8)

Career Opportunities Positions such as a computer networking technician, electronics technician, electrical technician, mechatronics technician.

Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Degree

Duration

Three years

Study Method

Full-time

Applications

Close when programme is full

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Start Dates

February and July

Duration

Two years

Level

7

Applications

Close when programme is full

Credits

360

Start Dates

February and July

IELTS

Level

6

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Credits

240

Fees

NZ$18,000 per year

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$18,000 per year

About the Programme This programme is designed to encompass the requirements of the National Diploma in Engineering. This is the standard qualification for engineering technicians. The diploma has three specialisations: • Computer and Network Engineering • Electrical Engineering • Electronic Engineering. The Computer and Network Engineering specialisation prepares graduates for work such as computer hardware, software and network installation and maintenance, and leads to the internationally recognised CISCO qualification CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate). Students completing the Electrical Engineering specialisation are prepared to enter the workforce in power generation and distribution or factory automation. The Electronic Engineering specialisation graduate can be involved in a variety of work such as maintenance, production, prototyping and assisting with electronic design. For a complete course outline go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/ee This programme is also offered at Queen Street Campus.

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Further Training or Study

About the Programmes The Bachelor of Engineering Technology has been developed by six of New Zealand’s largest polytechnics. It is designed to provide students with both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to gain employment as an engineering technologist working in the electrical, civil or mechanical engineering fields. The Bachelor of Engineering Technology is bench marked against international and national engineering standards. It aims to prepare the graduate for entry to employment and to attain competence as a professional engineering technologist, as defined by the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ).

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades

Further Training or Study Bachelor of Engineering Postgraduate Diplomas Master of Applied Science

Professional Recognition Accreditation by IPENZ confirms the Bachelor of Engineering Technology meets international standards for first degrees for professional engineering technologists in South Africa, USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, Australia, and


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New Zealand. IPENZ accreditation also provides recognition for professional membership and registration/licensing purposes in those countries.

Career Opportunities Graduates of the Bachelor of Engineering Technology are internationally employable specialists in areas of engineering technology practice.

Potential Career Path Graduate Development Stage Enter initial employment and develop competence for independent practice under supervision.

Independent Practice Practice independently as a competent engineering technologist bench marked against the competence standard for registration. Progress to technical membership of IPENZ.

Team Leadership Take overall responsibility for leading the work of a team.

Technical Management Supervise the work of others who may have greater or wider competence.

General Management

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Involved in management at an organisational level and may no longer be directly involved with technical engineering technology activities.

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Engineering Fabrication Computer, Electrical, and Refrigeration Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics n nl i n g s HJeoast h ue ar RJ oe w GRADUATE PROFILE

Certificate in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (Level 3) Service Technician, Hastie NZ Ltd

“I learnt a variety of things whilst studying at MIT. I really like finding faults and fixing problems. I found the material I learnt in the programme, especially around fault fixing, to be beneficial in my job as a Service Technician. The teachers were friendly and easy to approach if I had a problem. Eventually, I would like to move into a supervisor role and have applied for the Diploma in Applied Engineering at MIT. “

Certificate in Fabrication Trades and Technology (Level 3)

Employment in general engineering industries or speciality areas of manufacture for heating and ventilation; processing equipment for food, wine, dairy or brewing industries; marine fabrication of tanks, spars, rails and fittings.

Study Method

Full-time (three days per week)

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

3

Study Method

Full-time (three days per week)

Credits

120

Qualification

MIT Certificate

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

NZ$16,770 per year

Fees

Certificate in Manual Metal Arc and Gas Metal Arc Welding (Level 3)

Level

3

About the Programme

Credits

60

This is an initial certificate programme for students wishing to become a fabricator (sheet metal worker), welder (boiler maker) or work in the heating and ventilation industries.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Fees

NZ$8,385 per semester

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ mechanical-engineering-and-trades/programmes

Further Training or Study Full-time training leading to a National Certificate in Light/Heavy Fabrication (Level 4) National Certificate in Welding or Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (Level 4) MIT Diploma or National Certificate (Level 5) National Diploma in Engineering

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Career Opportunities

About the Programme The Certificate in Manual Metal Arc and Gas Metal Arc Welding (Level 3) is an intermediate programme for anyone wishing to become a welder in the engineering trades.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ mechanical-engineering-and-trades/programmes


Engineering Fabrication and Refrigeration

Further Training or Study National Certificate in Welding (Level 4) MIT Diploma or National Certificate (Level 5) National Diploma in Engineering

Career Opportunities Employment in any industry that manufactures metal products or repairs and maintains plant and equipment, shutdown work, site works or fabricated products.

National Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (Level 2) Refer to page 32

Certificate in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (Level 3) Study Method

Full-time (three days per week)

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

34 weeks

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

3

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

About the Programme

Engineering Fabrication and Refrigeration

An initial programme for anyone wishing to become a Refrigeration Engineer.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ mechanical-engineering-and-trades/programmes

Further Training or Study National Certificate in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (Level 4) MIT Diploma or National Certificate (Level 5) National Diploma in Engineering

Career Opportunities Refrigeration engineers can be found in building service and maintenance, fishing, food processing, wineries, domestic, commercial and industrial applications, and shipping.

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Engineering Vehicle Computer, Technology Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics l koewr l i n g HSeaamt h W e ra R GRADUATE PROFILE

Qualification: Certificate in Automotive (Level 2) Apprentice, Hyde Automotive

“I’d always wanted to work in the automotive industry and so after having done a few tertiary visits when I was at high school I knew MIT was the right place for me to study. The Certificate in Automotive helped me get into the job I really wanted to do. The lecturers at MIT were really good at explaining things and I felt they really wanted us to succeed. I now have a job in a workshop and I’m taking night classes for my Certificate in Automotive Level 3.”

Certificate in Automotive Technology (Level 2)

Certificate in Automotive Electrical (Level 2)

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Duration

One Semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Start Dates

February and July

Level

2

Level

2

Credits

120

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

Fees

NZ$8,385 per semester

About the Programme

About the Programme

This programme is designed to give students the basic skills to enter the automotive industry.

This programme is designed to give students the basic skills to enter the automotive electrical industry.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

Further Training or Study

Further Training or Study

Certificate in Light Automotive Technology (Level 3)

Certificate in Automotive Electrical (Level 3)

Certificate in Heavy Automotive Technology (Level 3)

National Certificate in Automotive Electrical (Level 4) – Industry training

Career Opportunities Employment in the automotive industry as an automotive technician carrying out minor repairs under supervision.

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Engineering Vehicle Technology

Certificate in Automotive Electrical (Level 3)

About the Programme

Study Method

Full-time

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One Semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

3

Credits

66

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,385 per semester

This programme allows students to enter the automotive repair industry as a Technician.

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

Further Training or Study National Certificate in Automotive Engineering – Industry training

Career Opportunities

This programme is designed to prepare trainees to enter the workplace as reliable assistant technicians.

Certificate in Heavy Automotive Technology (Level 3) Study Method

Full-time

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Qualification

MIT Certificate

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

3

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

Further Training or Study Certificate in Light Automotive Technology (Level 3) National Certificate in Automotive Electrical (Level 4) – Industry training Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Career Opportunities A training agreement with the MITO. Opportunities in the automotive electrical industry and specialist areas of the automotive electronic industry such as satellite control of machine hydraulics and/or vehicle position control.

About the Programme This programme is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce as a technician.

Engineering Vehicle Technology

About the Programme

Employment in the automotive industry as an Automotive Technician, able to work without supervision.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Certificate in Light Automotive Technology (Level 3)

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

Study Method

Full-time

Further Training or Study

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

National Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Heavy Equipment) – Industry training

Applications

Close when programme is full

Career Opportunities

Start Dates

February

Level

3

Employment in the automotive (heavy) industry as a technician, able to work without supervision.

Credits

123

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

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Certificate in Motorsport (Level 2)

Certificate in Motorsport (Level 3)

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Start Dates

TBA

Level

2

Level

3

Credits

120

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

About the Programme

About the Programme

This programme is designed to introduce students to the world of managed motorsport events. As well as gaining the skills required to modify a vehicle for participation in motorsport, this certificate also provides students with the opportunity to move into other areas in the automotive engineering, automotive electrical, motor body and vehicle refinishing trades.

Contact the School of Automotive and Vehicle Technology for more information on this programme.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

Further Training or Study Certificate in Motorsport (Level 3) Certificate in Automotive Electrical (Level 3)

Career Opportunities Apprenticeships in automotive engineering, panelbeating, vehicle refinishing or automotive electrical.

Certificate in Vehicle Refinishing Technology (Level 3)

Certificate in Motor Body Technology (Level 3) Certificate in Vehicle Refinishing (Level 3) Certificate in Light Automotive Technology (Level 3) Certificate in Heavy Automotive Technology (Level 3)

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One Semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

3

Credits

123

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,385 per year

About the Programme This programme develops skills in preparing metal or plastic for spray-painting, using techniques such as minor filling, priming, colour coating, polishing and buffing.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

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Engineering Vehicle Technology

Further Training or Study National Certificate in Vehicle Refinishing Technology (Level 4) – Industry training

Career Opportunities Employment in the automotive refinishing industry.

Certificate in Motor Body Technology (Level 3) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

3

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

About the Programme This programme is designed for people wishing to enter the collision repair industry.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ automotive-and-vehicle-technology/programmes

Further Training or Study National Certificate in Motor Body Technology (Level 4) – Industry training

Engineering Vehicle Technology

Career Opportunities Apprenticeships in the panelbeating industry.

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Hair and Beauty Ken Chou GRADUATE PROFILE

Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 4) “I love learning how to do the different hairstyles, how to communicate with clients and spending time with my tutors and classmates on practical days. We have a lot of fun. After I graduate, I would like to get experience working in a salon and hopefully even open my own salon in the future.�

Certificate in Introductory Hairdressing (Level 2)

Certificate in Hairdressing Fundamentals (Level 3)

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One semester

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Start Dates

February and July

Level

2

Level

3

Credits

60

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$7,820 per semester

Fees

NZ$7,820 per semester

Additional Cost NZ$1,000

Additional Cost NZ$1,000

About the Programme

About the Programme

This programme provides elementary skills for people who wish to begin their training as a junior hairdresser.

This programme uses the Pivot Point training system and graduates are competent in performing fundamental hairdressing functions.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: w3.manukau.ac.nz/departments/HairAndBeauty/programmes.php

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: w3.manukau.ac.nz/departments/HairAndBeauty/programmes.php

Further Training or Study Certificate in Hairdressing Fundamentals (Level 3)

Additional Qualifications Successful students may gain the City & Guilds International Certificate in Hairdressing and the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support).

Further Training or Study Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 4)

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Hair and Beauty

Certificate in Hairdressing (Level 4) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

4

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

Certificate in Beauty Consultancy (Level 3) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

3

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,385 per semester

NZ$15,640 per year

Additional Cost NZ$1,000 About the Programme This programme is suitable for graduates of the Certificate in Hairdressing Fundamentals (Level 3) who wish to broaden their skill and knowledge base towards becoming confident and competent intermediate operators. Using the Pivot Point training system, courses cover the requirements for the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Hairdressing Practice strand) plus components towards the City & Guilds International Diploma in Hairdressing.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: w3.manukau.ac.nz/departments/HairAndBeauty/programmes.php

Additional Qualifications

Additional Cost NZ$500 About the Programme This practical-based programme teaches the knowledge and skills to perform basic cosmetic services such as make-up application, nail treatments, lash extensions, skin care treatments and hair finishing techniques.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: w3.manukau.ac.nz/departments/HairAndBeauty/programmes.php

Additional Qualifications Successful students may gain the City and Guilds Certificate in Beauty Therapy (additional theory exam must be passed).

Successful students may gain the City & Guilds Diploma in Hairdressing.

Further Training or Study

Further Training or Study

Certificate in Introductory Hairdressing (Level 2)

Certificate in Beauty Therapy (Level 4)

To gain the National Certificate in Hairdressing, two final units (plus any outstanding optional unit standards) have to be achieved when students are employed in industry.

Hair and Beauty

Career Opportunities Careers may include work in salons, on cruise liners, as company technicians, in salon management or ownership, as artistic team demonstrators, trainers or tutors, or in television, stage or screen work.

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Engineering Hair and Beauty Computer, Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

Certificate in Beauty Therapy Study Method

Full-time

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: w3.manukau.ac.nz/departments/HairAndBeauty/programmes.php

Qualification

National Certificate

Additional Qualifications

Duration

One year

City & Guilds Certificate in Beauty Therapy

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

4

This will be awarded upon successful completion of all the required components within the first semester of the Certificate in Beauty Therapy, plus a one hour written examination.

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$15,440 per year

Additional Cost NZ$1,000 About the Programme This comprehensive programme provides students with the knowledge, skills and attributes required to work successfully as qualified beauty therapists.

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Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy This will be awarded upon successful completion of all the required components at the end of the Certificate in Beauty Therapy, plus a one and a half hour written examination.

Career Opportunities Careers may include work in salons, clinics, health spas, cruise liners; as sales representatives for cosmetic or beauty companies in New Zealand or overseas; lecturing in beauty therapy; beauty therapy clinic owner/operator.


Horticulture, Floristry and Landscaping

Ve r a Ya k z h i k GRADUATE PROFILE

MIT Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4) “I’ve loved studying at MIT because of the fantastic facilities and really helpful staff. I have had great support in finding a job and I now work for recreational services looking after parks. I am really happy with my choice to study horticulture at MIT.”

National Certificate in Floristry (Level 4) with an optional strand in Advanced Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

4

Credits

210

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Students who already hold the National Certificate in Floristry (Level 4) will be able to staircase into the Advanced strand of this programme. Applicants who have worked at the level of an intermediate or senior florist for a period of 5 years will be considered for entry into the Advanced option with evidence of a portfolio and work referee.

Further Training or Study Advanced National Certificate in Floristry (Level 4)

Career Opportunities

NZ$16,260 per year

Graduates will be able to enter the industry as an intermediate florist.

Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4) Study Method

Full-time (three days a week)

Qualification

MIT Certificate

About the Programme

Duration

One year

This national qualification is designed for students who are interested in a career in floristry, or are already working in the floristry industry and wish to obtain a formal qualification.

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

4

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no one score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Additional Cost NZ$100

Graduates of the programme will achieve a National Certificate in Floristry (Level 2) and National Certificate in Floristry (Level 4). The programme is delivered at Floramax, Mount Wellington, which is the auction centre of the floristry industry.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ horticulture-and-landscaping

Horticulture, Floristry and Landscaping

Fees

Entry for National Certificate in Floristry (Level 4) Advanced

Additional Cost NZ$500

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Horticulture, Floristry and Landscaping

About the Programme

Further Training or Study

This practical programme offers a variety of modules/courses for students interested in a career in horticulture.

Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4)

This programme is offered at both the MIT Manukau campus and MIT’s Unitec location in Mt Albert.

Advanced National Certificate in Landscaping (Level 4)

Diploma in Horticulture (Level 5)

Career Opportunities Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ horticulture-and-landscaping

On completion of this programme students will be able to enter the landscape industry and have skills in landscape construction, design and maintenance. Students will also have the skills to enter other sectors of the horticultural industry.

Additional Qualification National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 2)

Diploma in Horticulture (Level 5)

National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4)

Study Method

Full-time (two days a week)

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Ongoing

Start Dates

February and July

Career Opportunities

Level

5

Horticultural positions in nursery production and plant propagation, amenity parks and reserves, conservation, glasshouse production, cut flower production, nursery retailing, garden maintenance, greenkeeping, indoor plant hire, landscape maintenance, and New Zealand native bush re-vegetation.

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no one score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Further Training or Study Certificate in Landscaping (Level 4) Advanced National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4) Diploma in Horticulture (Level 5)

Certificate in Landscaping (Level 4)

Additional Cost NZ$500 About the Programme

Study Method

Full-time (three days a week)

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

4

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Additional Cost NZ$500 About the Programme This comprehensive and practical programme provides students with a thorough grounding in the basics of hard and soft landscaping, focusing on landscape design, construction and maintenance. It includes field trips, work experience and on-site practical projects. Successful students will also gain the National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4).

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ horticulture-and-landscaping

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This flexible programme is recommended for graduates of the Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4). Students will develop a broad range of horticultural management skills. They will also have the option of choosing papers from the Lincoln University Diploma in Horticulture Management.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/engineering-and-trades/ horticulture-and-landscaping

Further Training or Study MIT offers four papers from the Lincoln University Diploma in Horticulture Management (Level 6). This will be studied one day per week at MIT throughout the academic year. Success in these papers will enable students to gain cross-credits into horticulture degree programmes at Lincoln and Massey Universities.

Career Opportunities Positions such as production supervisors and managers in specific horticultural business, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries quarantine officer, parks officer, glasshouse manager, nursery manager, turf manager, garden centre manager and vegetable production manager.


Hospitality, Culinary and Baking

Sharandeep Singh Sokhal STUDENT PROFILE

Currently studying the Diploma in Hospitality Management “I chose MIT because it has better equipment and facilities than other institutes of technology. Everything is provided on campus and ready for students to practice. The teachers are friendly and I have enjoyed making friends from different cultures. When I graduate I hope to get an opportunity to work in some of New Zealand’s major hotels during the busy time of the Rugby World Cup.”

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

19 weeks

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

3

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$9,255 per semester

Additional Cost NZ$1,000 About the Programme This programme provides students with the introductory industry knowledge and practical skills needed to gain a variety of entry-level positions in restaurants, cafes and bars.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/consumer-services/school-ofculinary-and-hospitality-studies/programmes2

Further Training or Study

Certificate in Hospitality Operations Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

3

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$17,330 per year

Additional Cost NZ$1,000

Hospitality, Culinary and Baking

Certificate in Cafe and Restaurant Operations

About the Programme This programme provides an introduction to the hospitality industry. It is practical and theory-based, and prepares students for further study. Successful students can enter a fast growing and exciting industry which offers excellent career opportunities. Students will develop skills and knowledge in a variety of areas, such as kitchen, restaurant, bar, and accommodation operations.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/consumer-services/school-ofculinary-and-hospitality-studies/programmes2

MIT Certificate in Hospitality Operations (Level 3)

Further Training or Study

MIT Certificate in Cookery (Level 3)

This programme is the first year of the National Diploma in Hospitality Management and leads into the MIT Diploma in Hospitality Management.

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Hospitality, Culinary and Baking

Diploma in Hospitality Management Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

5

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

National Certificate in Baking (Level 3) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

3

Credits

140

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$17,330 per year

NZ$17,330 per year

Additional Cost NZ$1,000 About the Programme This programme aims to develop in students the ability to perform management and operational functions required at a supervisory level. It focuses on developing supervisory skills, and knowledge of hospitality-specific and generic management.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/consumer-services/school-ofculinary-and-hospitality-studies/programmes2

Further Training or Study This programme could lead on to degree studies in hospitality management and/or the New Zealand Diploma in Business. Successful students gain 90 credits towards the AUT Bachelor of International Hospitality Management (BIHM).

Additional Cost NZ$1,000 About the Programme The diversity of bakery products available today means that skilled bakers are in great demand in all sectors of the industry. This programme includes practical and theoretical sessions on a wide range of subjects. Some Unit Standards included in the National Certificate in Baking (Craft Baking) (Level 4) are assessed during the programme.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/consumer-services/school-ofbaking-and-patisserie

Further Training or Study Baking Apprenticeship Programme

Career Opportunities

Diploma in Patisserie

Successful completion and relevant work experience will prepare students for positions such as concierge and guest services representative, conference and event manager, duty manager, front of house supervisor and food and beverage manager.

Culinary programmes

National Diploma in Hospitality Management

Career Opportunities

Students who successfully complete the MIT Certificate in Hospitality Operations and the MIT Diploma in Hospitality Management can also gain the National Diploma in Hospitality Management.

The National Certificate in Baking (Level 3) will allow new bakers to pursue a career in all aspects of the baking industry from a hot bread shop to a cruise ship. Local bakery, restaurant, hotels and catering companies are the ideal starting points for a new career in baking.

The National Diploma in Hospitality Management is designed to recognise graduates in the hospitality industry who have demonstrated competence in a range of operational hospitality skills in the areas of food and beverage service, accommodation service, and kitchen production. Holders of this qualification have demonstrated knowledge in management methods and processes specific to the hospitality industry including those required for commercial accommodation, food and beverage, facility utilisation, control systems, supply chain and human resources. They have also demonstrated knowledge of generic business methods, processes and principles required for accounting, marketing, and business communication.

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Professional Recognition National Certificate in Baking (Level 3)

Further work opportunities include cake decorating specialists, in-store baking, confectioners’ boutiques and artisan baking.


Hospitality, Culinary and Baking

National Certificate in Hospitality (Basic Cookery) (Level 3)

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/consumer-services/school-ofculinary-and-hospitality-studies/programmes2

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

One Semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

3

Credits

75

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

National Certificate in Hospitality (Professional Cookery) (Level 4)

NZ$8,990 per semester

There are excellent career opportunities, both full and part-time for qualified staff in hotels, kitchens, restaurants, fast food outlets, delicatessens, clubs and commercial catering. For higher level positions, we recommend students continue their study in the MIT Diploma in Culinary Practice.

Credits towards the National Certificate in Hospitality (Professional Cookery) (Level 4)

Further Training or Study MIT Diploma in Culinary Practice City & Guilds Diploma in Food Preparation and Cooking (Culinary Arts) (706 532)

Additional Cost NZ$1,000 About the Programme This programme provides an introduction to the basic practical and theoretical aspects of food preparation and service in the hospitality industry.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/ departments/consumer-services/school-of-culinary-and-hospitalitystudies/programmes2

Further Training or Study Certificate in Advanced Cookery (Level 4)

Certificate in Advanced Cookery (Level 4)

Career Opportunities

Diploma in Culinary Practice Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

5

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent. NZ $17,330 per year

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Fees

Duration

20 weeks

Additional Cost NZ $1,000

Applications

Close when programme is full

About the Programme

Start Dates

February and July

Level

4

Credits

72

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

This is the second-year cookery programme for students wishing to complete their chef training. It will prepare students for employment in the hospitality industry as a frontline worker with supervisory responsibilities, and provide the necessary knowledge to progress to kitchen management positions.

Fees

NZ$8,990 per semester

Additional Cost NZ$1,000 About the Programme This programme provides an advanced level of knowledge of the practical and theoretical aspects of food preparation and service in the hospitality industry. The programme will include some evening classes.

Hospitality, Culinary and Baking

Fees

Additional Qualifications

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/consumer-services/school-ofculinary-and-hospitality-studies/programmes2

National Qualification This programme includes the remaining credits towards the National Certificate in Hospitality (Professional Cookery) (Level 4). The other unit standards for this qualification are contained within the MIT Certificate in Hospitality (Basic Cookery) (Level 3) and the MIT Certificate in Advanced Cookery (Level 4).

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Engineering Culinary Hospitality, Computer,and Electrical, BakingElectronic, Networking & Mechatronics

Additional Qualifications Successful students of this programme are able to obtain the City & Guilds Diploma in Food Preparation and Cooking (Culinary Arts) - optional.

Further Training or Study Graduates of the programme can go on to further training or studies which can lead to hospitality industry management diplomas and degrees.

Career Opportunities Graduates of the programme will be able to demonstrate professional practice standards to meet industry requirements. This qualification will prepare students for positions as chefs able to work at supervisory level within the catering industry (restaurants, cafĂŠs, commercial catering and hotels).

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Management

Donna-Marie Attewell GRADUATE PROFILE

Bachelor of Business majoring in Management and Human Resources Customer Services, Westpac

“The Bachelor of Business at MIT was different to other institutes’ business programmes because it offered different paths depending on the major you selected. You also got to cross paths with other students who were majoring in other areas so it was good to see their perspectives. The programme had great variety and touched on different aspects that I had never been exposed to before, such as business economics and accounting.“

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Diploma in Business Refer to page 20

NZIM Certificate in Management

New Zealand Diploma in Business (Management specialisation)

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

NZIM Certificate

Qualification

New Zealand Diploma

Duration

One year

Duration

Two years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Start Dates

February and August

Level

4

Level

6

Credits

80

Credits

240

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme

About the Programme

New Zealand Institute of Management (NZIM) Certificate in Management is suitable for those in current employment who are seeking to move into management trainee/supervisory positions.

Graduates of the Diploma in Business can complete the New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus) with one further year of full-time study. For advice on your eligibility to enter the programme directly you should consult the programme leader.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

All six courses (120 credits) in the Diploma in Business transfer into the NZDipBus.

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/management/ programmes2

Further Training or Study Graduates can continue onto further NZIM programmes, or the New Zealand Diploma in Business.

Management

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

The NZDipBus offers specialisations in: • • • •

Accounting Management Marketing Tourism

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Management

or any combination of these specialisations. Students may also complete the NZDipBus without a specialisation.

Further Training or Study

Management Specialisation

Career Opportunities

The Management specialisation in the NZDipBus is designed for those who are seeking a managerial role and wider career opportunities in organisations.

Further Training or Study Students who complete the programme will be eligible for credit towards the Bachelor of Business.

Career Opportunities Positions in administration, employment relations, human resources and recruitment.

Bachelor of Business Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Degree

Duration

Three years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

7

Credits

360

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme The Bachelor of Business (BBus) places strong emphasis on applied learning, linking theory to workplace practice. A graduate has the ability to succeed in business having developed both generic and specific business skills grounded in an understanding of modern business practice. The BBus has flexibility which allows students to: 1. Pursue a specific career pathway by choosing a management specialisation. The following specialisations are available: – Human Resource Management – Project Management. 2. Design their own programme of study in management to meet individual career requirements. Students may also include courses in accounting and marketing in their management degree programme.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/management/ programmes2

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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Positions in human resource management, training and development, and safety and health. A wide range of junior management positions in New Zealand and overseas organisations.


Maritime and Boating

GRADUATE PROFILE

Blair Skilton Diploma in Nautical Science (Second Mate Foreign Going Certificate of Competence) Carnival UK – based in the Mediterranean, 3rd Officer

“I have seen a number of Maritime Training Schools since I have been overseas and the New Zealand Maritime School is certainly one of the best around. The teachers are world-class and extremely knowledgeable. I spend a considerable amount of time overseas and love the diversity of cultures and places we see. My aim is to go back to the New Zealand Maritime School and study for a Master Foreign Going and eventually

Certificate in Seamanship

Diploma in Nautical Science

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

14 weeks

Duration

Three years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Start Dates

February

Level

3

Level

5

Credits

60

Credits

300

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$6,300 per programme

Fees

NZ$11,960 per year

About the Programme

About the Programme

The Certificate in Seamanship forms part of the first year of the Diploma in Nautical Science. Some courses form part of the Diploma in Marine Engineering.

The Diploma in Nautical Science is an internationally recognised qualification that can lead to well-paid positions in a foreign-going career with international shipping companies. The programme aims to develop in students the skills and ability to accept positions of leadership and high responsibility immediately after graduation. Successful students will, on completion of required seatime, also gain the internationally recognised Second Mate Foreign-Going Certificate of Competency (Maritime New Zealand).

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

Further Training or Study Students are expected to continue on to the Diploma in Nautical Science or the Diploma in Marine Engineering.

Career Opportunities Rating or deck officer trainee positions on foreign-going ships.

Maritime and Boating

an MBA.”

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

Further Training or Study After completing mandatory seatime, graduates can proceed to the Mate Foreign-Going and Masters Foreign-Going Certificates of Competency.

Career Opportunities Navigation officer positions on foreign-going ships.

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Maritime and Boating

Diploma in Marine Engineering

to command a foreign-going ship or to fill other managerial positions ashore.

Study Method

Full-time

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

Three years

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

Applications

Close when programme is full

Credit Accumulation

Start Dates

February

Level

6

Credits

360

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Applications for credit transfer, cross-credit and recognition of prior learning shall only be considered by Maritime New Zealand. MIT has no authority to approve or conduct such processes. In general, the model adopted by MNZ has been to require applicants for credit accumulation to take and pass all normal assessments.

Fees

NZ$11,960 per year

About the Programme The Diploma in Marine Engineering is an internationally recognised qualification that can lead to well-paid positions in a foreign-going career with international shipping companies.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

Further Training or Study Following another period of qualifying sea service, the candidate will be able to complete further study in order to obtain the Marine Engineer Class 2 and subsequently the Marine Engineer Class 1 certificates. These certificates will allow holders to serve as a second or chief engineering officer on any ship.

Career Opportunities Marine Engineering Officer on foreign going ships.

Masters Foreign Going - Class 1 & 2 (Mate/Master Foreign Going) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

Maritime New Zealand Certificates of Competency

Duration

One year

Applications

Ongoing (modular)

Level

7

Credits

124

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$11,960 per year

About the Programme The Masters Foreign-Going Class 1 and 2 is an advanced training programme. It provides specialist knowledge, plus analytical and problem-solving skills necessary to allow progression

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Applicants will be accepted in order of application.

Further Training or Study Meets the entry requirements for many postgraduate programmes in the shipping industry.

Career Opportunities Graduates are able to become senior officers and masters on foreign-going ships of any type and tonnage, including the largest cruise ships, Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs) and other specialist ships. Graduates may also take up managerial shorebased positions.


Marketing and Sales

Junior Mulipola GRADUATE PROFILE

Graduate Diploma in Marketing Marketer and Graphic Designer, Frosted Glass By Design.

“I chose the Graduate Diploma in Marketing at MIT because of its’ location, flexible timetables and small class sizes which provide a better learning environment. In this programme I have learnt how to form marketing strategies, from research right through to generating ideas and implementing them. I have also learnt how to manage different aspects of the wider business such as branding, international marketing, e-commerce and social media. I also learnt current marketing theories and concepts and how to apply these in today’s businesses.”

Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/marketing-and-sales/ programmes2

Refer to page 20 Further Training or Study

Diploma in Business

Bachelor of Business

Refer to page 20

Graduate Diploma in Marketing (with relevant work experience)

Career Opportunities Marketing assistant or marketing communications roles.

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

New Zealand Diploma in Business (Marketing Specialisation)

Duration

One year

Study Method

Full-time

Applications

Close when programme is full

Qualification

New Zealand Diploma

Start Dates

February and August

Duration

Two years

Level

6

Applications

Close when programme is full

Credits

120

Start Dates

February and August

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Level

6

Credits

240

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme This programme prepares students for a career in marketing communications. The qualification provides students with the knowledge and skills required for a marketing professional including advertising, public relations, promotion and sales.

Marketing and Sales

Diploma in Integrated Marketing Communications

Bachelor of Applied Communication

About the Programme Graduates of the Diploma in Business can complete the New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus) with one further year of full-time study.

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Engineeringand Marketing Computer, Sales Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

All six courses (120 credits) in the Diploma in Business transfer into the NZDipBus. The NZDipBus offers specialisations in: • • • •

Accounting Management Marketing Tourism

or any combination of these specialisations. Students may also complete the NZDipBus without a specialisation.

About the Programme The Bachelor of Business (Marketing Major) places strong emphasis on applied learning, linking theory to workplace practice. A graduate has the ability to succeed in business having developed both generic and specific business skills grounded in an understanding of modern business practice.

Marketing Major

A study of marketing forms the basis of a strong business qualification. Most large organisations employ marketing managers, have marketing departments, and seek employees with marketing knowledge and skills.

The Bachelor of Business (Marketing Major) focuses on the practical application of marketing theory, experiential learning, and projects with actual clients such as Genesis. Genesis is a student-run marketing and advertising consultancy where students work on a variety of projects in the areas of branding, advertising, marketing planning and marketing research.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/marketing-and-sales/ programmes2

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/marketing-and-sales/ programmes2

Further Training or Study

Further Training or Study

Diploma in Integrated Marketing Communications

This degree provides a sound base for advanced study in either a professional or educational setting.

Marketing Specialisation

Students who complete the programme will be eligible for credit towards the Bachelor of Business.

Graduate Diploma in Marketing

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Positions such as an assistant brand manager, assistant marketing manager, assistant product manager, market research executive or marketing assistant.

Positions in marketing management, brand management, marketing research, sales management, direct marketing, advertising, product management or business development.

Bachelor of Applied Communications

Graduate Diploma in Marketing

Refer to page 26

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Graduate Diploma

Bachelor of Business (Marketing Major)

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Study Method

Full-time

Level

7

Qualification

MIT Degree

Credits

120

Duration

3 years full-time

IELTS

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Level

7

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Credits

360

About the Programme

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Brands succeed when people know them, like them and buy them. Brands require effective marketing, and the Graduate Diploma in Marketing provides students with the practical and conceptual skills to achieve this. This one-year programme is designed for degree graduates and people with relevant industry experience seeking a formal qualification, or a change in career to work in marketing. A workplace project is a key part of the programme.

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Marketing and Sales

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business-marketing(graduatediploma-in-marketing

Further Training or Study Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Career Opportunities

Marketing and Sales

Positions in advertising, brand management, marketing management or product management.

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Shipping, Freight and Logistics Z u r e e n Ta h i r GRADUATE PROFILE

Diploma in Supply Chain Management Cost Controller, Quadrant Pacific Limited

“I knew I wanted a job in the shipping industry and the Maritime School pointed me in the right direction. I recently completed my Supply Chain Management Diploma and I now have a specialised job as a cost controller in the logistics departments of a shipping company. The location of the Maritime School is fantastic, right on the waterfront. We could see practical examples of learning every day at the working port outside. This gave me a much better understanding than simply learning from a book. The location is also very helpful to international students as it is right in the city and very easy to get to and from.�

Certificate in Logistics (Level 4)

Successful graduates are able to find employment in any sector of the transport, distribution or logistics industry such as importers, exporters, freight forwarders, road transport operators, container depots, warehouse operators and logistics providers.

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

4

Credits

60

Study Method

Full-time

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

NZ$8,385 per semester

Start Dates

February and July

About the Programme

Level

5

This programme teaches students the foundation knowledge required for a responsible level of employment in this important and growing industry sector.

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,560 per year

Fees

Field trips and industry site visits are incorporated into the calendar to add to the practical, hands-on nature of the programme. Sufficient theory is included to enable students to understand the concept of logistics. Assessment is by a variety of case studies and tests requiring the students to develop sound time management and study skills.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

Further Training or Study Diploma in Supply Chain Management Diploma in Shipping and Freight Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management

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Career Opportunities

Diploma in Shipping and Freight

About the Programme The Diploma in Shipping and Freight and the Diploma in Supply Chain Management are the only dedicated full-time programmes of study available in New Zealand that specifically prepare students for employment in the shipping, freight and logistics industries. These programmes teach students the foundation knowledge required for employment in this important and fast growing industry sector. Field trips and site visits are incorporated into the calendar to add to the practical hands-on nature of the programme. Sufficient theory is included to enable students to produce output at supervisory level, depending on prior experience and to then build with further training to management-level roles.


Shipping, Freight and Logistics

Classes are held Monday to Friday and the programme runs for two semesters. Students wishing to take the Diploma in Shipping and Freight programme have a choice of studying either at the MIT Manukau campus or the New Zealand Maritime School city campus. Assessment is by a variety of assignments and examinations requiring the students to develop sound time management and study skills.

Classes are held Monday to Friday and the programme runs for two semesters. This programme is delivered at the New Zealand maritime school city campus. Assessment is by a variety of assignments and examinations requiring the students to develop sound time management and study skills. These are sought-after qualifications supported by industry.

This is a sought-after qualification supported by industry.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

Further Training or Study Diploma in Shipping and Freight

Further Training or Study Diploma in Supply Chain Management

Graduate Certificate in Shipping Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management

Graduate Certificate in Shipping Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Positions in import/export, air freight, freight forwarding, general transport, manufacturing, inventory control or distribution.

Graduate Certificate in Shipping

Diploma in Supply Chain Management

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Graduate Certificate

Duration

One semester

Study Method

Full-time

Applications

Close when programme is full

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Start Dates

February and July

Duration

One year

Level

6

Applications

Close when programme is full

Credits

120

Start Dates

February and July

IELTS

Level

5

Credits

120

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,385 per semester

Fees

NZ $16,560 per year

About the Programme The Diploma in Shipping and Freight and the Diploma in Supply Chain Management are the only dedicated full time programmes of study available in New Zealand that specifically prepare students for employment in the shipping, freight and logistics industries. These programmes teach students the foundation knowledge required for a responsible level of employment in this important and fast growing industry sector. Field trips and site visits are incorporated into the calendar to add to the practical hands-on nature of the programme. Sufficient theory is included to enable students to produce output at supervisory level, depending on prior experience and to then build with further training to management level roles.

Shipping, Freight and Logistics

Positions in port agency, import/export, shipping, air freight, freight forwarding, customs agency or general transport.

About the Programme The programme is designed for those employed in, or interested in, the shipping industry or its related sectors, such as import or export companies involved in significant shipping activity. The programme addresses the needs of people currently working in the industry, wishing to enhance their industry skills and knowledge with a view to further developing their career along a management path. The programme is suitable for those currently in “middle” management as well as those aspiring to enter a management level of responsibility in the future. A graduate from this programme will be able to competently carry out the tasks required in intermediate and management positions within the shipping industry. They will be able to establish systems, research and develop solutions to problems within their responsibility, and develop and evaluate strategies for optimising efficiency within their operation.

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Engineering Shipping, Freight Computer, and Logistics Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.maritime.ac.nz/courses.htm

Further Training or Study

Further Training or Study

Bachelor of Business

Bachelor of Business

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

This programme assists graduates to develop a career in commercial shipping, chartering, sea freight, port agency and marine claims.

This programme assists graduates to develop careers in freight, logistics, forwarding and customs broking, manufacturing, inventory control and distribution.

Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Graduate Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

6

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,385 per semester

About the Programme This programme is designed for those involved in, or interested in, the freight forwarding or logistics provider industry. The Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management addresses the needs of people currently working in the industry, wishing to enhance their industry skills and knowledge with a view to further developing their career along a management path. The programme is suitable for those currently in “middle� management as well as those aspiring to enter a management level of responsibility in the future. A graduate from this programme will be able to competently carry out the tasks required in intermediate and management positions within the freight and logistics industries. They will be able to establish systems, research and develop solutions to problems within their responsibility, and develop and evaluate strategies for optimising efficiency within their operation.

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Social Sciences

Ling Jia Ma STUDENT PROFILE

Currently studying the Bachelor of Applied Social Work “I did the Certificate in Social Services in the second semester of 2010 and thoroughly enjoyed it. This programme was very practical and I learned a lot from working with my classmates in great team work activities. The lecturers were very helpful and gave me a lot of support.”

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

4

Credits

122

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.0 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme This is the first level qualification for mental health support workers in community mental health agencies.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-social-sciences

Further Training or Study National Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 6)

National Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 6) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Diploma

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

6

Credits

187

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme

Social Sciences

National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 4)

This programme follows on from the National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Worker) and has been developed as a result of an ongoing national initiative to meet the professional development needs of workers in the mental health service industry. It has been designed to enable participants to further develop and build on existing knowledge, depth and breadth of skill, and provides a staircase for those students who currently hold the National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 4) which is required as the base-line qualification for mental health employees.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-social-sciences

Career Opportunities Positions in mental health and human service agencies.

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Social Sciences

Certificate in Social Services (Level 4) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One Semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Level

4

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,080 per semester

About the Programme

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-social-sciences

Further Training or Study Successful students may apply to enter graduate and masters programmes at other institutes.

Career Opportunities Graduates of this programme are able to practise social work and community work competently from their own cultural contexts with families and their communities. Employment in social and community work organisations such as Child Youth and Family Service, community corrections, health, and community agencies, and within communities, wha- nau, hapu- and iwi.

Diploma in Counselling (Level 6)

The Certificate in Social Services is for people who want to gain a level 4 qualification which may be a prerequisite for further study.

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

Two years

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

6

Credits

240

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 with no score below 6.0 or equivalent.

Bachelor of Applied Social Work

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Study Method

Full-time

About the Programme

Qualification

MIT Degree

Duration

Three years

Applications

Close when programme is full

The Diploma in Counselling consists of training at MIT and an off-site internship, which includes placement in a counselling agency and supervision. Students can choose to specialise in general counselling or counselling for children and young people.

Start Dates

February and July

Level

7

Credits

360

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.5) or equivalent.

For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-social-sciences

Further Training or Study Bachelor of Applied Social Work

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme Social Workers provide professional assistance to people who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. They work with individuals, families, groups and communities in a wide range of settings. Their work contributes to stronger and more caring communities. The Bachelor of Applied Social Work will give students the knowledge and skills to work with and empower a diverse range of communities, with a focus on Maori, European, Pacific Islanders and new immigrants to New Zealand.

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Entry Requirements and Programme Summary

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-social-sciences

Career Opportunities Graduates of the diploma are qualified to counsel in a range of agencies in the community and in schools.


Sport and Recreation

Shantelle Ekermans GRADUATE PROFILE

Diploma in Sport and Recreation Self Employed. Contracted to Les Mills and also offers mobile training. Personal Trainer

“I have always been involved in sport and wanted to do what I always loved, so I enrolled in the diploma at MIT. It’s great doing something which you enjoy, especially when it doesn’t even feel like a job. The business aspect of the diploma has really helped me in my own business. I loved the diversity of courses

Certificate in Applied Sport and Recreation

Diploma in Applied Sport and Recreation (Level 5)

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

One year

Duration

One year

Applications

Close when programme is full

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Start Dates

February

Level

4

Level

5

Credits

120

Credits

120

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no score below 5.0) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no score below 6.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme

About the Programme

This certificate is taught through applied theory and practice. It covers a range of areas within the sport, recreation, fitness and leisure industries. Students develop an understanding of generic recreation and sport concepts and have the opportunity to learn and apply these concepts in the practical arena. The focus is on delivering sport, fitness and recreation concepts in school, community and outdoor environments.

The diploma has an applied theory and practical approach which covers a range of areas within the sport, recreation, fitness and leisure industries. Students develop an understanding of specific sport and recreation concepts, and learn to apply these concepts in the practical arena. The focus of the programme is on the ability to deliver sport, recreation and fitness concepts in schools, the community and outdoor environments.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-sport

Further Training or Study Diploma in Applied Sport and Recreation (Level 5)

Sport and Recreation

taught and the range of skills I learned.”

Students have the opportunity to teach, coach or facilitate in a range of practical settings enabling them to gain a wider understanding of the sport, recreation and fitness industry.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-sport

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Engineering Sport and Recreation Computer, Electrical, Electronic, Networking & Mechatronics

Further Training or Study Degree-level tertiary training Diploma graduates receive 120 unspecified credits towards the UNITEC Bachelor of Sport (Coaching Management). Diploma graduates receive 120 credits towards the AUT Bachelor of Sport and Recreation.

Career Opportunities Positions such as an aquatic centre employee, coaching coordinator, event manager, local authority recreation centre facilitator, outdoor recreation facilitator and supervisor, personal trainer, primary school physical activity coordinator, recreation programmer, regional development officer, secondary school sports coordinator, sport administrator, sport development officer, sport-specific coach or small business entrepreneur.

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Teacher Education

Seetal Shivani Chand GRADUATE PROFILE

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Teaching) Teacher - KINZ East Tamaki

“I enjoyed the hands on experience of working in a child care centre as part of my degree. It allowed me to gain a better understanding of the theory and link it to practice. MIT gave me the confidence and ability

Certificate in Early Childhood Education (Level 4)

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Teaching)

Study Method

Full-time

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Qualification

MIT Degree

Duration

One semester

Duration

Three years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and July

Start Dates

February and July (depending on demand)

Level

4

Level

7

Credits

60

Credits

360

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.5 (with no band less than 6.0) or equivalent.

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 7.0 (with no score below 7.0) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,130 per semester

Fees

NZ$16,770 per year

About the Programme

About the Programme

The Certificate in Early Childhood Education is ideal for students who wish to begin training toward a career in early childhood education. It may also be appropriate for any students who have been working in an early childhood setting and would like to formalise their experience with this qualification.

The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Teaching) is a full-time, centre-based programme. Integrating theory and practice relevant to early childhood teaching, students work with children on a weekly basis to develop their teaching capabilities and their understanding of the complexity of the role of an Early Childhood Teacher.

The programme teaches students introductory skills and knowledge across the key elements of early childhood education. The programme includes a centre-based workplace experience component where students work in an early childhood centre for a minimum of four hours per week over a 12 week period.

Teacher Education

to be successful.”

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-education/early-childhood-education Sustained Practicum Requirements

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/education-and-social-sciences/ school-of-education/early-childhood-education

Further Training or Study

All applicants, by the beginning of the programme, must provide a signed MIT contract that they will be in paid or voluntary work with children, for a minimum of eight hours per week, on two consecutive days a week, for 12 weeks per semester, in a licensed early childhood centre, to meet the sustained practicum requirements.

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Teaching)

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Teacher Education

Note: Assistance will be given with the process of finding a voluntary placement for a student who is not in paid or voluntary employment in an early childhood centre.

Further Training or Study Graduates of this programme may apply for entry into postgraduate diploma and masters degree level programmes.

Career Opportunities Early childhood teaching, management and/or ownership of early childhood centres, lecturers in early childhood education.

University of Auckland Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

University of Auckland Degree

Duration

Three years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

7

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 7.0 with no score below 6.5 or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$22,200 per year

About the Programme This degree is a University of Auckland at Manukau programme. It is aimed at those wishing to teach in primary and intermediate school settings, with successful completion leading to registration as a teacher. This programme is also offered at The University of Auckland, Faculty of Education’s Epsom campus with the following specialisations: Primary, Early Childhood Education and Huarahi Ma- ori.

Entry Requirements Have met the University Entrance standard. Please refer to: www.nzvcc.ac.nz for details or Special admission - for students over the age of 20 years and Have demonstrated the potential to meet the New Zealand Teachers Council criteria for provisional registration. Referees reports are required. Applicants must also consent to a Police check. Suitable applicants will be offered an interview and final selection will be dependent on the outcome of this.

Career Opportunities Primary or intermediate teaching positions.

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Tourism and Travel

C l a i r e Ta s k e r GRADUATE PROFILE

National Certificate in Tourism Certificate in Travel Travel Consultant, House of Travel

“These programmes were a great way to gain the skills and confidence I needed to get a position the House of Travel. I learnt the exact system that I use now which has helped me transfer from a student to a professional. The lecturers at MIT were very easy to approach for advice and they concentrated on helping students succeed and be the best they could be. Their industry knowledge helped develop my learning and prepare me for the real-world.”

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

National Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

3

Credits

55

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 (with no individual score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,080 per semester

About the Programme This one-semester National Certificate gets students started on a career path in tourism and travel. It provides students with the generic communication and customer service skills that they will require in order to attain frontline positions in the tourism industry. The programme also provides students with staircasing opportunities to other programmes offered in the Faculty of Business.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/tourism/programmes

Further Training or Study National Certificate in Travel (Level 3)

Career Opportunities While graduates of this programme gain opportunities for entry-level front line tourism positions, it is recommended they consider enhancing their career opportunities by enrolling in one of the staircase programmes.

Certificate in Travel Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Certificate

Duration

One semester

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

3

Credits

60

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 5.5 with no individual score below 5.5 or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$8,080 per semester

Tourism and Travel

National Certificate in Tourism (Core Skills) (Level 3)

About the Programme Open the door to an exciting career in the travel industry. The Certificate in Travel is for those students who wish to work in the travel industry in careers such as travel agents, wholesale consultants, airline or airport employees. This programme provides the interpersonal, sales, and up-to-date technology skills required in today’s travel and airline workplaces. The Certificate in Travel builds on the courses in the National Certificate in Tourism (Core Skills) and focuses on those specific skills required for travel workplaces such as the retail or wholesale and airline industries. The programme is delivered in an integrated and applied manner to develop the essential multi-skilling capabilities required by the travel industry.

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On successful completion of the programme, students will gain the National Certificate in Travel (Level 3) and the opportunity to staircase to further qualifications at Diploma and other levels.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/tourism/programmes

Further Training or Study

in Tourism Management. Degree-level study is a further option available to graduates.

Career Opportunities After gaining relevant experience in the workforce, successful graduates are prepared for middle management positions in various sectors of the tourism industry including transport operations, hotels, wholesalers, tour operations and attraction operations.

NZIM/ATTTO Diploma in Tourism Management

Career Opportunities Entry-level positions within the retail or wholesale travel industry and the airline industry.

NZIM/ATTTO Diploma in Tourism Management

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

MIT Diploma

Duration

Two years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February

Level

5

Credits

240

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no individual score below 5.5) or equivalent. NZ$16,260 per year

Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

New Zealand Diploma

Duration

One and a half years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

5

Credits

160

Fees

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 with no score below 5.5 or equivalent.

About the Programme

Fees

NZ$16,260

About the Programme The NZIM/ATTTO Diploma in Tourism Management comprises theoretical and skills-based courses, plus a practicum. The compulsory courses are taken from the New Zealand Diploma in Business and the skills-based component is taken from the New Zealand National Qualifications Framework. The programme provides graduates with important managerial skills required within the New Zealand tourism and travel industry including transport operations, hotels, wholesalers, and tour and attraction operations. Students who successfully complete the programme will be required to register with the New Zealand Institute of Management (NZIM) and pay the necessary fees in order to receive their qualification. As a guide, the NZIM fee for 2010 for the completed programme was $240.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/tourism/ programmes2/nzimattto-diploma-in-tourism-management

Further Training or Study Graduates may complete the New Zealand Diploma in Business or the NZIM Diploma in Management. Students may complete these qualifications before completing the NZIM/ATTTO Diploma

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Diploma in Pacific Rim Tourism (Level 5)

The Diploma in Pacific Rim Tourism is a unique integrated qualification embedded with information technology, business, marketing, management, culture, travel, tourism, and events. The programme offers practical industry training as part of the learning process, which can enhance the opportunities for employment. A wide range of career opportunities are available for graduates within the tourism industry, regional government agencies, and through partnerships with international organisations.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/tourism/programmes

Further Training or Study Students will be able to continue on to degree programmes upon completion of the diploma, with an opportunity to further study at international universities.

Career Opportunities Successful completion and the embedded work experience will prepare students for positions within the tourism and travel industry such as tourism administration team leaders, travel agents. It will also prepare students for positions in areas such as wholesale inbound tour operations, visitor information centres, tourism offices and boards, marae based tourism operations, marketing and events management and international employment within the tourism industry.


Tourism and Travel

New Zealand Diploma in Business (Tourism specialisation) Study Method

Full-time

Qualification

New Zealand Diploma

Duration

Two years

Applications

Close when programme is full

Start Dates

February and August

Level

6

Credits

240

IELTS

Overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 (with no individual score below 5.5) or equivalent.

Fees

NZ$16,260 per year

About the Programme Graduates of the Diploma in Business can complete the New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus) with one further year of full-time study. For advice on your eligibility to enter the programme directly you should consult the programme leader. All six courses (120 credits) in the Diploma in Business transfer into the NZDipBus. The NZDipBus offers specialisations in: • • • •

Accounting Management Marketing Tourism

or any combination of these specialisations. Students may also complete the NZDipBus without a specialisation.

Tourism Specialisation

Tourism and Travel

This programme is appropriate for those who require a management-directed qualification and aspire to a career in the tourism industry. The Diploma offers the potential for a wide range of career opportunities both in and out of tourism. The NZDipBus may be studied in conjunction with the NZIM/ATTTO Diploma in Tourism Management.

Entry Requirements and Programme Summary For all entry requirements and programme summary go to: www.manukau.ac.nz/departments/business/tourism/programmes

Further Training or Study Students who complete the programme will be eligible for credit towards the Bachelor of Business.

Career Opportunities New Zealand Diploma in Business graduates have found employment in various sectors of the tourism industry including hotels, wholesale and attraction operations.

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Policies Accident Insurance The Accident Compensation Corporation provides accident insurance for all New Zealand citizens, residents and temporary visitors to New Zealand, but you may still be liable for all other medical and related costs. Further information can be viewed on the ACC website. Web: www.acc.co.nz Eligibility for Health Services Most international students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand. If you receive medical treatment during your visit, you may be liable for the full costs of that treatment. Full details on entitlements to publicly funded health services are available through the Ministry of Health, and can be viewed on their website. Web: www.moh.govt.nz Medical and Travel Insurance

Policies

International students must have medical and travel insurance while studying in New Zealand. MIT has its own insurance policy. A full copy of the MIT UNI-care policy can be viewed on the MIT website. Web: www.manukau.ac.nz/insurance If you choose to purchase insurance through an alternative provider, please contact Academic Registry, International Administration, to confirm this meets minimum requirements. This should be completed before you are enrolled. All international students who have not confirmed insurance prior to enrolment will automatically be insured under MIT UNI-care. Academic Registry, International Administration Phone: +64 9 968-8060 Email: internationaladmin@manukau.ac.nz

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Withdrawal or Transfers of International Students If you wish to withdraw or transfer to another course, you must complete the International Student Withdrawal or Transfer Application Form. These forms are available from Academic Registry, International Administration. Academic Registry, International Administration Phone: +64 9 968-8060 Email: internationaladmin@manukau.ac.nz For a full copy of MIT policies, procedures and statutes you will find these on the MIT website. Web: www.manukau.ac.nz/policies Immigration Full details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available through Immigration New Zealand and can be viewed on their website. Web: www.immigration.govt.nz


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International Student Programme Application Form For Academic and/or English Language Programme If you are applying to study programmes within Education, Creative Arts, or Social Services, please contact International Marketing and Recruitment to obtain an alternative application form. Phone +64 9 968 8742 | Email international.application@manukau.ac.nz | Web www.manukau.ac.nz/international If you are a New Zealand Citizen (including the Cook Islands, Tokelau or Niue), a New Zealand Permanent Resident, or an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident, please contact the information Centre on 0800 62 62 52

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PROGRAMME

Please print clearly in pen using BLOCK LETTERS. Please complete all sections of this form. Name of Programme 1. Name of Programme 2. Expected start date

Semester One (February)

Semester Two (July)

(TICK ONE)

PERSONAL DETAILS

Legal family name Legal first given name Legal second given name If you are not commonly called by your legal name(s), what do you prefer to be called? Preferred family name Preferred first name Miss

Mrs

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Ms Male

Mr

Dr

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Date of Birth DAY

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MONTH

YEAR

What Citizenship do you have? Passport Number: What is your first language? Permanent/home address Unit/Flat/Apartment number Street address - number and name Suburb Phone

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Town/city

Country

Cellphone

Postcode

Email address Education Agent Name and Branch Address for mailing if different from above (i.e. Education Agent or relative) Street address - number and name Suburb Phone

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Town/city

Country

Cellphone

Postcode

Email address (i.e. Education Agent)

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SUBJECTS TAKEN | LEVELS

QUALIFICATIONS AND GRADES GAINED (ATTACH CERTIFIED COPY)

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Do you have any disability that may affect your study?

Yes

No

If yes, please indicate what the disability is that applies to you.

MIT is not funded by the New Zealand Government to support international students with disabilities. A student’s disability will be assessed against the needs of the programme. Applications may be declined where the disability will impact on the student’s ability to succeed in that programme. Any assessment or support required for a disability while studying at MIT will have to be arranged and paid for by the student.

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English language proficiency – complete this section if English is not your first language IELTS score ______________

TOEFL score ______________

Accommodation – If you require homestay or hostel accommodation please indicate (see page 10 for more details)

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Homestay

7

Student Village (hostel)

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

You need to send certified copies of the following documentation to support your application. Tick each completed item.

To get certified copies of your documents: Take two photocopies of your documents along with the originals to one of the following: - Education Agent

Education results (successful or not)

- The Information Centre, Manukau Institute of Technology

Birth certificate or passport

- Notary public - Member of parliament

IELTS results

- Barrister or solicitor of the High Court - Registrar or deputy registrar of the courts.

(Do not send original documents – certified copies only) Have you stated the name of the programme applied for? (See

Please ensure you read, sign and date the declaration.

) Tick here

DECLARATION

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I hereby declare that the information and attached documentation provided by me in this application is true and correct. I acknowledge that Manukau Institute of Technology can cancel my application if false or incomplete information has been provided. I understand that the purpose of gathering this information is to allow Manukau Institute of Technology to carry out the functions required of it under the Education Act 1989, and its obligations under other enactments and in accordance with the Privacy Act 1993. I authorise Manukau Institute of Technology to disclose this information to the agencies outlined in the information on the Privacy Act available in the MIT Library and Student Services Centres.

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DILWORTH CENTRE

CAMPUS SECURITY

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SO U TH CAMPUS A

NORTH CAMPUS

FACULTY OF NURSING & HEALTH STUDIES

FACULTY OF CONSUMER SERVICES

– Administration B

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Finance Human Resources Marketing, PR & Communications

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Copy Print Centre Pasifika Development Office

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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

Manukau Centre for Mechtronics

Distance Learning (ITO) Fabrication, Welding, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (Full-time programmes) School of Mechanical Engineering & Trades Short Courses (CAM, CNC) E

Administration for:

Modern Apprenticeships School of Automotive & Vehicle Technology School of Electrical Engineering & Trades Short Courses

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

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Cafeteria Staff Services

Manukau Centre of Mechatronics Q

Fabrication, Refrigeration & Welding

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Academic Registry – Academic Records – International Administration – Student Finance Career Centre Cashiers Information Centre International Marketing & Recruitment Learning Technology Centre Main Reception Schools and Community Liaison Staff STAR & Gateway Office Student Life – Disabilities Co-ordinator – International Student Support – Ma¯ori & Pasifika Student Support Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL)

Kauma¯tua, Kuia, Nga¯ Kete Wa¯nanga Marae, Te Tari Ma¯tauranga Ma¯ori Office ND FACULTY OF EDUCATION & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Administration for:

Adult Literacy Education Education & Social Sciences School of Sport & Recreation NE

Children’s Education Centre

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Student Common Room Student Experience Student Services

NG

Grounds Staff

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

School of Horticulture & Landscaping

School of Building & Construction S

Health & Counselling Centre Learning Support Centre Library

Poly-Emp Employment & Advisory Services NJ

Academic Development Centre Bennetts Bookshop Cafeteria

NQ FACULTY OF BUSINESS

Communications & Marketing FreeB Computing (Room - NQ122) The University of Auckland at Manukau NR FACULTY OF BUSINESS

Accounting & Management Computing & Information Technology Southern Cross University Postgraduate Programmes NS FACULTY OF BUSINESS

Business Administration NT DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER SERVICES

Administration for:

School of Beauty School of Culinary & Hospitality The Palm Room Restaurant FACULTY OF BUSINESS

NH FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

Manufacturing Technology

Administration for:

FACULTY OF EDUCATION & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Employment Programmes – Administration Photography Studio

Information, Communications & Technology Services (ICTS) Legal & Contracts

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(except CAM, CNC & Split Systems, see D and NJ)

Automotive, Maintenance & Reliability Centre, Motor Body Repair F

DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER SERVICES

Baking & Patisserie – Administration

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

Administration for:

NB

ESOL, IELTS Testing Centre

School of Foundation Studies

NP

Chief Executive’s Office Leadership Team

FACULTY OF EDUCATION & SOCIAL SCIENCES

FACULTY OF EDUCATION & SOCIAL SCIENCES

– Administration

NA DILWORTH CENTRE

School of Hairdressing

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

Communications & Marketing Tourism & Travel RICOH Centre NU STUDENT VILLAGE

Health & Counselling Centre

Administration for:

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Campus Security Facilities Management

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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TRADES

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FACULTY OF CREATIVE ARTS

Mechanical & Civil Engineering Manukau School of Visual Arts School of Creative Writing School of Performing Arts ARONUI

Visual Arts Exhibition Building OTARA LEISURE CENTRE FACULTY OF EDUCATION & SOCIAL SCIENCES

School of Building & Construction School of Horticulture & Landscaping School of Plumbing & Gasfitting Short Courses - Split Systems NK SCHOOL OF SECONDARY-TERTIARY STUDIES NO FACULTY OF BUSINESS

Administration for:

Accounting & Management Business Administration Communications & Marketing Computing Information & Technology Tourism & Travel Cafe Espresso Short Courses - Business & Computing Student Study Hall

School of Sport

Information Centre, Gate 1, Newbury Street, Otara, Manukau, Auckland 0800 62 62 52 www.manukau.ac.nz info@manukau.ac.nz

OTHER LOCATIONS AUCKLAND CITY CLASSROOMS

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY RELATIONS

246 Queen Street, Auckland

Level 1, Colliers House, 52 Highbrook Drive, Highbrook Business Park, East Tamaki, Manukau

FLORISTRY

MOTORSPORT

Floramax Flower Auction House, 3 Monahan Road, Mt Wellington

159A & C Manukau Road, Pukekohe

277 NEWMARKET CAMPUS

NEW ZEALAND MARITIME SCHOOL

PLUMBING & GASFITTING

Level 4, 277 Broadway, Newmarket

Level 3, 2 Commerce Street, Auckland

9B Mahunga Drive, Mangere

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While the information provided in this document was true and correct at the time of publication in April 2011, Manukau Institute of Technology reserves the right to alter procedures, fees and regulations should the need arise. Students should carefully read all official correspondence and other sources of information for students (such as the website) to be aware of changes to the information contained in this document. All courses and programmes will proceed subject to numbers. Students should always check with MIT International Marketing and Recruitment when planning their courses and consult our website, www.manukau.ac.nz, for the most up-to-date faculty and course information.

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