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YEAR2015-16
QUALIFICATION COURSE
COURSE CODE
NZQA LEVEL
DURATION
ENTRY REQUIREMENT
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FEE
NEXT INTAKE
ADMISSION DATE
FURTHER DETAILS
Certificate in Grapegrowing & Winemaking Certificate WGCGW/EI01
Level 4
1 Year
Year 12 completion + IELTS 5.5
with no band below 5.0; or equivalent
NZD 17,900
Feb, Jul Open Now More Info
Diploma in Wine Marketing Diploma WGDWM/EI02
Level 5
1 Year
Year 12 completion + IELTS 6.0
with no band below 5.5; or equivalent
NZD 19,200
Feb, Jul Open Now More Info
Diploma in Grapegrowing & Winemaking Diploma WGDGW/EI03
Level 6
1 Year
Year 12 completion with Chemistry, Physics or Maths + IELTS 6.0
with no band below 5.5; or equivalent
NZD 20,500
Feb, Jul Open Now More Info
Bachelor of Viticulture  (Bvit) Bachelor Degree WGBVit/EI04
Level 7
3 Years
Year 12 completion with Chemistry, Physics or Maths + IELTS 6.0
with no band below 5.5; or equivalent
NZD 61,500
Feb, Jul Open Now More Info
Bachelor of Wine Science (BWSc) Bachelor Degree WGBWSc/EI05
Level 7
3 Years
Year 12 completion with Chemistry, Physics or Maths + IELTS 6.0
with no band below 5.5; or equivalent
NZD 61,500
Feb, Jul Open Now More Info
Bachelor of Viticulture  and Bachelor of Wine Science (Cocurrent)
Bachelor Degree
WGBV-WS/EI06
Level 7
4 Years
Year 12 completion with Chemistry, Physics or Maths + IELTS 6.0
with no band below 5.5; or equivalent
NZD 82,000
Feb, Jul Open Now More Info

COURSE COSTS INCLUDE :
The Fee mentioned above is indicative and subject to change by the Institutes without notice. More details available in the prospectus at the time of application.

The Fee normally includes

  • GST (Government Goods and Services Tax)
  • NZQA registration and credit fees
  • All tuition, student workbooks, manuals, and resources
  • All outside visits, and domestic field trips.

COURSE COSTS EXCLUDE :

  • Immigration Application and Visa Fee
  • Personal stationery
  • Any applicable Resource Fee / Student Services Fee by respective Institute
  • Additional Certificates cost if any
  • Lost, destroyed or stolen workbooks
  • Uniform costs
  • Transport to and from the airport/transport station/institute
  • All meals, drinks and items of a personal nature
  • Any bank fees incurred.

HOW TO APPLY :

International Students need to complete an application enrolment form and E-mail to us at admissions@nze.ac.nz
Enrolment is easy. Simply request an application form to be emailed or posted to you or download the form from our web site. Select the course/courses a student wants. The information you provide will enable us to assess student’s suitability for our courses.

ENROLMENT PROCESS :

  • If accepted we will notify you within 72 business hours that we have received student’s application with all the correct documents and that we are holding a place for the student on a course.
  • The student will be required to undertake an assessment interview either in person or by other means (When English proficiency is met).
  • The student will receive a letter of offer or conditional letter of offer confirming his/her place.
  • The student will receive an invoice for his/her total course costs.
  • Full payment is required within 7 days of receiving letter of offer or conditional letter of offer.
  • On full payment of invoice the student will receive his/her receipt and be able to start his/her visa application process.
  • If a student’s enrolment is unsuccessful, he/she will be notified outlining what criteria is not met.

IMMIGRATION / STUDENT VISA :

International students wishing to study in New Zealand must have a current student visa or permit.
Full details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available through the New Zealand Immigration Service, and can be viewed on their website at http://www.immigration.govt.nz/ OR contact E-mail : info@nze.ac.nz

ELIGIBILITY FOR HEALTH SERVICES :

Most international students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand. If a student receives medical treatment during his/her visit, he/she may be liable for the full costs of that treatment. Full details on entitlements to publicly-funded health services are available through the Ministry of Health, and can be viewed on their website at http://www.moh.govt.nz

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