Happy New Year from NMIT!
As we farewell the most challenging year ever for international education, we welcome the new hope that 2021 brings in terms of the start of recovery for our industry. We hope you have renewed energy and optimism for 2021, and they year has started well for you. At NMIT we continue to go from strength to strength with our online delivery to students overseas, and I am glad to announce lower prices for all our offshore online programmes. The prices for programmes delivered in person remain this same.
Scholarships for offshore online study remain the same:
Offshore Online study: https://www.nmit.ac.nz/study/study-in-new-zealand/online-study-for-overseas-students
Updated offshore online study prices:
|Student Services Levy
|Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Management
|Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Management
|Master of Applied Management
|New Zealand Certificate in English Language (NZCEL) – One Level, 16 weeks
|Graduate Diploma in Management
Due to a lack of demand, we are no longer offering the Graduate Diploma in Information Technology online.
However, we have added two new programmes through our eCampus online learning platform:
- New Zealand Diploma in Business (Accounting)
- New Zealand Diploma in Business (Leadership and Management)
These diplomas count as the first year of specific NMIT Bachelor of Commerce majors. By completing these one year diplomas online students can get credit for the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce, and may then complete the final two years at NMIT.
Online offshore programmes are all taught asynchronously (i.e. it doesn’t matter what time zone a student is in), except for NZCEL which has 8 hours a week of live classes timed for the New Zealand afternoon on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
NZCEL Part-time Online
We are introducing part-time NZCEL classes online. This should appeal to students who may have to balance NMIT online study with their other study and work responsibilities in their home country. The part-time delivery would mean NZCEL is taught at half load over twice the number of weeks:
32 weeks of study
18.75 hours of study required per week (4 hours live classes + 14.75 hours self-study)
Live classes would be delivered for two hours in the afternoon on Saturday and Sunday (New Zealand time).
Intakes dates are flexible, we just need 6 students to start a new intake.
Prices remain the same for one level of NZCEL.
Please email me if you have applicants interested in this new style of NZCEL delivery we plan to begin in March.