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Ella Digital Marketing Graduate

Take a leap into the digital marketing realm with Elle Wuthrich

In today’s digital world, we find ourselves more connected to each other than ever before. There is an importance to understanding and learning the ins and outs of our digital world. Here, we share Elle’s journey towards navigating her way through the digital marketing landscape. Initially working as a financial advisor, Elle originally completed a […]

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digital marketing career choices

Digital Marketing Career Choices: Stability, Variety, or Flexibility?

So, shiny digital marketing qualification in hand, you’re ready to unleash your skills on clients. But how? Most people choose one of these three paths – become an employee for an organisation, work in-house for an agency or go solo as a freelancer. Each has its pros and cons and only you can know which might work best. Working as

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email marketing

Email Marketing Strategy: How Often and When to Reach Your Audience

To some people sending email newsletters sounds like an old-fashioned marketing technique, compared to a shiny social media account. But email marketing still has plenty of benefits. Three key benefits of email marketing 1. You are talking directly to your customers If someone has chosen to opt in to your email newsletter, they are choosing

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interview with Maddison Pace

What is it like to work in social media? Chat with Maddison Pace.

There is a glamour often associated with a career in social media marketing. The buzz of influencer marketing, the drive for engagement by crafting creative content; and the quest to go viral by engaging followers to grow your fans. Amidst the realm of posting photos, creating reels and TikTok’s; stories; live video; comments; shares; and

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Influencer Marketing

Influencer Marketing on a Budget: The Rise of Micro-Influencers

Ever been scrolling through social media and seen a small business talking about how sales have skyrocketed because a celeb or major influencer mentioned their brand? You’ve probably thought, “I wish that would happen to my business”. Sadly the chances of that happening to most businesses are pretty low. Of course, you could always try

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voice search optimisation

Hey Siri, OK Google, Alexa! Why and How to Optimise for Voice Search

Hey Siri, OK Google, Alexa! What’s voice search and why should I be paying attention? Voice search lets you carry out internet searches or commands by talking rather than typing. It is commonly used on cellphones, but is also available on laptops and desktop computers if you are using a search engine like Google and

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Entry Criteria:

To be admitted into NZ Certificate in English Language Level 4 General, all applicants must meet the following requirements:

a) Be a speaker of English as an additional language; and

b) Hold a NZCEL Applied Level 3 [3667] qualification; or

c) Pass an NZIE entry test that meets the requirements for the CEFR B2 requirements or equivalent; and

d) Be of a minimum age of 16 years or older; and.

e) Be a New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency OR Certificate of Refugee Status and evidence of eligibility to study for the duration of enrolment.

Entry Criteria:

To be admitted into NZ Certificate in English Language Level 3 General, all applicants must meet the following requirements:

a) Be a speaker of English as an additional language; and

b) Hold a NZCEL Level 2 qualification; or

c) Pass an NZIE entry test that meets the requirements for the CEFR mid B1 requirements or equivalent; and

d) Be of a minimum age of 16 years or older; and.

e) Be a New Zealand citizen or resident; or have Certificate of Refugee Status and evidence of eligibility to study for the duration of enrolment.

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You are only eligible for Fees-Free if you haven’t previously undertaken more than 60 credits (half a year of equivalent full-time tertiary education, 0.5 EFTS) at Level 3 or above on the NZQF – New Zealand Qualifications Framework.

To check if you meet the requirements, visit the New Zealand Government’s Fees-Free website and enter your National Student Number (NSN)

If you do not have an NSN, contact your Student Support Advisor.

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