NZIE Life

Te Taua Moana Marae Wananga

This month NZIE management team were introduced to a unique professional development day. This experience truly was one of a kind. Due to being held on a marae, in a fully carved meeting house. Additionally we were all new to a Marae Wananga (workshop). However the manaakitanga (hospitality) that we received from Terehia and Ngahiwi …

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5 ways to boost your mental well-being whilst studying

5 ways to boost your mental well-being whilst studying Health and wellbeing is the foundation upon which the human experience lies. Mental health frames and filters our external perception. Being mentally healthy is a pre-curser to experiencing happiness, to finding fulfilment, and ultimately to engaging with our surroundings with positivity and gratitude. It is harder …

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The Invisible Leadership

I had the opportunity to run a professional development workshop for our staff at NZIE on international students’ journey through higher education and our commitment to the Code of Practice for the Pastoral care of International Students. To set the scene for the workshop, I invited a small group of students to participate in a …

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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.

Fees 2020

Student loans available through Study Link. Check if you are eligible here. 

Fees-Free Study.  

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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