Student Services

Career Support

“It’s been really helpful to remain connected with Jana, who has kept me in the loop with job opportunities. It just really solidifies the feeling that I made a good choice with NZIE because they will support students even after they’ve graduated. It’s not just ‘Here’s your diploma, see you later.’” Kellianne Lysaght, Digital Marketing […]

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Academic Support

Meet Miriam Seifert – Programme Leader and Academic Support Officer. “I am passionate about supporting students with empathy and compassion.” Miriam Seifert Miriam has been involved in tertiary teaching for over 7 years, teaching marketing and other business courses. She holds a Doctoral Degree in Strategic Marketing from the University of Auckland. Supports students along

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Wellbeing Support

“If any students want to discuss anything that might be affecting their wellbeing in a safe environment, confidentially, they can get in touch with me… I can refer students to professional and community services that are available. This includes counselling and financial advice.” Shirley Wood NZIE’s Wellbeing Support  Provides over the phone/Zoom counselling to students

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Cultural Support

“Great incorporation of Te Reo Maori me ona tikanga – not just as a practice and ritual but also as an ice breaker. It always puts everyone in a place of balance and leaning, valuing difference and how we all have unique skills and experience to offer…as Māori, it makes me feel seen and validated

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Student Support

Meet The Client Success Team: The Client Success Team looks after both academic and non-academic issues and challenges for students on their journey. Each of them has a different role in supporting students at NZIE. “I think one thing that stood out for me, having studied at a university previously… was just the care 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.

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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