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PROSPECTUS

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About Whitireia

Whitireia is a Government owned and funded tertiary institute of technology, known for its high student success rate and culturally diverse student body. Established in 1986, on the shores of the Porirua harbour, Whitireia has grown to become a tertiary institution of choice for close to 8,000 international and domestic students, who now study at one of seven contemporary campuses in Auckland, Wellington, Porirua and KÄ piti. In 2013, around 130 programmes of study are being offered to students, covering certificate, diploma, degree and postgraduate levels. All of our programmes have been developed in conjunction with industry, to offer excellent applied qualifications.

Vision

Whitireia will lead and illuminate its communities through tertiary education

Values Manaaki

Success

Encouraging co-operation in learning and resource sharing to promote individual confidence and group harmony through a positive and supportive learning environment

Being an effective organisation with a clear sense of purpose, striving for excellence and creating an environment where all have the right to succeed

Identity Creating a learning environment where all people feel they belong because their uniqueness is valued and promoted

Equity Achieving more equal outcomes by providing significant learning and education success for those who have previously lacked such opportunities

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Responsiveness Being flexible, creative and open to change, to better meet individual, industry and community learning needs

Integrity Maintaining the highest ethical standards and permitting public scrutiny to ensure the maintenance of those standards

Accountability Monitoring and reporting on the maintenance of educational quality standards and on the responsible use of public resources


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Tēnā koutou katoa Ko te manu e kai i te miro, nōna te ngahere, ko te manu e kai i te mātauranga, nōna te ao. The one who partakes of the flora and fauna, that will be their domain. The one who engages in education, opportunities are boundless. Education is an important key to success in this world. I’m delighted to welcome you to Whitireia New Zealand (Whitireia). Whitireia, “the school of many faces”, is a highly successful tertiary institution reflecting the ethnic richness and values of our community. This prospectus will help you make choices about your future. It provides information on the many options available at Whitireia. We offer a wide range of courses and programmes, including nine degrees, leading to many different career options. Our student success rates are among the highest in the sector. All staff are dedicated to providing you with an education that will support your chosen career and ensure you have the right skills to begin working in New Zealand. We strive to support all students and provide a range of services to ensure a safe, but interesting environment for living and learning. We look forward to helping you make the right decisions for your education and meeting you when you begin your study with Whitireia.

Don Campbell Chief Executive


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FO UR LOCATIONS

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Porirua Wellington Kapiti Auckland

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Putting You, our Students, First

Whitireia and Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) have formed a strategic partnership to develop a network of tertiary learning in the greater Wellington region. This partnership, aimed at putting 'students first', will provide new and existing students with access to a diverse range of relevant programmes of study plus other opportunities including; each campus becoming a one-stop-shop by providing a range of information on each institution, access to high quality teaching across the Wellington region and greater student diversity. The goal is that students will be able to transition seamlessly between Whitireia and WelTec and study for a qualification that is in demand by employers. If you are interested in finding out more about how Whitireia and WelTec are working together, call us on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847) or check out www.whitireia.ac.nz


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The New Zealand Film and Television School has joined forces with Whitireia. Now a subsidiary of Whitireia New Zealand Limited, the film school has become part of the strong line-up of industry related study options available through Whitireia in 2013. The Film School is the only industry-run school of its kind in New Zealand. It is unique with its visiting tutor programme, where tutors come into the school direct from the industry to teach all there is to know about the film and television industry. Located in Wellington City, the Film School offers students a one year, full-time, Certificate in Film and Television Production; the aim of which is to turn out producers, directors and technical crews of the future; graduates who are well prepared to make a career in film and/or television. If you’re interested in finding out more about The New Zealand Film and Television School check out www.filmschool.org.nz or call +64 4 939 2954.


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If you are interested in a career in information technology, Computer Power Plus offers eight highly regarded information technology qualifications. All are unique, flexible and provided in a self-paced learning environment. You take control of your learning, learning at your own pace with staff to assist you to achieve your study goals. You commit to attend regular sessions and each time you attend Computer Power Plus, you pick up exactly where you left off. Instructors are dedicated, professional and experienced. Computer Power Plus also offers a work placement service to students. Computer Power Plus, with campuses in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch is committed to students achieving real-world information technology qualifications. Over 90% of graduates from 2011 are already employed in the industry. Computer Power Plus is backed by a partnership between Whitireia New Zealand Limited and WelTec. To find out more check out www.computerpower.ac.nz or call 0508 484 884.


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The New Zealand Radio Training School, located in our Media Training Centre in Wellington City, and in our Auckland campus, offers students complete handson training in radio. Owned by Whitireia New Zealand Limited, the New Zealand Radio Training School offers study towards a Certificate in Commercial Broadcasting. This programme covers all the things you need to know for a career in commercial radio including; copywriting, programming and producing for radio, running promotions and live broadcasting. Students not only work in a classroom but also in purpose built studios designed to provide a complete radio experience. Professional tutors, all with comprehensive backgrounds in radio, offer students highly interactive learning opportunities, through practical study. The New Zealand Radio Training School keeps pace with the industry and in-turn, offers training in tune with industry wants. To find out more about the New Zealand Radio Training School check out www.broadcasting.co.nz or call us on 0800 NZ Radio (0800 697 2346).


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Contents

Business

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Legal

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Management

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English Language

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Information Technology

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Postgraduate Studies

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Welcome

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Study in Wellington & Auckland

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Putting you, our students, first

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The New Zealand Film and Television School

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Computer Power Plus

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Nursing

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New Zealand Radio Training School

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Postgraduate Studies

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Are you ready for study

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Paramedic

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Preparation for study

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Social & Community Work

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Office Administration & Computing

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Beauty & Hairdressing

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Retail & First Line Management

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Outdoor Adventure

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Tourism

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Professional Cookery

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Hospitality

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Degree entry requirements

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World entry requirements

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Youth Guarantee

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Scholarships

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Student support services

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Frequently asked questions

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International students

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Important dates

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Are you up for the challenge

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Enrolment process

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Application to enrol (domestic students)

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Automotive

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Application to enrol (international students) 87

Electrical

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Subject index

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Carpentry

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Campus locations

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Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting & Roofing

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Trade Skills

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Transport

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Programme guide

Foundation Studies

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Creative Writing

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Publishing

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Journalism

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Radio Broadcasting

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Film & Television Production

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Music

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Performing Arts

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Visual Arts & Design

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Multimedia

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Photography

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Teaching

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Floristry

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Horticulture

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Te Reo

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Weaving

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Whakairo

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Waka Ama

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Are you ready for study? Your career starts here

Whitireia have a range of programmes to support you and your learning pathway for study now and in the future. Choose a programme and level of study that is right for you – progress through the various levels available, and reach your study and career goals. www.whitireia.ac.nz 0800 whitireia (0800 944 847) +64 4 237 3100 info@whitIreia.ac.nz International@whitireia.ac.nz [international students only]

Postgraduate & graduate programmes Degree programmes diploma programmes certificate programmes Foundation & youth guarantee programmes

Our Career Consultant is available to discuss how to make these learning pathways work for you.


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Preparation for study Whitireia provides a range of foundation education programmes in health science, social science, music and business. Study in these programmes helps students build language, literacy and numeracy skills while supporting a pathway to further study or employment. Whitireia foundation programmes are popular. To avoid disappointment, check entry criteria and closing dates to ensure you are eligible to enrol.

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Youth Guarantee, introductory or foundation level programme of study

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Foundation or certificate level programme of study

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Postgraduate or graduate diploma level programme of study

NCEA Level 1 or are a mature student with the required skills NCEA Level 2 or 3 or relevant certificate qualification or are a mature student with the required skills

• Places are not guaranteed at any level of study you choose

Degree entry criteria or

• Details on our foundation programmes can be found on pages 24–25 of this prospectus

or are a mature student with the required skills

If you are interested in studying at Whitireia but don’t know what programme is right for you, or you just want some information and/ or careers advice, call us on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847) to talk to our Career Consultant

relevant diploma qualifications

An undergraduate degree


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FO UR LOCATIONS

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Porirua Wellington Kapiti Auckland

Disclaimer

The information contained in this prospectus is correct as at July 2012. Whitireia New Zealand reserves the right to cancel or postpone any of the courses and/or programmes and shall not be liable for any claim other than the proportion of course/programme fees which the cancelled portion bears. Some courses and programmes may be dependent upon formal approval, Ministry of Education funding allocation and number of enrolments.


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Degree entry requirements

Some degree programmes may have different entry criteria, or specific entry requirements, depending upon the nature of the programme. Please check the details of these, for each of our programmes in this prospectus and with our Information & Enrolment Centre. Call us for more information.

To gain academic entrance into an undergraduate degree programme,

students under 20

Will need: A minimum of 42 NCEA credits at Level 3 or higher made up of: 14 credits in an approved Level 3 or higher subject 14 credits in a second approved Level 3 or higher subject 14 credits in no more than two other approved Level 3 or higher subjects or domains and 8 credits at NCEA Level 2 or higher in English or te reo MÄ ori with at least 4 credits in reading and 4 credits in writing 14 credits at NCEA Level 1 or higher in mathematics or pÄ ngarau

Discretionary entrance for

students under 20 Students under 20 years of age who have NCEA credits at Level 2 (or above) but who do not meet the undergraduate degree requirements, may apply for discretionary entrance. A supporting recommendation from the applicant’s school or workplace is required. Each application will be assessed on its merits and entrance will be granted at the discretion of the Faculty Dean.

To gain academic entrance into an undergraduate degree programme,

students over 20 Will need:

To either meet the academic undergraduate degree entry requirements or equivalent, or provide evidence of success in recent tertiary-level study. Previous work and life experience may be taken into account for mature students. Each application will be assessed on its merits and entrance will be granted at the discretion of the Faculty Dean. Students who do not meet one of the above criteria may be directed towards a programme of study that will provide them with the entrance requirements on successful completion. Note: In all cases, specific entry criteria for any programme should be discussed with an appropriate staff member at Whitireia.


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World entry requirements COUNTRY

DIPLOMA ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

DEGREE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Argentina

Bachillerato Especializado

Successful completion of one year's tertiary study at a recognised institution

Australia

Successful completion of year 12

Completion of year 12 with a minimum Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) score 69.6

Bangladesh

Higher Secondary Certificate with 60% average

Successful completion of two year's tertiary study from a recognised institute

Brazil

Completion of high school (3rd year of second level)

Successful completion of two year's tertiary study from a recognised institute

Chile

Licencia de Education Media or Tecnico Medio or Prueba de Aptitud Academia

Successful completion of two year's tertiary study from a recognised institute

China

High School Diploma

Senior high school graduation AND: either one year of successful study at bachelors level; or completion of a two year diploma, with good grades, at a recognised institute

Fiji

Fiji school leaving certificate

Fiji form 7, aggregate over four subjects of 250, with a minimum of 50 in English or; USP Foundation year 7 passes with a minimum of C in communication

Germany

Mittlere reife/realschulabschluss

Successful completion of senior high school - Abitur

Hong Kong

H.K. Certificate of Education (HKCEE)

Diploma of Secondary Education with three subjects achieved at Level 4 or better, including English and two elective subjects

India

Higher Secondary Certificate (standard xii), minimum 60%

Successful completion of two year's tertiary study from a recognised institute; or an overall average over four subjects (not including native languages and non-academic subjects) of 75% in either the Higher Secondary School Examination or the All India Senior Secondary School Certificate, with a minimum of 60% in English

Indonesia

SMU 7.0 or Year 3

Successful completion of one year's tertiary study at a recognised institution or; SMU with an average of 8.5

Japan

Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate

Successful completion of High School Diploma with a B average or; successful completion of one year's tertiary study at a recognised institute or; successful completion of a junior college degree diploma of 2-3 years duration

Malaysia

SPM, or Chinese unified exams

STPM with three principal passes or; MICSS at least six subjects with a score of 15 points or better in at least five of these subjects (must not include more than one language)

Mexico

Successful completion of a qualification equivalent to New Zealand year 12

Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised institution

Nepal

Proficiency certificate with a grade average of 65%

Proficiency certificate with a grade average of 80% or; Bachelor degree with upper second division

Pacific Islands

Successful completion of year 12 (sixth form)

Successful completion of year 13 (7th form) or foundation programme of USP

Pakistan

Higher Secondary School Certificate with 60% average

Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised tertiary institution

High School Certificate (average of 55%)

Foundation year or; successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised tertiary institution

Papua New Guinea Philippines

National College Entrance Exam

Successful completion of two year’s tertiary study at a recognised tertiary institution

Russia

Certificate of Secondary Education or Certificate of Maturity

Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised tertiary institution

Samoa

Completion of High School

Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised tertiary institution

Saudi Arabia

General Secondary Education Certificate with a minimum overall mark of 60%

Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised tertiary institution

Singapore

CEO 0 Level in four subjects

GCE A Levels, with three passes

Sri Lanka

GCE 0 Levels

GCE A Levels with three passes in relevant subjects

South Korea

High School Diploma

High School Diploma with a B average

Taiwan

Senior High School Leaving Certificate

Senior High School with a B average or: successful completion of one year of tertiary study from a recognised institution

Thailand

Matayom six with a grade point average of 2.5

Matayom 6 with either 80% or more of grades at Level 4 or a GPA of 2.5 or higher, with a relevant subject mix or; successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised tertiary institution

Tonga

Successful completion of year 12 (sixth form)

Successful completion of year 13 (7th form)

United Arab Emirates

70% or better in Tawajihyya (Secondary School Certificate)

Successful completion of one year’s tertiary study at a recognised tertiary institution

United Kingdom

A and AS Levels GCSE (Higher Grades)

Successful completion of GCE A Levels with three C’s or better

Vietnam

High School Diploma or Universal graduation with a grade 7 when out of 10 or 30 when out of 40

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study from a recognised institution


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YOUTH GUARANTEE

FINDING A DIRECTION TO YOUR CAREER Eligibility criteria Must be turning 16-17 years of age at study commencement date

Why study a youth programme? Learn from our friendly and industry experienced tutors Use our excellent training facilities and gain on-site practical experience and/or off-site work placements Gain the confidence to study and gain New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) qualifications Have access to great student support and career guidance Receive literacy and numeracy support, individual learning plans, recreation time and life skills Ideal for those looking for study options beyond Year 11 and 12 All programmes are free, full-time for one year

Can be turning 18 years of age the day after the study commencement date Must be enrolling for full-time study in 2013 Must be a New Zealand citizen or have New Zealand permanent residency

Additional Eligibility criteria

applies to the following Youth Guarantee programmes:

Automotive Engineering Carpentry Electrical Engineering Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting & Roofing Beauty & Hairdressing Outdoor Adventure

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Notes: •

Youth Guarantee funded places are available in programmes at Level 2 and 3 only

• StudyLink student loans and allowances are not applicable •

Eligibility criteria for Youth Guarantee programmes is subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol


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Scholarships

There are a wide variety of scholarships available to new and existing students studying at Whitireia.

Whitireia Foundation scholarships The Whitireia Foundation is a registered charitable trust that aims to promote knowledge, interest and support for the educational purposes and activities of Whitireia students. The foundation is pleased to offer a number of scholarships to Whitireia students who are studying full-time in 2013. Scholarships are awarded on the twin criteria of merit and perseverance to succeed, in spite of personal circumstances. The foundation acknowledges the support of its sponsors: • Altrusa & Zonta clubs • Arrow International • Canon • Commercial Property Specialists • Ford Sumner Lawyers • Gaze • Dale Family Trust • Kirk-Burnnand Family Trust • Mana Community Grants Foundation

A Whitireia Foundation scholarship application form can be downloaded from www.whitireia.ac.nz. Scholarship application forms are also available from our Information & Enrolment Centre at the Porirua campus from 1 September. Call us on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847) or check out www.whitireia.ac.nz for more information. Some of the Whitireia Foundation scholarships are restricted to students who live in a particular geographical location. Eligibility will be based on the address provided at the time of enrolment.

Secondary School Leaver Fees scholarships Whitireia is pleased to offer Secondary School Leaver Fees scholarships to selected secondary schools in Northern Wellington, the Porirua Basin and Kāpiti Coast areas. Each scholarship is valued at up to $4,000 and is to assist with tuition costs, for the first year of study, on one of our multi-year diploma or degree programmes. Entry criteria for these scholarships, is as follows and applicants must: • Be over 16 years of age

• New Zealand Federation of Graduate Women (Wellington) Incorporated

• Be a school leaver from one of the selected schools

• Porirua City Council

• Have been in full-time study for six months prior to making an application

• Sheppard Family Trust • Wellington Ostomy Association

• Be a New Zealand citizen or have permanent New Zealand residency

• Be accepted into a Whitireia multi- year diploma or degree programme •

Be enrolling in full-time s tudy, starting in the first semester of 2013 or selected degree or multi- year diploma programme starting in semester 2

For further information or for an application form for our Secondary School Leaver Fee scholarships call our Schools Liaison/Youth Guarantee team on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847).

Publishing scholarships Scholarships are available for students studying publishing at Whitireia. These include the: • Mason Publishing scholarship • Te Reo Māori Publishing scholarship Call us on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847) for further information on any of these scholarships, or to check out how to apply.

Notes: There are other scholarships, awards and grants available to students studying in New Zealand. Check out www.fis. org.nz, click on the Breakout tab where you will find a comprehensive list of what is available. Access to this website is available at the Whitireia library and all public libraries in New Zealand.

*scholarships are subject to change.


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Student support services

Call us on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847) or check out www.whitireia.ac.nz for more information on any of these services. Information & Enrolment Centre Our Information & Enrolment Centre (IEC) is the first point of contact for both prospective and current students. Located at our campuses in Porirua and Auckland, IEC provides programme information, assistance with our enrolment process, student ID cards, careers advice and fee payment facilities. Homestay assistance, insurance claim assistance and online visa renewal is available here for international students.

Library Our Library provides access to a wide range of resources, including books, journals, audio-visual items, newspapers, many online databases, ebooks, study spaces and computers. Information skills’ training is available. A distance library service is provided to eligible students.

Academic Support Students studying at our campuses in Porirua, Kāpiti, Wellington and by distance, can access study support through Poutama Academic Learning Services. Study support is available oneto-one, from a peer tutor, distance or in a small group. All services are confidential, are delivered by professional staff and are free. The study skills centre at our Auckland campus also provides learning advice

and assistance to students at every level of study. Assistance is given to students whose first language is not English by providing any academic help required. This service is also free and available oneto-one, working with individual lecturers by providing in-class study skills and language support or by peer tutoring.

Maori and Pacific Academic Support Mo te tautoko me te awhi – staff are available to support Māori and Pacific students with study or other issues.

Pacific community Liaison The Pacific Community Liaison team is responsible for engaging with our Pacific communities. Ethnic-specific staff liaise with the Cook Islands, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga and other Pacific community groups.

Students with Disabilities The Academic Advisor (accessibility) works with students and staff to make reasonable accommodation for students with a disability.

Counselling Service A confidential, seven-day, 24-hour selfreferral, counselling service is provided off-campus by Vitae. Vitae, a professional company, provides Whitireia students with access to a team of independent counsellors and psychologists throughout

New Zealand. Whitireia students are entitled to three free counselling sessions per year. Our Auckland campus offers an onsite counsellor who is available by appointment.

Financial Support Confidential budgeting advice is available. This service also provides information on grants, scholarships and emergency funding.

Health Service A health nurse is available by appointment at our campus in Porirua. This service is free. Other health services available at our Porirua campus include a doctor, physiotherapist, massage therapist and hearing therapist. You will be charged a minimal cost for these services. Medical appointments can be arranged for students studying at our campuses in Wellington, Kāpiti and Auckland.

Childcare Facility A fully licensed childcare centre is located at our Porirua campus. Spaces are limited so do enquire early if you wish to use this facility. Call +64 4 237 7842.

Students’ Association The Whitireia Independent Students’ Association (WISA) operates to serve the interests of students while studying at Whitireia. This is by means of


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representation, liaison and advocacy. Entertainment and activities are provided by WISA from time-to-time, as they aim to provide students with an enjoyable and successful student experience. You can choose to join WISA, it is voluntary.

activities. These groups are vital for communication between Whitireia and international students. They provide a student voice and assist with advice on helping international students settle into their new study environment.

Polyshop

Whitireia has an International Student Support Co-ordinator and Student Counsellor available to provide pastoral care and support to international students while studying here.

Prescribed texts (at 10% discount) and second-hand texts are available at the onsite Polyshop at the Porirua campus. A full range of stationery at very competitive prices, greeting cards and overseas calling cards are also for sale. Other services include mobile phone recharging facilities and a drycleaning agency.

They ensure that international students make the most of their study experience.

Homestay accommodation for international students

Visa and immigration services for international students

New Zealand host families are carefully chosen for students to stay with. Families will provide a single bedroom, two meals a day plus clean bed linen including towels at least twice a week. Our homestay co-ordinators work with international students to arrange accommodation requirements to suit individual needs.

Our Porirua and Auckland campuses have staff available to assist with visa and immigration requirements for new and existing students.

A homestay is a great way to experience living in New Zealand.

International student support Both Auckland and Porirua campuses have special international student groups who assist and organise events and

Worshipping on campus There is a dedicated space available at our Auckland campus for worship and/or prayer. Arrangements can also be made for worship at our Porirua campus.

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Frequently Asked questions

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How do I find out about programmes?

How do I get a student loan or allowance?

Information about what we offer can be found at www.whitireia.ac.nz, by calling us on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847), or by visiting any of our campuses.

Apply online at www.studylink.govt.nz. You should do this well before your programme starts so it is processed before your study begins.

If you are an international student studying at Whitireia full-time at Level 5 or higher, you are able to work for 20 hours per week during the holidays.

Student loans and allowances are not available for international students.

How can I get my student visa renewed?

International students can email us for programme information at international@ whitireia.ac.nz or call us on +64 4 237 3100 and; secondary schools can email us at schools-liaison@whitireia.ac.nz How do I apply to enrol?

Apply to enrol either in person, by post or online. International students can also apply to enrol through an agent.

How long does it take to confirm my enrolment?

If you’ve brought or sent us everything we need, it will usually take between two and five working days. Enrolment confirmation for international students will be sent back either directly to the applicant or through an agent, if this is how you enrolled.

What do I need to provide?

When do I pay my fees?

A completed Application to Enrol form, your birth certificate or passport plus any additional entry requirement information (such as a health declaration, references, police vetting, criminal convictions declaration, record of learning, academic transcripts/records) if applicable.

After you have been offered a place on your programme and you have confirmed your acceptance of this place, you can pay your fees.

International students also need to provide evidence of IELTS or equivalent English certificate.

After your enrolment has been completed, our Information & Enrolment Centre will organise it for you. You will need a student ID card to print, photocopy, access the library, the computer networks and other student support services at Whitireia.

Why do we ask for your birth certificate or passport?

We need proof of your legal name, date of birth, and citizenship or residency. If your name has changed, you will also need to provide proof of the change, e.g. a marriage certificate. International students must also provide proof of eligibility to study in New Zealand (visa and residency status). Can I bring a photocopy of my birth certificate?

Yes, if it has been verified (signed) by a solicitor, Justice of the Peace (JP), or kaumÄ tua. We can also photocopy and verify your original documents for you.

How and when do I get my student ID card?

Can I decide to withdraw from part or all of my programme of study?

If you change your mind before your programme of study starts, please contact us. You will need to complete a Withdrawal form. Who do I contact if I have any queries?

Call the Information & Enrolment Centre on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847) or email info@whitireia.ac.nz International students can email international @whitireia.ac.nz or call us on +64 4 237 3100.

Can I work while I study?

Current international students must apply to renew their student visa 1-2 months before the expiry date. Students should make contact with an International Student Adviser at our Information & Enrolment Centre, for assistance and advice on how to renew this visa online. Can I buy insurance through whitireia?

International students can apply through Whitireia for insurance. This insurance covers travel and medical.

Community & Other Education Links Porirua Language Project Incorporated

New settlers and adult New Zealanders are helped with English language skills and numeracy by volunteers through this project. For more information call +64 4 237 5283. Schools Liaison/Youth Guarantee

Our Schools Liaison/Youth Guarantee team promote Whitireia programmes in secondary schools and the community. STAR/Gateway Programmes

Secondary school students are able to enrol in Whitireia STAR/Gateway and School Partnership programmes via their secondary school. For further information, call our Schools Liaison/ Youth Guarantee team on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847) or ask about the Whitireia STAR/ Gateway/School Partnership programmes at your secondary school.


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International Students

Studying and living in New Zealand

Porirua Wellington Kapiti Auckland

An ‘international student’ is a foreign student studying in New Zealand.

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The following information relates to enrolment requirements for international students only International Code of Practice Whitireia has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students, published by the Minister of Education. Copies are available on request from Whitireia or from www.minedu.govt.nz/goto/international

Immigration Full details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available through the New Zealand Immigration Service, and can be viewed at www.immigration.govt.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 at www.moh.govt.nz International students must have appropriate and current medical and travel insurance while studying in New Zealand.

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 at www.acc.co.nz

Medical and Travel Insurance It is compulsory for international students to have appropriate current medical and travel insurance while studying in New Zealand. This can be purchased through our International Student Advisers at our Information & Enrolment Centre or as part of the enrolment/re-enrolment process.

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Fees

There are a range of fees applicable to international students only. These are as follows:

FEE Registration Fee (one off – first year of enrolment only)

$150

Homestay Placement Fee

$200

Homestay Weekly Fee (including two meals on weekdays and three meals on weekends)

$230

Airport Transfer Fee

$90

Whitireia English testing (free to current students)

$50

Whitireia provides a full range of support services to ensure international students enjoy a rewarding and friendly study experience in New Zealand. Check out pages 16–17 of this prospectus to find out about the student support services available while studying at Whitireia. FEES are quoted in New zealand dollars and are subject to change


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Dates Important THURSDAY, 3 JANUARY

Porirua and Auckland campuses open

MONDAY, 7 JANUARY

Wellington and Kāpiti campuses open

MONDAY, 21 JANUARY

Wellington Anniversary Day

Porirua, Wellington, Kāpiti campuses closed

MONDAY, 28 JANUARY

Auckland Anniversary Day

Auckland campus closed

WEDNESDAY, 6 FEBRUARY

Waitangi Day

All campuses closed

FRIDAY, 29 MARCH

Good Friday

All campuses closed

MONDAY, 1 APRIL

Easter Monday

All campuses closed

TUESDAY, 2 APRIL

Easter Tuesday (tertiary holiday)

All campuses closed

THURSDAY, 25 APRIL

ANZAC Day

All campuses closed

MONDAY, 3 JUNE

Queen’s Birthday

All campuses closed

MONDAY, 28 OCTOBER

Labour Day

All campuses closed

TUESDAY, 24 DECEMBER

Christmas/New Year break

All campuses close at noon

Porirua, Wellington & Kapiti campuses

English Language Term Dates 14 January - 5 April

Semester one begins 11 February

29 July

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Commencement of most academic programmes

8 April – 21 June 1 July – 20 September

Orientation week begins

23 September – 13 December

Semester two begins

Graduation

Commencement of most academic programmes

Graduation ceremonies are an important part of our academic calendar. They are a celebration of student success. Students are invited to attend a graduation ceremony once they have completed their study at Whitireia.

Orientation week begins

Auckland campus 18 February – 17 May

Trimester one

4 June – 30 August

Trimester two

16 September – 13 December

Trimester three

Graduation ceremonies are held each year. These are currently held in March, July and December in Porirua. Auckland graduation ceremonies are currently held in April and November.


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Are you up for the

challenge Whitireia is committed to teaching what employers want you to know. Staff deliver, top-level tertiary teaching and training in postgraduate, degrees, diplomas and certificate level programmes as well as short courses. Do you know that: • The high academic quality of Whitireia programmes is a point of difference in Wellington and Auckland • Our student support and learning resources are exceptional for international and domestic students • Whitireia works around student needs. Many of our programmes are available part-time or online, so you can fit them around work, family or whatever commitments you may have

How to use this prospectus

Explore pages 24-81 of this prospectus, which outlines all of the programmes available for study in 2013. Complete an Application to Enrol form at the back of this prospectus to fast track the enrolment process.

• On our full-time programmes students work closely with specialist tutors from their chosen field and have time for individual study using our extensive resources

Future industry and employers connect here … why don’t you?

www.whitireia.ac.nz 0800 whitireia (0800 944 847) +64 4 237 3100 info@whitIreia.ac.nz International@whitireia.ac.nz [international students only]


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Foundation studies Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science)

Step through qualifications to reach your goal Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Further study in health

Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science)

Further study in social science or early childhood education

Certificate in Foundation Education (Business)

Further study in business

Certificate in Foundation Music

Further study in music

Certificate in Preparation for Tertiary Study

Further study


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Foundation Studies Certificate in Preparation for Tertiary Study

Duration Half year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Wellington – please contact us Level 3 Entry IELTS 5.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $807 International: please contact us Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science) [also has exit qualification for Level 3] Develop skills and practices to help you move into further study in health science. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Kāpiti – 11 February

Certificate in Foundation Education (Business) [also has exit qualification for Level 3]

Have a go at taking music seriously on this introductory programme, which includes performance skills, playing with a band, professional studies and music theory.

Develop skills and practices to help you move into degree study in business, where you can major in management, marketing, finance or hospitality.

Duration Half year, full-time

Duration One year, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 8 July

Campus/Start Dates Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September Wellington – 11 February

Level 3

Level 4

Entry IELTS 5.0

Entry IELTS 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $763 International: $10,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,551 International: $19,500

Entry Criteria Evidence of instrumental and vocal skills based on interview and audition

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science) [also has exit qualification for Level 3] Develop skills and practices to help you move into further study in early childhood education or social science. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February

Level 4

Level 4

Entry IELTS 5.5 in each band (Academic)

Entry IELTS 5.5 in each band (Academic)

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,551 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,551 International: $19,500

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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Foundation studies

This programme will allow you to make an informed choice of a career or academic path while increasing your skills in language, literacy and numeracy. You will be prepared for study in any regional tertiary institute.

Certificate in Foundation Music


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“One of the hardest things in any industry is getting your foot in the door. Whitireia gives you the practical skills and confidence to walk through those doors and feel at home doing something you love.� Harriet prebble // Diploma in publishing


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COMMUNICATION MEDIA Commercial, iwi, Pacific radio

Certificate in Commercial Broadcasting Certificate in Film and Television Production

Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Multimedia Journalism

National Diploma in Journalism (Multi-media) (Level 5)

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Creative Writing) year 1

Diploma in Publishing

Diploma in Publishing (Applied)

Film maker, director,writer, editor, camera, sound or lighting person on film

Editing Masterclass

Diploma in Radio Journalism

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Creative Writing) year 2

EXIT: Diploma in Creative Writing

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Creative Writing) year 3

EXIT: Diploma in Creative Writing (Advanced)

Graduate Diploma in Creative Writing

News and feature journalist for web, radio, TV and print; photo journalist; video journalist for web; subeditor for web and print; communications media Postgraduate study Freelance writing, editing, web editing, communications writing, teaching, working in television, administration, filmmaking, playwriting, publishing

Editing, copy editing, publishing, marketing, project management

Creative Writing Bachelor of Applied Arts (Creative Writing) If you’re serious about writing, this programme will help you develop your skills in various kinds of writing; including short fiction, non-fiction, script-writing and poetry. Focus on your selected genre in year two, and then work towards creating a publishable manuscript in year three. Duration Three years, full-time Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,889 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability based on interview and portfolio

Graduate Diploma in Creative Writing

Diploma in Creative Writing (Advanced)

Experienced writers are supported towards developing a book or manuscript through individual mentoring from well-known professionals. Your work may be script, poetry, fiction or non-fiction.

Undertake specialised study and practice in the craft of writing a novel, screenplay, short fiction, poetry or non-fiction work. You will have tutor and mentoring support to produce a first draft manuscript.

Duration One year, full-time

Duration One year, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February

Level 7

Level 6

Entry IELTS 6.0

Entry IELTS 6.0

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,889 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,889 International: $19,500

Entry Criteria Tertiary qualification or evidence of skill in writing based on submitted written work, outline/sample of the major project and interview

Entry Criteria Evidence of writing skills based on submitted writing samples, outline for writing project and interview

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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CREATIVE WRITING / PUBLISHING / JOURNALISM / RADIO broadcasting / Film & TV

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Creative Writing

Publishing

Diploma in Creative Writing [delivered on-campus or online]

Diploma in Publishing (Applied)

If you’re serious about writing, this programme will help you develop your skills in various kinds of writing: including short fiction, non-fiction, scriptwriting, poetry and writing for children.

Diploma in Publishing

Get qualified for a career in digital and print publishing with this popular and highly regarded programme. Skills gained include editing, marketing, layout, production and project management. You will apply your learning to industry-based print and ebook projects and undertake work experience in publishing firms throughout New Zealand.

A flexible online programme which can be studied full-time or part-time. Receive tuition and mentoring from experienced publishing professionals. An excellent option for people already in the publishing or book trade. The popular editorial module can be taken individually. This module is a challenging introduction to editing and assessing texts for publication.

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February Online – 18 February, 15 July

Duration One year, full-time

Level 5

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 18 February

Duration One year full-time; two years part-time, or individual modules

Duration One year, full-time or part-time options available

Entry IELTS 6.0

Campus/Start Dates Online – 11 February, 15 July

Level 6

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,889 International: $19,500

Level 6

Entry IELTS 7.0

Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability for on-campus based on interview and portfolio; evidence of suitability for online based on portfolio

Entry IELTS 7.0

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $7,033 International: $19,900 Entry Criteria Tertiary qualification and/or evidence of relevant work experience based on interview

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $7,033 International: $19,900 Per module-fee available on application Entry Criteria Tertiary qualification and/or evidence of relevant work experience based on interview

Journalism National Diploma in Journalism (Multi-media) (Level 5)

Editing Masterclass Learn from established book editors and receive individual feedback and peer support through workshops and online programme material. This programme improves skills and expands opportunities for experienced editors already working in publishing. This programme is also designed for participants to study alongside work.

Build your skills in writing, interviewing and research for a range of media. Graduates will be qualified to write for various fields of journalism including newspapers, radio, television and the web.

Duration 18 weeks, part-time

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 10 June

Duration One year, full-time

Level 5

Campus/Start Dates Online

Entry IELTS 6.5

Level 7 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,062 International: $2,500 Entry Criteria Evidence of a minimum of three to four years experience as a working editor and references from employers and clients

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,210 International: $18,500 Entry Criteria NCEA Level 2 or equivalent with minimum 8 credits in English (4 credits reading, 4 credits writing) and evidence of writing ability based on interview and writing test

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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Journalism Certificate in Multimedia Journalism

Radio Broadcasting Diploma in Radio Journalism

Certificate in Commercial Broadcasting [includes National Certificate in Radio (Foundation Skills)]

Duration Half year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 4 February Level 4 Entry IELTS 6.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,679 International: $10,500 Entry Criteria Evidence of writing ability based on interview and writing test

Learn how to report news for radio and gain experience in an internship in a radio newsroom. Graduates will be qualified for entry into radio journalism in commercial and public radio. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 3 April Level 5

Enter the high energy world of radio and discover the many dynamic areas of commercial broadcasting. This fun, interactive, full on programme offers you skills in announcing, promotions, creative writing and production, as well as voice training, radio sales and news reading. Our “live to air” radio stations and recording suites give you plenty of hands-on learning opportunities. (Offered by the New Zealand Radio Training School, part of Whitireia New Zealand Limited).

Entry IELTS 6.0

Duration Half year, full-time

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,210 International: $19,500

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 22 January, 15 July Auckland – 21 January, 15 July

Entry Criteria NCEA Level 2 or equivalent with minimum 8 credits in English/literacy with at least 4 credits in reading and 4 credits in writing plus evidence of writing ability based on interview, voice test and writing test

Level 3 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $7,995 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Evidence of communication skills based on an interview and aptitude test

Film & Television Production Certificate in Film and Television Production [pending approval] Learn to be a film maker at The Film School. Learnby-doing, through a combination of hands-on experience and visiting tutors who are experts in their field. Gain experience in writing, directing and editing, in lighting, camerawork and sound. (Offered by the New Zealand Film and Television School, part of Whitireia New Zealand Limited). Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February, 15 July Level 5 Entry IELTS 6.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Please contact us Entry Criteria Attended secondary school, English language skills, demonstrated passion for film, commitment to learn, an appreciation of the value of teamwork and likelihood of success

English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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CREATIVE WRITING / PUBLISHING / JOURNALISM / RADIO broadcasting / Film & TV

Learn how to research, interview, write news stories for the web, print and radio, shoot news video and take news photos in this introductory journalism programme. Graduates enhance their chances of entry into the National Diploma in Journalism (Multi-media) (Level 5).


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“Whitireia has opened my eyes to all aspects of music and the music industry. I’m learning things that are essential to my career and things that I wouldn’t have even thought of. The tutors are awesome. I have the opportunity to start my music career and break into the industry while studying.” Hannah reynolds // Certificate in rock, jazz and commercial music


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Certificate in Foundation Music

Certificate in Live Sound and Event Production

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Music) year 1

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Music) year 2

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Music) year 3 Postgraduate study Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts

Certificate in Work Skills Certificate in DJ Music

Musician/composer, technician,producer, educator, performer, events, band or touring company, teacher training

Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts Certificate in Rock, Jazz and Commercial Music

Professional DJ, performing artist

MUsic Bachelor of Applied Arts (Music) Play an instrument as a soloist and part of a band. Study composition, recording and production. Learn about the music business and develop relevant communication skills. Create a professional body of work in year three and graduate with the skills and knowledge to begin a career in the music industry as a performer, composer, teacher or producer. Duration Three years, full-time

Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts Undertake specialised study and practice that extends your prior degree work, or explore a new direction of activity or different media. A major project is involved to develop a body of work.

Undertake specialised study and practice that extends your prior degree work, or explore a new direction of activity or different media through project work.

Duration One year, full-time

Duration Half year, full-time; part-time options may be available

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Level 7

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February

Entry IELTS 6.5

Level 7

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,889 International: $19,500

Entry IELTS 6.0

Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,925 International: $19,500

Entry Criteria Completed arts related degree, or equivalent experience and evidence of ability to study at Level 7

Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability based on interview and audition, theory and aural test

International students may enrol as part of a secondment from their main degree studies

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February,15 July Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,967 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Completed arts related degree, or equivalent experience and evidence of ability to study at Level 7 International students may enrol as part of a secondment from their main degree studies

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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MUSIC / DJ MUSIC / LIVE SOUND & EVENT PRODUCTION / Work skills

Step through qualifications to reach your goal

Stage technician, AV operator, sound engineer, live sound crew


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MUsic Certificate in Rock, Jazz and Commercial Music

Certificate in DJ Music

Certificate in Live Sound and Event Production

Become a practical musician, by developing your musical skills and your understanding of the industry. Graduates can move into further study or set up their own band, or join a band.

For budding young (well usually!) DJs wanting to become professional, this programme includes DJ performance, turntable skills, the art of mixing and the history of DJ and music production.

Learn skills in live sound engineering, lighting, set construction and event management to become a stage technician, AV operator, sound engineer, crew for live music or stage productions.

Duration One year, full-time

Duration One year, full-time

Duration One year, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 4 February

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 4 February

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February

Level 4

Level 4

Level 4

Entry IELTS 5.0

Entry IELTS 5.0

Entry IELTS 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,274 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,274 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,274 International: please contact us

Entry Criteria Grade three music theory or equivalent and evidence of instrumental/vocal skills/ability based on interview and audition

Entry Criteria Evidence of skills/ability/attitude based on interview and audition

Entry Criteria Achievement standards in NCEA Level 1 mathematics, physics and/or music or equivalent study/work experience

Foundation studies

Youth Guarantee

Certificate in Foundation Music

Certificate in Work Skills [specialisation in music and drama]

Have a go at taking music seriously on this introductory programme, which includes performance skills, playing with a band, professional studies and music theory.

This programme will appeal to students who have some experience with music; playing an instrument, singing or playing in a band and drama; acting, singing and dance, or to those students who would like to participate and learn about music and drama.

Duration Half year, full-time

Duration One year, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 8 July Level 3

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – March

Entry IELTS 5.0

Level 2

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $763 International: $10,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Free

Entry Criteria Evidence of instrumental and vocal skills based on interview and audition

Entry Criteria Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies Please contact us

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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Kelly Wisniewski // diploma in Performing Arts (dance)

PERFORMING ARTS / STAGE & SCREEN / Dance / singing

“I love the range of dance styles we learn. The versatility of the programme makes me feel prepared for the industry.”


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performing arts Step through qualifications to reach your goal Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance)

Commerical dancer and entertainer Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts) year 1

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts) year 2

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts) year 3

Postgraduate study Actor, director, dramatic producer, stage and screen, television acting, dance, teacher training, theatre, events, dancer, musical theatre, performer

Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts Diploma in Performing Arts (Singing)

Actor, dancer, singer and musical theatre performer Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

Diploma in Stage and Screen Arts

Theatre, television or film actor

PERFORMING ARTS Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts)

Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts

You will develop an extensive knowledge of dance genres and artistic endeavour in Māori, Samoan, Cook Islands and New Zealand contemporary dance. You will be encouraged to develop strengths in technique, performance and choreography. Third year students will create a major body of work for public performance. Performance and touring, forms a significant part of this programme. Graduates from the dance, singing and stage and screen diplomas can apply to enrol in the third year of this degree.

Undertake specialised study and practice that extends your prior degree work, or explore a new direction of activity or different media. A major project is involved to develop a body of work.

Undertake specialised study and practice that extends your prior degree work, or explore a new direction of activity or different media through project work.

Duration One year, full-time

Duration Half year, full-time; part-time options may be available

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February, 15 July

Level 7

Duration Three years, full-time

Level 7

Entry IELTS 6.5

Entry IELTS 6.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,889 International: $19,500

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February Level 7

Entry Criteria Completed arts related degree, or equivalent experience and evidence of ability to study at Level 7

Entry IELTS 6.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $7,424 International: $22,500 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability based on interview and audition

Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

International students may enrol as part of a secondment from their main degree studies

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,967 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Completed arts related degree, or equivalent experience and evidence of ability to study at Level 7 International students may enrol as part of a secondment from their main degree studies

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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PERFORMING ARTS / STAGE & SCREEN / Dance / singing

Diploma in Stage and Screen Arts

Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance)

Diploma in Performing Arts (Singing)

If you’re interested in performing in theatre, television or film, this programme will help you gain the skills required, including acting and movement. You need dedication and commitment for this intense, high-energy programme. On successful completion, students may apply to enrol in year three of the Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts).

This unique and vibrant programme prepares you for the commercial dance sector. The emphasis is on technical skills and performance experience. Subject areas include: tap, jazz, hip hop and ballet and much more. On successful completion students may apply to enrol in year three of the Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts). (Offered by Whitireia New Zealand Limited)

This programme prepares you for the musical theatre industry. You’ll develop skills in singing, dancing and acting to a professional standard. Subject areas include: singing, staging, jazz, acting and much more. On successful completion students may apply to enrol in year three of the Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts). (Offered by Whitireia New Zealand Limited)

Duration Two years, full-time

Duration Two years, full-time

Duration Two years, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February

Level 6

Level 6

Level 6

Entry IELTS 6.5

Entry IELTS 6.0

Entry IELTS 6.0

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,274 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $6,824 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $6,824 International: $19,500

Entry Criteria Evidence of performance skills/ability/attitude based on interview and audition

Entry Criteria NCEA Level 2 or equivalent, plus evidence of skills/ aptitude based on audition and interview

Entry Criteria NCEA Level 2 or equivalent, plus evidence of skills/ aptitude based on audition and interview

English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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“The contemporary jewellery programme at Whitireia is fantastic. It has the perfect balance of all the necessary skills you need. Technical, design, conceptual and business skills are all taught in a fun, supportive and inspiring environment.� MIEKE DE COURT // DIPLOMA IN JEWELLERY DESIGN


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Visual arts & DESIGN Certificate in Graphic Design (international students only)

Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Digital Media (international students only)

Exit: Diploma in Digital Design

Exit: Diploma in Digital Design and Multimedia

Certificate in Mastercraft (Visual Arts and Design/ Whakairo

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Visual Arts and Design) year 1

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Visual Arts and Design) year 2

Print, web design, advertising, film

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Visual Arts and Design) year 3

Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts

Exit: Diploma in Jewellery Design

Certificate in Practical Photography

Postgraduate study Practicing artist or craftsperson, technician, events, festivals, teacher training, art galleries

Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

Certificate in Advanced Photography

Professional photographer

Visual Arts & DESIGN Bachelor of Applied Arts (Visual Arts and Design)

Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts

Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

Gain professional skills in paint, print making, jewellery, textiles, sculpture, whakairo, photography and other art forms – or develop a professional art portfolio in digital media to become a graphic designer for print and web publications. Focus your interests in the second year and create a major body of work in your final year.

Undertake specialised study and practice that extends your prior degree work, or explore a new direction of activity or different media. A major project is involved to develop a body of work.

Undertake specialised study and practice that extends your prior degree work, or explore a new direction of activity or different media through project work.

Duration One year, full-time

Duration Three years, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February

Duration Half year, full-time; part-time options may be available

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February

Level 7

Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,935 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability based on interview and portfolio

Entry IELTS 6.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,889 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria Completed arts related degree, or equivalent experience and evidence of ability to study at Level 7 International students may enrol as part of a secondment from their main degree studies

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 15 July Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,967 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Completed arts related degree, or equivalent experience and evidence of ability to study at Level 7 International students may enrol as part of a secondment from their main degree studies

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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VISUAL & DESIGN / MULTIMEDIA / PHOTOGRAPHY CREATIVE ARTS WRITING

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Multimedia

Visual Arts & DESIGN Diploma in Jewellery Design

Certificate in Mastercraft

Diploma in Digital Design and Multi-media [exit qualification from degree only]

[exit qualification from degree only]

Focus on design process and techniques of jewellery making in this programme. Develop your ideas into body adornment. Duration One year, full-time

A comprehensive programme for study in visual arts, this programme emphasises drawing and design in selected 2D and 3D media, such as painting, print making, jewellery, textiles, carving, digital media and whakairo. Duration Half year, full-time; part-time options may be available

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Level 5

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 15 July

Entry IELTS 6.0

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability based on interview and portfolio

Duration Two years, full-time; part-time options may be available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Level 5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,935 International: $19,500

Develop your abilities in design to produce a professional portfolio. Options include publication design, digital illustration, branding and identity, web interactive design, 3D modelling and animation. Graphic design skills learned here can be used in a wide range of work including print and web design, advertising and film.

Level 6

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,326 International: $10,500

Entry IELT6.0

Entry Criteria Certificate in Visual Arts (Level 4) or equivalent and evidence of skills/ability based on interview and portfolio

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,935 International: $19,900 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability based on interview and portfolio

Diploma in Digital Design

Certificate in Digital Media

Certificate in Graphic Design

[exit qualification from degree only]

[international students only in Auckland]

[international students only in Auckland]

Learn about publication design, digital photography, illustration, package design, motion graphics, 3D modelling and animation. Get a solid foundation in the drawing and design process. Duration One year, full-time; part-time options may be available

Gain experience of 3D modelling, animation, web design, computer graphics, desktop publishing, video and multimedia production. Develop drawing skills and research skills to extract ideas from art and design history. Duration One year, full-time; part-time options may be available

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Campus/Start Dates Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Level 5

Level 4

Entry IELT 6.0

Entry IELT 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,935 International: $18,900

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee International: $19,900

Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability based on interview and portfolio

This is a hands-on introduction to computer graphics and design for print and web. Graduates will be qualified for employment using desktop publishing tools or can progress to further study. Duration Half year, full-time; part-time options may be available Campus/Start Dates Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September Level 4 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee International: please contact us

Entry Criteria Computer literacy equivalent to NQF Level 3

Entry Criteria Computer literacy equivalent to NQF Level 3

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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Photography Certificate in Advanced Photography

VISUAL ARTS & DESIGN / MULTIMEDIA / PHOTOGRAPHY

L earn how to capture (and process) classic photographs. Studio photography, modern digital photography, alternative processing and darkroom techniques are also covered. Duration Half year, full-time; part-time options may be available Campus/Start Dates Kāpiti – 28 January, 8 July Level 5 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,788 International: $13,500 Entry Criteria Certificate in Practical Photography or equivalent qualification/experience

Certificate in Practical Photography If you’re a keen beginner or an experienced amateur photographer thinking about making photography your career, this programme will help you explore the art. Create a portfolio of photographs towards commercial work or further study. Duration Half year, full-time; part-time options may be available Campus/Start Dates Kāpiti – 28 January, 8 July Level 4 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,619 International: $12,500 Entry Criteria Open entry

English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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Teacher education

“The Whitireia Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) programme is great. MÄ ori and Pacific Island culture is incorporated into study, which highlights its diversity." Georgina Nuku // Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education)


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Teaching Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science)

Further study in social science or teaching

Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) year 1

Postgraduate study Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) year 2

Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) year 3

Teaching Become a confident and competent early childhood teacher with a good understanding of our social context in New Zealand. The programme includes three social/cultural perspectives: Māori, Pacific and general. Duration Three years, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – [international students only] 18 February, 4 June, 16 September Level 7 Entry IELTS 7.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,398 International: $19,900 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; evidence of suitability based on interview, police vetting, confidential references

Further study

Plus electives for entry to degree (international students only in Auckland)

Diploma in Early Childhood Education (international students only)

Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education)

New Zealand kindergarten teacher, early childhood teacher, home-based care educator

Early childhood worker

Foundation studies Diploma in Early Childhood Education [international students only] This qualification has been designed for international students. It will provide a sound background in early childhood education and enable you to gain employment in your home country. The teaching of English is embedded in this programme to assist students to meet the degree IELTS entry level. Duration One year, full-time (plus one trimester of electives if year 2 degree entry is sought) Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September [international students only] Level 5 Entry IELTS 5.5

Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science) [also has an exit qualification at Level 3] Develop skills and practices to help you move into further study in early childhood education or social science. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Level 4 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,551 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee International: $19,900 Entry Criteria International students only; school education equivalent to NCEA Level 3

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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teachING

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“I know goals are the road maps that guide and show what is possible for life, Whitireia has shown me a pathway to achieve my goals.� Lakhpat Rai (lucky) // Graduate DIPLOMA IN applied business studies


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Business Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Further study Employment in business, hospitality, management, marketing or finance

New Zealand Diploma in Business

Postgraduate study

Certificate in Foundation Education (Business)

Bachelor of Applied Business Studies (three year programme)

Employment in business, hospitality, management, marketing or finance Postgraduate study

Graduate Diploma in Applied Business Studies

New Zealand Law Society Legal Executive Diploma

Employment in business, management, marketing, HR or finance Employment in legal office, Government or private sector

Business Bachelor of Applied Business Studies Learn practical skills that will enable you to work in a variety of organisations. Focus on outcomes including strong communication, people skills and technical knowledge. You can major in marketing, management, finance and hospitality at our Auckland campus or management and finance at our Porirua campus. Duration Three years, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,703 International: $18,500 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; or evidence of successful study/work experience

Graduate Diploma in Applied Business Studies

New Zealand Diploma in Business

Gain specialist knowledge in human resources, organisational leadership, marketing, finance and hospitality. You can specialise in marketing, management, finance and hospitality at our Auckland campus or management and finance at our Porirua campus.

Get a good grounding in business with this nationally recognised qualification. Students complete six compulsory and six optional papers. You can choose to specialise in management or follow the New Zealand Institute of Accountants, Accounting Technician Pathway.

Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available

Duration Two years, full-time; part-time options available

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Level 7

Level 6

Entry IELTS 6.0

Entry IELTS 6.0

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,703 International: $18,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,703 International: $18,500

Entry Criteria Degree or equivalent study/work experience

Entry Criteria 14 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy and 50 credits at Level 2, with at least 12 credits in each of three approved subjects (minimum 8 approved literacy credits – 4 credits reading, 4 credits writing); or equivalent study/work experience

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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BUSINESS / Legal / Management / ENGLISH Language

NZIM Diploma in Management

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Legal

Management

Foundation studies Certificate in Foundation Education (Business)

NZIM Diploma in Management

New Zealand Law Society Legal Executive Diploma

Develop skills and practices to help you move into degree study in business, where you can major in management, marketing, finance or hospitality.

Gain a professional management qualification to advance your career. Learn valuable management skills to understand people and organisations.

Duration One year, full-time

Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available

Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 15 July Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry IELTS 6.0

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,551 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,703 International: $18,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,505* International: $19,900* *Plus external exam fees

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

Entry Criteria 14 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy and 50 credits at Level 2 with at least 12 credits in each of three approved subjects (minimum 8 approved literacy credits – 4 credits reading, 4 credits writing); or equivalent study/work experience

English language

Certificate in English Language (Advanced) [Upper Intermediate, Advanced, Academic] This programme is for speakers of other languages who are already speaking and writing English at an intermediate level. Improve your understanding, speaking, reading and writing of English at an advanced level. You can apply for a full year or enrol block by block. Students who complete one block will exit with a Certificate in Upper Intermediate or Advanced level. Students who complete the three levels will receive a Certificate in English Language (Advanced). You can study at our Porirua, Wellington or Auckland campuses to improve your level of English language, so you can move into other programmes of study. Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 20 May, 2 September Wellington – please contact us Auckland – 14 January, 8 April, 1 July, 23 September

Learn about legal principles, the legal system and how laws apply in transactions. Graduates can work in law offices and/or in some Government or commercial offices. Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Wellington – 4 February, 29 July

Entry Criteria At least 14 credits NCEA Level 2 English; or equivalent study/work experience

Certificate in English Language [Elementary, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate]

Learn to understand, speak, read and write English for study, work and everyday situations. Study for a full year or enrol block by block. Students who complete one block will exit with a certificate at the elementary or pre-intermediate level. Students who complete the three levels will receive a Certificate in English Language. You can study at our Porirua, Wellington or Auckland campuses to improve your level of English Language, so you can move into other programmes of study. Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 20 May, 2 September Wellington – please contact us Auckland – 14 January, 8 April, 1 July, 23 September Level 3 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,449 International: $14,220

Level 4 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,449 International: $14,220 Entry Criteria Certificate in English Language or evidence of skills, based on the Whitireia Placement Test

Entry Criteria The Whitireia Placement Test to indicate the programme level you should be enrolled in

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

“Studying information technology at Whitireia has given me the skills and confidence to embrace the future with hope and security.” Aroha thompson // BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


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Information technology Step through qualifications to reach your goal

Certificate in Information Technology

Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Employment in information technology related work Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5)

Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6)

Bachelor of Information Technology year 1

Bachelor of Information Technology year 2

Postgraduate Certificate in Information Technology

Employment in information technology support

Postgraduate study Information technology professional, system analyst programmer, web developer, interaction designer, network engineer, database administrator, hardware technician, computer engineer, VOIP engineer, mobile developer

Bachelor of Information Technology year 3

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology

Master’s and Doctoral studies Information technology professional with leadership roles in enterprise, network and solutions architecture, security and business intelligence

Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology

Information Technology Bachelor of Information Technology Design, engineer, build and create programs, networks, phone systems, mobile applications, databases and websites for the information and communication technologies of the future. Handson learning in IT. Duration Three years, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Specialise in programming, networks, phone systems, mobile applications, databases, servers and websites. Formalise recognition of your specialist information and communication technology ability and skills. Hands-on learning in IT. Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Level 7

Level 7

Entry IELTS 6.0

Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; or evidence of equivalent skills

Develop your skills in engineering and building programs, websites, databases, networks, and servers. Your stepping stone into the Bachelor of Information Technology or into the workforce. Hands-on learning in IT. Duration One year full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September Level 6 Entry IELTS 6.0

Entry IELTS 6.0

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,587 International: $19,500

Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6)

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,587 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,587 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria Degree in relevant discipline or equivalent study/ work experience

Entry Criteria Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5) or equivalent study/work experience

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5)

Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September

Build your skills to create programs, websites, computers and small networks. Your stepping stone into the Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5) or into the Bachelor of Information Technology. Hands-on learning in IT.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Develop your skills in creating programs, webpages, networks and databases. Your stepping stone to the Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6). Hands-on learning in IT.

Certificate in Information Technology

Duration Half year, full-time; part-time if places available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February

Level 5

Level 5

Entry IELTS 6.0

Entry IELTS 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,587 International: $19,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,852 International: $9,900

Entry Criteria Certificate in Information Technology or Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details; or evidence of equivalent skills

Entry Criteria Certificate in Computing or equivalent study/work experience

postgraduate studies Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology [pending approval]

Postgraduate Certificate in Information Technology [pending approval]

Research the latest developments in an area of interest to you. Update and extend your knowledge through in-depth study of the latest technology skills in your area of speciality. Enhance your Project Management skills. Choose hands-on learning relevant to your career from a range of options including, Data Mining, Cloud Computing, Business Analysis, Business Intelligence, ICT Infrastructure, Information Management, Mobile Devices, Network Design and Management, Security and Forensics, Quality Assurance and System Architecture.

Update and enhance your skills. Extend your knowledge through in-depth study of the latest technology skills in your area of speciality. Choose hands-on learning relevant to your career from a range of options including, Data Mining, Cloud Computing, Business Analysis, Business Intelligence, ICT Infrastructure, Information Management, Mobile Devices, Network Design and Management, Security and Forensics, Quality Assurance and System Architecture.

Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September Level 8 Entry IELTS 6.5 (no band below 6.0) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Please contact us Entry Criteria Degree in relevant discipline or equivalent study/ work experience

Duration One year, full-time; part-time options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Auckland – 18 February, 4 June, 16 September Level 8 Entry IELTS 6.5 (no band below 6.0) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Please contact us Entry Criteria Degree in relevant discipline or equivalent study/ work experience

English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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“I’ve wanted a career in nursing for years. Not only is Whitireia giving me the support and knowledge to get a Bachelor of Nursing, it’s giving me the skills to be a great nurse.” Lee Trudgett // bachelor of nursing


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nursing Bachelor of Nursing year 2

Bachelor of Nursing year 3

Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science)

Bachelor of Nursing Māori year 1

Bachelor of Nursing Māori year 2

Bachelor of Nursing Māori year 3

Diploma in Enrolled Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing Pacific year 1

Bachelor of Nursing Pacific year 2

Bachelor of Nursing Pacific year 3

Postgraduate study Registered nurse

Postgraduate study Registered nurse

Postgraduate study Registered nurse Enrolled nurse

National Certificate in Tamariki Ora – Well Child Services

Further nursing study

Nursing Bachelor of Nursing Become a nurse with a range of clinical skills in this supportive programme, offering hands-on experience. Whitireia nursing graduates are highly sought after for their practical, work-ready skills. Duration Three years, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,703 International: $22,500 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details, or equivalent academic/ work experience; evidence of suitability based on interview, health declaration, police vetting, referee reports

Bachelor of Nursing Māori Designed specifically for Māori students, this programme focuses on the health needs of Māori and non-Māori in the New Zealand context. Duration Three years, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 1 July Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,703 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details, or equivalent academic/ work experience; evidence of suitability based on interview, health declaration, police vetting, referee reports

Bachelor of Nursing Pacific Designed specifically for Pacific students, this programme focuses on the health needs of Pacific and non-Pacific communities in the New Zealand context. Duration Three years, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,703 International: $22,500 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details or equivalent academic/ work experience; evidence of suitability based on interview, health declaration, police vetting, referee reports

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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NURSING

Bachelor of Nursing year 1

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Foundation studies Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science) [also has exit qualification for Level 3] Develop skills and practices to help you move into further study in health science. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Kāpiti – 11 February Level 4 Entry IELTS 5.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,551 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

Competency Assessment Programme for Nurses

Nursing National Certificate in Tamariki Ora – Well Child Services

Diploma in Enrolled Nursing

Learn about child development and promoting child and whānau health in this programme for people working in well child services, which focuses on children under five years in clinics, clients’ homes, marae and Pacific health settings. This programme is delivered in partnership with Plunket.

Enrolled nurses work under the direction and delegation of a registered nurse, in a variety of health and disability settings. The programme provides theory and hands-on experience to develop the skills required to become an enrolled nurse. Duration 18 months, full-time

Duration One year, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 1 July

Campus/Start Dates Online – please contact us

Level 5

Level 4

Entry IELTS 6.5 in each band (Academic)

Entry IELTS 6.0

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Please contact us Entry Criteria 12 credits NCEA Level 1 English and 12 credits NCEA Level 1 mathematics; 36 credits NCEA Level 2 or equivalent; current First Aid Certificate, evidence of suitability based on police vetting and health declaration

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,572 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Open entry

If you are a nurse who has registered overseas, or one who wants to return to clinical practice after time away, this programme will help you apply for your annual practising certificate. Duration Two weeks of theory and a minimum of five weeks clinical Campus/Start Dates Three intakes per year – please contact us Level 7 Entry IELTS 7.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,745 International: $6,500 Entry Criteria Domestic students – nurses returning to practice need evidence of New Zealand registration/ enrolment or Nursing Council of New Zealand acceptance letter; curriculum vitae with references from previous nursing employers if possible International students [this process is currently under review by Nursing Council of New Zealand] – letter from Nursing Council of New Zealand, which invites you to complete the competency assessment programme plus curriculum vitae plus IELTS 7.0 or OET with a minimum of B pass and a minimum of one year, full-time clinical experience as a registered nurse We do not receive applications from agents

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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POSTGRADUATE studies

“The immense support and social networks available while completing my postgraduate studies, have been of great value. It's always good to come back to a place where you feel well supported.� Liku Simi // Postgraduate certificate in Nursing


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Postgraduate studies Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Health Care Specialty Nursing For registered nurses working in primary health and aged care. Enhance your practice and gain further knowledge and skills that reflect your specialty competence in this clinically-focused programme. Taught tutorial days are supported by online learning. The streams are: Complex Health Management, Family Health, Health of the Older Adult Person, Population and Personal Health, Well Child/Tamariki Ora. Graduates may also gain credit towards Master’s studies. Duration One year – (two papers can be completed over two years)

Postgraduate Certificate in Nursing For graduate nurses – build on your existing knowledge and experience in an environment that supports the acquisition of knowledge and skills in beginning nursing practice. You will be an employee of a health provider and will attend theory weeks at a polytechnic or workplace. Clinical practice is completed in a variety of placements. Taught tutorial days are supported by online learning. The streams are: Mental Health, Graduate Nurse, Change of Scope. Graduates may also gain credit towards Master’s studies. Duration One year – (graduate nurse strand is completed over two years)

Campus/Start Dates Tutorial blocks; delivered in Wellington (or Auckland WCTO only) – please contact us

Campus/Start Dates Please contact us

Level 8

Level 8

Entry IELTS 7.0

Entry IELTS 7.0

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,792 International: $23,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: Graduate Nurse: $3,792 Change of Scope – please contact us Mental Health – please contact us International: please contact us

Entry Criteria Registered nurse with a current New Zealand practising certificate, Bachelor degree or equivalent; relevant clinical employment for a minimum of two days per week

Postgraduate Certificate in Hospice Palliative Care For registered health professionals providing palliative care (aged care, hospital and community settings) or working in hospice. Extend your knowledge and gain a nationally recognised qualification that reflects your specialty competence in this clinically-focused programme which is designed for tertiary-qualified health professionals. Taught tutorial days are supported by online learning. Graduates may also gain credit towards Master’s studies. Duration One year – (two papers can be completed over two years) Campus/Start Dates Tutorial blocks delivered in Wellington – please contact us Level 8 Entry IELTS 7.0

Entry Criteria Registered nurse with a current New Zealand practising certificate, Bachelor degree or equivalent; currently employed (0.8 FTE or more)

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,683 International: $23,500 Entry Criteria Registered health professional with a current New Zealand practising certificate, Bachelor degree or equivalent; relevant clinical employment for a minimum of two days per week

Te Pou funded stream only: employed in a Ministry of Health funded mental health service (0.7 FTE or more) Change of scope stream only: nurses must have approval from Nursing Council of New Zealand to undertake this study

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

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Postgraduate Certificate in Perioperative Specialty Nursing

Duration One year – (two papers can be completed over two years) Campus/Start Dates Tutorial blocks delivered in Wellington or Christchurch – please contact us Level 8 Entry IELTS 7.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,683 International: $23,500 Entry Criteria Registered health professional with a current New Zealand practising certificate, Bachelor degree or equivalent; relevant clinical employment for a minimum of two days per week

For registered health professionals. Develop speciality knowledge and skills in relation to your role and the area of health you are employed in while gaining a nationally recognised qualification. Two papers are required to obtain this certificate. Optional papers are: Specialty Practice, Clinical Leadership, Primary Mental Health Care, Dual Disability, Forensic Practice 1 & 2, Advanced Paramedic Practice 1 & 2, Introduction to Talking Therapies, Urgent Community Care Practice 1 & 2, Advanced Social Work Practice, Social and Community Work Leadership [pending approval]. Graduates may also gain credit towards Master’s studies. Duration Can be over two years Campus/Start Dates Porirua – tutorial blocks – please contact us Level 8

Certificate in Health Professional Practice Development A range of professional practice development workshops/short courses that can be attended individually or accrued to gain a certificate. Modules can be used as evidence of professional development under the Health Practitioner Competency Assurance Act. Duration Variable – throughout the year Campus/Start Dates Various sites and online – please contact us Level 7 Entry IELTS 7.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Please contact us Entry Criteria Registered health professional with current New Zealand practising certificate or equivalent

Entry IELTS 7.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,588 International: $23,500 Entry Criteria Registered health professional with current New Zealand practising certificate, Bachelor degree or equivalent; employed in relevant clinical service for minimum three days per week

English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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POSTGRADUATE studies

For registered nurses providing perioperative care (e.g. OT, PACU, ED, medical/surgical) or outpatient settings. Gain a nationally recognised qualification that reflects your specialty competence in this clinically-focused programme. The learning facilitates the further development of professional knowledge and skill in this clinical speciality. Taught tutorial days are supported by online learning. Graduates may also gain credit towards Master’s studies.

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“The Whitireia paramedic programme is great. The tutors are fantastic, are able to cater to the different needs of students and they provide a lot of encouragement. I know that having an applied learning degree is going to take me places. The skills learnt in class are reinforced through a variety of practical experiences.� John whitehead // bachelor of health science (paramedic)


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PARAMEDIC PARAMEDIC

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Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science)

Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) year 1

Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) year 2

Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) year 3

Postgraduate study Paramedic

Certificate in Paramedic Practice

Foundation studies

Paramedic Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic)

Postgraduate study

Certificate in Paramedic Practice

Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science) [also has exit qualification for Level 3]

Gain skills to provide emergency medical care in a range of situations. Learn how to access, stabilise, treat and refer in the pre-hospital environment. For students with existing National Certificate or National Diploma in Ambulance Practice (Level 5) and practising level of BLS or ILS we also offer a flexible learning option. Please contact us for details.

If you are an experienced paramedic and are considering postgraduate study, this certificate will provide academic knowledge and competency for entry into a Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Paramedic Practice.

Develop skills and practices to help you move into further study in health science.

Duration One year, full-time or two years, part-time

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Kāpiti – 11 February

Duration Three years, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February

Level 4

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,703 International: $21,900 Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details, or equivalent academic/work experience; New Zealand Driver Licence, evidence of suitability based on police vetting, medical report, referee reports, interview

Level 7 Entry IELTS 6.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,805 International: please contact us Entry Criteria National Certificate or National Diploma in Ambulance Practice (Level 5), year 2 Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) and practising level: ALSB Paramedic (Wellington Free Ambulance) or Up Skill Paramedic (St John) or equivalent practising level. Approval of the Faculty of Health Paramedic RPL Committee and Faculty Assessment Committee (FAC)

Duration One year, full-time

Entry IELTS 5.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,551 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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postgraduate studies Postgraduate Certificate in Specialty Care For registered health professionals. Develop speciality knowledge and skills in relation to your role and the area of health you are employed in while gaining a nationally recognised qualification. Two papers are required to obtain this certificate. Optional papers are: Speciality Practice, Clinical Leadership, Primary Mental Health Care, Dual Disability, Forensic Practice 1 & 2, Advanced Paramedic Practice 1 & 2, Introduction to Talking Therapies, Urgent Community Care Practice 1 & 2, Advanced Social Work Practice, Social and Community Work Leadership [pending approval]. Successful graduates may also gain credits towards Master’s studies. Duration Can be over two years Campus/Start Dates Porirua – tutorial blocks – please contact us Level 8 Entry IELTS 7.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,588 International: $23,500 Entry Criteria Registered health professional with current New Zealand practicing certificate, Bachelor degree or equivalent; employed in relevant clinical service for minimum three days per week

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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SOCIAL & COMMUNITY WORK

“Studying social work at Whitireia has given me the chance to help my community.” Roydon shaw // bachelor of social work


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Social & Community Work Step through qualifications to reach your goal

Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science)

Bachelor of Social Work year 1

Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right National Certificate in Mental Health and Addiction Suppot

Bachelor of Social Work year 2

Postgraduate study

Bachelor of Social Work year 3

Become a social worker, community worker

National Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work)

Senior community worker

Social & Community Work Bachelor of Social Work

National Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work)

Become a social worker professional whose practice is underpinned by reflective and critical thinking and understands the context of the individuals, families and communities you serve. A Whitireia qualification is your first step to SWRB registration. Duration Three years, full-time (part-time with approval from programme leader)

For people wanting to develop a higher level of competence in mental health support work than is covered by the national certificate. If you have already successfully completed the national certificate, your programme of study will be 12 months in duration. You may have more seniority in the workplace, carry a higher level of responsibility and engage in more complex relationships with consumers/tāngata whai ora. You may also lead a team of mental health workers (NZQA 2007).

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February

Duration 18 months, full-time (field-based training)

Level 7 Entry IELTS 7.0 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,021 International: $20,900

Gain the knowledge and skills needed to work alongside mental health consumers/tāngata whai ora in achieving the best quality of life for all. Graduates will have the knowledge and skills to be support workers in mental health care, in the community or in mental health facilities. Duration One year, full-time (field-based training) Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Level 4

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – please contact us

Entry IELTS 6.0

Level 6

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,491 International: $20,900

Entry IELTS 6.5

Entry Criteria Whitireia degree entry requirements – refer page 12 for details or equivalent academic/work experience; full New Zealand Driver Licence, evidence of suitability based on police vetting, referee reports and interview

National Certificate in Mental Health and Addiction Support

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Please contact us Entry Criteria National Certificate in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) (Level 4) or equivalent education or work experience; in paid mental health support work; evidence of suitability based on police vetting, referee reports and interview

Entry Criteria NCEA Level 1 or evidence of equivalent skills and knowledge, evidence of suitability based on employers support letter, referee reports and police checks

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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SOCIAL & COMMUNITY WORK

Foundation studies Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science) [also has exit qualification for Level 3] Develop skills and practices to help you move into further study in early childhood education or social science. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February Level 4 Entry IELTS 5.5 in each band (Academic) Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,551 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 literacy and 8 credits NCEA Level 1 numeracy or equivalent

English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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“It’s a well run programme that teaches you that you can do anything you put your mind to. If you’re prepared to work hard, the world is your oyster.” Jiroselen Ng lam // certificate in office administration and computing (advanced)


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OFFICE ADMINISTRATION & COMPUTING Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Introductory)

Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Intermediate)

National Certificate in Computing (Level 2)

National Certificate in Computing (Level 3)

Certificate in Work Skills (Office Skills and Computing)

Flexi-Learn Computer Applications

Become a receptionist, office administrator, support worker, customer service representative

Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Advanced)

Further study Become an office manager, team leader, secretary, executive assistant, personal assistant Further study in information communications technology (ICT)

Office Administration & Computing Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Advanced)

Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Intermediate)

Gain PA or office management skills including MYOB and ACE payroll. Includes report writing, taking minutes, interpersonal communication skills, advanced word processing and relational database.

Learn to use Microsoft Office efficiently and to a level where you are ready for work. Improve your communication and administration skills in our simulated office environment.

Duration Half year, full-time; part-time and flexible* options available

Duration Half year, full-time; part-time and flexible* options available

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July Flexible* – enrol throughout the year Level 4

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July Kāpiti – 18 February, 29 July Wellington – 18 February, 29 July Flexible* – enrol throughout the year

Entry IELTS 5.5

Level 3

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,814 International: $10,500

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 2 English or evidence of skills/successful study/work experience, based on interview * Students studying the flexible option must have access to a computer with relevant software and internet/email

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,814 International: $10,500 Entry Criteria Open entry * Students studying the flexible option must have access to a computer with relevant software and internet/email

Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Introductory) Gain computing and office reception skills, learn how to email and use Microsoft Office efficiently. Learn a range of communication and administration skills and gain practical office administration skills in our simulated office environment. Duration Half year, full-time; part-time and flexible* options available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July Kāpiti – 18 February, 29 July Wellington – 18 February, 29 July Flexible* – enrol throughout the year Level 2 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free International: $10,500 Entry Criteria Open entry1 1 Entry criteria under review, please contact us * Students studying the flexible option must have access to a computer with relevant software and internet/email

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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OFFICE ADMINISTRATION / computing / work skills

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COMPUTING National Certificate in Computing (Level 3)

National Certificate in Computing (Level 2)

Flexi-Learn Computer Applications

Duration 12 weeks, full-time or flexi

These online, non-assessed computer training modules are for beginner to advanced level students who want the flexibility to study from home or work, using either Open Office or Microsoft Office.

Campus/Start Dates Please contact us

Campus/Start Dates Please contact us

Duration 20 hours per module

Level 2

Level 3

Entry IELTS 5.5

Campus/Start Dates Flexible* – enrol throughout the year

Entry IELTS 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free International: please contact us

L earn how to use Microsoft Office and other software applications efficiently. Gain valuable computer skills and become confident using computers.

Gain an introductory level computing qualification and move on to further study or employment.

Duration 15 weeks, full-time or flexi

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,030 International: please contact us

Level 2 Entry IELTS N/A Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Local: $130 per module International: please contact us

Entry Criteria Open entry1

Entry Criteria Open entry

Entry criteria under review, please contact us

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Entry Criteria Open entry * Students studying the flexible option must have access to a computer with relevant software and internet/email

YOUTH GUARANTEE Certificate in Work Skills (Office Skills and Computing) Learn computing and business skills to a level where you are ready for further study or towards work in an office environment. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July Wellington – 18 February, 29 July Kāpiti – 18 February, 29 July Level 2 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free Entry Criteria Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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sarah milne // certificate in beauty and hairdressing

BEAUTY / HAIRDRESSING / work skills

“I have always wanted to be a hairdresser. The programme at Whitireia has taught me all the skills I need to fulfil my dream of becoming qualified in the hairdressing industry.�


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Beauty & Hairdressing Step through qualifications to reach your goal Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Become a cosmetic representative, hairdressing apprentice, make-up artist

Certificate in Beauty and Hairdressing

Certificate in Work Skills (Retail and Cosmetic Services)

YOUTH GUARANTEE

Certificate in Beauty Therapy

Certificate in Work Skills (Retail and Cosmetic Services) Learn skills in retail and cosmetic services to progress on to further study or work in the retail area. Duration One year, full-time

Beautician, nail technician, sales and beauty consultant, owner-operator

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July Level 2

National Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) (Level 3)

Beauty

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free

Hairdressing apprenticeship

Entry Criteria Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

Beauty & Hairdressing

Certificate in Beauty Therapy

Hairdressing

Certificate in Beauty and Hairdressing

Learn essential theory and gain practical experience working on real clients. Includes the National Certificates in Beauty Services (Beautician and Nail Technology) (Level 4) and the opportunity to sit the internationally recognised City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy. Includes substantial practical experience to support the essential theory delivered. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February

Learn about make-up, cosmetics, beauty products and hairdressing. Graduates can enter the beauty industry, gain a hairdressing apprenticeship or go on to further study. Includes the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) (Level 3) and the opportunity to sit the internationally recognised City & Guilds Certificate in Beauty Therapy. Includes substantial practical experience to support the essential theory delivered.

Learn fundamental hairdressing and customer service skills to enable you to begin a hairdressing apprenticeship. Includes substantial practical experience to support the essential theory delivered.

Duration One year, full-time

Level 3

Level 4

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February Kāpiti – 18 February, 29 July

Entry IELTS 5.5

Level 3

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,555 International: $19,500

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry Criteria NCEA Level 2 or evidence of equivalent skills and knowledge

National Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) (Level 3)

Duration Half year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July

Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,308 International: $10,500 Entry Criteria NCEA Level 1 or evidence of equivalent skills and knowledge

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,340 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria NCEA Level 1 or evidence of equivalent skills and knowledge; Youth Guarantee places available; Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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RETAIL / FIRST LINE MANAGEMENT / work skills

Study while you work and develop your skills on one of the professional development programmes available at Whitireia.


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Retail & First Line Management Step through qualifications to reach your goal Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Work Skills (Retail and Cosmetic Services)

YOUTH GUARANTEE Certificate in Work Skills (Retail and Cosmetics Services)

Further study Retail employment

Certificate in Retail Management

Learn skills in retail and cosmetic services to progress on to further study or work in the retail area. Duration One year, full-time

Further study Career progression

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July Level 2

National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 3)

National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 4)

N/A

Further study

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free

Career progression

Entry Criteria Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

Retail

First Line Management National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 4)

National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 3)

This flexible, online programme is specifically designed for professional development in the workplace – to enhance workplace organisation, workplace relations, performance management and problem solving skills of supervisors and team leaders. The programme content is suitable for a wide range of industries. Duration Modular programme that can be completed within six months Campus/Start Dates Online – flexible; enrol throughout the year

This flexible, online programme is specifically designed for professional development in the workplace - to enhance the communication and people management skills of supervisors and team leaders already working in a team environment, or those who want to progress into this role. The programme content is suitable for a wide range of industries. Duration Modular programme that can be completed within six months Campus/Start Dates Online – flexible; enrol throughout the year

Level 4

Level 3

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry Criteria Must be in suitable employment and have manager's support; must have access to a computer and internet/email

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,668 International: $7,500 Entry Criteria Must be in suitable employment and have manager's support; must have access to a computer and internet/email

This supervisory level qualification is designed to enhance the knowledge and skill base of people who are employed in the retail industry. Includes the National Certificate in Retail (Level 3). An excellent professional development opportunity for people already working within the retail industry. Duration Modular programme that can be completed within six months Campus/Start Dates Flexible; enrol throughout the year Level 3 Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry IELTS 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,668 International: $7,500

Certificate in Retail Management

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free International: please contact us Entry Criteria Must be in retail employment and have manager's support

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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Hone kingi // Diploma in outdoor adventure

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE / TOURISM / work skills

“The outdoor adventure programme at Whitireia is fantastic. You get to study in the beauty of New Zealand's natural environment. The practical side of this programme is great and there is a lot of it.�


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Outdoor Adventure & Tourism Certificate in Outdoor Adventure

Step through qualifications to reach your goal Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Work Skills (Hospitality and Tourism)

Diploma in Outdoor Adventure

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

YOUTH GUARANTEE

Become a guide in outdoor adventure or tourism, skilled instructor, or outdoor educator

Further study Become a travel consultant, airport customer assistant, flight attendant, hotel receptionist, i-SITE consultant Further study Become a barista, kitchenhand, i-SITE consultant or airport customer assistant

Certificate in Work Skills (Hospitality and Tourism) Gain skills and knowledge to progress on to further study in the hospitality/tourism area. Learn about customer service, communication, tourism, coffee making and where to from here. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February Kāpiti – 18 February, 29 July Wellington – 18 February, 29 July Level 2 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free Entry Criteria Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

Outdoor Adventure

Tourism

Diploma in Outdoor Adventure

Certificate in Outdoor Adventure

Gain the skills to work as a multi-activity instructor. Get qualified to instruct in tramping and bush craft, kayaking, rock climbing, abseiling, low and high rope courses and adventure-based learning. Learn to lead groups and manage safety in New Zealand’s great outdoors. Includes work experience. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Kāpiti – 18 February Level 5

Gain skills in a wide range of outdoor adventure activities. Learn to kayak, rock climb, abseil, camp, tramp and survive. Head into the wild places of New Zealand and confidently use your knowledge, make good decisions and come back safely. Duration One year, full-time

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $6,654 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria Certificate in Outdoor Adventure or equivalent qualification/skills/work experience

Gain knowledge and skills to begin working in tourism or go on to further study. Join one of New Zealand’s most important and vibrant industries. Duration Half year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July

Campus/Start Dates Kāpiti – 18 February

Level 3

Level 3

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry IELTS 5.5

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

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,836 International: $10,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,493 International: $19,500 Entry Criteria Evidence of suitability for the programme and relevant outdoor experience, based on submitted log and interview

Entry Criteria NCEA Level 2 English or equivalent, or evidence of skills/knowledge, based on interview

Youth Guarantee places may be available; Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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VANESSA DUFFEL // certificate in PROFESSIONAL COOKERY

PROFESSIONAL COOKERY / HOSPITALITY / work skills

“Whitireia has been a good choice for me I have gained a lot of the skills needed to move into the industry. With great support from my tutors and realistic practical experiences I have succeeded in many areas.”


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Hospitality & Professional Cookery Step through qualifications to reach your goal Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Further study Become a barista, kitchenhand, i-SITE consultant or airport customer assistant

Certificate in Work Skills (Hospitality and Tourism) Certificate in Professional Cookery

Further study Become a chef or commis chef, progress to a sous or executive chef Further study Become a barista, front of house or kitchen hand

Certificate in Café Service Diploma in Professional Cookery year 1

Diploma in Professional Cookery year 2

National Diploma in Hospitality (Management) (Level 5) year 1

National Diploma in Hospitality (Management) (Level 5) year 2

Further study Become a chef or commis chef, progress to a sous or executive chef Further study Duty manager, hotel reception, front of house supervisor, food & beverage manager, concierge and event manager

Professional Cookery

Hospitality

Diploma in Professional Cookery

Certificate in Professional Cookery

Gain skills in food preparation, cooking and serving food along with specialist training in bakery and patisserie skills. Students will have the opportunity to gain three internationally recognised City & Guilds certificate and diploma qualifications and undertake an extensive supported internship in year two of this programme.

Covers all aspects of working in a professional kitchen. You will gain two internationally recognised City & Guilds qualifications and have an opportunity to undertake work experience.

Duration Two years, full-time

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 29 July Kāpiti – 18 February, 29 July

Campus/Start Dates Auckland – 14 February, 30 May, 12 September

Level 4

Level 5

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry IELTS 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $6,007 International: $19,900

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $6,007 International: Year 1: $19,900 Year 2: $9,800 Entry Criteria NCEA Level 2 English or evidence of equivalent skills based on literacy test/interview

Duration One year, full-time

National Diploma in Hospitality (Management) (Level 5) Gain knowledge, skills and practical experience to begin a career in the hospitality industry in front-line positions with hotels, restaurants and bars, leading to management level. Learn customer service, food management, beverage management, business concepts and communication for management. You will undergo an internship in the second year. Duration Two years, full-time Campus/Start Dates Auckland – 14 February, 30 May, 12 September Level 5 Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry Criteria NCEA Level 1 English or evidence of equivalent skills, based on literacy test. Evidence of suitability based on interview

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,475 International: Year 1: $20,313 Year 2: $18,687 Entry Criteria NCEA Level 2 or successful completion of an NZQA Level 3 programme of study in hospitality, catering, travel and tourism or relevant work experience

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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Certificate in Café Service

PROFESSIONAL COOKERY / HOSPITALITY / work skills

Gain skills and knowledge to work in the food and beverage industry and gain the National Certificate in Hospitality (Food and Beverage) (Level 2). This programme covers coffee making, food service and practical experience in our on-site training café. Duration 12 weeks, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February, 28 May, 2 September Kāpiti – 18 February, 28 May, 2 September Wellington – 18 February, 28 May, 2 September Auckland – 14 January, 8 April, 1 July, 23 September Level 2 Entry IELTS 5.0 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free International: $6,950 Entry Criteria Open entry1 Entry criteria under review, please contact us

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YOUTH GUARANTEE Certificate in Work Skills (Hospitality and Tourism) Gain skills and knowledge to progress on to further study in the hospitality/ tourism area. Learn about customer service, communication, tourism, coffee making and where to from here. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 18 February Kāpiti – 18 February, 29 July Wellington – 18 February, 29 July Level 2 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free Entry Criteria Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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“Studying carpentry at Whitireia has set me up for a great career as a builder.” LIA VILlIAMu // certificate in CARPENTRY


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trades Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Further study / apprenticeship Certificate in Automotive Engineering

Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Advanced)

Further study / apprenticeship

Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical & Mechnical Engineering)

Certificate in Trade Skills

Automotive engineer

Certificate in Carpentry

Further study / apprenticeship Certificate in Electrical Engineering

Further study / apprenticeship

AUTOMOTIVE Certificate in Motor Industry [Automotive Electrical & Mechanical Engineering] [For international students only]

This programme is designed specifically for international students to prepare them for work experience or long-term employment in New Zealand, as qualified Automotive Engineers. This certificate incorporates the unit standards required for the award of the NZQA Level 4 National Certificate in Motor Industry (Automotive Electrical and Mechanical Engineering). International students who study this programme are eligible to obtain work rights to their student visa allowing up to 20 hours per week during the year. Duration Three years, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 4 February, 29 July Level 4 Entry IELTS 5.5

Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Advanced) Gain a range of NZQA Motor Industry Level 3 and 4 unit standards, which will help you to become an apprentice automotive mechanical or electrical engineer. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 4 February, 29 July Level 3 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $6,070 International: $19,900 Entry Criteria Certificate in Automotive Engineering or evidence of work skills

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee International: $19,900

Certificate in Automotive Engineering Become an apprentice automotive, electrical or mechanical engineer, or work in the car retail sector, after completing this programme. Good mathematics skills are needed. Gain credits towards a Motor Industry National Certificate. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 4 February, 29 July Level 2 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,977 International: $19,900 Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 in each of numeracy and literacy units or equivalent Youth Guarantee places may be available; Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 in each of numeracy and literacy units or equivalent

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

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AUTOMOTIVE / ELECTRICAL / CARPENTRY / PLUMBING / TRADE SKILLS

Certificate in Plumbing Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing

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ELECTRICAL

Carpentry

Certificate in Electrical Engineering

Plumbing

Certificate in Carpentry

Certificate in Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing

[includes National Certificate in Electrical Engineering (Level 2)]

Gain knowledge and practice in wiring skills to work in the electrical trade. Good mathematics skills are needed. Work experience on the programme will help you find paid work as an apprentice or in retail sales.

Work towards becoming an apprentice carpenter on this programme, approved by the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO). Duration One year, full-time

Duration One year, full-time

Level 3

Level 3 Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry IELTS 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,926 International: $19,900

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,941 International: $19,900

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 in each of numeracy and literacy units or equivalent

Level 3

Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,904 International: $19,900 Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 in each of numeracy and literacy units or equivalent Youth Guarantee places may be available; Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 29 July

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 29 July Kāpiti – 11 February Ōtaki – 29 July

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 29 July

Work towards becoming an apprentice plumber, drainlayer, gasfitter or roofer.

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 in each of numeracy and literacy units or equivalent

Youth Guarantee places may be available; Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

Youth Guarantee places may be available; Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

Trade Skills Certificate in Trade Skills [includes National Certificate in Motor Industry (Foundation Skills) (Level 1)]

Try out a range of trade skills including electrical, motor mechanics, plumbing, carpentry, road safety and driving skills. You will be well prepared for further study. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 29 July Level 2 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $700 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Open entry Youth Guarantee places may be available; Youth Guarantee entry criteria applies, please contact us

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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transport

“I chose Whitireia to study civil construction. The tutors are awesome and have a wealth of knowledge to pass on.” YVONNE CASHMORE // certificate in CIVIL CONSTRUCTION (introductory skills)


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Transport Step through qualifications to reach your goal Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Commercial Road Transport

Drive trucks, forklifts, special vehicles

Certificate in Civil Construction (Introductory Skills)

Drive diggers, trucks, loaders, rollers, special vehicles

Transport Certificate in Civil Construction (Introductory Skills)

Certificate in Commercial Road Transport Learn to drive trucks, forklifts and special type vehicles to gain employment in the road transport and related industries. Duration 12 weeks, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 20 May, 26 August Level 3 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,086 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Full New Zealand Driver Licence

Gain the knowledge, skills and qualifications to build and maintain roads in New Zealand. You will be well prepared for employment in the roading industry. Duration One year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 11 February, 29 July Level 3 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $5,668 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Full New Zealand Driver Licence or the ability to achieve this prior to the end of the programme

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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Floristry / horticulture

If you're looking for a career as a florist, study floristry at Whitireia.


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Floristry & Horticulture Step through qualifications to reach your goal Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

National Certificate in Floristry (Level 2)

Employment in a retail florist, assistant florist

National Certificate in Horticulture (Introductory) (Level 2)

Employment in organic horticulture

Certificate in Horticulture and Landscaping

Employment in basic landscape design, pruning, vermiculture

Horticulture

Floristry National Certificate in Floristry (Level 2)

Certificate in Horticulture and Landscaping

Gain skills in retail floristry so you can work as an assistant florist. Duration Half year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 4 February, 1 July

Entry IELTS 5.5

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 4 February, 1 July

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $3,096 International: $10,500

Learn organic production principles in a practical and hands-on learning environment. This 20 week National Certificate programme provides graduates with basic skills for entry level employment across a range of horticultural fields. Skills are gained through the practical implementation of industry practices including organic principles and management techniques. Students may continue their study by enrolling in the Certificate in Horticulture and Landscaping and completing the second half of the programme. Duration Half year, full-time

Level 3

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 in each of numeracy and literacy units or evidence of equivalent skills

Introduction to Floral Design

The first half of this programme covers the content of the National Certificate in Horticulture (Introductory) and the second half gives students the opportunity to extend their knowledge and skills in organic horticulture. It also includes an introduction to landscape design, pruning, botany and advanced soil management. Duration One year, full-time

Level 2

Short Course

National Certificate in Horticulture (Introductory) (Level 2)

Entry IELTS 5.5

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – 4 February, 1 July

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $1,219 International: $8,900

Level 2

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 in each of numeracy and literacy units or evidence of equivalent skills

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $615 International: please contact us

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry Criteria 8 credits NCEA Level 1 in each of numeracy and literacy units or evidence of equivalent skills

8 week programme Porirua – March, October Please contact us * Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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TE REO / WEAVING / whakairo / WAKA AMA

“Choosing Whitireia as my learning institution has been the right decision for me. The quality of teaching is of a high standard and the learning environment is friendly, respectful and non-judgemental.” faye pereira // certificate in mastercraft (ngĀ tapuwae o hine-te-iwaiwa)


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Te Reo Practicing artist or craftsperson, art galleries, museums

Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

Step through qualifications to reach your goal

Futher study

Start on the left and journey to outcomes on the right

Certificate in Mastercraft

Practicing artist or craftsperson, art galleries, museums

Certificate in Waka Ama

Certificate in Waka Ama (Advanced)

Te Hiringa o Te Reo

Certificate in Reo Māori – Te Ara Piko

Coaching competitive paddling, managing waka ama teams, waka ama event management

Training in kohanga, kura kaupapa, policy, journalism, education, tourism, Maāori business

National Diploma in Reo Māori (Level 5)

Te Reo National Diploma in Reo Māori (Level 5)

Certificate in Reo Māori – Te Ara Piko

Te Hiringa o Te Reo

Extend your understanding and ability in te reo Māori me ngā tikanga. Learn to perform with confidence in formal and informal Māori cultural settings.

Develops knowledge and skills of those who have little or no reo Māori to enable them to write, speak, listen and read in te reo Māori. Night classes will be available for Levels 1, 2 and 3.

Duration One year, full-time

Duration One year, full-time or night classes for 17 weeks

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – February

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – February

Level 5

Level 4

Entry IELTS 5.5

Entry IELTS 5.5

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $4,150 International: $9,500

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free International: $5,900

Entry Criteria National Certificate in Reo Māori (Level 4) or equivalent

Entry Criteria Open entry

Learn te reo Māori at your own pace using CDs and an explanatory workbook in this beginners’ programme. Duration Self-paced Campus/Start Dates Porirua – anytime from January onwards Level 1 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: free International: please contact us Entry Criteria Open entry

* Fees, programmes and dates are subject to change. Please confirm before applying to enrol. www.whitireia.ac.nz

IELTS 5.0 = TOEFL (Paper) 500/TOEFL (computer) 185

English, Fluent: IELTS 5.5 = TOFEL (paper) 525/TOEFL (computer) 196


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Weaving

Whakairo

Certificate in Mastercraft

Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

[with specialisation in Ngā Tapuwae o Hine-te-iwaiwa]

[with specialisation in Ngā Tapuwae o Hine-te-iwaiwa]

Production and exhibition of a major body of work.

Duration One year, part-time

Entry IELTS 6.0

Campus/Start Dates Porirua – January Level 5 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,326 International: $10,500

Duration One year, part-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – February Level 7

Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,967 International: please contact us Entry Criteria Undergraduate degree or equivalent, relevant to the area in which the student plans to undertake the body of work and evidence of ability based on a portfolio and interview

Learn the processes and techniques required for the production of selected carved objects and gain understanding of aspects pertaining to Māori arts such as origins and tikanga or whakairo, terminology, identification, meaning and application of various designs and surfaces. Duration Half year, full-time; part-time options may be available Campus/Start Dates Porirua – February, July Level 5 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $2,326 International: $10,500 Entry Criteria Certificate in Visual Arts (Level 4) or equivalent and evidence of skills/ability based on interview and portfolio

Entry Criteria Certificate in Visual Arts (Level 4) or equivalent; evidence of skills/ability based on portfolio and interview

Waka Ama Certificate in Waka Ama (Advanced) Advance your knowledge in waka ama and compete at a national level. Duration Half year, full-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – October Level 5 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $565 International: $6,500 Entry Criteria Certificate in Waka Ama (Level 4) or equivalent

Certificate in Waka Ama Learn basic knowledge and skills that will enable you to actively participate in a range of waka ama activities. Duration Half year, part-time Campus/Start Dates Porirua – April Level 4 Entry IELTS 5.5 Fees (NZ$) plus student association fee Domestic: $565 International: $6,500 Entry Criteria Open entry

English, Fluent Advanced: IELTS 6.0 = TOFEL (paper) 550/TOEFL (computer) 213

0800 whitireia (0800 944 847)

TE REO / WEAVING / whakairo / WAKA AMA

Learn to prepare a range of materials for weaving and using these, specialise in raranga (kete etc), or whatu (cloak-making etc), or tukutuku (lattice wall panels) to create artworks. You will gain knowledge and competency to be able to prepare for, plan and produce woven art forms to a high standard and present these for exhibition or other form of public display.

Certificate in Mastercraft [with specialisation in whakairo]


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Enrolment process

Ok, so you want to study with us. Here’s what to do. Decide what you would like to study Information about the programmes we offer, along with entry criteria and fees can be found in this prospectus, at www.whitireia.ac.nz or by calling us on 0800 Whitireia (0800 944 847). International students can email us at international@whitireia.ac.nz or call us on +64 4 237 3100.

Apply to enrol online

www.whitireia.ac.nz

by post Complete the Application to Enrol form and return to: Information & Enrolment Centre Whitireia New Zealand Wineera Drive International students please refer Private Bag 50910 to the Application to Enrol form Porirua City 5240 on page 90, for details on where to New Zealand return your completed form to.

in person

Refer to page 93 for your closest Whitireia campus

Assessment

Note: Some programmes require you to complete an Additional Information form. Please check with us for further details. You will need to provide proof of your identity and residency. If you are applying in person, please bring your birth certificate or passport with you. We will photocopy and return it to you. If you are posting your application, please send verified copies of your documents. Please do not send originals. A verified copy is a document, which has been signed by a solicitor, Justice of the Peace (JP) or kaumātua as being a true copy of the original. It’s best to apply early as places are limited. Late applications may be accepted if there is space available on a programme.

We will assess your application. If you are required to attend an interview or audition, we will contact you to arrange a date and time. Once your application is approved, we will send you a letter offering you a place on the programme you have selected. Please sign and return the confirmation of study that will be sent to you, to secure your place.

Fees Domestic students Ensure your fees are paid before your programme starts. If you are intending to pay by student loan, apply to www.studylink.govt.nz as soon as possible.

International students You will be advised of the fees payable for your study. This will include the fee payable for your programme of study plus any other additional fees such as special programme delivery fees, homestay booking fee, insurance, airport pick-up fees plus others as applicable. You will need to ensure that all fees are paid before your programme starts. When your fees are received you or your agent will receive a faxed copy of your fees receipt. This receipt and the letter you receive from us, offering you a place on the programme, can be used to apply for a student visa.

www.whitireia.ac.nz 0800 whitireia (0800 944 847) +64 4 237 3100 info@whitIreia.ac.nz International@whitireia.ac.nz [international students only]


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Application to Enrol New students: Please complete ALL sections of this form Returning students: Please complete sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 14

Title

Mr

Have you enrolled at Whitireia before?

Mrs

Miss

Ms

Other

Yes

APPLICATION to ENROL [domestic students]

1. Personal details

Year No

If yes, what was the most recent year you were enrolled at Whitireia? If you were previously enrolled at Whitireia under a different name, what was that name?

If other, please specify Legal surname

Student ID (if known)

Legal first name/s

2. Programme details

Preferred name (if different)

Programme name Date of birth

Gender Male

Day

Month

Female

Start date

Programme code

Level

Year

Postal address

Semester

Papers/modules (if applicable)

Suburb Town/City

Postcode

Address while studying (if different)

Suburb

Do you intend to study full-time or part-time? Town/City

Postcode

Telephone

Full-time

Part-time

Mobile Where do you intend to study?

Email address

How would you prefer to receive correspondence from us? Email

Porirua

Wellington

Distance

KÄ piti

Auckland

Online

Please check our website or contact us to ensure the programme you wish to study is offered at your preferred campus and has part-time options available (if applicable)

Post

NSI/NZQA number (if known)

Do you expect to complete your qualification this year? Yes

No

OFFICE USE ONLY IEC

Date

Initial

Received from applicant

FACULTY Accept

AA

Letter

Inv

AD

AW

EA

Comments

Initial

No July 2012

AP AR

Date Yes


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3. Entry requirements

5. Citizenship details

Entry requirements differ for each programme. To assist us in processing your application, please include all required documentation, e.g. your curriculum vitae or academic transcript. Certain programmes require an additional information form to be completed. Please check our website or contact us for details.

Please indicate your citizenship or permanent resident status. Tick only one box

4. Fee payment details

New Zealand citizen

NZ permanent resident

Australian citizen

Other

If other, please specify

Your fees are due for payment before the start of your programme of study. Please indicate how you intend to pay your fees. Tick only one box

You must produce your New Zealand or Australian Birth Certificate or Passport, or International Passport with Permanent Residence Visa to verify your residency status. Verified copies of original documents are acceptable.

Student loan Apply at www.studylink.govt.nz for your financial assistance. Start your application as soon as possible to avoid delays. Use the StudyLink website tools to ensure you are eligible for a student loan and/or allowance. If your loan application is not approved, you will still be liable for any fees due.

IRD no

-

-

EFTPOS

6. Ethnicity Which ethnic group/s do you belong to? Tick up to three boxes 111

NZ European/Pakeha

341

Niue

211

NZ Māori

351

Tokelauan

If you identify as NZ Māori, please indicate your Iwi. List up to three

361

Fijian

371

Other Pacific Peoples

411

Filipino

412

Cambodian

Cash Cheque Please make cheque payable to Whitireia Community Polytechnic

Credit card 121

British/Irish

413

Vietnamese

122

Dutch

414

Other Southeast Asian

123

Greek

421

Chinese

124

Polish

431

Indian

125

South Slav

441

Sri Lankan

126

Italian

442

Japanese

127

German

443

Korean

128

Australian

444

Other Asian

Please make payment to the following account and include your legal name as reference

129

Other European

511

Middle Eastern

ASB Bank Limited Account name: Whitireia Community Polytechnic Account number: 12-3244-0004001-00

311

Samoan

521

Latin American

321

Cook Islands Māori

531

African

Company or employer

331

Tongan

611

Other

We accept Visa and Mastercard

Credit card number Cardholder’s name

Cardholder's signature

Expiry date Month

Amount Year

$

Direct credit

Attach a letter of authority from the company or your employer. If this is not supplied, the invoice will be in your name. If the company or your employer does not pay your fees, you will be liable for any fees due.

Work and Income

If you selected Other European, Other Pacific Peoples, Other Southeast Asian, Other Asian or Other, please specify

Is English your first language?

Yes

No


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7. Secondary education

9. Prior activity

What was the name of the last secondary school you attended? State overseas if applicable

What was your main activity or occupation in New Zealand as at 1 October last year? Tick only one box Secondary school student

07

College of Education student

What was your last year at secondary school?

02

Non-employed or beneficiary

08

House person or retired

What is the highest level of achievement you hold from a secondary school? Tick only one box

03

09

Overseas (irrespective of occupation)

11

Private Training Establishment student

12

Wト]anga student

00

No formal secondary qualification

11

14 or more credits at any level

12

NCEA Level 1 or School Certificate

13

NCEA Level 2 or 6th Form Certificate

14

University Entrance

15

NCEA Level 3, Bursary or Scholarship

09

Overseas qualification (includes International Baccalaureate and Cambridge Exams)

98

Other

99

Not known

04

05

06

Wage or salary worker Self-employed University student Polytechnic/Institute of Technology student

10. Disability details This information is confidential. It is used for statistical purposes and to help us understand your requirements. Do you have a disability, injury, illness or learning difficulty? Yes

No

If yes, please describe your condition/disability

In what year did you attain this qualification?

Your highest level of achievement may be an award such as School Certificate, or you may have achieved a number of credits or a National Certificate at a certain level on the National Qualifications Framework. Your NZQA Record of Learning shows how many credits you have.

8. Tertiary education Will this be the first time you have enrolled in a tertiary institution since leaving secondary school? Yes

No

Would you like someone to contact you to discuss your requirements? Yes

No

11. Emergency contact details Who should we contact in case of emergency? Name Telephone

If no, what was the year of your first enrolment? Mobile What was the name of the tertiary institution at which you studied?

What is the highest academic qualification you hold from a tertiary institution, e.g. certificate, diploma, degree?

Relationship

12. Marketing information How did you find out about us, e.g. advertising, brochures, school, website or other?

Tertiary institutions include University, Polytechnic, College of Education, Private Training Establishment, or Wト]anga, either in New Zealand or overseas. Do not include enrolments in STAR, community or hobby classes.

APPLICATION to ENROL [domestic students]

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13. Enrolment information

15. Declaration

Disclaimer

Fees

Whitireia reserves the right to cancel or postpone any of the courses and/or programmes and shall not be liable for any claim other than the proportion of course/programme fees which the cancelled portion bears. Some courses and programmes may be dependent upon formal approval, Ministry of Education funding allocation and number of enrolments.

In signing this Application to Enrol form, I undertake to pay all fees as they become due, and to meet any late fees and collection charges associated with debt recovery. The Whitireia policy on withdrawal and refund of fees may be obtained from the Information & Enrolment Centre.

Privacy Information Whitireia collects and stores information from this form to comply with Government statutes and regulations. It may also be used to select students for qualifications and for internal reporting. Information may be sought from other educational organisations for the purpose of verifying academic records. When required by law, we will release information to Government agencies as directed. Information may be disclosed to other agencies, such as the Ministry of Education, Audit New Zealand, New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Skill New Zealand, Industry Training Organisations, industry licensing and registration bodies, other tertiary institutions and providers of work experience, where applicable. Whitireia publishes lists of graduates. In signing this form, you authorise such disclosure. Whitireia observes the general conditions governing the release of information. You may see information about you and amend any errors. At certain times, Whitireia capture photographs of its students. Signing this form gives Whitireia the right to use these photographs in any of its marketing material, including, print and online. Any photographs taken will only be used in a tasteful, relevant and culturally sensitive manner.

Rules In signing this Application to Enrol form, I undertake to comply with the published rules and policies of Whitireia, which may be obtained from the Information & Enrolment Centre.

Declaration I declare that, to the best of my knowledge, all the information supplied on and with this enrolment form is true and correct. I agree to abide by the conditions and I consent to the disclosure of personal information as described below. I acknowledge that my enrolment is not complete until I have provided all relevant personal information, established my identity, and paid all the relevant fees and charges in accordance with the Whitireia terms and conditions of enrolment.

Signature

Date

Day

Month

Year

Signature of Parent/Guardian (if applicant is less than 18 years old)

14. Checklist To ensure we are able to process your application, have you: Completed all required sections of this form? Attached all necessary documentation to confirm your citizenship and identity? Signed the declaration (Section 15)? Attached any required entry documentation, e.g. curriculum vitae or academic transcript?

Verified copies of original documents are acceptable. A verified copy is a photocopy of the original document, which has been signed by a solicitor, Justice of the Peace (JP) or kaumatua as being a true copy of the original. If you are applying to enrol in person, original documents will be photocopied and returned to you.

Date

Day

Month

Year

16. What to do now Please return your completed form to:

Whitireia New Zealand Information & Enrolment Centre Wineera Drive Private Bag 50910 Porirua City 5240 NEW ZEALAND

www.whitireia.ac.nz


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Application to Enrol (international students) If you apply through an approved Whitireia agent, all correspondence relating to your application will be forwarded back to this agent. This form is to be completed in English.

How would you prefer to receive correspondence from us? Email

Title

Mr

Mrs

APPLICATION to ENROL [international Students]

1. Personal details

Year

Ms

Miss

Other

Post

Passport number

If other, please specify Passport expiry date

Legal surname

Day

Month

Year

Issuing country

Legal first name/s

Have you enrolled at Whitireia before?

Preferred name (if different)

Yes

No

If yes, what was the most recent year you were enrolled at Whitireia? Date of birth

Gender Male

Day

Month

Female

If you were previously enrolled at Whitireia under a different name, what was that name?

Year

Address in country of origin

Student ID (if known)

2. Agent details Suburb

Agent name

Town/City Country

Telephone*

Agent email Mobile* Agent telephone

*Include country and area codes

Email address

Place agent stamp here

Address in New Zealand

Suburb Town/City

Telephone

Postcode

Mobile

OFFICE USE ONLY Date

Email address

Initial

Received from applicant AA

Letter

Inv

AD

AW

EA

July 2012

AP AR


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3. Ethnicity

5. Language

Which ethnic group/s do you belong to? Tick up to three boxes

What is your first language?

121

British/Irish

411

Filipino

122

Dutch

412

Cambodian

123

Greek

413

Vietnamese

124

Polish

414

Other Southeast Asian

125

South Slav

421

Chinese

126

Italian

431

Indian

127

German

441

Sri Lankan

129

Other European

442

Japanese

311

Samoan

443

Korean

321

Cook Islands MÄ ori

444

Other Asian

331

Tongan

511

Middle Eastern

341

Niue

521

Latin American

351

Tokelauan

531

African

361

Fijian

611

Other

371

Other Pacific Peoples

If you selected Other European, Other Pacific Peoples, Other Southeast Asian, Other Asian or Other, please specify

Where did you study English? University/tertiary institute/ college

Secondary school Private language school

If you have been tested in English (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS) please state results

6. Programme details Which programme/s would you like to apply for? Please state in order of preference. Programme name

Start date Day

Month

Year

Programme name

Start date Day

Month

Year

Entry requirements differ for each programme. Please check our current prospectus or contact us before selecting your programme of study.

4. Education history

Where do you intend to study?

What is the highest level of achievement you hold from a secondary school?

Will this be the first time you have enrolled in a tertiary institution since leaving secondary school? Yes

No

If no, what was the year of your first enrolment? What is the highest academic qualification you hold from a tertiary institution, e.g. certificate, diploma, degree?

Auckland

Porirua

KÄ piti

Wellington

Please check our website or contact us to ensure the programme you wish to study is offered at your preferred campus.

When do you expect to arrive in New Zealand? Day

Month

Year

When do you expect to start your study? Day

Month

Year

Weeks of English study required: Where did you achieve this qualification, e.g. institution, country?

In what year did you attain this qualification?

New English language students must attend placement testing. Applicants must also include a copy of their latest test results for TOEFL or IELTS tests.


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7. Fee payment details

Details of policy name

Your fees are due for payment before the start of your programme of study. Please indicate how you intend to pay your fees. Tick only one box

Start date Months

Years

Day

Month

Year

We accept Visa and Mastercard

9. Health details

Credit card number

Whitireia is required to know about any pre-existing medical conditions to support your enrolment of study. This information is confidential. It is used for statistical purposes and to help us understand your requirements.

Cardholder’s name

Cardholder's signature

Do you have any existing allergies, medical/health conditions or special needs?

Expiry date Month

Amount $

Year

Yes

No

If yes, please state

Direct credit Please make payment to the following account and include your student ID or Offer of Place reference number as reference

ASB Bank Limited Corporate & Institutional Banking Branch Level 21, ASB Bank Centre, 135 Albert Street PO Box 35, Auckland 1015, New Zealand ASB BIC Code: BCPLNZ000015 ASB Swift Code: ASBBNZ2A ASB BSB Code: 123244 Account name: Whitireia Community Polytechnic Account number: 12-3244-0004001-00

10. Emergency contact details Who should we contact in case of emergency? Name Relationship

8. Services Do you require us to arrange airport pickup for you? Yes

No

Do you require us to make homestay arrangements for you? Yes

No

Suburb Town/City Postcode

Country

Telephone*

Mobile*

Do you require information on alternative accommodation? Yes

No

*Include country and area codes

Email address If yes, we will send you more detailed information and an accommodation request form. These service costs will be factored into the enrolment offer. However, you may request this service at any time during your time of study.

Do you require travel and medical insurance? Yes

No

It is compulsory for all international students to have comprehensive travel and medical insurance. We will arrange insurance for the period of your enrolment. To be exempt, you must provide us with translated proof that your travel and medical insurance adequately covers you during your time at Whitireia.

11. Marketing information How did you find out about us, e.g. advertising, brochures, school, agent, website or other?

APPLICATION to ENROL [international Students]

Credit card

Expiry date


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12. Enrolment information

14. Declaration

New Zealand Privacy Act Personal information is protected by the New Zealand Privacy Act 1993. The Information collected and held by Whitireia will be used to register and enrol you, to assist you with your studies, to arrange for your stay in New Zealand, to monitor your welfare and progress, and to keep in touch with you in the future. Whitireia collects and stores information from this form to comply with Government statutes and regulations. It may also be used to select students for qualifications and for internal reporting. Information may be sought from other educational organisations for the purpose of verifying academic records. When required by law, we will release information to Government agencies as directed. Information may be disclosed to other agencies, such as the Ministry of Education, Audit New Zealand, New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Skill New Zealand, Industry Training Organisations, industry licensing and registration bodies, other tertiary institutions and providers of work experience, where applicable. Whitireia publishes lists of graduates. At certain times, Whitireia capture photographs of its students. Signing this form gives Whitireia the right to use these photographs in any of its marketing material, including, print and online. Any photographs taken will only be used in a tasteful, relevant and culturally sensitive manner. In signing this form, you authorise such disclosure. Whitireia observes the general conditions governing the release of information. You may see information about you and amend any errors. Code of Practice Whitireia 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 www.minedu.govt.nz/goto/international Refund information • All applications for refunds must be on the International Transfer and Withdrawal form, obtainable from the faculty or international enrolments team. Supporting information must be submitted in writing. • If Immigration New Zealand refuses to grant you an initial visa for study in New Zealand or to extend an existing visa, you will be entitled to a 95% refund of the tuition fees. • If you wish to withdraw your application and leave New Zealand, and notice is received by the international enrolments team, a minimum of two weeks before your programme starts, 75% of paid fees will be refunded. • If you wish to withdraw and/or do not attend the start of the programme, and you give notice to the international enrolments team up to two weeks after the programme starts, 50% of fees will be refunded. No refund will be given after classes have been operating for two weeks. • If you wish to transfer to another tertiary institution, 75% of fees will be paid directly to that institution. Notice must be received by the international enrolments team up to two weeks before your programme starts. An unconditional Offer of Place from the other institution will be required for the transfer of funds to be arranged. • If you are undertaking English and have extra weeks of prepaid study, you cannot be refunded but can be credited to another programme at Whitireia. • If you are undertaking English and reach the IELTS level required for degree study and wish to transfer to another institution, your remaining portion of fees (with 30% administration charge deducted) will be paid directly to that institution. An unconditional Offer of Place will be required for this transfer to be arranged. • If you are taking a semester-based programme and gain New Zealand permanent residency, you will not receive a refund of fees for the semester in which permanent residency is granted. However, in following semesters you will be treated as a New Zealand permanent resident and refunded any international fees paid for those semesters. • Exceptional circumstances of a compassionate nature, as approved by Whitireia, may necessitate you to withdraw from your programme. In these circumstances, the amount of fees refunded will be at the discretion of Whitireia. Supporting information must be supplied in writing. • If you receive a deferment, you are not subsequently entitled to apply for a refund. • Refunds are paid in New Zealand dollars or a nominated currency by cheque or bank draft sent to one of the following: • the applicant’s registered address (in country of origin), or • another tertiary institution • Under special circumstances, the refund can be paid directly into a nominated bank account. • All refunds incur a bank/administration charge. Whitireia New Zealand Limited • If you wish to withdraw and/or do not attend the start of the programme and you give notice to the international enrolments team up to two weeks after the programme starts, 75% of fees will be refunded. No refund will be given after classes have been operating for two weeks. Disclaimer Whitireia reserves the right to cancel or postpone any courses and/or programmes and will not be liable for any claim other than the proportion of course/programme fee which the cancelled portion bears. Courses and programmes may be dependent upon the number of enrolments and/or funding. If Whitireia is unable to proceed with a course/programme offered to a student, the tuition fee is refunded in full.

I declare that, to the best of my knowledge, all the information supplied on and with this Application to Enrol form is true and correct. I agree to abide by the conditions and I consent to the disclosure of personal information as described below. I acknowledge that my enrolment is not complete until I have provided all relevant personal information, established my age and identity, and paid all the relevant fees and charges in accordance with the Whitireia terms and conditions of enrolment.

Rules In signing this Application to Enrol form, I undertake to comply with the published rules and policies of Whitireia. I accept that attendance at any class will make me liable for all fees and charges.

Fees In signing this Application to Enrol form, I undertake to pay all fees as they become due, and to meet any late fees and collection charges associated with debt recovery. The Whitireia policy on withdrawal and refund of fees have been read and understood.

Immigration I understand that Immigration New Zealand will be notified if attendance and progress is below minimum standards. I authorise Immigration New Zealand and the Department of Labour to provide Whitireia with any personal details regarding my immigration status, including any information that I have submitted to Immigration New Zealand in the course of any visa or permit application.

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15. What to do now 13. Checklist To ensure we are able to process your application, have you: Completed all required sections of this form? Attached all necessary documentation to confirm your citizenship and identity? Signed the declaration (Section 14)? Attached any required academic documentation to support this application Attached IELTS or equivalent English certificate Attached two passport size photos

If you are applying to study in Auckland, please return your completed form to: Whitireia New Zealand International Enrolments 450 Queen Street PO Box 106219 Auckland 1143 NEW ZEALAND If you are applying to study in Porirua, Kāpiti or Wellington, please return your completed form to: Whitireia New Zealand International Enrolments Wineera Drive Private Bag 50910 Porirua City 5240 NEW ZEALAND


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Subject index

G Gasfitting Certificate in Plumbing Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing

Certificate in Beauty and Hairdressing National Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) (Level 3) 73 73 73

B Beauty 64 64

Business Bachelor of Applied Business Studies Certificate in Foundation Education (Business) Graduate Diploma in Applied Business Studies New Zealand Diploma in Business

43 25/44 43 43

C Carpentry Certificate in Carpentry

74

Creative Writing Bachelor of Applied Arts (Creative Writing) Diploma in Creative Writing (Advanced) Diploma in Creative Writing Graduate Diploma in Creative Writing

27 27 28 27

D Drainlaying Certificate in Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing

Certificate in Multimedia Journalism Diploma in Radio Journalism National Diploma in Journalism (Multi-media) (Level 5)

New Zealand Law Society Legal Executive Diploma

NZIM Diploma in Management

Multimedia

29

Music

66 66 78 78

Foundation Studies 25/44 25/50/55 25/41/59 25/32 25

71 68/71 70

46 47 47 46 46 47 47

J Journalism

44 44

Floristry

Certificate in Foundation Education (Business) Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science) Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science) Certificate in Foundation Music Certificate in Preparation for Tertiary Study

Bachelor of Information Technology Certificate in Information Technology Diploma in Information Technology (Level 5) Diploma in Information Technology (Level 6) Graduate Diploma in Information Technology Postgraduate Certificate in Information Technology Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology

M Management

First Line Management

Introduction to Floral Design National Certificate in Floristry (Level 2)

78 78

I Information Technology

74

F Film & Television Production National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 4) National Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 3)

Certificate in CafĂŠ Service Certificate in Work Skills (Hospitality and Tourism) National Diploma in Hospitality (Management) (Level 5)

74

English Language

Certificate in Film and Television Production

Certificate in Horticulture and Landscaping National Certificate in Horticulture (Introductory) (Level 2)

L Legal

E Electrical Certificate in English Language (Advanced) Certificate in English Language

Horticulture Hospitality

Certificate in Beauty Therapy Certificate in Beauty and Hairdressing

Certificate in Electrical Engineering

64 64

Certificate in Digital Media Certificate in Graphic Design Diploma in Digital Design Diploma in Digital Design and Multi-media Bachelor of Applied Arts (Music) Certificate in DJ Music Certificate in Foundation Music Certificate in Live Sound and Event Production Certificate in Rock, Jazz and Commercial Music Certificate in Work Skills Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

29 29 28

44

44 38 38 38 38 31 32 25/32 32 32 32 31 31

N Nursing Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Nursing MÄ ori Bachelor of Nursing Pacific Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science)

49 49 49 25/50/55

subject index

H Hairdressing

A Automotive

Certificate in Automotive Engineering Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Advanced) Certificate in Motor Industry

74


92 Competency Assessment Programme for Nurses Diploma in Enrolled Nursing National Certificate in Tamariki Ora – Well Child Services

50 50 50

61 61 61 61 62 62 62

Outdoor Adventure Certificate in Outdoor Adventure Diploma in Outdoor Adventure

68 68

P Paramedic 55 25/50/55 55 53/56

Bachelor of Applied Arts (Performing Arts) Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance) Diploma in Performing Arts (Singing) Diploma in Stage and Screen Arts Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts

34 35 35 35 34 34

Photography Certificate in Advanced Photography Certificate in Practical Photography

39 39

Plumbing Certificate in Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing

74

Postgraduate Studies

Information Technology Postgraduate Certificate in Information Technology Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology Nursing Certificate in Health Professional Practice Development Postgraduate Certificate in Hospice Palliative Care Postgraduate Certificate in Nursing Postgraduate Certificate in Perioperative Speciality Nursing Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Health Care Speciality Nursing Postgraduate Certificate in Speciality Care

47 47 53 52 52 53 52 53/56

Professional Cookery 70 70

Publishing 28 28 28

R Radio Broadcasting Certificate in Commercial Broadcasting

74

S Social & Community Work Bachelor of Social Work 58 Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science) 25/41/59 National Certificate in Mental Health and Addiction Support 58 National Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) 58

T Teaching Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) Certificate in Foundation Education (Social Science) Diploma in Early Childhood Education

41 25/41/59 41

Te Reo

Performing Arts

Diploma in Publishing (Applied) Diploma in Publishing Editing Masterclass

66 64/66

Certificate in Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing

Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Advanced) Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Intermediate) Certificate in Office Administration and Computing (Introductory) Certificate in Work Skills (Office Skills and Computing) Flexi-Learn Computer Applications National Certificate in Computing (Level 2) National Certificate in Computing (Level 3)

Certificate in Professional Cookery Diploma in Professional Cookery

Certificate in Retail Management Certificate in Work Skills (Retail and Cosmetic Services)

Roofing

O Office Administration & Computing

Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedic) Certificate in Foundation Education (Health Science) Certificate in Paramedic Practice Postgraduate Certificate in Speciality Care

Retail

29

Certificate in Reo Māori – Te Ara Piko National Diploma in Reo Māori (Level 5) Te Hiringa o Te Reo

80 80 80

Tourism Certificate in Work Skills (Hospitality and Tourism) National Certificate in Tourism (Core Skills) (Level 3)

68 68

Trade Skills Certificate in Trade Skills

74

Transport Certificate in Civil Construction (Introductory Skills) Certificate in Commercial Road Transport

76 76

V Visual Arts & Design Bachelor of Applied Arts (Visual Arts and Design) Certificate in Mastercraft Diploma in Jewellery Design Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts Graduate Diploma in Applied Arts

37 38 38 37 37

W Waka Ama Certificate in Waka Ama (Advanced) Certificate in Waka Ama

81 81

Weaving Certificate in Mastercraft Graduate Certificate in Applied Arts

81 81

Whakairo Certificate in Mastercraft

81

Y Youth Guarantee Certificate in Automotive Engineering Certificate in Beauty and Hairdressing Certificate in Carpentry Certificate in Electrical Engineering Certificate in Outdoor Adventure Certificate in Plumbing, Drainlaying, Gasfitting and Roofing Certificate in Trade Skills Certificate in Work Skills Certificate in Work Skills (Hospitality and Tourism) Certificate in Work Skills (Office Skills and Computing) Certificate in Work Skills (Retail and Cosmetic Services)

73 64 74 74 68 74 74 32 68/71 62 64/66


PORIRUA CAMPUS Wineera Drive Private Bag 50910 Porirua City 5240 New Zealand Phone +64 4 237 3100 Facsimile +64 4 237 3101

NEW ZEALAND FILM AND TELEVISION SCHOOL 86 Vivian Street PO Box 27044 Wellington 6141 New Zealand Phone +64 4 939 2954

INDUSTRY TRAINING CENTRE 12 Mohuia Crescent Elsdon Private Bag 50910 Porirua City 5240 New Zealand Phone +64 4 238 4310

WHITIREIA IN KĀPITI Corner of Milne Drive and Kapiti Road PO Box 249 Paraparaumu 5254 New Zealand Phone +64 4 298 0205 Facsimile +64 4 298 0201

MEDIA TRAINING CENTRE Level 2 15 Dixon Street PO Box 9511 Marion Square Wellington 6141 New Zealand Phone +64 4 237 3100 Facsimile +64 4 238 6213

AUCKLAND CAMPUS Level 2 450 Queen Street PO Box 106219 Auckland 1143 New Zealand Phone +64 9 379 4666 Facsimile +64 9 377 8243

PERFORMANCE CENTRE 25 Vivian Street PO Box 9656 Marion Square Wellington 6141 New Zealand Phone +64 4 238 6225 Facsimile +64 4 385 0486 WELLINGTON CAMPUS 264 Cuba Street PO Box 27240 Marion Square Wellington 6141 New Zealand Phone +64 4 237 3100

WWW.WHITIREIA.AC.NZ 0800 WHITIREIA (0800 944 847) +64 4 237 3100 INFO@WHITIREIA.AC.NZ INTERNATIONAL@WHITIREIA.AC.NZ [international students only]

COMPUTER POWER PLUS Auckland campus Level 6 246 Queen Street Auckland 1010 New Zealand Phone +64 9 916 6640 Wellington campus Level 12 Plimmer Tower 2–6 Gilmer Terrace Wellington 6011 New Zealand Phone +64 4 916 8050 Christchurch campus 163 Madras Street Christchurch 8011 New Zealand Phone +64 3 963 0033


2013 Whitireia Prospectus  

Overview of the programmes of study and services available to students at Whitireia in 2013

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