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WELLINGTON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY | NEW ZEALAND

Choosing to study abroad is exciting, challenging, rewarding and life changing. It is important to know you are making the right choice.
Studying at a world-class vocational institute such as WelTec will give you skills that are increasingly in demand in the global economy. The small class size, personal support and applied nature of our programmes allow you to integrate into the Kiwi way of life and give you the opportunity to succeed in your studies. Skills and experience gained from living and studying in Wellington, will benefit you here in New Zealand, in your home country and around the world. The WelTec International Team has personal experience living and studying abroad so we understand the significance of the decision you are Jason Matangi Director, WelTec International about to make. It is important to enjoy a balanced lifestyle in your new environment while also focusing on your academic programme. You will find that everyone who works at WelTec is committed to helping you achieve success in your studies by providing a supportive and friendly learning environment. I welcome you to Wellington Institute of Technology and congratulate you on your study choice.

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Wellington Institute of Technology


WelTec is a public Institute of Technology established and funded by the New Zealand Government. With over 150 programmes offered from its four campuses students have a wealth of choice of internationally recognised courses that are approved and accredited by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). WelTec provides seamless English and academic pathways to its programmes and credit for qualifications gained offshore. A broad range of qualifications is offered from certificates and diplomas to degree and graduate diploma courses. Programmes are developed with industry partners, using the latest technologies to provide real world courses that are practical and relevant for todays workplace. Targeted academic support provides a caring and stimulating study environment and students enter employment work ready and fully prepared to take their place in the global marketplace.

a great place to study, work and live


Lonely Planets Coolest Little Capital
Join us in the Coolest Little Capital in the World. Wellington is the political, cultural and creative capital of New Zealand. It has the highest incomes, best educated work force and lowest unemployment in the country. Lonely Planet included Wellington in its Top 10 Cities and called us the Coolest Little Capital in the World.

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Great Quality of Life
In Wellington youll benefit from our quality housing, excellent infrastructure, comprehensive healthcare, outstanding education, a great selection of restaurants and other amenities, all set in a stunning environment with many opportunities for outdoor activities. You can have the best of both worlds in Wellington; a vibrant cosmopolitan city for work and the proximity of nature and the countryside either to live in or escape to during the weekends.

Multi-Cultural
Wellington is compact and cosmopolitan. People from all over the world choose to live here, making it a diverse and exciting place to be. Over 40 different countries have Embassies in the city, and a familiar face is never far away. Wellington celebrates diversity and the people look forward to welcoming you and showing you what they love about their city.

Vibrant
With more bars, cafes and restaurants per capita than New York, over 50 museums and galleries plus shopping arcades, designer boutiques, markets, concerts, events and elegant civic architecture you get all the benefits of a big city without the hassle.

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Packed With Events
If you like festivals and street parties, youll like Wellington. As well as local events, music festivals and carnivals, Wellington hosts high profile events such as the International Arts Festival, NZI Rugby Sevens, Montana World of Wearable Art and Summer City Festival Wellington. There is always something on and something for everyone.

Business and Creative Opportunities


Leading business and creative minds and world-changing organisations thrive in Wellingtons collaborative atmosphere. WelTecs industry links provide opportunities to work with innovative businesses and become stimulated by fresh ideas and new outlooks.

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With a stunning harbour setting, Wellington offers you a vibrant, multicultural and accepting environment in which to study, work and live. Discover more about Wellington as a great study destination at www.wellingtonnz.co.nz

Wellington is a great city to study in. Coming from a city of 11 million it was nice to have everything so close. You have all the facilities of an urban city but you dont need a car to get around, it doesnt take long to get anywhere.
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Employers want graduates who have practical skills, are comfortable using new technology, can solve problems, develop new ideas and can learn from experience.
Industry Links
WelTec has strong business, industry and professional partnerships. Our programmes are developed closely with industry professionals to ensure courses and qualifications are current and relevant to business and employment needs.

Practical Programmes
Students work on real projects and employers routinely recruit our graduates directly from WelTec. Up to 95% of WelTec students undertake some form of work placement or work experience as part of their studies. This can include industry-based projects, cadetships, internships, field trips, WelTec campus and practical work placements.

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Small Classes
WelTec classes are designed to ensure you dont get lost in the crowd. Our maximum class size is 80, with most being much smaller. If you take cookery therell only be 23 students in the kitchen with you. You can really get to know your lecturers and tutors and classmates.

Graduates in Demand
WelTecs practical approach, small classes and dedicated tutors produce graduates who are set for success and can easily and quickly make the transition to work. Employers say they receive real value from employing WelTec graduates and having students on site for work experience.

Regular practical application of the topics covered in the classroom means WelTec graduates are work ready. These young people are able to add value straight away.
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WelTec International

Our international team is your first point of contact. Our friendly and welcoming team will assist you with: Applications for enrolment Accommodation arrangements Airport pick-up upon your arrival An orientation programme Student visa and insurance requirements Ongoing support during your stay at WelTec

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Some of the topics covered include: Information about living in New Zealand - our laws, culture and customs Information about WelTec including its student services, facilities, and events Immigration and insurance policies and regulations Your rights and responsibilities as a student at WelTec Each academic area also provides a programme orientation tailored specifically for their courses. Once orientation has been completed you can finalise your enrolment and pick up your ID card, giving you access to an array of technology and student services.

Personal Education Plan

The Personal Education Plan (PEP) is a key part of the enrolment process at WelTec. All students coming to WelTec can take advantage of this free service. PEP provides targeted support, including; career goals, programme choice, learning styles, study goals, numeracy and literacy levels and strategies for success.

Accommodation
WelTec can assist you by placing you in the right accommodation to suit your needs. Wellington is a compact city and 10km separate the Petone and City campuses so it is important to plan your desired living situation. You can choose to live with other students, by yourself or with a New Zealand family. The choices include: Homestays On-campus accommodation Flatting Temporary accommodation You should note that most forms of accommodation require a signed lease or contract between the landlord and the tenant.

Airport Pick-up Service


WelTec offers a free airport pick-up service from Wellington airport to your accommodation. You need to provide us with your flight details and time of arrival into Wellington airport and your accommodation location.

Student Services
WelTec offers a wide range of support services, including Student Learning Support, medical care, a counselling service, the Students Association, programme advisors and accommodation assistance. International students can take advantage of a prayer room and the student caf on campus. Student IDs also allow access to computer suites, wireless internet and after hours entry to the WelTec campuses.

Orientation
At the start of each trimester there is an orientation programme for new international students. Attendance at this programme is compulsory and it is an excellent opportunity to meet other students and make new friends on your arrival in New Zealand.

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It is very important to get the proper advice before any agreement is entered into. WelTec International can help you find accommodation close to campus. More accommodation information can be found at: www.weltec.ac.nz/accommodation

Homestays
Homestays are arranged with New Zealand families who wish to welcome international students into their home life. A homestay is a great way to experience the New Zealand lifestyle, make friends and to practice your English. You will have your own room and all meals are provided. For many international parents this is an ideal option for their children. We will ensure that we introduce you to a family that is right for you. Cost: Ranges from NZ$230 NZ$250 per week. The minimum stay is four weeks.

All units are self-catered with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities. This is an excellent option for independent living, proximity to campus and for making friends with other students. Cost: NZ$160 per week (not including food and bills) with a minimum term of 20 weeks or one trimester. A bond of two weeks rent is also required.

backpackers. This is ideal for those who need a place to stay for a few days to find their feet prior to making permanent living arrangements. Cost: Ranges from NZ$25 to NZ$50 per day (not including food).

Private Rental Accommodation (flatting)


Students who wish to live independently can rent an apartment or share a house with others. WelTec International can assist with finding a suitable flat close to the WelTec campuses in Wellington and Petone. Students usually have their own room in a house they share with other students. Bathroom and kitchen facilities are shared along with bills for utilities. Cost: Ranges from NZ$100 NZ$150 per week (not including food and bills).

Estimated Living Costs


Your living costs will vary depending on how long you stay and your accommodation. You will need to have access to a suitable amount of money to obtain your visa. For one academic year or 38 weeks your basic costs are likely to be:

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RENT SHARED AccOMMODAtION WeeKlY eXpeNSeS (food and pErsonaL itEms) UtIlItIeS (gas, ELECtriCity, tELEphonE, intErnEt) pUblIc tRANSpORt eNteRtAINMeNt cOStS

Cost NZ$
$130 / wEEk $70 / wEEk

On-campus accommodation
The Britannia Park student complex is a three-minute walk from the WelTec Petone campus. Students have the option of either a twin-share room or a single room for themselves in shared apartment blocks.

$40 / wEEk $30 / wEEk $30 / wEEk $300 / wEEk

Temporary Accommodation
If you need a place to stay near Wellington, from one day to a few weeks, WelTec can arrange temporary accommodation at a

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($11,400 for 38 wEEks)

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WelTec offers a broad range of approved qualifications from certificates and diplomas to degree and graduate diploma programmes.
The qualification levels allow for staged pathways through the programmes and range from Level 4 to Level 7 on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. WelTec has flexible delivery options for almost any type of study option. WelTec also offers pathway programmes in English language and academic study for those who need preparation for their area of study. International students can enrol directly from high school or after completing professional qualifications or work experience in their home countries. You can enter at any level providing you satisfy the entry criteria. Previous study or work experience can provide credit towards a diploma or degree programme.

ESOL
WelTecs English language programmes act as a pathway to further academic study to our certificate, degree, bachelor and graduate diploma programmes or to study at other tertiary institutions in New Zealand and abroad. Our programmes are tailored to your level of learning, and allow you to work through them to reach your goals.

Foundation Courses
WelTecs foundation programmes are designed to increase your knowledge of key areas and get your study off to the right start. Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Engineering Foundations Certificate in Preparation for Tertiary Studies

Credit Transfer
WelTec will consider previous study as credit towards bachelor degrees or 2-year diploma programmes. This can help to shorten the time you have to study for your qualification in New Zealand. Students need to apply for credit by indicating clearly on the enrolment form and must provide relevant supporting documentation. Credit can also be considered for prior learning or significant work experience in a relevant field.

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Graduate Diploma Degree Diploma Certificate Level 4
Certificates recognise skills and knowledge required to work in a chosen industry. Generally 17 weeks to one year in duration.

Level 7
An intense one-year course covering core topics in the field. These accelerated programmes are designed for those wishing to broaden their existing knowledge or to retrain.

Level 7
A degree is awarded for advanced study that concentrates on general principals and essential knowledge. They are three years in length.

Levels 5 and 6
Diplomas allow you to gain a broad range of general skills and knowledge, followed by an opportunity to focus on career related options. You will usually complete a diploma in two years.

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Work Experience
WelTecs programmes are taught by lecturers who are industry specialists and classes strike a good balance between academic content and a real-life industry focus. Many of the WelTec programmes include a work placement or industry project that allow you to gain real-world skills and crucial contacts in business. This can open up the door to potential employment in a full-time position.

Working in the Capital City of New Zealand


If you are studying for a Level 5 Diploma or higher you will normally be permitted to work while you study. This will generally allow you to work for up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and full-time over the summer months. This is a great way to gain valuable work experience, meet local New Zealanders and to assist with your finances while you study. Just remember your academic programme is the most important aspect of your stay in New Zealand and care must be taken that work does not interfere with your class commitments.

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Information Technology
Information Security | Software Engineering Networking | Hardware | Web design
Develop your career with a hands-on approach to learning, programmes developed for the real world and internationally recognised qualifications. Become certified in our on-site authorised Prometric, Pearson VUE and KRYTERION testing centre. Youll have access to a range of specialised facilities, equipment sets and resources. Youll also have the opportunity to apply for a cadetship with prominent IT companies where youll gain valuable work experience and may receive paid part-time or holiday work or a contribution towards your study fees.

I researched lots of destinations in New Zealand and Australia before deciding on WelTec. The

environment and facilities cant be beaten.


AKHIl GARg - India
Graduate Diploma in Information Assurance & Security

tutors are excellent and highly experienced; and the

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GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION ASSURANCE AND SECURITY | L7


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GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | L7


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DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SERVICING | L5


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FEBRUARY & JULY 1 YEAR 6.0

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Gain a comprehensive understanding of the security and maintenance of information. The only programme of its kind in New Zealand, youll learn how to integrate security policy, practices and technologies into operational infrastructures and explore the principles of survivability and information assurance. Entry requires a degree in Computer Science or in Information Technology, preferably with networking or equivalent practical, professional or educational experience as a systems or network administrator.

Develop a comprehensive understanding of specialist areas within IT including: software development (Java), information systems and management, human computer interaction, database design and implementation, information security and project management. Youll gain the right tools to apply your knowledge to an IT project. Entry requires a degree in computer science, information technology, information systems or computer application, or equivalent practical, professional or educational experience in the IT industry.

Develop a broad range of skills relevant to the desktop support and computer servicing area, including communication, networking and electronic repair and maintenance. The programme prepares you for external certification exams to gain the CompTIA A+, Help Desk Analyst (HDA), Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) and Network+ industry certifications.

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Get your degree in applied IT and graduate workready and in-demand. WelTecs Bachelor of Information Technology includes majors in Networking, Programming, Software Engineering and Information Security. You can specialise in the area of study that suits your interest, or you can choose to have no major and gain a broad based range of skills. Youll gain hands-on learning with practical labwork and industry-based projects giving you the opportunity to research, select, integrate and apply a range of techniques and technology to solve a workplace problem.

Covers the fundamentals of IT, communication, mathematics and interpersonal skills. Youll be introduced to computers and software packages, alternative information processing technologies, programme development and design, and the technology environment. Theories gained in year one are applied in controlled examples. Practical experience is gained in programming development, operating systems, systems analysis and design, data models and databases, system implementation and control, data communications and networks.

Focuses on one of three specialised areas: programming, networking or web development.

YEAR THREE

This year includes an industry relevant project developed and completed through working in a team environment. Upon completion, you will have developed an advanced level of skills in software development, systems analysis design and control, data communications, networks, intelligent systems, programming and databases.

One of the great things about WelTecs IT programmes, is that

you can staircase from certificate and diploma level programmes all the way through to degree level and the graduate diploma
CAMERON TONGUE
Diploma in Software Engineering

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Bachelor of Information Technology

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Business Studies
Business Accounting | Human Resources Management | Marketing
The applied nature of our programmes and commercial focus ensure your qualification is relevant, practical and in demand by employers. Strong links with the business sector means you will have the opportunity to work on projects with and for industry. WelTec programmes are taught at both of our Wellington campuses, and prepare you to continue with higher study at WelTec or at university in New Zealand. Programmes offer flexible enrolment in February, July or November.

I can apply what I have learnt in class to the real world.


helpful and approachable.
LIAO YIN SHENG - China
New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDB)

I love WelTec because tutors here are very

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GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAgEMENT (HOSPITALITY STRATEgY) | L6


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GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAgEMENT (HR STRATEgY) | L7


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FEBRUARY & JULY 1 YEAR 6.0

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAgEMENT (ORgANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT) | L7


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Develop your knowledge and skills in the area of business management within the context of the hospitality sector. Youll study business intelligence, analytics, project and strategic management, HR, finance and the management of service organisations. Plus youll choose an elective paper from Global Issues in Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour or Contemporary Issues in Change Management.

Develop a sound knowledge of the essentials of human resource management, integrating theoretical concepts and research into practice. Youll focus on the strategic role of human resources and their contribution to organisational performance and examine key elements of human resource management.

Enhance and develop your understanding and application of management theories and skills with this broad-based programme. Youll focus on tactics to increase the effectiveness and viability of an organisation and how to craft appropriate strategies for change. Youll gain a sound understanding of business intelligence, analytics, leadership, organisational behaviour, financial management, strategic management and change management.

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DIPLOMA IN MARKETING | L6
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FEBRUARY, juLy & novEmbEr 1.5 YEAR 6.0

DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING (ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN) | L6


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Develop a broad base of business knowledge and skills. You can select from papers that cover a comprehensive range of areas, or opt to specialise in management, accountancy, marketing or human resources. The NZ Diploma in Business is endorsed by NZIM and NZICA and provides a pathway to degree study at many New Zealand universities and institutes of technology and polytechnics. Graduates receive the NZIM Diploma in Management for successful completion of year one of the programme.

Develop knowledge and practical skills in marketing, sales and communication. Youll gain an insight into marketing and sales practice, marketing planning and strategy, buyer behaviour and market research and develop core generic business skills with optional papers in other areas which will complement your studies. Enhance your career and employment prospects in marketing or credit these papers towards a business degree.

Learn how to establish, manage and monitor financial reporting systems, prepare accounts, statements, invoices and tax returns, prepare budgets, plans and cash flow forecasts. Advance to a career as an accounting technician, assistant accountant and a range of mid-level management opportunities in professional firms and financial services organisations. This 12-course programme provides the academic requirements for entry into the College of Accounting Technicians of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

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Gain a thorough understanding of business communication and management techniques to help you develop leadership and first-level supervision and management skills. Recognised by the New Zealand Institute of Management (NZIM), this broad-based qualification can be taken as a stand-alone qualification or studied concurrently with the New Zealand Diploma in Business. Upon completion youll be equipped to either pathway to higher level study or find employment in management and business positions.

The New Zealand Diploma in Business was a great course;

enjoyable at the same time.


XUE WANG - China
New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDB) Graduate

it was challenging

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Engineering
Civil | Electrical | Mechanical | Electronics Production Engineering | Telecommunications
WelTecs close links with industry ensure courses include training on the latest industry advancements and employer needs. Our Level 6 & 7 courses meet the academic requirements to gain entry into the Institute of Professional Engineers of New Zealand as an associate member. Youll learn using specialist equipment including a mechatronics production and automation lab, 3D scanner and digitiser, state of the art visualisation and realisation equipment, prototypers, CNC machining centres, vacuum casting facility and Computer Aided Design labs. Through various projects youll have opportunities to work with real clients on real-world projects and connect with industry via WelTecs Centre for Smart Product. Entry Requirements All WelTecs Engineering courses require a satisfactory level of physics and maths.

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY | L7

NZ DIPLOMA In EnGIneeRInG (CIVIL) | L6


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It is special studying at WelTec. It is a very peaceful environment.

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Our course is very practical so it is easy to learn things. WelTec is like


my home.
MANJIT SINGH - India
Mechanical Engineering Graduate

This practically focused degree offers you the choice of a major in civil, mechanical or electrical engineering. Youll be prepared for a career as an Engineering Technologist application orientated professionals who have a deep knowledge of practical engineering situations and the applications in which engineers work.

Develop your understanding of civil engineering disciplines, including structural engineering, water engineering and the design and maintenance of road infrastructures. Your study covers a range of areas including: surveying, drafting/design, fluid mechanics, geology, mathematics, roading/traffic, water and waste, project and contract management. Youll gain the skills demanded by industry, and get the opportunity to apply your knowledge with practical project work in our Geotech and Fluids lab.

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NZ DIPLOMA In EnGIneeRInG (ELeCTRICAL) | L6


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FEBRUARY 2 YEARS 6.0

FEBRUARY 2 YEARS 6.0

Build skills and knowledge in a broad range of engineering fundamentals. With a combination of theory and practice, youll focus on the expertise needed in industrial, laboratory and fieldwork settings. Your course content includes: fluid mechanics, strength of materials, theory of machines, electrical/ electronic principles, engineering drawings/design, materials and manufacturing processes.

Focusing on the practical application of engineering, with options in electrical, telecommunications and electronics, this course is designed to provide you with an understanding of advanced electrical and electronic technologies. Learn how to install, test, repair and modify sophisticated electrical and electronic equipment and systems.

Construction Services
Architectural Technology | Quantity Surveying Construction Management
Construction Services offers a range of exciting and challenging professional careers. Technicians in these fields are in high demand, providing fantastic job opportunities to those entering the field. Learn in an environment that is as close to the real world as possible. You will learn from industry professionals with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas they teach. Technology cadetships offer successful students the ability to earn while they learn, work on real projects for some of New Zealands leading companies and gain valuable work experience.

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NATIOnAL DIPLOMA In COnSTRUcTIOn MAnAGEMEnT | L6


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NATIOnAL DIPLOMA In QUAnTITY SURVEYInG | L6


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NATIOnAL DIPLOMA In ARCHITECTURAL TECHnOLOGY | L6


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Gain a knowledge base essential to starting a career in the dynamic building industry. Youll develop an understanding of planning and project management within the construction industry. You will cover: tendering, management of construction programmes, planning, health and safety and site management. This course meets the academic requirement of the New Zealand Institute of Building Surveyors and the New Zealand Institute of Building.

Learn about quantifying projects, estimating building costs and materials and tendering and administering contracts. Upon completion youll meet the academic requirements of the New Zealand Institute of Building. The programme also provides affiliate membership to the New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors.

Develop your technical drawing skills using architectural computer-aided design (CAD) software, and build a comprehensive knowledge of architecture, building methods and materials and building code requirements. This qualification meets the academic requirements of the New Zealand Institute of Building and allows you to become an associate member to the Design Association of New Zealand.

With an interest in the construction industry, I knew this course would provide me with the knowledge to get ahead. I love that the classes

are small and

teachers are available and approachable.


WelTec was the better option with their practical hands-on approach which benefitted me.
JAMAL RAUTAO
National Diploma in Architectural Technology

Health and Wellbeing


Addiction Studies | Alcohol & Drug Studies Counselling | Health Psychology | Exercise Science
Graduates and those with existing medical qualifications can boost their careers with qualifications in the growing fields of addiction studies, counselling and health studies. This specialised area is growing in New Zealand, providing a wide range of job opportunities for qualified and experienced alcohol and drug practitioners. Choose from a number of programmes, including one-year graduate diplomas or gain New Zealands only Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies at WelTec. Learn industry-relevant skills with a WelTec Exercise Science qualification and study in our custom-designed gym, fitness studio and enjoy work placements, ensuring you graduate work-ready and in demand.

My time at WelTec has been truly enjoyable.

The most amazing part of this experience has been my course tutors
who have been on my side and have helped and supported me along this amazing journey.
FAWAD SHAH - Pakistan
Bachelor of Counselling
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GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN THEORY OF ADDICTIONS | L7


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BACHELOR OF ADDICTION STUDIES | L7


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BACHELOR OF COUNSELLING | L7
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FEBRUARY & juLy 3 YEARS 6.5

FEBRUARY & juLy 1 YEAR 6.5

FEBRUARY & juLy 3 YEARS 6.5

Enhance your understanding of addiction disorders and broaden your knowledge and skill base in relation to the psychological origin and development of addictions. Youll gain a comprehensive understanding via a combination of lectures, self-directed learning, visiting speakers, case studies and field visits. To enter the programme you must hold a degree or have equivalent practical, professional or educational experience in a relevant field.

Develop the professional knowledge and skills necessary to work with people who are involved in substance misuse and for those who are drug dependent. Meets the academic requirements for entry into the Drug and Alcohol Practitioners Association of Aotearoa-New Zealand (DAPAANZ).

Develop the professional knowledge and skills required to become a qualified counsellor. Youll learn a range of learning models and theoretical approaches via experimental, practically applied and self-directed learning components. Continue to a career as a counsellor in Government organisations, education institutes, welfare providers, human resources departments, in the mental health field or in private practice.

DIPLOMA IN ALCOHOL ANd DRUG STUdIEs | L6


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DIPLOMA IN HEALTh PSYChOLOGY | L5


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DIPLOMA IN EXeRCISe SCIeNCe | L5


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FEBRUARY & juLy 2 YEARS 6.5

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FEBRUARY 2 YEARS 6.0

Gain an advanced level of understanding of the causes and treatment of addictive behaviour. Learn to critically examine and conduct effective methods of intervention, management and prevention for people with addiction issues. Continue on to gain a Bachelor of Alcohol and Drug Studies with one additional year of study.

Enhance your understanding of the psychology of human behaviour in terms of healthy and unhealthy lifestyle choices. One of the most popular health programmes at WelTec, this course is ideal if you wish to enter the helping field at the community level or to prepare for higher-level study in social work, psychology, addiction studies or counselling.

Develop core skills and the knowledge you need to be successful in the health and fitness industry. Programme content includes sports psychology, exercise therapy, personal training, and sports nutrition. Find employment in the booming exercise industry in a range of fitness related roles, including sport co-ordination, personal and group training, nutrition and health promotion and exercise therapy.

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Hospitality
INDUSTRY ENDORSED
Centre of Vocational Excellence

Hospitality Management | Event Management Hotel Reception | Barista | Food & Beverage Service Cookery & Culinary Arts | Patisserie
With City & Guilds internationally recognised qualifications offered in many of our programmes, you will be able to make your mark, both here and abroad. WelTec offers a hands-on learning environment including our very own training restaurant (Bistro 107), latte lab, training kitchens, model hotel and reception. WelTec works closely with national and international partners and offers student exchanges with partner institutions in Europe and Asia.

Le Cordon Bleu
Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand is located on the same site as the WelTec School of Hospitality, offering separate and unique qualifications. Le Cordon Bleu has a long and proud tradition of excellence, with an international network of 40 schools in 20 countries. Le Cordon Bleu New Zealand provides intensive training in the culinary arts for chefs and those aspiring towards a career in food and hospitality, combining the very best of new world innovation with the principles, techniques and artistry of the French culinary traditions. A full range of qualifications is available including certificates, diplomas and degrees as well as short courses, master classes and continuing professional development. For more information visit www.lecordonbleu.co.nz

Ive loved my experience at WelTec.

Ive learnt all the fundamentals of cooking through my studies. I was lucky enough to be linked with a wellknown restaurant as part of my work experience and was offered a full-time job once I had finished.
MONIQUE FISO
Certificate in Food Preparation & Culinary Arts (International) Chef de Partie, Martin Bosleys Restaurant

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GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EVENT MANAgEMENT | L7


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BACHELOR OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEmENT | L7


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DIPLOMA IN HOSPITALITY OPERATIONS SUPERVISION | L5


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FEBRUARY & JULY 1 YEAR 6.5

FEBRUARY & JULY 3 YEARS 6.0

FEBRUARY & JULY 2 YEARS 5.5

Develop your expertise in planning, organising and implementing major conferences, sports and entertainment events. Youll be involved in the development of real-life events where youll have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience of the complexities of management and events management. Employment opportunities include fundraising, conference management, festival management, arts and tourism event management, public relations and sponsorship and marketing.

Gain an in-depth understanding of business principles and practices specific to the hospitality industry. Your degree is built around 13 compulsory courses. Youll then choose a further four courses from a range of optional courses, including food and beverage, small business, marketing and event management. Advance to management careers in the hospitality industry: restaurants, bars and cafs, conferences and events, retirement villages, adventure tourism, hotels and corporate traineeships.

Develop the skills and knowledge you need to enter a supervisory role in the hospitality industry. Year One select from one of the following qualifications: Certificate in Food Preparation & Culinary Arts Certificate in Food & Beverage Service Certificate in Hotel Reception Certificate in International Tourism In your second year, you will build skills in communication, organisation and management, personnel supervision, accounting, marketing and hospitality law.

CERTIFIcATE IN FOOD PREpARATION AND CULINARY ARTS (INTERNATIONAL) | L4


Incorporating the City & Guilds Certificate and Diploma in Food Preparation and Cooking (Culinary Arts)
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CERTIFIcATE IN FOOD AND BEVERAGE (INTERNATIONAL) | L4


Incorporating the City & Guilds Certificate in Food and Beverage Service
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CERTIFIcATE IN HOTEL REcEPTION | L3


Incorporating the City & Guilds Diploma in Reception Operations and Services; and National Certificate in Hospitality (Front Office) Level 3 with an optional strand in Hotel Systems.
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FEBRUARY & JULY 1 YEAR 5.5

FEBRUARY & JULY 42 wEEks 5.5

DURATION IELTS

FEBRUARY & JULY 1 YEAR 5.5

WelTecs flagship chef-training qualification youll be taught by highly regarded, award-winning chefs with a wealth of experience in the industry. Youll combine theory with practical hands-on learning through industry work placements and sections in WelTecs training kitchen - Bistro 107. Progress to become a chef in hotel and restaurant kitchens, catering companies and cafs.

Learn all about food and beverage service, silver service, restaurant supervisory and management skills, product knowledge, menu development and gain customer service, communications and problem-solving skills. This programme allows you to apply for a variety of positions in the food and beverage service industry or acts as the first year of the Diploma in Hospitality Operations Supervision (Level 5).

This programme provides an internationally recognised qualification and includes industry field trips, an educational trip and work experience component. Programme content includes: reception procedures, advanced reservations, front office procedures, accommodation services, customer service, selling and safety and security practices.

have actually set the standard for polytechnics & universities


across the country.
GORDON RAMSAY
Celebrity Chef

The standard at WelTec has been staggering, a real breath of fresh air. I think they

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Beauty Therapy, Make-up Artistry & Hairdressing


Gain experience working in our fully equipped hairdressing, makeup artistry and beauty therapy clinics. Youll work with real customers in purpose-built facilities and undertake work experience in industry. Achieve practical, internationally recognised, qualifications that can be transported anywhere in the world. Embrace the opportunity to work with industry on some amazing projects including the Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art Awards Show.

DIPLOMA IN BEAUTY THERAPY | L5


Includes the City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy and CIDESCO International Diploma
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CERTIFIcATE IN BEAUTIcIAN SERVICES | L4


Includes the City & Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy
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CERTIFIcATE IN SPEcIAL EFFEcTs AND MAKE-UP ARTIsTRY | L4


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FEbruary & JULY 17 WEEKS 5.5

FEbruary 2 YEars 5.5

FEbruary 1 YEAR 6.0

Develop a wide range of skills to prepare yourself for employment in the film and television industry. Youll develop the skills and knowledge required to perform advanced make-up and hairstyling, special effects, elementary wig and prosthetic applications, facial trimming, and an introduction to body painting.

Gain a sound understanding of the theory and technical skills required in the beauty industry. Youll study the body including anatomy, face and body treatments, industry regulations, beauty products and consultation skills. In our fully function Beauty Therapy clinic, youll develop skills in performing manicures, pedicures, eye treatments, skin analysis, facial therapy, waxing, massage techniques, microdermabrasion, electrolysis and spray tanning. Includes an NZQA qualification, two City and Guilds Diplomas plus a CIDESCO accreditation.

Your first step into the beauty industry will provide you with the skills you need to practice as a beautician or an independent operator within the beauty industry. This qualification qualifies as the first year of the Diploma in Beauty Therapy (Level 5) and includes the City and Guilds Diploma in Beauty Therapy.

WOW is delighted to have the students from WelTecs Hair and Beauty School assisting with the hair and make-up in our annual Montana WOW Awards Show.

for each show.The support of WelTecs Hair and Beauty Department is invaluable to the smooth running and professionalism of the show.

The students are professional and extremely talented at creating looks

HEAThER PALMER
Competition Director World of Wearable Art Show

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Creative Technologies
Visual Arts | Digital Media | Interior Design Product Design Engineering | Cultural Design
Explore your creative spark with exciting, intensive and challenging art and design studies. Get a dynamic mix of practical skills, theory and research through interdisciplinary projects and collaborative teams. Learn with tutors and industry specialists from companies such as WETA, TVNZ, Saatchi and Saatchi, Sky Television and the New Zealand Institute of Screen Innovation.

COLLABORATIVE WORK BY CREATIVE TEcHNOLOGIES STUDENTS 2009

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE TEcHNOLOgIES | L7


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BACHELOR OF CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES | L7


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FEBRUARY 1 YEAR 6.5

FEBRUARY 3 YEARS 6.0

Develop your ability to apply high-level knowledge and practical skills in multi-disciplinary settings. Project based, this course is highly collaborative with students working together and supporting each other to realise a completed outcome as a team. Projects will be undertaken in collaboration with WelTec and/ or external companies and organisations.

Get equipped for the ever-changing creative industry. Developed to mirror industry, with practical learning components, group workshops, collaborative projects and portfolio-based assessments tailor your degree to fit your interests. Youll be able to create your own degree by adding your choice of electives to the core papers, or choose one of five pre-designed majors visual arts, digital media, product design engineering, interior design or cultural design.

I like to study at WelTec because it has a lot of special programmes for international students.

I just feel as though I am studying in my own country.


PHAN HOAI ANH - Vietnam
Certificate in Digital Media

The tutors are very approachable and friendly.

CERTIFIcATE IN CREATIVE TEcHNOLOGIES | L4


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CERTIFIcATE IN DESIGN (SKILLS ANd TEcHNOLOGIES) | L3


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FEBRUARY & JULY 17 WEEks 5.5

FEBRUARY & JULY 17 WEEks 5.5

Enhance your understanding of creative skills across the various disciplines of art and design. Building on common fundamental principles of design, you will gain essential theory and practical experience in specialist techniques. Youll leave with an understanding of the Creative Technologies context and a professional portfolio of work.

Learn core art, design and digital media skills using current creative design technologies. Youll develop an understanding of contemporary skills, methodologies and processes relevant to producing creative work across the disciplines of visual arts, interior design and digital media including graphic, web, animation and film design.

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Tourism
Tourism is a growing global industry and is one of New Zealands largest export earners, employing 1 in 10 of all working New Zealanders. With internationally recognised City & Guilds qualifications, youll be able to make your market both here and abroad. Practically focused, the courses include field trips to Rotorua or Queenstown designed to enhance your understanding of the business and allow you to experience the industry from the tourist point of view.

CERTIFIcATE IN INTERNATIONAL TOURISM | L4


Incorporating the City & Guilds Certificate and Diploma in International Tourism
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CERTIFIcATE IN TOURISM| L4
Incorporating the City & Guilds Diploma in International Tourism
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CERTIFIcATE IN TOURISM| L3
Incorporating the City & Guilds Diploma in International Tourism
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FEbruary & JULY 17 WEEKS 5.5

FEbruary & JULY 17 WEEKS 5.0

FEbruary 34 WEEKS 6.0

DURATION IELTS

Gain a broad range of theoretical and practical skills for frontline positions in tourism. This programme combines the Level 3 and 4 Tourism courses, and provides the opportunity to gain two internationally recognised City & Guilds qualifications. Youll experience real-world learning at its best with industry experience and educational trips throughout New Zealand.

Discover the business side of tourism including accounting and business systems, health and safety, employment relations, strategic marketing and developing tourist destinations and attractions. The practical components, including a field trip to Queenstown will enhance your understanding of this growing global industry. Youll gain a qualification that is highly relevant, practical and in demand by employers.

Learn about travel and tourism both in New Zealand and abroad. Youll cover fundamentals of the tourism industry, geography, reservations and ticketing, tourism products and services, attractions, customer service and marketing. With a significant practical component, youll gain first-hand experience of the industry with educational visits and a one-week field trip to Rotorua.

I found the Tourism Level 4 course to be a good challenge, there

tutors were great in their style and especially their commitment to teaching us. Our Queenstown experience was definitely a
KRYSTAL SINGH
Certificate in Tourism
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was just so much to learn. The

highlight of the whole course as it gave an insight into the industry and meeting people who worked within it was a bonus!

ESOL
General English | English for Further Study
Improving your English is the single most important thing you can do to succeed in our studies. The WelTec ESOL School offers trimester long and 12-week full-time English language courses suited to your level of learning from elementary to advanced. Students from over 50 countries are taught by highly qualified, experienced teachers who are dedicated to helping you achieve your individual learning goals. Successful completion of the ESOL programme is an alternative to IELTS or TOEFL for entry to academic study at WelTec.

KENNETH LANDAll

ENGLISH LANGUAGe COURSeS


Programmes range from elementary to advanced and you are placed in a programme to suit your language learning needs. Youll be invited to undergo an individual skills interview before you enrol in an ESOL course. Programmes focus on the skills required to pathway to academic courses and succeed in your studies at WelTec. WelTec is also happy to consider custom-made English language courses for students or visiting groups. Targeted programmes can be developed for academic English, business language skills and as preparation for life in New Zealand.

ENGLISH FOR FURTHeR STUDY | L3


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FEbruary, JULY & NOVEMBER 17 WEEKS 4.5

GENERAL ENgLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANgUAgES | L12


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EVERY WEEK 17 wEEks WELTEC PLACEMENT TEST ON ENTRY

Youll learn the skills you need for academic study and to enhance your overall English language ability. Programme content includes: Academic reading Oral presentation Note-taking Academic writing Vocabulary studies Grammar Document production using computers Completion of this programme is the equivalent of IELTS 6.0

Improve your speaking, listening, reading, writing and overall English communication so you can live and work successfully in New Zealand. There are six stages: from stage one for those with elementary English skills to stage five for students who can start and hold a conversation on unfamiliar topics.

I have the English skills I need to run a successful business.


VINCENT HUANG - Vietnam
WelTec ESOL graduate Owner of Amazing 5 Restaurant

I needed English before I could do business, and now

Entry Requirements
COUNTRY PRE-DEGREE PROGRAMMES New ZeAlAND

PleASe NOte that in addition to the below entry requirements Wellington Institute of Technology will also consider equivalent practical, professional or educational experience of an appropriate kind. Contact WelTec International for more information: international@weltec.ac.nz DEGREE PROGRAMMES

50 credits at NCEA level 2 or above with a minimum of 12 credits in each of three subjects

42 credits at level 3 NCEA or higher, including a minimum of 14 credits at level 3 in each of two subjects, with a further 14 credits at level 3 taken from one or two additional subjects; and a minimum of 14 numeracy credits at level 1 or higher; and a minimum of 8 literacy credits at level 2 or higher (4 credits in reading and 4 credits in writing) Successful completion of Year 12 Successful completion of one year tertiary study Successful completion of one year tertiary study GCE A Level 2 E or equivalent-minimum two academic subjects Successful completion of one year tertiary study High School Diploma with B average (70%) Minimum score of 220 in four subjects in the Fiji 7th Form Certificate Baccalaureate Abitur Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE) A Levels High Secondary Certificates with passes of 65% aggregate, with English 65% or higher Successful completion of one year tertiary study High School Diploma with 3.0 grade average Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with B+ average High School Diploma with B average STPM with two C passes in relevant subjects; or MICSS-at least six subjects with a score of B5 or better in at least five of these subjects (cannot include more than one language) Proficiency Certificate with a grade average of 80% Baccalaureate with a minimum grade of 24 Successful completion of one year tertiary study Successful completion of Year 13 (7th form) Higher Secondary School Certificate with 70% average Successful completion of one year tertiary study Successful completion of two year tertiary study Successful completion of one year tertiary study Successful completion of one year tertiary study Successful completion of one year tertiary study GCE A Level with two passes GCE A Level with two passes in relevant subjects Senior High School Diploma with B average (70%) Matayom 6 (with grade point average of 3.0) Successful completion of Year 13 (7th form) Successful completion of one year tertiary study GCE A Level with two passes High School Diploma-SATV and SATM (mini composite score 1250) Gain 7 out of 10 or higher in Universal Graduation, or High School Diploma plus one year successful tertiary study

AUStRAlIA BANglADeSH BRAzIl BRUNeI CHIle CHINA FIJI FRANce GeRMANY HONg KONg INDIA INDONeSIA JApAN KeNYA KOReA MAlAYSIA NepAl New CAleDONIA OMAN PAcIFIc ISlANDS PAKIStAN PApUA New GUINeA PHIlIppINeS RUSSIA SAMOA SAUDI ARAbIA SINgApORe SRI LANKA TAIwAN THAIlAND TONgA UNIteD ARAb EMIRAteS UNIteD KINgDOM USA VIetNAM

Successful completion of Year 12 Higher Secondary Certificate with 65% passes in all subjects Completion of high school (3rd year of second level) GCE O Level in four subjects Licencia de Education Media or Tecnico Medio High School Diploma Fiji School Leaving Certificate Baccalaureate Mittlere Reife/Realsculabschluss Hong Kong Certificate of Education (HKCE) High Secondary Certificates with passes of 65% aggregate SMU 3 High School Diploma Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with C average High School Diploma SPM or Chinese Unified Examination Proficiency Certificate with a grade average of 80% Successful completion of Baccalaureate Thanawiya Amma (Secondary School Certificate) with a minimum overall mark of 80% Successful completion of Year 12 (6th form) Higher Secondary School Certificate with 60% average High School Certificate High School Certificate Certificate of Secondary Education; or Certificate of Maturity Completion of High School Tawjihiyah (General Secondary Education Certificate) with a minimum overall mark of 60% GCE O Level in four subjects GCE O Level Senior High School Diploma Matayom 6 (with grade point average of 2.5) Successful completion of Year 12 (6th form) 70% or better in Tawajihyya (General and Religious) GCE O Level High School Graduation Diploma High School Graduation Diploma

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How to Enrol
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
International Enrolment Form E-mail the completed enrolment
form with the required documents to international@weltec.ac.nz or deliver with attached documentation to the contact details provided.

Send applications by
Email
E-mail the completed enrolment form with the required documents to international@weltec.ac.nz

Enrolment assessment Once we receive your application


we will assess whether you meet the entry requirements for your chosen course.

Offer of Place Once your application is approved we will send


you an Offer of Place. This will also include an acceptance of offer form, payment details, airport arrival and accommodation information.

Post
Complete an Enrolment Form and return it to WelTec International, Wellington Institute of Technology Private Bag 39803, Wellington Mail Centre, New Zealand

Fee payment Return the completed Acceptance of Offer


form with your fees payment. Please note the WelTec refund policy conditions with regard to any changes to your enrolment.

More Information Phone


If you have any questions about the enrolment process, please call +64 4 9202 400 to talk to a WelTec Advisor.

Accommodation & Arrival If you require airport pickup or accommodation please return the relevant forms to WelTec International.

Student visa We will issue you with a receipt for payment once
we have received your fee payment and your completed Acceptance of Offer form. You will need the receipt to apply for your student visa at the nearest New Zealand Embassy or High Commission.

TUItION FeeS Your offer letter will include your tuition fee amount
and instructions on how to complete payment. The tuition fees are inclusive of travel, medical and personal effects insurance, airport pick up, administration fees, enrolment fees and accommodation placement. Please note that your enrolment will not be completed until tuition fee payment has been made.

Arrival in New Zealand WelTec welcomes you to


New Zealand. You then join other international students for the WelTec orientation programme and commence your studies in New Zealand.

PAYMeNt OF FeeS WelTecs preferred payment option from


outside of New Zealand is the Custom House payment method. From your home country you can pay your fees by making an international funds transfer directly from your local bank account to the Wellington Institute of Technology Custom House account. The Custom House payment option is secure and easy to use. The international funds transfer helps you to make payment safely and quickly in your local currency or in a variety of major currencies while permitting you to track the payment on the web.

Welcome to WelTec!
Start your programme with Orientation.

Important dates
2012
JANUARY FebRUARY DATE 10 20 27 ApRIl JUNe JUlY NOVeMbeR DeceMbeR 69 22 9 2 21 EVENT WelTec Opens International Orientation Trimester 1 commences Easter break Trimester 1 ends Trimester 2 commences Trimester 2 ends Christmas break

Tuition fees can also be paid by telegraphic transfer to the WelTec bank account. Please refer to: www.weltec.ac.nz and select the INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS link for payment options.

2013
JANUARY MARcH MARcH JUNE JULY NOVeMbeR NOVeMbeR FebRUARY

DATE 4 1 4 28 15 8 11 28

EVENT Trimester 3 recommences Trimester 3 ends Trimester 1 commences Trimester 1 ends Trimester 2 commences Trimester 2 ends Trimester 3 commences Trimester 3 ends

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Visa and Immigration Insurance Guidelines


Eligibility for Health Services Immigration New Zealand
As soon as you receive an offer of a place of study at WelTec you should apply for a student visa through the nearest New Zealand High Commission, Embassy, Consulate, or Trade New Zealand office with Immigration New Zealand (INZ) facilities. Full details of immigration requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying, and reporting requirements are available from Immigration New Zealand, and can be viewed on their website at www.immigration.govt.nz

Employment
Students studying on Diploma, Degree and Graduate Diploma programmes are generally permitted to work up to 20 hours per week during term time and full-time (up to 40 hours per week) over the summer break. On successful completion of a 2-year diploma or degree level qualification students are eligible to apply for a 12-month graduate job search visa. For further information, please refer to the Immigration website: www.immigration.govt.nz

Most international students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand. If you receive medical treatment during your visit, you 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 www.moh.govt.nz.

Medical and Travel Insurance


International students (including group students) must have appropriate and current medical and travel insurance while in New Zealand. WelTec has arranged insurance cover for all international students enrolled at WelTec. WelTec covers its students through Comprehensive Travel Insurance and the insurance cost is included in your WelTec programme fee. Once paid you are covered for health, travel and personal effects from your journey to New Zealand to the last date of your programme plus one week. For more information on the policy and claims see: www.weltec.ac.nz/INTERNATIONAL Important Note: If you intend to stay in New Zealand past the last date of your programme you must arrange for your own private insurance cover. You may be liable for full medical and accident costs without adequate insurance cover.

Medical Requirements
If you intend to study in New Zealand for more than six months, you are required to provide a completed temporary x-ray certificate. If you are intending to study longer than 12 months, you will be required to complete a medical and x-ray certificate. Note: If you intend to stay in New Zealand for longer than two years you will also need to complete a police certificate. Your passport must not expire during your course of study in New Zealand.

Student Visa Requirements


To obtain a visa, you must have: An offer of place; A receipt for payment of your WelTec fees or a letter showing evidence of a scholarship; Evidence that you have sufficient funds to meet living expenses and return travel to your home country, or a notice of full scholarship that covers your living expenses.

Student Visa Officer


Once you are in New Zealand you can renew your student visa at WelTec with the Student Visa Officer. Please contact WelTec International to make an appointment. Note: To comply with minimum academic standards and meet student visa requirements you must attend 100% of your classes at WelTec and show reasonable academic progress.

Accident Insurance
The Accident Compensation Corporation provides accident insurance for all New Zealand citizens, residents, and temporary visitors to New Zealand, but you may still be liable for all other medical and related costs. Further information can be viewed on the ACC website at www.acc.co.nz

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WelTec International

JASON MATANGI
Director, WelTec International

BRIAN CAO
International Marketing Manager

SIVA GUDA
International Marketing Manager

XIAOYAN NI
Enrolment Officer

RAE rIDLEY
International Student Advisor

BERYL KEAN
Compliance Officer

DEBRA ALLSOPP
Administration Assistant

CODe OF PRActIce
Wellington Institute of Technology has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students published by the Minister of Education. Copies of the Code are available on request from this institution or from the New Zealand Ministry of Education website at: www.minedu.govt.nz/goto/ international

Contact the International Office


Phone: +64 4 9202 400 8am 5pm, Monday Friday international@weltec.ac.nz www.weltec.ac.nz

DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this booklet is correct at the time of printing (February 2012). However programmes and courses are subject to change. In some cases programmes are subject to final approval and the number of enrolment applications.

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Contact us
WelTec International
Private Bag 39814 Wellington Mail Centre Lower Hutt 5045 New Zealand Telephone: +64 4 9202 400 Facsimile: +64 4 9202 718

international@weltec.ac.nz www.weltec.ac.nz Petone Campus


11 Kensington Avenue, Petone Private Bag 39814, Wellington

Wellington CBD Campus


1117 Church Street (off Boulcott Street) Private Bag 39814, Wellington

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