PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT

 
PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT
THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED
& THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED    PROSPECTUS
                                   2019
PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT
OUR
LOCATIONS
                                                                                       Tairāwhiti Campus
                                                                                       290 Palmerston Road
                                                                                            Gisborne
                                                                                           06 869 0810
                                                                                       Rural Studies Unit
                                                                                       312-314 Stout Street
                                                                                            Gisborne
                                                                                          06 869 0810

                   Auckland Campus
                    238 Queen Street
                        Auckland
                      09 300 7410

                                                                         Hawke’s Bay Campus
                                                                         501 Gloucester Street
                                                                           Taradale, Napier
                                                                             06 974 8000

                                       Some of our programmes are offered online or by distance,
                                       so you can study anywhere within New Zealand.

REGIONAL LEARNING CENTRES
CENTRAL HAWKE’S BAY           MARAENUI                    WAIROA
53 Russell Street             18-20 Bledisloe Road        Cnr Paul and Queen Streets
Waipukurau                    Maraenui, Napier            Wairoa
06 858 7009                   06 842 0591                 06 838 7349
HASTINGS                      RUATORIA
416 Heretaunga Street         4 Hekiera Road
Hastings                      Ruatoria
06 974 8936                   06 864 8063
PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT
CONTENTS
                                        ideaschool
The experience you need            5    Arts & Design, Fashion, Music, Screen Production
                                                                                           34

The support to succeed             7    English Language                                   39

                                        Health & Sport Science
Campuses built for your needs      9    Health & Wellness, Mental Health, Massage,         41
                                        Sport & Exercise

How we’ll support you              11   Nursing & Health Science                           48

World class ‘A’ rated lecturers    13   Hospitality                                        52

                                        Māori Studies
What should you study?             14                                                      56
                                        Te Ūranga Waka | Te Whatukura

What's the difference between           Māori Visual Arts
                                   15                                                      60
EIT and a university?                   Toihoukura

                                        Primary Industries
Financial support for your study   16   Agriculture, Apiculture, Horticulture, Forestry
                                                                                           63

Understanding qualifications       18   Teaching & Social Work                             73

Entry Requirements                 19   Tourism & Travel                                   78

                                        Trades & Technology
Beauty                             20   Architecture, Automotive, Carpentry, Electrical,   80
                                        Engineering, Plumbing & Gasfitting

Hairdressing                       22   Veterinary Nursing                                 84

Business                           24   Viticulture & Wine Science                         86

Computing                          30   Enrolment information                              90
PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT
STUDENT STATISTICS
         6 Masters degrees
         13 Postgraduate programmes
         12 Bachelor degrees
         138 programmes
         9,324 students
         42% students aged under 25
         49% Māori students
         50 countries - student nationalities
         3,329 qualifications awarded

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PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT
THE
EXPERIENCE
YOU NEED
When you study at EIT you’ll get the kinds of experiences that will
help you gain the knowledge and skills to get ahead, whether you
want to break into your chosen career or change direction in life.

You’ll experience being part of a vibrant learning community in one of New
Zealand’s top tertiary institutes, and be taught by experienced lecturers who have
track records as respected academics and industry professionals.
You’ll get the benefit of EIT’s long-established connections with industry
throughout New Zealand. Many of our programmes are field-based to help you
develop relevant work skills, gain practical experience, and get useful industry
contacts which can set you on the path to a great job, all while you’re studying.
You’ll have the experience of studying at our modern well-equipped campuses
or at our regional learning centres, and you’ll gain invaluable experience using our
facilities and state-of-the-art technology.

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PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT
&THE
 SUPPORT
 TO SUCCEED
 At EIT you’ll get the support you need to help make sure you get
 the rewards for your hard work. If you’re serious about study and
 your future, EIT is right behind you.

 You’ll learn in classes that are the right size to make sure you get the involvement
 and support you need, and you can receive help and guidance with everything
 from study planning, to applying for a job after you complete your studies.
 You’ll be supported by lecturers who are here for you, within a learning
 environment where you are treated as an individual, not a number. They’ll know
 your name and you’ll receive one-on-one attention to make sure you get the
 support to succeed.

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PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT
CAMPUSES
BUILT FOR
YOUR NEEDS
EIT offers you qualifications from certificate to postgraduate level
at campuses in Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti (Gisborne) and Auckland.
Or you can learn closer to home at one of the Regional Learning
Centres in Hastings, Maraenui, Ruatoria, Waipukurau and Wairoa,
plus other pop-up centres near you.

EIT Hawke’s Bay is one of New Zealand’s most attractive campuses with superb
architecture and shaded outdoor areas for study on warm days. EIT Tairāwhiti’s two
campuses are located in the heart of Gisborne, near the Taruheru River, and you
can't get more central than EIT Auckland's location on Queen Street. EIT Hastings
recently relocated to a new centre in a more central location – one that is easy to
access, close to public transport and tailored to meet the needs of students and
staff.
Our campuses have top quality facilities, purpose-built for EIT programmes,
including high-tech trades workshops, professional-standard training kitchens and a
fully-equipped wine science and viticulture laboratory.
Get connected by jumping onto campus-wide free wifi. EIT’s libraries put resources
at your fingertips, with expert librarians on-hand to help you, and you can get your
textbooks and stationery sorted at Ōtātara Bookshop at the Hawke's Bay campus.
To print your work professionally, fully-equipped printing services handle
everything from large format printing to document binding, for a price that won’t
put a dent in your finances.
Hungry after all your study? You can enjoy bustling campus cafés and student
training cafés to catch up with fellow students over a cup of coffee or lunch.

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PROSPECTUS THE EXPERIENCE YOU NEED & THE SUPPORT TO SUCCEED - EIT
Academic Learning
                                                      Services
                                                      You can get help and advice on all
                                                      aspects of study, including study skills,
                                                      writing assignments, computing, maths,
                                                      academic writing and planning study
                                                      time.

     STAR/Gateway                                                                                 Accommodation
     Want help making the move from secondary                                                     Make yourself at home. Accommodation
     school to tertiary education and training,                                                   is available in the Student Village
     plus gain credits towards your chosen career                                                 opposite the Hawke’s Bay campus, rated
     qualification while studying NCEA? Talk to                                                   4.5 by Qualmark, plus a Qualmark silver
     the STAR/Gateway Coordinator.                                                                environmental award.

                                                                                                  Schools and
     Chaplaincy                                                                                   Community Liaison
     EIT has a team of chaplains available for you.                                               EIT’s liaison team can hold events and
     They are mostly volunteers and represent all
     the main faiths and spiritualities.
                                                      Career Development                          presentations for schools, community
                                                                                                  and industry on-campus or at your
                                                      EIT Career Development Services can         location. In addition to information and
                                                      help you make career choices, work out      enrolment days, groups and individuals
                                                      what to study, and give you guidance        can book a campus tour year-round.
                                                      and information about finding a job,
                                                      or kick-starting your career.

                                                      Bookshop
                                                      The Ōtātara Bookshop caters for
                                                      students’ on all campuses stationery
                                                      and textbook needs. The shop also sells
                                                      stamps, a range of greeting cards and
                                                      small gift items.

                                                                                                  EIT Students'
     Childcare                                                                                    Association
     We‘ll take care of your children while you                                                   Younited is here to represent you. From
     take care of your studies. Ōtātara Children’s                                                looking after your interests to organising
     Centre at EIT Hawke’s Bay and Manaaki                                                        social events and activities, plus Younited
     Tamariki Child Care Centre at EIT Tairāwhiti                                                 arranges discounts and exclusive deals –
     are open for you. Bookings are essential.                                                    for EIT students only.
                                                                                                  younited.ac.nz

                                                      Pouwhirinaki –
                                                      Māori & Pasifika
                                                      Student Support
                                                      You can get advice, mentoring and
                                                      support in pastoral care, cultural needs
                                                      and values, te reo Māori, waiata and
                                                      tikanga, scholarships, iwi and hapū
                                                      registrations and grants.

     Māori and Pasifika                               Disability Services                         Trades Academy @ EIT
     Our support team works with organisations,       Dedicated support includes adaptive         If you’re at secondary school you
     fanau, iwi, hapū and whānau. You can get         technology, alternative exam                can get practical, hands-on training
     guidance with study options, academic            arrangements, assistance with funding,      in trades and other programmes, one
     support and much more.                           and disability car parking on-campus.       or two days a week, and earn credits
                                                                                                  towards your NCEA Level 2 qualification.

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HOW WE’LL
SUPPORT
YOU
Studying takes determination, commitment and self-discipline.
As a student at EIT, you can get support to help you focus on what
really matters – your studies and your future.

When you become a student at EIT, it may be your first time away from home, or
the first time you’ve studied at a tertiary level. It may all be very new to you.
Your studies will take up a lot of your time, so you may need a hand with other
parts of life.
To help you get the most out of your time here, EIT offers you support in all sorts
of ways. Whether you’re after help to choose the right subjects or you need some
guidance to show you the best way to get into your chosen career, there’s someone
available to help.
Get personal one-to-one help from EIT’s friendly experts who have plenty
of experience helping students like you. They’re on campus to offer advice,
information and guidance.
We want your time at EIT to be exciting, productive and successful, so make sure
you take advantage of all the support we offer.

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Professor Derek Lardelli                     Professor Nat Waran
     Professor/Ahorangi                           Executive Dean
     Principal Lecturer | Toihoukura              Faculty of Education, Humanities and Health Science

     Professor Matthew Marshall                   Dr Steve Hinge
     Head of School | ideaschool                  Lecturer | Business

     Professor David Tipene-Leach                 Dr Bridget Sutherland and Dr Mandy Rudge
     Professor of Māori and Indigenous Research   Senior Lecturers | ideaschool

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WORLD CLASS
‘A’ RATED
LECTURERS
EIT lecturers have the latest knowledge and research in their field
of expertise and are able to attract all-important research grants.
For you, it means highly qualified academics who have the most
up-to-date learning available.

EIT is rated by the Tertiary Education Commission as one of the top two institutes
of technology and polytechnics in New Zealand for research excellence. This helps
EIT secure funding through the Government’s performance-based research fund.
Government funding helps EIT continue to play a leading role in research in
New Zealand.
Our lecturers are in demand to work closely on research projects with universities,
polytechnics, businesses and organisations at regional, national and international
levels. They pass on their knowledge to you via their teaching.
When you study at EIT, you will be at an institute that is highly rated for quality
academic research.

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DID YOU KNOW?
                                                                                   Bachelor degree graduates
                                                                                   have median earnings 39%
                                                                                   higher than the national

                 WHAT
                                                                                   median income, five years
                                                                                   after graduating, and masters
                                                                                   degree graduates median
                                                                                   incomes are 68%? higher.

                 SHOULD
                                                                                   Ministry of Education. (2016). Student Loan
                                                                                   Scheme Annual Report 2015/16.

                 YOU STUDY?
                 Some people know exactly what they want to do in life, so choosing
                 what to study is much easier. They know what they are good at;
                 they know their strengths and how they want to use them.
                 But for many people it’s not so easy. There are lots of courses, many
                 different jobs, and plenty of career choices out there. So making
                 the right decision about what to study can seem daunting.

                 It’s a good idea to get lots of information to help you make a well-informed
                 decision. A good place to start is the Government’s Careers NZ website at
                 careers.govt.nz.
                 It’s a good idea to think about what you’re interested in. Spend some time thinking
                 about what you like and don’t like, and what you’re good at.
                 If you have an idea of a profession, you could talk to people who are working in the
                 industry. They can tell you what skills, experience and qualifications you need.
                 You may find that you have knowledge, skills or previous achievements that can
                 count towards your qualification.
                 At EIT, we’ve got lots of experience helping students make important decisions and
                 pointing them in the right direction.
                 Come and have a chat with us. We can put you in touch with programme
                 coordinators and arrange an appointment to talk with the careers counsellor about
                 education, training and career choices.

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WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE
BETWEEN EIT &
A UNIVERSITY?
For those with no formal qualifications or who have been away from study for a while, our
entry level certificates mean we can offer you a unique opportunity to progress further
into higher level programmes, and eventually to a degree if you want. Or you can go
straight into an entry level job position in the first step to a new career.
We also offer vocational study that is tailored to the region's specific requirements,
meaning you are qualified and work-ready to get local in-demand jobs.
You no longer have to leave home to get a recognised degree as our degrees (called
‘Bachelors’) are absolutely equal to those offered at New Zealand universities. In fact,
research shows that EIT graduates are viewed by local employers to be as good as
graduates from anywhere else*.
Our postgraduate offerings mean you don’t have to travel and miss out on work or family
to further your career.
However you define your success, when you study at EIT we’ll give you the
experiences and support you need, to help you achieve it.
*Troy, V. (2013). EIT 2013 Community and Stakeholder Brand Survey. Hawke's Bay, New Zealand: SIL Research.

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FINANCIAL
                 SUPPORT FOR
                 YOUR STUDY
                 Scholarships and grants make life easier by helping to cover your
                 fees, other costs and living expenses while you study. You don’t
                 always need to be an academic high-flyer to qualify.
                 EIT has a long list of scholarships that you can apply for. So if you would like to get financial help
                 with your study, make sure you find out what’s available. You can also take a look online at the givME
                 database available at EIT. It lists every scholarship and grant available in New Zealand.

                 Te Ara o Tākitimu and Te Toka – Māori and Pasifika Trades Training
                 If you are aged 16 to 40 and looking to gain a trade qualification and apprenticeship, you can apply
                 for funding, support and incentives for a wide range of programmes from Levels 3 to 4.

                 Government funded Fees FREE
                 Tertiary education will be fees free for eligible first time tertiary students studying at Level 3 or
                 higher. Go to www.feesfree.govt.nz to check the details and your eligibility.

                 Year 13 Degree Scholarship – 100% FREE tuition for your second year of study
                 EIT has limited Year 13 Degree Scholarships. They’re available to eligible Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti
                 students from Hick’s Bay to Taupō and Dannevirke.
                 If you’re a Year 13 student from anywhere in New Zealand applying for the Bachelor of Viticulture,
                 the Bachelor of Wine Science, or the Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts, you’re also eligible.
                 You’ll need to be a Year 13 secondary school leaver, resident in New Zealand, meet the degree
                 entry (plus scholarship) criteria and start full-time degree study in February 2019.

                 Youth Scholarship
                 If you are aged between 16 and 19 (or 15 with an early leaving exemption) and wanting to study
                 at Levels 1 to 3, you can apply for a Youth Scholarship. You may be eligible for funding for fees and
                 compulsory course costs, travel, plus academic and other support.

                 Sport Hawke’s Bay – EIT Sports Scholarship
                 The Sport Hawke’s Bay – EIT Sports Scholarship have been developed to assist top sports
                 performers to train and study in Hawke’s Bay.
                 Five scholarships of up to $2,000 each are awarded to sports performers enrolled or enrolling in an
                 EIT qualification, to be spent on anything from training fees to equipment or study fees.
                 Any sports performer willing and able to represent Hawke’s Bay or New Zealand can apply.

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Sian Fendall (Bachelor of Nursing) and Rita Hokianga (Diploma of Business)
                                                             Sport Hawke’s Bay and EIT Sport Scholarships Recipients

                     Year 13 Degree Scholarships are available for:
                     ■     Bachelor of Arts (Māori)
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                     ■     Bachelor of Business Studies                                                           4631
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                     ■     Bachelor of Computing Systems                                                        SC H O L A
                                                                                                                           RSHIP
                     ■     Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts (Te Toi o Ngā Rangi)                                       PACK*
                     ■     Bachelor of Nursing
                     ■     Bachelor of Sport and Exercise
                     ■     Bachelor of Social Work
                     ■     Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education)
                     ■     Bachelor of Teaching (Primary)
                     ■     Bachelor of Creative Practice
                     ■     Bachelor of Viticulture
                     ■     Bachelor of Wine Science

                         For more about EIT’s scholarships check out
                         scholarships.eit.ac.nz or phone 0800 22 55 348.
                         Scholarships and grants are subject to change.

* Text your name, address and the word YR13. Usual message charges apply.

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UNDERSTANDING
                 QUALIFICATIONS
                 Programmes & Courses       A programme results in a qualification and consists
                                            of a number of courses. Some programmes consist of
                                            compulsory courses while others have a selection of
                                            elective courses, or a combination.

                 Credits                    Courses consist of credits, and when a course is
                                            successfully completed, the credits will be counted
                                            towards the qualification. One credit usually equals
                                            10-12 hours of learning.

                 Levels                     Levels indicate the depth of knowledge and
                                            complexity of skills required. The higher the level,
                                            the more complex the concepts and skill sets. In New
                                            Zealand, the levels progress from Level 1 to Level 10.

                 Short Courses              Don't generally result in formal qualifications. Find out more at
                                            shortcourse.eit.ac.nz

                                            Levels 1 - 6 | 12 weeks - 2 years
                 Certificate                Provides an introduction to a subject and may be a pathway to higher
                                            level study.

                 Diploma                    Levels 4 - 6 | 1 - 2 years | 120 credits

                 Bachelors Degree           Level 7 | 3 - 4 years | 360 credits (Honours: Level 8 | 480 credits)

                 Graduate Certificate       Level 7 | 6 months - 2 years | Certificate: 60 credits, diploma |
                                            120 credits
                 Graduate Diploma           This allows a degree graduate to study further courses at the same
                                            level as their degree but in a different, or additional, specialisation.

                 Postgraduate Certificate   Level 8 | 6 months - 1 year | Certificate: 60 credits, diploma |
                                            120 credits
                 Postgraduate Diploma       Postgraduate study extends and deepens knowledge and skills
                                            after completing a bachelor's degree, and prepares students for
                                            independent research and scholarships.

                                            Levels 9 and above | 1.5 - 2 years | 120 - 240 credits
                 Masters Degree             A master's degree qualifies individuals who apply an advanced body
                                            of knowledge in a range of contexts for research, a pathway for further
                                            learning, professional practice and/or scholarship.

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Most programmes have specific entry requirements. Please check eit.ac.nz for further details.
ENTRY WITH CREDIT                                                                   ■   A bachelor degree with an average B pass or better across all
You may already have knowledge, skills or previous academic                             courses.
achievement that can be recognised as part of your qualification.                   ■   Where the applicant may have less than a B average in her/his
                                                                                        undergraduate degree, she/he may be offered Provisional Entry,
This can include (but is not limited to): study completed at high                       requiring continued success before being allowed to progress
school, a private training establishment, or polytechnic/university;                    to further stages of the programme.
workplace training achievement, and voluntary work and some                         ■   Where an applicant does not hold a bachelor degree:
aspects of life experiences. You will be asked to provide details of                ■   The applicant must provide evidence of having completed a
any previous achievement you would like considered for possible                         relevant professional qualification and
credit toward your qualification, as part of your application for                   ■   Provide evidence of successful completion of a relevant
enrolment.                                                                              qualification or programme of study which is equivalent
The process for recognising skills and independent learning is                          to those of first degree graduates (Level 7), through the
called Recognition of Prior Learning, and for study completed                           submission of a portfolio of evidence.
elsewhere is called Credit Recognition.                                             ■   A personal interview may assist the application process.
Unless stated in specific Programme Regulations, the academic                       MASTERS DEGREE
admission requirements into EIT programmes is as per NZQA                           Please refer to the specific Masters degree regulations at eit.ac.nz.
listed entry requirements (see below). Please go to eit.ac.nz for                   In general, applicants must meet one of the following criteria:
specific programme entry requirements.
                                                                                    ■   Successful completion of an undergraduate degree of the same/
DIPLOMA                                                                                 similar discipline as the Masters with a B average or better
Please refer to the specific diploma entry regulations at eit.ac.nz.                    across all courses or
In general, applicants must meet one of the following criteria:                     ■   Successful completion of a Graduate Diploma of the same
■ Level 2 NCEA or                                                                       discipline as the Masters with a B average or better across all
                                                                                        courses or
■ Successful completion of a NZ qualification at Level 3 or above or                ■   Successful completion of a Postgraduate Diploma of the same
■ Special Admission may be granted to applicants (aged 20                               discipline as the Masters with a B average or better across all
   and over) who do not meet all entry requirements but who                             courses or
   are enthusiastic and motivated; and have sufficient literacy
   and numeracy skills to interpret and apply health and safety                     ■   Degree or postgraduate qualification graduates who may not
   requirements and, may have evidence of other academic                                have achieved an average of B pass or better and who can
   achievement, or relevant prior learning and experience.                              demonstrate evidence of significant work and professional
                                                                                        experience at degree level or above may be considered. These
BACHELOR DEGREE                                                                         applicants will be required to participate in an interview where
                                                                                        a decision to offer entry or not will be made.
Please refer to the specific degree entry regulations at eit.ac.nz.
In general, applicants must the following criteria:                                 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENT
■ NCEA Level 3                                                                      Applicants for whom English is not their first language must also
■ Three subjects - at Level 3, made up of:                                          demonstrate ability to meet the English language requirements
  ■        14 credits each, in three Approved* subjects                             of the programme in which they enrol including any professional
■ Literacy - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of:                            requirements for English capability. The English language entry
  ■        5 credits in reading                                                     requirements, set by NZQA, for international students can be
  ■        5 credits in writing                                                     found at: http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/about-us/our-role/legislation/
■ Numeracy - 10 credits at Level 1 or above, made up of:                            nzqa-rules/nzqfrelated-rules/programme-approval-and-
  ■        achievement standards – specified achievement                            accreditation/1/
    standards available through a range of subjects, or                             Academic IELTS Score requirements do vary between
   ■ unit standards - package of three numeracy unit                                programmes and you must check these before enrolling.
    standards (26623, 26626, 26627- all three required).
Degree Provisional Entry
                                                                                    ■   Most certificate programmes IELTS 5.0 Range from 4.5 to 5.5

Applicants who do not meet the criteria above, but present
                                                                                    ■   Most diploma programmes IELTS 5.5 Range from 5.5 to 7.0
evidence of ability to succeed (e.g. maturity, life experience, work
                                                                                    ■   Most degree programmes IELTS 6.0
experience, other study) where literacy and numeracy skills are                         ■ Bachelor of Nursing 6.5
sufficient to interpret and apply health and safety requirements                        ■ Bachelor of Early Childhood Education 7.0
may apply for Provisional Entry.                                                    In addition to meeting the programme entry requirements,
                                                                                    international students must:
If accepted under Provisional Entry, entry to subsequent study in
the programme is conditional on success at the entry level.                         ■ Have evidence of receipt of an appropriate visa, and
POSTGRADUATE
                                                                                    ■ Be over 18 years of age (applicants between the ages of 16
                                                                                        and 18 years will only be accepted after an assessment of the
Please refer to the specific Postgraduate study regulations.                            student’s support systems has been made).
In general, applicants must meet one of the following criteria:

Please check specific entry criteria for programmes you are interested in the relevant programme information at eit.ac.nz.
* A full list of Approved Subjects can be found at www.nzqa.govt.nz under the university entry standard.

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BEAUTY
      Te Kura Kaupapa Hauora,
      Hākinakina

                      It's easy to enrol - go to beauty.eit.ac.nz
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BEAUTY & HAIRDRESSING

BEAUTY THERAPY
In today’s busy, stressful wold, beauty therapists have people’s happiness and well-being in their hands. EIT’s
programmes will give you all the skills you need for a rewarding career in the beauty industry. Plus you’ll get
hands-on experience looking after real clients at “Refresh” - EITs on-campus beauty therapy clinic, using the
latest equipment.
You’ll start by learning about skincare, makeup techniques and customer service, before progressing to varied
beauty therapy treatments, including eyelash extensions, spray tanning, nail treatments and facials. Advance to
the Diploma and gain more skills in advanced treatments - skincare, spa treatments and electrolysis.

       YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
       After completing any one of these programmes, your skills could find you working in makeup and skin care
       retail, beauty therapy clinics, day spas or even on a cruise ship.

To find out more check out beauty.eit.ac.nz

        NZ Certificate in Foundation Skills (Styling) [Level 2]                                                               FEE FREE
This will introduce you to a range of subject areas and practical skills in beauty therapy, hairdressing, personal
styling and health. You could then go on to further studies in these areas. Activities are hands-on and will
include some theory so that you have the opportunity to achieve NCEA Level 1 numeracy and literacy.

    Length 17 weeks full-time                             Start date February and July
    Fee        Fee free                                   Campus        Hawke's Bay

        NZ Certificate in Makeup and Skin Care [Level 3]
If you’re interested in learning all the essentials about skincare and makeup this certificate is the one for you.
You’ll learn all the latest makeup techniques, as well as be able to advise people on their skin, and the products
that’ll make them look and feel wonderful!
    Length 17 weeks full-time*                            Start date July
    Fee        $3,500 per year (approx)                   Campus        Hawke's Bay
*
    Part-time study available

        NZ Certificate in Beauty Therapy [Level 4]
Do you want to help people to feel great? You'll learn all the skills needed to begin working in a beauty
therapy clinic. Learn how to do beauty treatments like eye lash extensions, spray tanning, massage and
facials. On successful completion of the NZ Certificate in Beauty Therapy, students can progress to the
NZ Diploma in Beauty Therapy.
    Length 1 year full-time*                              Start date February and July
    Fee        $6,300 per year (approx)                   Campus        Hawke's Bay
*
    Part-time study available

        NZ Diploma in Beauty Therapy [Level 5]
Do you want to travel? Maybe work in a day spa or on a cruise ship? Advance your skills from the NZ
Certificate in Beauty Therapy with spa treatments, nutritional advice, advanced skin treatments and electrical
therapies to enhance people’s appearance and make them feel fantastic.

    Length 1 year full-time*                              Start date February and July
    Fee        $6,300 per year (approx)                   Campus        Hawke's Bay
*
    Part-time study available

                       Want to know more? Visit beauty.eit.ac.nz for more details & to check full entry requirements.
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HAIRDRESSING
             Te Kura Kaupapa Hauora, Hākinakina

                            It's easy to enrol - go to hair.eit.ac.nz
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BEAUTY & HAIRDRESSING

HAIRDRESSING
Here’s your chance to earn a qualification that will help you get ahead in hairdressing. You'll start by learning
skills for hair styling, colouring, cutting, shampoo techniques and more.
In year two you'll demand attention with your advanced creative skills in colouring, long and short hairstyling,
haircutting techniques, perming and lots more. Come and see how our new real-life project based programme
sets your creativity free! You’ll train in EIT's commercial training salon "Elite", and gain skills working with real
clients under the guidance of expert lecturers.

       YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
       Show your true style and follow your passion - there are lots of opportunities for qualified hairdressers. You
       could create a career in local salons or head further afield, or perhaps have your own salon. For a professional
       stylist with a flair for hair, anything is possible.

To find out more check out hair.eit.ac.nz

        NZ Certificate in Foundation Skills (Styling) [Level 2]
This will introduce you to a range of subject areas and practical skills in beauty therapy, hairdressing, personal
styling and health. You could then go on to further studies in these areas. Activities are hands-on and will
include some theory so that you have the opportunity to achieve NCEA Level 1 numeracy and literacy.

    Length 17 weeks full-time                             Start date February and July
    Fee        Fee free                                   Campus        Hawke's Bay

        NZ Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support) [Level 3]
Get practical skills backed up by theoretical knowledge using project based learning. From simple blow waves
to fashion-focused colouring techniques, you can get creative! This certificate will equip you with the skills and
techniques to set you on the path to becoming a professional stylist.
On successful completion of the NZ Certificate in Hairdressing, students can progress into the NZ Certificate
in Hairdressing (Emerging Stylist) [Level 4].

    Length 1 year full-time*                              Start date February and July
    Fee        $7,900 (approx)                            Campus        Hawke's Bay
*
    Part-time study available

        NZ Certificate in Hairdressing (Emerging Stylist) [Level 4]
Develop your creativity and skills using project based learning in a salon environment to prepare to be an
emerging stylist in the industry. Gain knowledge of complex long and short hair styling suitable for balls,
weddings and formal occasions and creative styles for competition work!
Learn haircutting techniques using scissors, razor and clippers, perming and relaxing techniques, advanced
fashion focused colouring techniques, advanced hair and scalp conditions and treatments and advanced
reception skills.
Preference will be given to applicants who have successfully completed the NZ Certificate in Hairdressing
(Salon Support) [Level 3].

    Length 1 year full-time                               Start date February and July
    Fee        $7,600 (approx)                            Campus        Hawke's Bay
*
    Part-time study available

                        Want to know more? Visit hair.eit.ac.nz for more details & to check full entry requirements.
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BUSINESS                                                    Te Kura Kaupapa Kaipakihi

      "I’m learning skills way beyond
      those I already have."
      "The skills I'm learning have been immediately invaluable in my business and
      being able to study part-time means I can make it fit perfectly into my schedule."
      Ben Deller
      Master of Applied Management
      EIT student

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BUSINESS

BUSINESS                           REAL LIFE | REAL LEARNING | REAL BUSINESS
EIT's School of Business is proud of its recent programme innovations. You can start your learning when it
suits you as there are four start points per year. Assessments have been redesigned to better match real world
situations - and there are fewer exams! Our programmes are closely connected to the business and wider
community so they are relevant and will help you build your networks for the future.

   YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
   In this highly competitive world, businesses and organisations need people with skills and
   knowledge that can give them an edge. Opportunities for qualified business people include
   starting your own business, working in private companies, government and not-for-profit sectors.

To find out more check out business.eit.ac.nz

                                                            Master in Applied Management

                                                                                                                  BUSINESS QUALIFICATION PATHWAY
           LEVEL                                            Levels 8 and 9
           09                                               18 months*

                                                            Post-Graduate
           LEVEL                                            Diploma in Applied Management
           08                                               Level 8
                                                            1 year*

                                        Graduate                                       Graduate
           LEVEL                        Diploma in                                     Diploma in
                                        Professional
           07                           Accounting
                                        1 year*
                                                                                       Business
                                                                                       1 year*

                                                            Bachelor of
           LEVEL                                            Business Studies
           06                                               Levels 5-7
                                                            3 years*

                                         Suggested                                     NZ Diploma in
           LEVEL                         ENTRY                                         Business
           05                            POINT
                                         for most Year 13
                                         school leavers
                                                                                       Level 5
                                                                                       1 year*

                                                            Certificate Programmes
           LEVEL                                            See programme pages for details
           04                                               Level 4

                                                            Certificate Programmes
           LEVEL                                            See programme pages for details
           03                                               Level 3

                                                            Certificate Programmes
           LEVEL                                            See programme pages for details
           02                                               Level 2

   *
       Part-time study available

       Want to know more? Visit business.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.
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NZ Certificate in Retail (Customer Service and Sales Support) [Level 2]                                              FEE FREE
      Get a head start in the retail industry and acquire practical skills like creating attention-grabbing displays
      and helping customers. The retail industry is a dynamic career choice, so learn to give outstanding customer
      service with confidence and take advantage of the number of jobs available to people with the right skills.

          Length 15 weeks full-time*                                           Start date March and August
          Fee        Fee FREE                                                  Campus          Hastings Regional Learning Centre
      *
          Part-time study available

              NZ Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) [Level 3]
      This programme is ideal if you want to work in office administration. It gives you the essential skills and
      knowledge to work or gain employment, in a wide range of supervised general office administration roles, in a
      variety of sectors.
      These may include: receptionist, data entry operator, front line customer service role, call or contact centre
      operator, secretary, office support worker. Great administrators are at the heart of a well-run office and this
      programme gives you the skills you need to take on the responsibility.

          Length 6 months full-time*                               Start date February and July

          Fee        $2,800 (approx)                               Campus         Hawke’s Bay
      *
          Part-time study available. Online delivery available via TANZ see page 29

              NZ Certificate in Business (Accounting Support Services) [Level 4]
      This programme sets the foundations of good practice, and a solid understanding of common but necessary
      accounting functions.
      The purpose of this qualification is to provide New Zealand business with people who can carry out a broad
      range of accounting support services in a range of accounting support roles.

          Length 6 months full-time                                Start date February and July
          Fee        $2,900 (approx)                               Campus         Hawke’s Bay

              NZ Diploma in Business [Level 5]
      This programme is practically orientated. It will stimulate you and it will provide you with the skills and
      knowledge that 21st century businesses are looking for.
      You can choose to specialise in either accounting or leadership and management. Once completed, you can
      progress to the second year of the Bachelor of Business Studies.

          Length 1 year full-time*                                 Start date February, May, July and October
          Fee        $5,400 (approx)                               Campus         Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti
      *
          Part-time study available. Online delivery available via TANZ see page 29

              Bachelor of Business Studies [Level 7]
      This degree will give you a strong foundation in business and help you gain the skills today’s employers
      demand. You’ll benefit from a wide-ranging business education with plenty of practical experience, and
      you can choose to specialise with majors in accounting, management, marketing or the double major of
      management and marketing.
      Small classes and experienced staff means you’ll get the right level of support to show employers you mean
      business. This programme distinguishes itself by being practically orientated and having a work-based project
      element for real-world learning.
          Length 3 years full-time*                                Start date February, May, July and October
          Fee        $5,400 (approx)                               Campus         Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti**
      *
          Part-time study available ** Only the accounting and management major are offered at Tairāwhiti.

                                                               It's easy to enrol - go to business.eit.ac.nz
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BUSINESS

        Graduate Diploma in Business [Level 7]
The Graduate Diploma in Business is for graduates to update their existing field of knowledge. Also those
with extensive business experience but no degree can apply, with the aim of consolidating and updating their
knowledge.
Endorsements include:
■     Management                              ■   Human resource management              ■   Wine marketing
■     Accounting                              ■   Logistics and supply chain             ■   Unendorsed
■     Entrepreneurship                        ■   Sales and marketing

These endorsements will particularly suit those who are seeking to enhance their career opportunities, or those
seeking to add industry related skills to an existing business qualification or similar.

    Length 1 year full-time*                             Start date February, May, July and October
    Fee        $5,400 (approx)                           Campus       Hawke’s Bay
*
    Part-time study available

        Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting [Level 7]
If you have already completed a degree in business studies, this programme will enable you to meet all
academic requirements for membership of Chartered Accountants AustraliaNew Zealand (CAANZ) and CPA
Australia. This programme prepares you for provisional membership for either professional body.
You must have completed a Bachelor of Business Studies with a strong component of accounting. If you have
a business degree with a major other than in accounting, you are welcome to apply, but you must liaise with
the programme coordinator before enrolment.
    Length 1 year full-time*                             Start date February, May, July and October
    Fee        $5,400 (approx)                           Campus       Hawke’s Bay
*
    Part-time study available

        Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Management [Level 8]
This programme enables those who have completed a degree in business, or similar, to achieve a
postgraduate level qualification in applied management.
The certificate is also a direct entry path into postgraduate study for New Zealand residents who have
significant industry and/or life experience, but who have not completed an undergraduate qualification.
You will need to have completed either a degree in business or a related area (or equivalent qualification), or
have significant industry and/or life experience.

    Length 6 months full-time*                           Start date February, May, July and October
                                                                      Hawke’s Bay or online with an on-campus
    Fee        $3,600 (approx)                           Campus
                                                                      component
*
    Up to 2 years part-time

        Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management [Level 8]
This programme will support your development as self-employed practitioner, or your career in domestic
and/or international organisations across a broad range of industries and agencies.
The areas include finance, markets, people and culture, planning, technology, innovation, globalisation,
sustainability and the management of small to medium-sized enterprises.
You need to have either completed a degree in business or a related area (or equivalent qualification) or the
Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Management [Level 8].
    Length 1 year full-time*                             Start date February, May, July and October
               $900 per 15 credit Level 8
               course, $1,800 per 30 credit                           Hawke’s Bay or online with an
    Fee                                                  Campus
               Level 8 course, $2,700 per 45                          on-campus component
               credit Level 9 course (approx)
*
    Up to 4 years part-time
          Want to know more? Visit business.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.
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Master in Applied Management [Level 9]
      Further develop your skills as a self-employed practitioner, or your career in domestic and/or international
      organisations across a broad range of industries and agencies.
      The areas include domestic and international markets, marketing, financial and cost management, leadership,
      performing business in a multi-cultural environment, strategic planning and strategic management, corporate
      planning, managing and controlling different types of technology, innovation and entrepreneurship,
      consultancy, operations and business in the global world, sustainable business, and research in industry and
      business.
      You need to have completed a business degree or a postgraduate diploma in business or similar. Specific
      situations will also be given consideration.

                 18 months full-time
                 (or 6 months if you already have
          Length                                         Start date February, May, July and October
                 EIT's Postgraduate Diploma in
                 Applied Management)*
                     $900 per 15 credit Level 8
                     course, $1,800 per 30 credit                        Hawke’s Bay or online with an
          Fee                                            Campus
                     Level 8 course, $2,700 per 45                       on-campus component
                     credit Level 9 course (approx)
      *
          Up to 6 years part-time

                                                      It's easy to enrol - go to business.eit.ac.nz
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TANZ ONLINE

TANZ ECAMPUS
Gain industry-recognised education through flexible online study at TANZ eCampus.
Brought to you by several of New Zealand’s major tertiary education providers including EIT, TANZ is an
alternative tertiary education service that is leading edge and puts your needs first. Study the way you want to
- all TANZ programmes are able to be studied part-time and have flexible start dates.
This means you have the freedom to choose when to study and how to make your programme meet your
requirements. You will be supported by your own personal advisor who will follow you through your learning
journey, helping you along the way to reach your study goals.

To find out more check out online.eit.ac.nz

    Business
NZ Certificate in Business (Introduction to Small Business) [Level 3 & 4]
Prepare to start a small business – identify and assess the opportunities and requirements for small businesses.
This programme will prepare you well for small business in New Zealand.
NZ Certificate in Business (Introduction to Team Leadership) [Level 3]
Become a team leader with the confidence you need to succeed. Take your first step to management by
gaining the skills and most importantly the confidence to give direction, feedback and motivation.
NZ Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) [Level 3 & 4]
The administration team is often the oil that ensures the smooth running of a business or organisation. It takes
systems' knowledge and expertise to provide great service to the rest of the team and increase productivity.
You will learn the finer points of delivering great administrative support to your organisation.
NZ Certificate in Project Management [Level 4]
So you want to move into project management? Arm yourself with the knowledge and skills to lead, plan
and execute a project with confidence. Learn the complex techniques to successful project management
and develop your planning and problem solving skills.
NZ Certificate in Business (First Line Management) [Level 4]
Become a leader who motivates and inspires a team.
Managing a team is all about having the confidence and the techniques to lead effectively. Gain the self-
assurance to be a great leader. This programme will give you the systems and tools to lead in a capable and
confident manner and the motivation to take your career in management to the next level.
NZ Diploma in Business [Level 5]
Advance yourself – gain the tools you require to be a great business person. Specialise in Leadership and
Management, Accounting or Administration and Technology.

    Computing
NZ Certificate in Information Technology Essentials [Level 4]
Take the first step to a new career. It’s not always easy to change direction or start afresh but the rewards can be
powerful. If you have decided that a new career in IT is just what you need, then this certificate will provide the
first building block of your new career.

    Teaching
NZ Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching [Level 5]
If you aspire to teach and want a career in adult and tertiary teaching or training, this is a fantastic qualification
to set you on your teaching career path.
NZ Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education [Level 5]
If you are a teaching practitioner and want to develop your skills in teaching numeracy and literacy to adult
learners, this qualification is for you. Gain the tools to teach reading, writing and numeracy to adult learners.

      Want to know more? Visit online.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.
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COMPUTING
      Te Kura Pūkenga Rorohiko

                    “The lecturers at EIT go
                    above and beyond to
                    support the students."
                    "They put 110% into everything that they do. They are more than
                    supportive and almost turn into family. For my internship I chose
                    to come to Fujitsu and at the same time they were also advertising
                    a job so … I got the job."
                    Clayton Farmer
                    Bachelor of Computing Systems graduate
                    Fujitsu

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COMPUTING

COMPUTING
Looking for a serious computing qualification? At EIT you can gain a practical qualification that is designed to
help you gain employment in the IT industry. Most EIT diploma programmes and the Bachelor of Computing
Systems include industry-based placements or internships that can lead you to permanent employment.

       YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
       As an in-demand IT graduate you can take your skills anywhere in the world, be well paid and
       work in a fast-moving industry that is constantly evolving. There’s a huge variety of jobs, and your
       choices include business/systems analyst, database development and administration, developer/
       programmer, hardware engineering, network engineering, software engineer, help desk and IT
       support, or networks and systems administration.

To find out more check out computing.eit.ac.nz

        NZ Certificate in Computing (User Fundamentals) [Level 2]                                                            FEE FREE
Computer skills will help you get a job, promotions and earn more money.
If you have a little knowledge, skills or experience in computing then this is a great programme to start with.
This programme uses the Microsoft Office suite of software (Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint) to
provide you with foundation computing skills essential for employment and future study.

    Length Part-time                                         Start date February, May, July and October
                                                                            Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti, Hastings, Waipukurau,
    Fee        Fee FREE                                      Campus         Wairoa, Maraenui or study from home anywhere
                                                                            in New Zealand

        NZ Certificate in Computing (Intermediate User) [Level 3]                                                            FEE FREE
Balance your family life, work and other commitments comfortably while building on your introductory skills of
the Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Access and web).
You’ll be given finish dates to complete each course then it’s really up to when and where you do the work. As a
graduate you’ll be capable of using a range of common digital tools and technologies to an intermediate level.
You must have a basic knowledge of computing, or successfully completed the National Certificate in
Computing [Level 2].
    Length Part-time                                         Start date February, May, July and October
                                                                            Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti, Hastings, Waipukurau,
    Fee        Fee FREE                                      Campus         Wairoa, Maraenui or study from home anywhere
                                                                            in New Zealand

        NZ Certificate in Business (Administration and Technology) [Level 3]
This programme is ideal if you want to work in office administration. It gives you the essential skills and
knowledge to work or gain employment, in a wide range of supervised general office administration roles in a
variety of sectors.
These may include: receptionist, data entry operator, front line customer service role, call or contact centre
operator, secretary or an office support worker. Great administrators are at the heart of a well-run office and
this programme gives you the skills you need to take on the responsibility.

    Length 6 months full-time*                               Start date February and July

    Fee        $2,800 (approx)                               Campus         Hawke’s Bay
*
    Part-time study available. Online delivery available via TANZ see page 29

        Want to know more? Visit computing.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.
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NZ Certificate in Information Technology Essentials [Level 4]
      Fancy a career in New Zealand’s best-paid industry?
      IT qualifications are in high demand not just locally but worldwide. A computing career can take you wherever
      you want to go. This certificate is ideal if you are a school-leaver without University Entrance or just want to get
      started in IT with the aim of progressing further in study and your career.

          Length 6 months full-time*                                 Start date February and July
          Fee         $3,200 (approx)                                Campus          Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti
      *
          Part-time study available. Online delivery available via TANZ see page 29.

              Bachelor of Computing Systems [Level 7]
      Your IT future starts here. Develop a sound knowledge of computer hardware, data communications,
      information systems, IT management, networking, software development and systems analysis, and design.
      Join the global phenomenon of emerging technology - EIT now offers a new Major called Intelligent
      Systems (Automation, Internet of Things, Robotics).
      This degree will give you an understanding of, and the ability to develop, high quality computing solutions
      and an appreciation of the processes and practices necessary to meet the demands of a career in the fast
      moving computer world. You will undertake a major industry-based project or internship, which provides
      an opportunity for you to demonstrate your potential to employers and provides a taste of “real world”
      computing.
          Length 3 years full-time*                                                                  Start date February and July
          Fee         $6,100 per year (approx) depending on course selection                         Campus      Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti**
      *
          Part-time study available **Only the technical computing major is offered at Tairāwhiti.

              Graduate Diploma in Information Technology [Level 7]
      Gain the necessary advanced technical skills and insight so you can adapt to technological changes and meet
      the challenging demands of the IT world. Your new skill set will enhance an existing qualification and put you in
      good stead within your current or future workplace.
      You must have a bachelor degree or equivalent qualification.

          Length 1 year full-time*                                                                   Start date February and July
          Fee         $6,100 (approx)                                                                Campus      Hawke’s Bay
      *
          Part-time study available

                                                                It's easy to enrol - go to computing.eit.ac.nz
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COMPUTING

        Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology [Level 8]
Enhance your employment opportunities in the IT sector where there are recognised skills shortages in New
Zealand and internationally.
This programme designed to produce IT post graduates who are able to think critically and have a number of
high level skills in the IT field that can be applied in a wide range of situations. This diploma will also introduce
you to research in IT.
You must have a computing degree or equivalent qualification.

    Length 1 year full-time*                                                     Start date February and July
    Fee        $9,100 per year (approx) depending on course selection            Campus        Hawke’s Bay
*
    Part-time study available

        Master of Information Technology [Level 9]
IT qualifications are in high demand. Further your IT knowledge - this qualification is designed to produce
graduates that can think critically and have a number of high level skills in the IT field which can be applied
to a range of situations.
You must have an IT or related degree or a postgraduate diploma in IT with a B pass or higher.

               18 months full-time (or 6 months if you already have EIT's
    Length                                                                       Start date February and July
               Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology)*
    Fee        $9,100 per year (approx) depending on course selection            Campus        Hawke’s Bay
*
    Part-time study available

        Want to know more? Visit computing.eit.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.
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"Ideaschool gave me the
      opportunities that I needed"
      "Studying at EIT gave me great experiences and opportunities I know I
      couldn't have got anywhere else."
      Tamara Whenuaroa
      Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design graduate

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ideaschool te kura ahu taonga

IDEASCHOOL
Ideaschool educates imaginations. We embrace creativity in all its forms and teach qualifications across a range
of creative disciplines including visual arts and design, music, fashion and screen production. Our programmes
offer you a unique environment that brings together studio-based practical learning with critical thinking and
professional skills.
At Ideaschool, you become part of a creative community that nurtures you to become the artist, the designer,
the musician, the filmmaker or the fashion extraordinaire that you were meant to be.

   YOUR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
   The creative industries are the fastest growing economic sector world-wide. You could work as a
   graphic designer, art director, musician, filmmaker, fashion designer and in many other roles, or
   create a future as a fine artist. Our project-based programmes prepare you for real-world careers.

To find out more check out ideaschool.ac.nz
The following diagram gives you a good idea of the pathways you can follow.

 LEVEL 3
                                                                            Combines :
                                                          Screen Production - Music -Fashion - Art & Design
                                                                         60 Credits Level 3
                                                                             6 Months

 LEVEL 4

                                     Communication Media                                                 Arts & Design
                                     Screen Production - Music                                         Fashion - Art & Design
                                         60 Credits Level 4                                              60 Credits Level 4
                                             6 Months                                                        6 Months

 LEVEL 5
                                                                                          NZ Diploma in
                  NZ Diploma in                    NZ Diploma in Music                    Arts & Design                   NZ Diploma in Fashion
                Screen Production                        120 credits L5             Bachelor of Creative Practice                 120 credits L5
                    120 credits L5                                                          120 credits L5

 LEVEL 6

                                                                 NZ Diploma in Arts & Design)*
                                                                 Bachelor of Creative Practice
                                                                           120 credits L6

 LEVEL 7
                                                                 Bachelor of Creative Practice
                                                                          120 credits L7

 LEVEL 8
                                                                   Bachelor of Professional
                                                                   Creative Practice (Hons)
                                                                          120 credits L8

 LEVEL 9
                                                                          Master of
                                                                 Professional Creative Practice
                                                                           60 credits L9
           * Subject to NZQA approval

     Want to know more? Visit ideaschool.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.
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NZ Certificate in Arts and Design [Level 3]
       Develop your creative skills and techniques through a series of projects to build a portfolio. This is an
       introductory level programme which includes: Art and Design, Screen Production, Fashion and Music.
       In semester two you can go on to the Level 4 certificate in either Art & Design and Fashion or Screen
       Production and Music.

           Length 19 weeks full-time*                   Start date February and July
           Fee        $3,100 (approx)                   Campus         Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti
       *
           Part-time study available

               NZ Certificate in Arts and Design [Level 4]
       Develop your techniques and practical skills with studio experience in creative practice to build a portfolio for
       your Art & Design and Fashion. Successful completion of this certificate will assist your application into the NZ
       Diploma in Art & Design [Level 5], the NZ Diploma in Fashion [Level 5] or the Bachelor of Creative Practice
       [Levels 5-7].

           Length 19 weeks full-time*                   Start date     July
           Fee        $3,200 (approx)                   Campus         Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti
       *
           Part-time study available

               NZ Certificate in Communication Media [Level 4]
       Develop your knowledge and experience in the creative practice of Screen Production and Music to expand
       your portfolio.
       Successful completion of this certificate will assist your application into the NZ Diploma in Screen
       Production [Level 5], the NZ Diploma in Music [Level 5] or the Bachelor of Creative Practice [Levels 5-7].

           Length 19 weeks full-time*                   Start date     July
           Fee        $3,200 (approx)                   Campus         Hawke’s Bay
       *
           Part-time study available

                                                     It's easy to enrol - go to ideaschool.ac.nz
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ideaschool te kura ahu taonga

    NZ Diploma in Arts and Design [Level 5]
Through engaging in a series of real world and in-house projects, utilising various creative disciplines including
paint, sculpture, print, photography, graphic design and 3D design, you will get the skills, knowledge and
attributes needed to think creatively and develop a career as a practicing creative. With your diploma
completed successfully you can continue on to the Bachelor of Creative Practice.

 Length 1 year full-time                             Start date February
 Fee        $6,600 (approx)                          Campus       Hawke’s Bay

    NZ Diploma in Fashion [Level 5]
This programme will introduce you to the bigger picture of the fashion industry and how it operates both
locally and globally. This is a newly developed programme after consultation with the whole New Zealand
fashion industry. You could then continue to the Bachelor of Creative Practice.
The programme will have ‘real life’ opportunities with projects from the community and industry.
 Length 1 year full-time                             Start date February
 Fee        $6,900 (approx)                          Campus       Hawke’s Bay or Tairāwhiti

    NZ Diploma in Music [Level 5]
Get a creative career in the music industry.
You will be developing your practical skills during individual and group projects to prepare you for a
diverse and exciting career. You can then continue to the Bachelor of Creative Practice.

 Length 1 year full-time                             Start date February
 Fee        $6,700 (approx)                          Campus       Hawke’s Bay

       Want to know more? Visit ideaschool.ac.nz for more details and to check the full programme entry requirements.
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NZ Diploma in Screen Production [Level 5]
       Get a creative career in the film, video and screen production industry.
       You will be developing your practical skills during individual and group projects to prepare you for a great
       career. You can then continue to the Bachelor of Creative Practice.

           Length 1 year full-time                      Start date February
           Fee        $7,100 (approx)                   Campus         Hawke’s Bay

               Bachelor of Creative Practice [Level 7]
       Through engaging in a series of real-life and in-house projects, and exploring various creative disciplines
       including design, fashion, music, screen production and visual arts, the Bachelor of Creative Practice teaches the
       skills, knowledge and attributes needed to think innovatively and develop a career as a creative practitioner in
       your chosen discipline.
           Length 3 years full-time*                    Start date February
           Fee        $6,600 per year (approx)          Campus         Hawke’s Bay
       *
           Part-time study available

               Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiri-ā-rangi) - Bachelor of Professional Creative Practice (Honours) [Level 8]
       This programme is collaboratively offered by EIT’s two iconic creative practice schools, Ideaschool and
       Toihoukura, offering you an exclusive opportunity to engage with staff and students at both schools. It offers a
       unique perspective from both the European and Māori creative culture allowing a wide selection of media to
       be advanced.
       It is designed to enable graduates and other artists to further their creative practice through guided
       reflection, research and professional practice. You will create an effective and professional body of creative
       work, make it publicly available and speak professionally about that work based on in-depth and broad
       research. Following completion of this honours programme, you may progress to Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiriao) -
       Master of Professional Creative Practice.

           Length 1 year full-time*                     Start date February
                                                                       Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti or by distance with an
           Fee        $7,200 (approx)                   Campus
                                                                       on-campus component
       *
           Part-time study available

               Te Hono ki Toi (Poutiriao) - Master of Professional Creative Practice [Level 9]
       This master's programme is collaboratively offered by EIT’s two iconic creative practice schools, Toihoukura
       and Ideaschool, offering you an exclusive opportunity to engage with staff and students at both schools. It
       offers a unique perspective from both the European and Māori creative culture allowing a wide selection of
       media to be advanced.
       This offers a unique perspective from both the Māori creative culture and European allowing a wide selection
       of media to be advanced. You will have the opportunity to create a body of creative work to a standard
       that develops, extends and refines prior professional practices, processes and knowledge. This will be
       achieved through research and critical evaluation to strengthen your creative practice while contextualizing
       your practice in relation to relevant communities, contemporary concepts, models theory, technologies and
       professional practice management techniques.
           Length 6 months full-time*                   Start date February
                      $3,600 (approx). This does
                                                                       Hawke’s Bay, Tairāwhiti or by distance with an
           Fee        not include required Honours      Campus
                                                                       on-campus component
                      courses above
       *
           Part-time study available

                                                     It's easy to enrol - go to ideaschool.ac.nz
38   eit.ac.nz
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