New Zealand Tertiary College (school on TEACHING)

 

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Undergraduate

  • Demonstrate your ability to meet the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand’s Good Character and Fit to be Teacher Policy (2007) criteria
  • Provide written referee report(s)
  • Satisfy New Zealand Police clearance conditions
  • Declare any physical or learning disability, or diverse needs that may impact on your performance as a student

*Applicants who have gained their qualification outside of New Zealand have to provide an NZQA International Qualifications Assessment confirming the level and credit value of the bachelor’s degree.

 

Please note:

There is no special admission provision for this qualification

Credits for prior formal learning are not awarded towards this qualification

 

Language Entry Criteria:

  • All students are required by the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand to provide evidence of their English language competency. Details of these requirements can be found HERE
  • Applicants not able to provide evidence of their English language competency may request an exemption from the Teaching Council. Please contact us for further information.
  • International students are also required to provide proof of their English language competency by meeting the language criteria defined in Rule 18 of the NZQF Programme Approval and Accreditation Rules 2013 for a Level 7 qualification.
  • Note: International students must still meet language entry criteria as defined in Rule 18 of the NZQF Programme Approval and Accreditation Rules 2013 even if a Teaching Council exemption is approved.

 

Masters

  • Hold a Level 7 Bachelor’s degree (360 credits), or higher qualification with an average grade deemed acceptable to the Academic Board* OR completed the requirements of the Postgraduate Diploma in Education from NZTC with a grade point average of merit or higher
  • Declare any physical or learning disability, or diverse needs that may impact on your performance as a student
  • Applicants may be required to succeed in a personal interview

*Applicants who have gained their qualification outside of New Zealand will have their qualification assessed by NZTC but may need to provide an NZQA International Qualifications Assessment confirming the level and credit value of the bachelor’s degree.

 

Please note:

  • Credit for prior formal learning may be awarded towards this qualification at the discretion of the College

Language Entry Criteria:

International students are required to provide proof of their English language competency by meeting the language criteria defined in Rule 18 of the NZQF Programme Approval and Accreditation Rules 2013 for a level 8 qualification.

Domestic students with English as an additional language are required to provide proof of their English language competency.

Undergraduate

  • Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Early Childhood Education)
  • Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education)
  • Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) Upgrade
  • Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) Upgrade (NZTC graduates)
  • Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education)
  • New Zealand Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 6)
  • New Zealand Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 5)

 

Masters

  • Master of Education (Early Childhood Education)
  • Master of Early Childhood Education
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Early Childhood Education)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Leadership and Management)

Undergraduate

  • $8,071 (Program fees) - Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Early Childhood Education)
  • $6,021 per year - Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education)
  • $6,048 (Program fees) - Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) Upgrade
  • $3,024 (program fees) - Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) Upgrade (NZTC graduates)
  • $6,072 per year - Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education)
  • $5,848 (program fees) - New Zealand Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 6)
  • $5,848 (program fees) - New Zealand Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 5)

 

Masters

  • $12,690 - $12,920 (Program fees) - Master of Education (Early Childhood Education)
  • $10,926 (program fees) - Master of Early Childhood Education
  • $7,284 (program fees) - Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Early Childhood Education)
  • $3,642 (program fees) - Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Leadership and Management)

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide your through the whole admission process.

 

Student Accommodation

This residential fee includes three meals per day, seven days a week provided in our dining hall. Use of Common room and kitchen as well as laundry, car and bike parking in Living Halls. Price also includes on-site security services.

Accommodation - Pricing

  • Small private room (Halls 1-6) 10,200.45 USD per year
  • Large private room (Halls 8-10) 10,880.24 USD per year
  • Homestay 11,560.26 USD per year

Floor space:

  • Halls 1-6: Approx 7 square metres
  • Halls 8-9: Approx 11 square metres
  • Hall 10: Approx 10.5 square metres

 

After submitting your application here, an admission counselor will guide your through the whole admission process.

This is the rule for students studying abroad...

Yes, you can work but about 90% of countries don't give student work permits... However, students can work informally and part-time... But all governments and university do not expect students to depend on their possible employment to pay for their tuition and accommodation...

In fact, it not ever possible for students to study full-time each semester and work as well and yet be able to earn enough for their tuition fees and accommodation... Not possible...

They might be able to depend on their possible work for living expense but never for tuition and accommodation...

They can't study and still earn enough for those kinds of stuff (unless they have their own businesses).