2013

International Prospectus

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Dr. Alan Hampton - CEO

As Chief Executive of Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, I invite you to study in the heart of one of New Zealand’s most beautiful and productive regions, the Bay of Plenty.
We offer a unique and dynamic learning environment where you can realise your potential. At Bay of Plenty Polytechnic you can choose from a wide range of courses and certificate, diploma and degree pathways. Our courses and personalised support systems are developed with your success in mind. There’s truly something for everyone and for every stage of your career and personal journey. We invite you to touch, taste, see and feel the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic experience. Kia hora te marino Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana Kia tere te kärohirohi i mua i to huarahi May peace be widespread May the sea glisten like greenstone And may the shimmer of light guide us forward.

Dr. Alan Hampton Chief Executive

Charlie Harcombe
International Admissions Coordinator

Brett Muir
International Liaison

Tania Wharry
Academic Staff Member Business Studies

Craig Keenan
Academic Staff Member Engineering

Pam Simpson
International Pastoral Care Coodinator

The Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Experience
Bay of Plenty Polytechnic – a leading public regional Institute of Technology owned and funded by the New Zealand government– promises a vibrant learning experience where you'll discover your strengths and potential through an active and stimulating environment. For more than 25 years, students from all over the world have been choosing Bay of Plenty Polytechnic to enhance their life experience and to study overseas. We welcome you to Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, a place where you will build lifelong relationships with fellow students, passionate teaching staff and vital industry connections. Our promise to you – we will foster and nurture your talents to help you reach your potential on your journey of personal and professional discovery.

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New Zealand Plenty to Enjoy - The Bay of Plenty and Tauranga City English Language Learn English with Us Our Partnerships and Pathways Qualifications Overview 2013 Plenty to Study Animal Care Architecture, Construction & Carpentry Business Computing & Information Technology Creative Education & Social Services Electrical, Engineering & Welding Health & Beauty Environmental Management Marine Studies Sport & Recreation Tourism, Travel & Hospitality Our Campuses Our Facilities 2 3 4 5 6 7-11 12-25 12 13 14 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28-29 30 31 32-33 34 35 36

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Accommodation Key Polytechnic Dates Understanding the NZ Education System How to Apply Qualifications Equivalency Tertiary Jargon The Fine Print

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…a beautiful and unique country in the South Pacific, boasting spectacular landscapes, lush forests, sweeping coastlines and vast mountain chains.
New Zealand is comparable in size to Great Britain or Japan. However, with a population of just over four million, it is one of the world’s least crowded countries and renowned for its natural beauty. New Zealanders are friendly, welcoming and enjoy meeting people from other cultures. Mäori, New Zealand’s indigenous people, make up around 15 percent of the population. However, there are many different ethnic communities living in New Zealand, including Europeans, Asians and Pacific Islanders. As an independent nation with a stable economy and excellent health facilities, New Zealand enjoys a safe and open political environment. While studying in New Zealand you will enjoy a high standard of living. You will also find tuition and living costs compare favourably with other countries.

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• Population: 4.4 million • Size: 267,710 sq km (same size as the UK) • Climate: Sub-tropical • Currency: NZ dollar • Language: English
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. local bands. 3 Art and culture The region features a vibrant. I have had a great semester in Tauranga. Tauranga is popular as both a tourist destination and as a place to live. work and live in Tauranga. Some great events are happening in Tauranga every year: • the national Jazz Festival • the tauranga arts Festival • the multicultural Festival • new Zealand surf lifesaving Championships • International surfing Competitions • International Fishing Competition • International Capoeira Festival and Brazilian Carnival • tauranga moana seafood Festival Key Facts • Tauranga is the 5th largest and fastest growing city in New Zealand • 44% of New Zealand’s population lives within 200 kilometres of Tauranga • Warm climate with an average of 2. Sport and recreation Whether you make a run up the “Mount” (Mauao) your daily activity.ntec. which are all registered with and accredited by the New Zealand Qualifications authority (nZQa). Tauranga is one of the fastest growing cities in New Zealand and its economic growth offers you lots of opportunities for part-time and graduate employment. Tauranga’s got it all! A green city nestled right on the edge of a beautiful harbour. scan the Qr code to watch Benjamin’s video about life in tauranga. you’ll have no difficulty finding what you’re looking for. hit the all-terrain adventure parks or just want to relax at a beach or café. visit www. Auckland. counsellors and support staff are available to mentor and give guidance to students to get the most out of study and to reach their full potential. Benjamin de Niet Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Intern hi my name is Benjamin de niet from the netherlands..nz . clubs and outdoor venues many nights a week. and welcoming. With a laid-back café lifestyle and plenty of excitement on offer. For more information about Ntec. caring. The people are really friendly and the surf was amazing. The Bay of Plenty region on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island is considered to be one of the most beautiful coastal areas in the country.ac.com. Auckland based tutors. you’ll truly be spoilt for choice when you study. Galleries exhibit the best of local and national talent. The qualifications and courses available to international students through Bay of Plenty Polytechnic and Ntec are: • new Zealand Diploma in Business level 6 • BoPP Diploma in applied Computing level 6 • national Diploma in Quantity surveying level 6 National Tertiary Education Consortium (Ntec) is a consortium of tertiary providers. Study in Auckland Bay of Plenty Polytechnic has partnered with Ntec to offer courses and qualifications in Auckland city. and has a multi-cultural staff with wide experience in education for international students. If you’re a music lover.bayofplentynz. steadily growing art scene.to enjoy. Ntec has developed a reputation for being friendly.7°C • Average high temperature 18. it is a mere two and a half hours by car or 40 minutes by plane from New Zealand’s largest city.400 sunshine hours per year • Highest recorded temperature 33. Tauranga features a range of industries centred around one of the largest deep-water container ports in the country. our own student bands and national stars entertain crowds in pubs.3°C To find out more about what’s on offer in the region visit www.

There are not lots of Chinese students here. There are many different animals in our class. I want to be a vet nurse. working with animals. therefore. one reason for choosing Tauranga is to improve my English. Xu Huan (Happy) National Certificate in Veterinary Nursing. You are not a native speaker of English. I am enjoying the animal care programme. Different level programmes require different levels of English language proficiency. students who need to improve their english skills before beginning their programme of study can enrol in the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic’s Certificate of Foundation studies (english for speakers of other languages). you will be required to either: sit Ielts or toeFl OR come and improve your prior to your arrival English language in in NZ and submit Tauranga by studying your results English prior to applying for along with your your programme of choice application. English is the most common language spoken in New Zealand. but you are proficient in english language. you need to submit your Ielts or toeFl results with your application to prove your English language proficiency. All my tutors are very nice.English Language 4 We welcome applications from students with English as a second language. New Zealand is the last pure land in the world. with many years experience working with animals. one of the two official languages (Te Reo Maori is the other). English language proficiency is required entry criteria for all programmes at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic. . If you want to enrol in a programme at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic and: English is your native language. Level 5. You are not a native speaker of English and you haven’t yet sat English language proficiency exams such as Ielts or toeFl you need to present official transcripts of your last year of high school study completed in your home country. so I have to speak more english. I got a working holiday visa and worked for nearly 10 months before my first semester. at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic.

900 (17 weeks) Windermere Campus The aim of this programme is to provide you with an opportunity to increase your literacy.0 on completion of this programme.5 on completion of this programme. ENtry Ielts overall score of 4. critical thinking. ENtry Ielts overall score of 5.0 and are eligible to apply for diploma and degree programmes at level 6 and 7. writing. 4 and 5. weaknesses and study readiness. problem solving. In some cases you may be able to complete mainstream assessments and earn credits towards certain qualifications.5 and are eligible to apply for certificate and diploma programmes at level 3.Learn English with Us Certificate in Foundation Studies (ESOL) Level 2. speaking. as well as an interview with a course advisor. The programme includes 8 courses and a special topic as an option. listening. you will have achieved an Ielts score equivalent to 5. This involves assessments of literacy. The programme includes 8 courses and a special topic as an option. The programme also includes field trips and you might spend some time in mainstream and vocational class rooms. . Applicants participate in orientation and placement tests to identify the most suitable level of study. You’ll take a range of courses focusing on reading. numeracy and study skills.0. you will have achieved an Ielts score equivalent to 6. Certificate of Foundation Studies (ESOL) Level 4 (Advanced) For students who can use english accurately in specialised subjects and are preparing for higher level diploma and degree academic study. 3 & 4 Each level 17 weeks. language and numeracy competence so that you can achieve your goals and support your application into the programme of your choice. 5 Certificate of Foundation Studies (ESOL) Level 2 (Pre-Intermediate) For students with some english skills. full-time Monthly NZ$6. you will have achieved an Ielts score equivalent to 5. ENtry Ielts overall score of 5. numeracy skills and communication technology. Prospective students are encouraged to let us know any specific ESOL or Foundation programmes they may require.0 on completion of this programme. Certificate of Foundation Studies (ESOL) Level 3 (Intermediate) For students who can already use english in an everyday setting. The programme is available at three levels. self-identification of strengths.

Bay of Plenty Polytechnic and the university of Waikato have joined forces and share facilities at Windermere Campus and Bongard Centre. In 2010 te whare wänanga o Awanuiärangi joined the partnership. diploma and degree programmes in the Bay. it may be possible to gain further certificates and diplomas during the course of your study . Diplomas in Applied Computing Levels 5 and 6 2 years 1 year Diploma in Design (Graphic) 2 years Bachelor of Computer Graphic Design *Hamilton Delivery 1 year Diploma in Marine Studies Diploma in Environmental Management 2 years 2 years Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences) 1 year Our Pathways One of Bay of Plenty Polytechnic’s unique features is our ability to offer degree pathways that allow you to gain one or more workready certificates or diplomas at the same time as completing a university degree – all without leaving the Polytechnic campus. certificate.the financial savings may be substantial. you will gain both a vocational diploma and hands-on skills valued by employers and the academic credibility of a highly respected university degree – all on campus here in Tauranga! This is what’s on offer in 2013: Bay of Plenty Polytechnic 2 years New Zealand Diploma in Business Level 6 2 years 1 year 1 ½ years University of Waikato Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) 2 years Bachelor of Business Analysis 1 year – Financial (BBA (Fin)) Bachelor of Social Sciences (BSocSc) Bachelor of Tourism (BTour) Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a specialisation in Applied Computing 2 years 1 ½ years Our Partnerships …with the University of Waikato and Te Whare Wänanga o Awanuiärangi To increase your tertiary education opportunities in the Bay of Plenty region. the bachelor qualifications the Polytechnic offers ensure you gain a valuable degree qualification. conferred by one of New Zealand’s top universities. With appropriate degree planning.6 From Diploma to Degree in Tauranga Our Diploma to Degree pathways provide you with multiple qualifications and the best of both worlds! Without adding any time to your study. studying a degree pathway at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic may incur significantly lower overall costs than studying for the same degree at a university. New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical or Electrical) 2 years Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or Electronic) *Hamilton Delivery Up to 3 years Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diploma in Sport & Recreation 2 years AUT University Bachelor in Sport & Recreation (BSR) 1 year Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diploma in Design (Fashion) 2 years Otago Polytechnic Bachelor of Design (Fashion) 1 year . students find our diploma qualifications to be hands-on and practical with a workplace focus to help you find the right employment. further increasing the opportunities for you to take advantage of bridging.

Construction and Carpentry National diploma in Architectural Technology level 6 National diploma in Quantity surveying level 6 National diploma in Construction Management level 6 Certificate in Carpentry level 3 Feb 2 years 6 (No part lower than 5) /550 6 (No part lower than 5) /550 6 (No part lower than 5) /550 5. history maths (specifically algebra. see page 34 for equivalency of high school qualifications in different countries. trigonometry).Qualifications Overview 2013 7 This table provides a brief overview of the start dates. graphics. English. trigonometry) English.bop poly. fees and pathways for each of the programmes offered. physics. entry requirements.320 per year $19.ac.320 per year $19. Please download a programme brochure from our website at www. design.nz . computing. maths (specifically algebra.320 per year $19.boppoly.5/500 Maths. Programme of Study Start Length Entry Requirements Minimum IELTS/TOEFL Other Requirements & preferred High School subjects 2013 Fees in NZ$ incl.660 Architecture. physics $19. geometry.nz/go/brochure for more detailed information on course content as well as specific entry requirements. GST Degree Pathways Animal Care national Certificate in Veterinary Nursing level 5 Jun ½ year 5. Successful completion of “High School” or “Secondary School” (or the international equivalent) is a compulsory requirement for entry into any Bay of Plenty Polytechnic programme.5/500 national Certificate in animal Care level 2 $9.ac.5 6 7 TOEFL paper-based 500 550 600 TOEFL iBT 61 79-80 100 Highlighted programmes qualify for a one year Job Search Work Visa upon graduation. English language requirements (unless stated otherwise) Programme Level level 1-4 programmes level 5-6 programmes level 7 programmes IELTS 5.320 Bachelor of architectural studies Bachelor degrees in Business or Technology Bachelor degrees in Business or Technology Feb 2 years Feb 2 years Feb 1 year for more information visit www. trigonometry) maths (specifically algebra.

340 English.200 6 (No part lower than 5. maths $18. GST Degree Pathways Business new Zealand Institute of management Feb & ½ year (nZIm) Certificate in management Jul new Zealand Institute of management Feb & ½ year (nZIm) Certificate in small Business Jul Management New Zealand diploma in Business (NZdipBus) level 6 Feb & 2 years Jul 5.400 Gives entry to the 2nd year of Bsc in Computer science – the university of Waikato Gives entry to the 3rd year of Bsc in Computer science – the university of Waikato diploma in Applied Computing level 6 Feb & 1 year Jul 6 (No part lower than 5.5) /550 English. social sciences. B.5/500 5.5) /550 6 (No part lower than 5. Management studies.5) /550 6 (No part lower than 5.ac.200 $9.425* per year English.nz.5) /600 6 (No part lower than 5.waikato.Qualifications Overview 2013 Continued 8 Programme of Study Start Length Entry Requirements Minimum IELTS/TOEFL Other Requirements & preferred High School subjects 2013 Fees in NZ$ incl. maths English.425* per year $22.425* per year $22. maths English.400 Bachelor of science in Computer science (Bsc Comp sci) – the university of Waikato Feb & 3 years Jul 6 (No part lower than 5) /550 diploma in Applied Computing level 5 and level 6 $24. maths $9.400 per year B.5) /550 A degree $7. For more details please download a brochure from our website at www.5 (No part lower than 5)/500 Certificate in Computing level 3 or english. maths English.boppoly.255* per year * approximate 2012 annual tuition fees based on 120 point (full-time) study. for full fee schedule. Tourism – all with the university of Waikato graduate Certificate in new Zealand Immigration advice level 7 Bachelor of Business Analysis – Financial (BBa (Fin)) – the university of Waikato Bachelor of management studies (Bms) – the university of waikato Bachelor of Tourism (BTour) – the university of Waikato Bachelor of social sciences (Bsocsc) – the university of Waikato Feb & ½ year Jul online Feb & 3 years Jul Feb & 4 years Jul Feb & 3 years Jul Feb & 3 years Jul 7 (No part lower than 6. B.425* per year $22.ac. maths Additional requirements apply if you’re under 20 $18. Business analysis. maths $22. please see www. B.Financial. .5) /550 6 (No part lower than 5.5)/550 diploma in Applied Computing level 5 or equivalent $18.nz/go/brochure. maths Computing & Information Technology diploma in Applied Computing level 5 Feb & 1 year Jul 5.5/500 English.

design. music.400 Education and Social Services Certificate in teacher aide Practice level 4 national Certificate in early Childhood Education and Care level 5 Kahikatea . photography.5/500 $18. design. computing & portfolio Certificate in Computer Graphic design level 4 or art.400 $9. social sciences.diploma in Art level 6 Feb 2 years 6/550 english & portfolio $18. technology.400 per year $18.400 diploma in Music Production and Performance .Tioriori level 5 Feb 1 year 6/550 English.400 per year $18. Graphics.Waiariki Bachelor in design (Fashion) – otago Polytechnic Diploma in Design (Fashion) level 6 Feb 2 years 6/550 Textiles technology.9 Programme of Study Start Length Entry Requirements Minimum IELTS/TOEFL Other Requirements & preferred High School subjects 2013 Fees in NZ$ incl.bop poly. design & portfolio diploma in design (Fashion) level 6 English.the university of Waikato • Bachelor of Design (Graphic design) – Auckland university of Technology (AuT) • Bachelor of media arts (Visual arts) – Wintec diploma in Music Production and Performance Te kamakama level 6 Feb 2 years 6/550 $18.400 diploma in Art and design (Advanced) level 7 .400 Certificate in radio Broadcasting level 4 Feb 1 year 5.Certificate in social service studies level 4 Feb & ½ year Jul Feb 1 year 5. computing & portfolio Bachelor in Design (Fashion) – otago Polytechnic Certificate in Computer graphic design level 4 diploma in design (Graphic) level 6 Feb 1 year 6/550 Feb 1 year 5. maths & police clearance Police clearance high school $9. english. GST Degree Pathways Creative Aka Rakai Toi.Te kamakama level 6 Feb 1 year 6/550 $18.5/500 6/550 5. art.400 diploma in design (Graphic) level 6 • Bachelor of Computer Graphic design . computing $18. graphics.5/500 $18.nz .the university of Waikato Feb & ½ year Jul for more information visit www.200 $18.5/500 english. a background in music theory & audition Certificate in music Production and Performance – Tioriori level 5 English.ac.400 per year Certificate in music Production and Performance .200 supports application to enrol on the Bachelor of social Work . art.

biology $9.the university of Waikato • B. Engineering and Welding New Zealand diploma in Engineering level 6 (Civil**.the university of Waikato Jan 1 year 6/550 Relevant university or polytechnic degree & ‘fit for diving’ doctor’s certificate diploma in Environmental management level 6 or Diploma in marine studies level 6 Feb 1 year 6/550 $25.160 Diploma in marine studies For Graduates level 6 Bachelor of science (Bsc) with a major in Biological sciences .5/500 sciences.5/500 5.125 year two $21.5/500 5. For more details please download a brochure from our website at www. calculus) $19.waikato.5/500 English.400 $18.nz/go/brochure. GST Degree Pathways Electrical. english Certificate in Beautician & Cosmetology level 4 or equivalent international qualification $18. biology/ sciences & ‘fit for diving’ doctor’s certificate $19.200 Marine Studies and Environmental Management diploma in Environmental Management level 6 Feb 2 years 6/550 sciences.320 year one $20. .Qualifications Overview 2013 Continued 10 Programme of Study Start Length Entry Requirements Minimum IELTS/TOEFL Other Requirements & preferred High School subjects 2013 Fees in NZ$ incl.725* per year * approximate 2012 annual tuition fees based on 120 point (full-time) study. maths $19.the university of Waikato Diploma in marine studies level 6 Feb 2 years 6/550 English. for full fee schedule. applied science – aut • Bsc in Biological sciences .320 per year • B.nz. applied science – AuT • Bsc in Biological sciences .320 per year Bachelor in Engineering Health and Beauty Certificate in Beautician & Cosmetology level 4 Certificate in Beauty therapy (Body Therapy and Electrology) level 5 Feb Feb 1 year 30 weeks 5. physics and maths (specifically algebra. english. Electrical or Mechanical disciplines) Feb 2 years 6 (No part lower than 5.ac.200 $9. maths.5) /550 English.ac.400 Certificate in health Care assistance level 4 Certificate in massage (Relaxation Massage) level 4 Feb & ½ year Jul Feb & ½ year Jul 5.boppoly. physical education. please see www. **Pending approval.

City & guilds) level 3 English.ac.400 specific papers may give credit to the Bachelor in Tourism – the university of Waikato Feb & 3 years Jul 6 (No part lower than 5.aut. event management and Travel Management) Bachelor of Tourism (BTour) – the university of Waikato Feb 1 year 5.nz. please see www.nz.nz .400 $19. maths specific criteria depending on the endorsement $18.ac.bop poly. GST Degree Pathways Sport & Recreation Certificate in Fitness level 4 Diploma in sport and recreation level 6 Feb Feb 1 year 2 years 5. Travel and Hospitality national Certificate in hospitality (Cookery) level 4 national Certificate in travel level 4 diploma in Tourism level 5 (endorsements in International Flight attending.320 per year • B.waikato. biology/sciences $18.5) /550 Maths.5/500 6 (No part lower than 5.200 $18. sport and Recreation – AuT • B.255** per year Tourism. for full fee schedule. physical education. please see www.5/500 Certificate in hospitality (Professional Cookery inc.425* per year * approximate 2012 annual tuition fees based on 120 point (full-time) study. for more information visit www.400 Feb & ½ year Jul Feb & 1 year Jul 5.5/500 6/550 Be fit and active English. for full fee schedule. ** approximate 2012 annual tuition fees based on 120 point (full-time) study.ac. sport & leisure studies – the university of Waikato Bachelor of sport and recreation – AuT university Feb 1 year 6/550 Diploma in sport and Recreation level 6 $24. maths English.11 Programme of Study Start Length Minimum IELTS/ TOEFL Entry Requirements Other Requirements & preferred High School subjects 2013 Fees in NZ$ incl.5) /550 $9. English or national Certificate in Tourism and Travel (Core skills) level 3 or national Certificate in Travel level 3 $22.

nursing hospitalised animals. electrical and mechanical engineering and many more. For programme start dates.nz/go/brochure. administration..boppoly. carpentry. full-time Get yourself industry ready to start your career as a vet nurse. AREAS OF STUDY INCLUDE • surgical and clinical veterinary nursing • Preparing intravenous drips and providing paediatric care • assisting with anaesthetics and analgesic procedures • monitoring animals on fluid therapy. Gain the skills you need in animal husbandry. radiography. retail. animal handling. business.ac. Our prospectus can help you find out more about what’s on offer for you.. see the brochure for up-to-date listings for 2013. or download a brochure from our website at www. Animal Care National Certificate in Veterinary Nursing Level 5 Half year. veterinary reception. fees and entry requirements. ethics. social services. veterinary nursing including veterinary surgical assistance. marine and environment. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic offers over 100 different programmes in areas as diverse as graphic design. computing. sample collections.12 to study. first aid and communication.11. surgery preparation and dispensing drugs . fashion. some changes may occur. please see pages 7 . Please note that the papers and courses listed are accurate for 2012.

full-time This programme will suit you if you’re creative and like the idea of helping people to create their dream home or building.bop poly. Through our courses you’ll gain a solid understanding of preparing schedules of quantities for labour and materials. take control of small. YEAR ONE AND TWO COURSES • Construction elements • Communication skills • Building law and environment • Feasibility and services • Design and Preparation • small Buildings • • • • • Contract administration Design Principles Construction methodology medium Buildings large Buildings 13 National Diploma in Quantity Surveying Level 6 Two years. You’ll take courses in identifying construction site procedures. site management. Construction & Carpentry National Diploma in Architectural Technology Level 6 Two years. You’ll be using Mutoh Track drawing machines and industry-leading CAd technology and facilities. medium and large building projects. with additional experience in the industry. You’ll gain skills and knowledge to produce contract architectural drawings and act as an architectural technician on small and medium scale building projects.nz .Architecture. health and safety planning. YEAR ONE AND TWO COURSES • Construction elements • written Communication • Building law and environment • Feasibility and services • estimation • Introduction to Quantity surveying • • • • • Contract administration Quantity surveying Construction methodology advanced estimation Communication National Diploma in Construction Management Level 6 Two years. A huge saving in time and tuition fees! for more information visit www. on completion of this Diploma you’ll be able to work as a Construction Management Technician and. preparing tender documents and feasibility studies. controlling costs and administering construction finances. construction methodologies. quality assurance and client communication. full-time e bin ! C om ave &S Are you good with details? like working with numbers? dedicated to seeing projects through to the end? This National diploma provides you with the skills and knowledge to develop your career in quantity surveying.ac. full-time e bin ! C om ave &S Get your construction career established with this theory-based programme. YEAR ONE AND TWO COURSES • Construction elements • written Communication • Building law and environment • Feasibility and services • estimation • • • • • • Introduction to Quantity surveying Contract administration Planning Construction methodology site management Communication Combine & Save! Complete both Diplomas in just 5 semesters.

After six compulsory courses. law or computing. my strategy when I came here was to put myself into new and challenging situations. management and expansion of a small business. then this is the programme for you. plus half year part-time If you want to start a business management career and gain new skills or if you want to update your existing skills to go for that promotion. including accounting. The law of Business Entities. or planning to start. decision making. Employment Relations.Business 14 New Zealand Institute of Management (NZIM) Certificate in Management Half year full-time. you can choose to specialise in either accounting. COMPULSORY PAPERS • employment relations • Introduction to marketing • human resources I: People at work • Introduction to management • workplace Communication You’ll select a minimum of four compulsory papers and four optional papers. Placing Tourism. Touring Places. leadership and strategic Planning for small Business. computing and marketing. Mohammed Aljaber New Zealand Diploma in Business Level 6 the key for someone to come from saudi and succeed in their study in New Zealand is to have an open mind and motivation to try new things. finance. get to know new people. management. plus half year part-time are you an entrepreneurial spirit? this qualification is specifically designed for people working in. this flexible. Marketing Research. risk minimisation and staff management. scan the Qr code to watch Mohammed’s video about studying at the Polytechnic. law. YOU MUST COMPLETE SIx OF THE FOLLOWING PAPERS • accounting Principles • Introduction to Commercial law • the economic environment • organisation and management • Fundamentals of marketing • Business Computing • Business Communication You must also complete another six papers of your choice. through courses in business concepts. marketing. nationally recognised programme will provide you with solid management. New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus) Level 6 Two years. management. communications. marketing or tourism. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge to assist you in the setting up. ranging from Principles of Tourism. The NZdipBus incorporates the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic diploma in Business and the New Zealand Institute of management (nZIm) diploma in Management. to Human Resource Management. full-time The NZdipBus is an ideal starting point for gaining a widely recognised business qualification that will enable you to continue into our degrees offered in partnership with the university of Waikato. and Quantitative Methods for Economics and Finance. a small business. Buyer Behaviour and Communication strategies. REqUIRED PAPERS FOR THE ACCOUNTING SPECIALISATION • accounting Principles • accounting Practices • Introduction to Commercial law • the economic environment • organisation and management • Business Computing • Business Communication • Financial accounting • management accounting PLUS TWO OF • Business Finance • Internal auditing • taxation • Plus one optional paper New Zealand Institute of Management (NZIM) Certificate in Small Business Management Half year full-time. COMPULSORY PAPERS • Principles of small Business management • establishing a small Business • operating a small Business • Planning for Improved Performance You’ll also complete four optional papers. now I feel like I can do anything. business performance. economics. and build up my self-confidence. The NZdipBus provides you with a wide range of business skills and knowledge. . communication and human resource knowledge and you can choose to delve into courses in accounting.

full-time after completing the NZDipBus Level 6. You’ll gain knowledge of human behaviour. full-time after completing the NZDipBus Level 6. 15 Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Two years. social science methodology. Bachelor of Business Analysis – Financial (BBA (Fin)) One year. Delivered in partnership with the University of Waikato The BTour develops a constructive and critical understanding of tourism based on practical industry research. and the immigration advisers licensing scheme. finance and economics. does not qualify for a student visa to enter new Zealand. Delivered in partnership with the University of Waikato the Bms stands out due to its unique focus on management and practical experience. Completing the new Zealand Diploma in Business with a B grade average will give you up to 10 papers towards the 20 required for the BBa (Fin). COURSES (must be completed in the following order) a. marketing. Refugees. this programme is for you. In tauranga you can choose either accounting or finance as your major. as well as those who don’t need an immigration adviser licence. . part-time. You’ll gain a sound understanding of accounting. You’ll learn about immigration law and operational instructions. Introduction to nZ Immigration law and Professional responsibilities b. cultural and environmental impacts of tourism. Delivered in partnership with the University of Waikato This professionally recognised programme offers an alternative business degree if numbers and their meaning are your game. economic. The courses will also be of value to people working in travel agencies and international education. residence Visas d. Prospective students should discuss with Immigration new Zealand prior to submitting an application. Bachelor of Social Sciences (BSocSc) Two years. full-time. preparing and administering applications and appeals. finance or tourism. policy. as well as critical analysis and communication skills. Delivered in partnership with the University of Waikato the Bsocsc looks at how people and society interact and change. Business Pathways Bay of Plenty Polytechnic 2 years 2 years New Zealand Diploma in Business Level 6 1 year 1 ½ years University of Waikato Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) Bachelor of Social Sciences (BSocSc) Bachelor of Tourism (BTour) 2 years 2 years 1 ½ years Bachelor of Business Analysis – Financial (BBA (Fin)) 1 year with appropriate degree planning it may be possible to gain the nZIm Certificate in management while studying for your NZ diploma of Business or Bachelor degree. Appeals and Professional Practice note: as this graduate Certificate is taught online it. full-time after completing the NZDipBus Level 6. Bachelor of Tourism (BTour) One & a half years. Completing relevant NZdipBus courses with a B grade average will give you credit to the BTour. You’ll not only learn what makes a business tick but also what makes a manager great. Completing the NZdipBus with a B grade average may gain you up to 9 of the required 20 papers for the Bsocsc. You can customise your degree by choosing one of the four majors offered in tauranga: accounting. People already in new Zealand may require a Variation of Conditions of their existing work visa or other temporary entry visa in order to undertake part-time study. planning or research. Compliance and unlawful status c. full-time after completing the NZDipBus Level 6. up to two years. this specialist qualification is required to apply for a licence to practise as a new Zealand Immigration adviser and will cover and assess the immigration adviser competency standards and code of conduct. Completing the New Zealand diploma in Business with a B grade average may provide you with 14 papers toward the 26 required for the Bms.Business Graduate Certificate in New Zealand Immigration Advice Level 7 Half year. future developments and effective management. If you want to work with and are enthusiastic about people. Delivered online. temporary entry. You’ll take courses on the structure of tourism organisations.

CCNA Exploration provides an integrated and comprehensive coverage of networking topics and opportunities for hands-on practical experience and soft-skills development. You’ll take a variety of courses to gain knowledge and skills in programming. full-time Want to work as a junior multimedia or web developer. junior software programmer. The courses will provide you with a working knowledge of the It needs of small to medium enterprises. full-time after completing the DipAppComp Level 6. networking and programming. you’ll be able to enrol with the university of Waikato in Tauranga for one further year to meet the requirements of the Bachelor of science (Bsc) in Computer science with a specialisation in applied Computing. hardware and operating systems. web application development. full-time Take the next step towards a career as an intermediate It professional.Computing & IT 16 Diploma in Applied Computing Level 5 One year. You’ll learn about It infrastructure. 20 CrEDIT COUrSES • guI Programming • Internet and web Development • Business systems • Database Practice and experience • Business management (choose from NZdipBus courses Human Resource Management or Applied Management) • hardware and operating systems • help Desk • user Interface Design • Data Communications – services • Project management and Qa (leading to ComptIa Project +) • webmaster technical • mathematics and statistics 15 CrEDIT COUrSES CCNA Exploration • network Fundamentals • routing Protocols and Concepts • lan switching & wireless • accessing the wan These four courses will prepare you to take the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) exam. how people and computers interact and how to ensure systems work well and are easy to use. You can credit certain papers to the first year of the university of waikato’s Bachelor of science (Bsc). Throughout the degree you’ll continuously put into practice what you learn. computer network or hardware administrator? This diploma will get you on your way. through hands-on projects. Delivered in partnership with the University of Waikato If you have completed both the level 5 and 6 Applied Computing diplomas with a B grade average. Certain papers can be credited to the second year of the university of Waikato’s Bachelor of science (Bsc) and you can also gain industry certification – see CCna. with opportunities ranging from software programming and web development to network administration. You’ll take courses on software systems. retail salesperson. CORE COURSES • Introductory Programming • Professional skills • It Infrastructure • software Packages OPTIONAL COURSES (CHOOSE FOUR) • Introduction to statistical Methods • Introductory multimedia • Introduction to electronics • Behavioural science • Information systems in Business • Programming II (leading to sun Certification) • multimedia & web Development • It essentials and networking (leading to Cisco Comp tIa a+) Diploma in Applied Computing Level 6 One year. Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computer Science with a specialisation in Applied Computing One year. Computing & IT Pathways Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diplomas in Applied Computing Level 5 and 6 2 years University of Waikato Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computer Science (specialisation in Applied Computing) 1 year . data communications and multimedia applications.

understand forums for exhibition and sale. and develop your own art business or career. Creative Pathways Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diploma in Design (Fashion) Level 6 2 years Otago Polytechnic Bachelor of Design (Fashion) 1 year Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diploma in Design (Graphic) Level 6 2 years University of Waikato Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computer Science (specialisation in Applied Computing) 1 year . our tutors are renowned practising artists. Culture. Delivered in partnership with Otago Polytechnic There’s no need to leave Tauranga to get your degree! Cross credit the Diploma in Design (Fashion) level 6 into otago Polytechnic’s Bachelor of Design (Fashion) and complete just one more year of study to gain your degree. textiles. as well as launching successful labels or going on to work for Moochi. Context • studio Practice 2 • Business skills for the Creative Industries • Contextual studies Diploma in Design (Fashion) Level 6 Two years. printmaking) • Culture and Practice in aotearoa (New Zealand) • history. sculpture. full-time after completing the Diploma in Design (Fashion) Level 6. You’ll take courses in strategic design. Trelise Cooper. Culture. learn to market your art. Context 3 (30 credits) (required to continue onto the Bachelor of Design (Fashion)) • Interdisciplinary studies (15 credits) • Business skills for Creative Industries (15 credits) Bachelor in Design (Fashion) One year. YEAR ONE AND TWO COURSES • studio Practice 1 (including painting. Whether you are well on your way to developing your artistic talent or just getting started. you’ll take courses in design theory. drawing. full-time This diploma inspires an exploration of personal identity and unique cultural heritage and how these inform artistic expressions. garment construction and styling. Kate sylvester and more! YEAR ONE AND TWO COURSES • history. these courses are sure to inspire your creativity and develop your potential as an artist. textiles. Culture 1 and 2 • Design Development 1 and 2 • Pattern making 1 and 2 • garment Construction 1 and 2 • Fashion studio 1 and 2 • materials. an interdisciplinary studio and two fashion studios to develop professional level design and technical production skills. From initial concept to finished garment. Print • Body of work • apparel Practice (work Placement) ELECTIVES (30 CrEDITS) • history. full-time Join our award winning fashion design team to unleash your creative potential.17 Creative Aka Rakai Toi – Diploma in Art Level 6 Two years. digital photography. and then take it all to the catwalk! our students are regularly seen on winners’ podiums around New Zealand including Pasfika and wow. who will help you gain technical and theoretical skills. pattern making.

You’ll learn creative and technical design skills on the Mac platform from tutors experienced in illustration. history/culture/context. You’ll complete instrumental and performance courses and have the opportunity to develop these into your own performance style within a positive and supportive team environment. a career as a graphic design practitioner could be for you. Process & systems • multimedia and web Design Diploma in Design (Graphic) Level 6 Two years. full-time Combine our state of the art technology with your creativity to become a graphic designer. illustration. photography and multimedia. colour. knowledge and practical skills for working with live sound. COURSES • apple mac and software skills • Design research • typographic layouts • Planning and approval • graphic Communication • Print Production. Graduates will be able to apply fundamental graphic design knowledge and skills required for employment in the industry or in preparation for further related study.Communication for the Creative arts • Performance studies 1 . 2 and 3 • Computing software • Illustration 1 and 2 • web Design 1 and 2 • Introduction to Programming (Degree elective) • Business skills for Creative Industries (Diploma elective) • Photography • Introduction to multimedia (Degree elective) • Design Practice (Diploma elective) Tioriori – Certificate in Music Production and Performance Level 5 One year. 2 and 3 • history. composition and relish the idea of working in a fast-paced environment. visual and conceptual design. You’ll gain skills and confidence in web design. Culture.you’ll get work experience as well. Context 1. graphic design studies. design and studio practice and web design . full-time If you have an eye for design. COURSES • theory & harmony for the Contemporary musician 1 and 2 • music technology 1 and 2 • Culture and Practice in aotearoa • Instrumental study • whakaaroaro .Creative 18 Certificate in Computer Graphic Design Level 4 One year. full-time Your first step in fine tuning your musical talent starts here. The programme teaches courses in software applications. YEAR ONE AND TWO COURSES • graphic Design studies 1. art and design theory. you’ll start to grow as a performing artist by developing the theory. on completion of this one year full-time certificate. design research. print. multimedia and web. and take courses in interdisciplinary studies. press.

studio production. Whanau. sales and promotions. whänau. full-time social and community workers are passionate about making a difference. culture and context of music. Policy and the Role of a Teacher Aide • Child Development and the Process of Working with Children • Curriculum Development and support • the reflective Practitioner • work Placement National Certificate in Early Childhood Education and Care Level 5 One year. You’ll gain skills and knowledge of working with children. COURSES • working with Children • Children’s health and wellbeing • Family. social. They assist teachers in a classroom by working with students on a one-onone basis or in groups. this half year programme is for you. learn and practise song composition. the history. children’s health and wellbeing. cultural and educational development. they work with individuals and families.subfm. Culture and Context of music • Performance studies 1 & 2 • Business skills for the Creative Industries Education & Social Services Certificate in Teacher Aide Practice Level 4 Half year. using industry standard technical equipment. full-time You heard it on the radio! Whether you’re interested in announcing. family/ whänau. and take courses in child development. full-time Working with preschool children is hugely rewarding. You’ll be trained to have a positive impact on children’s physical.ac.Creative Te Kamakama – Diploma in Music Production and Performance Level 6 One year. CORE COURSES IN YEAR ONE • Personal and Professional Development • social service work • social service Delivery Certificate in Radio Broadcasting Level 4 One year. music production and promotion. this programme is a first step on the pathway towards professional training for working in the social services industry. community groups and schools to. broadcast news or programming. You’ll take courses for two days a week and gain experience by working (paid or voluntary) as a teacher aide. COURSES • announcing • audio Production • Creative writing for radio • Programming • radio sales • Promotions and marketing • Broadcast news for more information visit www. This programme provides a qualification for you to begin a career and will support any application for higher level study. using the latest technology and effectively promote your music with an understanding of the music industry. You’ll learn a wide range of skills utilised within the industry. full-time Take your musical talent and performance skills to the next level. Take courses in performance studies. social service work and social service delivery. Community and society • Child Development • Professional Practice 19 Kahikatea – Certificate in Social Service Studies Level 4 Half year. YEAR ONE AND TWO COURSES • music Production • studio Production • Composition Portfolio • global music Promotion • Visual media Production • history. community and society. and professional practice. intermediate and secondary schools. Teacher aides support children’s learning at primary.co. It includes personal and professional development courses.7 Fm www. this programme will have you covered. COURSES • school structure. Training with us as a teacher aide will equip you with the academic and interpersonal skills necessary to succeed in this role.nz .nz. full-time If you have the drive and passion to help children succeed.bop poly. creative direction. visual media production. and gain the business skills to manage a small business. Take all the knowledge acquired in your courses and apply it to running our very own live student radio station suB 88.3 and 107. gain the confidence to express your creativity through advanced practical knowledge of music production and performance. help them function the best they can.

MECHANICAL • engineering Practice • material Properties • mechanics • thermodynamics and heat transfer Further mechanical courses include fluid mechanics. electronics or power engineering specialisations. technical literacy and mathematics. the emphasis is on practical knowledge and we use a lot of equipment. taking roles at senior technical or supervisory level. power generation and energy. electronics. Balraj Singh (Amritsar. then follow the pathways to mechanical. Punjab. India) New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electrical) Level 6 life is really very good. A new specialisation in Powder Metallurgy in the second year of the Mechanical Engineering diploma provides skills and knowledge for new and emerging Titanium powder metallurgy and metals testing industries. civil and structural drawing. The teachers are very helpful and understanding. engineering CAd strength of materials. hydraulics and water systems. Electrotechnology. CORE COURSES IN YEAR ONE • engineering Fundamentals • engineering mathematics 1 • technical literacy ELECTRICAL • electrical and electronic Principles 1 and 2 • electrical and electronic Applications • Computer Programming • PlC Programming 1 and 2 Further electrical courses include microcontrollers. full-time *Civil discipline pending approval This diploma provides you with the skills and knowledge required for a career in the civil. eal titu and te o (IPE f NZ ). . Electrical and Mechanical disciplines) Two years. manufacturing processes. CIVIL* • geotechnical engineering • land surveying • highway engineering • structures Further civil courses include materials. and management. You’ll gain a broad knowledge base in engineering fundamentals.20 In T Pro he NZ tern a fes DE sio is r tion nal eco al Eng gni Rec ine sed og ers by nit Ne the ion w Z Ins . generation and sustainable energy. infrastructure and construction. I like the BoPP engineering facilities. as well as the manufacturing of industrial and domestic products. power engineering. defence. metallurgy. engineering management. electrical fundamentals and mechanics of machines. Engineering & Welding New Zealand Diploma in Engineering Level 6 (Civil*. electrical machines. electrical and mechanical engineering fields. graduates of engineering diplomas enter careers in industries as diverse as aerospace.

community health and first aid. You will also have the opportunity to gain the prestigious internationally recognised CIDesCo Diploma.Certificate in Health Care Assistance Level 4 18 weeks. full-time Beauty is more than skin deep! learn from our local and internationally trained tutors and gain real-life experience in our Atrium Beauty salon. full-time develop your skills further to become a qualified beauty therapist. which is highly sought after by employers within the beauty industry. COURSES • Cultural awareness • anatomy and Physiology • Professional Practice • Comprehensive First aid • working with older People & People with Disabilities • Community health • work experience 21 Health & Beauty Certificate in Beautician & Cosmetology Level 4 One year. professional practice skills and allied massage therapies. COURSES • the human Body • Foundations of massage • Professional Practice • allied therapies • Comprehensive First aid . You attend class two days a week and gain experience in the industry by working (paid or voluntary) as a health care assistant. This programme will give you the skills and confidence to work at an assistant level within a range of community and health care occupations. You’ll take courses and practice a range of relaxation massage skills and techniques. Turn your interest in this ancient. You’ll also develop the business. rest homes and home support providers in New Zealand. You’ll receive advanced training in electrology and body therapy. CONTENT INCLUDES • advanced anatomy and physiology • electrology • Figure analysis • Body therapy with heat and electrical application • swedish body massage Certificate in Relaxation Massage Level 4 Half year. working with older people and people with disabilities. natural healing technique into a career as a massage therapist. health and safety and communications skills needed to succeed in the beauty industry. pedicure and hair removal. computing and communication skills • Computer applications Certificate in Beauty Therapy (Body Therapy & Electrology) Level 5 30 weeks. professional practice. computing. reflexology (zone therapy) and on-site chair massage. including Indian head massage. electrology. Programme content includes courses in cultural awareness. You will learn about the human body and its systems. You’ll gain skills in beauty and cosmetic services and facial therapy. as well as the fundamentals of anatomy and physiology. full-time There is increasing demand for health care professionals in hospitals. The programme also covers courses in advanced anatomy and physiology. CONTENT INCLUDES • Beauty services • Facial therapy • Cosmetic services • anatomy and physiology • nutrition principles • manicure and pedicare • Depilatory hair removal/wax treatment • health. safety and first aid • Business practice. In your courses you’ll learn the art of manicure. figure analysis and swedish body massage. anatomy and physiology. full-time the therapeutic benefits of massage are now fully recognised within mainstream medicine.

Environmental Pathways Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diploma in Environmental Management Level 6 2 years University of Waikato Bachelor of Science 1 year . this course has proved to be the right one for me. invertebrate and vertebrate biology. consider a career where you can make a real difference! our environmental management programme is supported by local industry and Iwi. coastal management. It has lived up to my expectations and I’d recommend it. graduates can also complete the third year of a Bachelor of science (the university of waikato) here at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic. pollution etc. Level 6. there are lots of field trips and the practical is great. YEAR ONE AND TWO COURSES • Botany • Vertebrate and Invertebrate Biology • water and Zero waste management • Conservation Issues & Perspectives • Biological surveying. You don’t find many nepalese in New Zealand yet. Nepal) (university of waikato Bsc Biological sciences pathway) Diploma of Environmental Management . Compared to the rest of the world. geology. You’ll study courses in botany. zero waste. New Zealand is clean and green. ecology and biosecurity. full-time If you’re passionate about the environment. If you have the qualification you can go anywhere. I’ve always loved nature and wanted to travel. If students are interested in environmental management. but there’s a lot of work still to be done.Environmental Management 22 Diploma in Environmental Management Level 6 Two years. You’ll also explore local and global environment perspectives and conduct environmental research. biological surveying. there’s definitely an advantage to studying in New Zealand. we study issues about global warming. outdoor Risk Management and leadership • Practical skills • ecological restoration • Coastal management • Biological surveying • Freshwater ecology • environmental reporting/ Research Project • Biosecurity • geology of new Zealand Sameer Khanal (Kathmandu.

tonga and australia. Marine Pathways Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diploma in Marine Studies Level 6 2 years University of Waikato Bachelor of Science 1 year . aquaculture. Delivered in partnership with the University of Waikato Complete just one more year after your Diploma in marine studies or Diploma in Environmental Management and you’ll gain a Bachelor of science. reporting and more! You’ll qualify up to PaDI divemaster level and gain Boatmasters and maritime restricted operator’s certificates. fisheries management. conservation issues. • Plus at least 3 elective papers CORE COURSES • marine ecology • Freshwater ecology and monitoring • Coastal management • marine reporting • Practical skills 1 and 2 • Plus at least 3 elective papers William Dinwoodie Diploma in Marine Studies Level 6 the marine studies course was fantastic and the education I received was instrumental in my recently obtaining a great job as a ships observer with the new Zealand government’s ministry for Primary Industries. full-time after completing the Diploma in Environmental Management or Marine Studies Level 6. ecology and monitoring. you’re also able to complete just one more year to obtain a Bachelor of science (the university of waikato) right here in Tauranga.23 Marine Studies Diploma in Marine Studies Level 6 Two years. marine tourism. freshwater ecology. Birds and Fish • marine science and ecology • marine surveying • Fisheries management aotearoa. full-time If you already have a relevant university or polytechnic degree and have a passion to work in the marine environment. Diploma in Marine Studies for Graduates Level 6 One year. New Zealand • Conservation Issues & Perspectives • Practical skills 1 and 2 YEAR TWO CORE COURSES • marine ecology and monitoring • sampling and surveying techniques • Freshwater ecology and monitoring • Coastal management • marine reporting (project) every year a number of students take up project options in places such as Vanuatu. coastal botany. You can choose courses in three of the following specialist topics: biosecurity. When you’ve successfully graduated from the diploma. marine reporting and coastal management. PaDI open water instruction. YEAR ONE COURSES • Coastal Botany • marine Invertebrates • marine mammals. full-time Want to pursue an exciting career in a range of aquatic and marine related fields? take courses in marine biology. the university of Waikato degree is taught by Bay of Plenty Polytechnic staff in Tauranga. Bachelor of Science (BSc) with a major in Biological Sciences One year. You’ll pick up key skills in courses on terrestrial or marine ecology. this could be just what you’re looking for! This fulltime programme gives you a wide range of practical skills and theoretical knowledge including marine ecology. coral reef ecology or a flexi option to be discussed with staff. coastal management. marine surveying. fresh water ecology and geographical Information systems fields. coastal management.

exercise prescription. nutrition and sports psychology. as well as comprehensive first aid. group fitness and nutrition for exercise results. fitness facility management.Sport & Recreation 24 Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Certificate in Fitness Level 4 “Cert4Fitness” One year. delivers the Bachelor of sport and recreation (Bsr) in tauranga with the third year focusing on courses in sports science. sports team and aquatic centre environments. in partnership with aut university. physiology. when you’ve successfully completed the diploma. delivered here in Tauranga. multi-use facilities. sport management and marketing. You’ll study a wide range of courses including anatomy. client care and retention. coaching. full-time Do you dream of a career in sport and fitness? Do you get a buzz out of helping people to live life to the full? our hands-on programme gives you the knowledge and skills to work in fitness centres. coaching. you’re also able to complete just one more year to obtain the aut university Bachelor of sport and recreation (Bsr). sports leadership and nutrition. Sport and Recreation Pathways Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diploma in Sport & recreation Level 6 2 years AUT University Bachelor in Sport & recreation 1 year . fitness assessment and personal training. full-time after completing the Diploma in Sport and Recreation Level 6. athletic conditioning. complete courses in fitness testing and goal setting. sports science. YEAR ONE COURSES • applied anatomy • exercise Prescription • outdoor recreation leadership • sport and recreation in society • Coach and athlete training • managing sport & recreation • Physiology • sport Psychology and nutrition YEAR TWO COMPULSORY COURSES • exercise science • Physical activity & health • sport Business management & marketing • sport Business law & statistics • applied sports nutrition • Industry experience & research • Plus 2 elective papers Bachelor of Sport and Recreation One year. COURSES • Personal Fitness • exercise Instruction • group Fitness Instruction • Client Care/ Public relations • gym management • Comprehensive First aid Certificate Diploma in Sport and Recreation Level 6 Two years. full-time are you passionate about the sports industry? this qualification will set you up for the career you’ve always wanted. take team fitness training. Delivered in partnership with AUT University got the drive to succeed? You can complete your degree in sport and recreation in tauranga! Bay of Plenty Polytechnic. sociology. learn how to write personal exercise programmes.

International Flight Attending. You will demonstrate airline knowledge. health and safety. customer service.Tourism. full-time Gain the skills and knowledge to enter the hospitality industry at above junior level. operating procedures. 25 COURSES • atrium training restaurant • Commercial Kitchen • hot and Cold larder • Patisserie • Kitchen supervision and management • Function Planning and Delivery Diploma in Tourism Level 5 One year. airline safety. cultural and environmental impacts of tourism. TrAVEL MANAgEMENT You will gain a broad understanding of the operational aspects of travel agency management and airline ticketing. You can major in travel management. and good media practices. You’ll take courses on the structure of tourism organisations. economic. Bachelor of Tourism (BTour) One and a half years. and aspects of hospitality. This will entail event planning. discover a variety of tourism and travel operations and put your skills and knowledge to the test. The programme’s courses provide you with higher level. Tourism & Travel Pathways Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Diploma of Tourism (Event Managment) Level 5 1 year Bay of Plenty Polytechnic New Zealand Diploma in Business Level 6 1½ years University of Waikato Bachelor of Tourism (BTour) 1 year . full-time after completing the NZDipBus Level 6. this endorsement incorporates our Iata approved Fares and ticketing courses and the national Certificate in travel level 4. EVENT MANAgEMENT this endorsement is for people who want to work in the fields of event management and confererencing. risk and environmental management. as well as looking at sponsorship. Travel & Hospitality National Certificate in Hospitality (Cookery) Level 4 One year. event management or international flight attending (in conjunction with travel Careers and Training limited). You’ll also obtain the internationally recognised International City & guilds Diploma in Food Preparation (Culinary arts) and the national Certificate in hospitality (Cookery) level 4. Event Management and Travel Management) You’ll enjoy a number of field trips. future developments and effective management. finishing techniques and kitchen management skills. full-time (Endorsements in International Flight Attending. Event Management and Travel Management specialisations all have a field trip component. costing and evaluating a number of events. This programme is an ideal pathway to supervisory and management positions in the tourism and travel industry and some courses credit towards the university of Waikato’s Bachelor of Tourism (BTour). Delivered in partnership with the University of Waikato The Bachelor of Tourism (BTour) develops a constructive and critical understanding of tourism based on practical industry orientated research. specialised preparation and cookery methods. COMPULSORY PAPERS • organisation and management • Principles of tourism • Fundamentals of marketing • tourism Industry management INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT ATTENDING this endorsement will prepare you for a career in the aviation industry as a flight attendant. along with an understanding of the tourism industry.

laboratories.Our Campuses 26 Bay of Plenty Polytechnic has two campuses in Tauranga. student support. Windermere Campus features modern lecture theatres. fashion and art studios. Mount Maunganui (Mauao) 29 Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Bongard Centre Bongard Centre Bongard Centre is home to our business administration. a road transport training centre and a small regional facility. computing and legal studies programmes. new state-of-the-art trades workshops. featuring purpose-built lecture theatres. as well as our fantastic Aquatic and Fitness Centre. Tauranga City Centre 2 Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Windermere Campus . music recording suites. computer labs and administration facilities. massage and hair salons. beauty. you’ll never miss a thing at Bongard. computer labs. business management. With its own library. Our friendly campuses feature excellent facilities giving you everything you need to get the full educational experience. health and international services as well as student worx and a roof-top café. Windermere Campus our main campus is located on the southern side of the city. set in 24 hectares of trees and gardens and provides an energizing and fun place to study. complete with the latest video conferencing and presentation technologies.

I know the teachers in all my classes. they are really friendly and I like them. We can help you with applications. and health and counselling services. Ako Awhina facilitators are available to assist you in your programmes with your specific learning and study challenges. both at Windermere and Bongard. A health nurse is available during clinic times at Health Services. and the International Office at Windermere Campus can advise you and answer your enquiries about programme details. circuit training and helpful. the student learning commons. Ako Atea. BayLearn. I remember one presentation I really enjoyed doing. financial matters. friendly and experienced staff. The IT Services team provides over 450 computers in 15+ computer suites on both campuses. Security teams are in operation 24 hours a day. is an integral part of many programmes making information and materials like readings or course notes available online when you need them. our online learning environment. cafés. seven days a week to ensure your personal safety and the protection of your property. about website design. Polytechnic facilities and liaise with other campus support services. I don’t feel like an international student any more. as the programme is really good. Everyone in my group were New Zealand students. When you become a student at the Polytechnic. I especially enjoy web designing. Membership includes access to the pool. internet and wireless access and file storage. Ako Awe is here to provide you with a comprehensive integrated learning experience. 27 Napinderjit Kaur BSc in Computer Science (Jalandhar. our Information Centres. I chose the pathway course because the degree has a benefit for me. computer labs. They were really helpful with me. Punjab. our awesome Aquatic and Fitness Centre features a purpose-built 25-metre heated pool and modern gym. interviews and enrolments. space to study and hang out. from ski trips and sporting challenges to pie-eating contests! Windermere and Bongard Campuses are both safe and attractive environments.Our Facilities Our passion for education and the wellbeing of our students is reflected in the first class range of services we provide to ensure you achieve your goals and get the most out of your student experience. guidance and support at all campuses as well as library access. India) this is my third year at the Bay of Plenty Polytech. We ensure you get the most out of your time with our dedicated Student Worx team organising a range of fun activities. our International Student Support team is always on hand with 24-hour a day assistance. you will receive a free Polytechnic email account. for free consultations offering comprehensive services – from giving up smoking to health education. fitness programmes. provides academic assistance. gym. fitness testing. . located at both campuses. qualification equivalence. accommodation and transport. last year I completed my level 6 Diploma of applied Computing and am now in the level 7 Bachelor degree. I was very nervous but got 94%! I recommend BoPP for It. academic records. some classes and the pool are free every lunchtime.

if a student likes pets or vegetarian food.$100 $40 . there will also be house rules to follow.Accommodation 28 Homestay Homestay is when a student lives with a New Zealand family in their home. but exclusive of telephone. AVERAGE PRICES Accommodation (without food) Power/ gas/ Water Transport Food Entertainment NZ$ PER WEEK $140 .00 $14. It is easier to look for housing after you arrive in tauranga. Please note. All homestay accommodation is assessed for suitability by the International Pastoral Care Coordinator. Applications for homestay accommodation should be made well in advance of arrival in Tauranga. Flatting (Sharing a House) This is the leasing/renting of a house or apartment of your own or.$5. Bonds are refunded at the end of your tenancy if accounts are paid in full and the flat or house is well maintained. local newspapers and real estate agencies publish lists of flats and houses available for rent.$50 $30 .$250 per week. This is a good environment to be immersed in the New Zealand culture. students choosing this option should be prepared for differences compared to living with their own family.fluctuates Cappuccino/Latte NZ$ PER ITEM $2. students may be expected to help with some of the household duties. Cost of Living Expenses AVERAGE PRICES Coke (can) Milk (litre) Bread (loaf) Big Mac burger Cinema (student discount) Petrol (litre) . landlords can request a bond equivalent to 1-4 weeks rent. We will match a family as closely as possible to what students require and what the family is looking for.00 $2. the Polytechnic will attempt to place this student with a similar family. In new Zealand.50 $7. student worx. Internet and transport expenses. For instance. inclusive of food. a homestay placement fee may be applicable.15 $3.50 Prices shown here were accurate at time of printing (2012). Extra fees that can be added to the bond payment include two weeks rent in advance or/and a real estate agent’s fee that is usually equivalent to one week’s rent. Generally students will have their own room and most meals provided. but is deposited in trust with the New Zealand Tenancy Board.$100 . computer use.50 . or watching television. If you choose this option. there may be limits on telephone use. with other students. you can request temporary accommodation for a few days until you find a flat or house to live in. more commonly.70 $2. Bond (Key Money) A bond is an initial payment required for security by landlords when offering their premises for rental. For example.00 $2. power and laundry. Costs of Homestay the cost of homestay accommodation in tauranga is approximately nZ$230 . the bond is not held by the landlord. These types of rules vary between homestay families.$200 $10 .$70 $60 .

when we chose to come to BoPP we looked for somewhere where our kids could go to school. etc).ac. as a family project we wanted to go abroad for a year to an English speaking country where we all learn english.g. Furniture You should check whether the flat is fully furnished (e. water. Most houses for rent in New Zealand are unfurnished. Note: these are estimates only. I've been teaching for a while and I'd like to do something else. actual costs will depend on your personal lifestyle. Flatting is usually more expensive than homestay and you may need to budget carefully to meet all expenses. fridge. Internet.29 Costs for Flatting the costs for flatting can range from approximately nZ$80 . You need to decide if you want to rent these items or if individual flat mates will provide them. It’s great. semi-furnished or unfurnished. Full details are available on the new Zealand Immigration service website at www. washing machine. Switzerland) Diploma in Applied Computing Level 5 I’m just here for a year. then get a new job when I get home. for more information visit www. with a bed. Expenses may vary depending on personal spending habits. linen. quality second-hand items. Household Appliances Most houses for rent do not provide whiteware (fridge. power. For some visa and permits. my wife is studying as well. We love outdoor activities. I like the infrastructure and the reception by the locals was very nice. the ocean and the beach.bop poly.nz .nz. telephone. so I am studying computing and It at BoPP.govt. where I could study computing and that had nice weather. but there are plenty of ways to buy affordable. with the whole family. chest of drawers. Alex Huber (Brugg.immigration. desk. so Tauranga was where we ended up. Other costs and general advice students should budget for between nZ$150 – nZ$250 per week in addition to rent or homestay accommodation expenses. washing machine). the course at BoPP is good. In most houses for rent you will need to provide your own bedroom furniture including bed. We love the location. There are many companies in Tauranga that lease whiteware at an affordable price.$160 per week plus expenses such as food. etc. etc. new Zealand Immigration require a set amount of money to be available for living purposes (excluding accommodation expenses).

Everyone else was in town clubbing that night and I was spending quality time with penguins! It was pretty exceptional. .30 Key Polytechnic Dates 2013 January summer school commences auckland anniversary February waitangi Day semester 1 start March April good Friday Public holiday Easter Monday Public Holiday easter tuesday Public holiday Polytechnic holiday Break anZaC Day Public holiday May June Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday open Day semester 1 end semester break July August September October Polytechnic holiday Break Foundation and Diploma short Courses start labour Day Public holiday November December semester 2 end Graduation Week 30 september – 11 october 3 october 28 october 22 november Week of 9 december semester 2 start 3 June June 28 June 1 July – 12 July 15 July 29 march 1 April 2 april 22 april – 3 may 25 april 4 January 28 January 6 February 18 February 11 January 2013 Application deadline for Semester One 2013 7 June 2013 Application deadline for Semester Two 2013 Luca Nazari (Iran) Diploma in Marine Studies Level 6 Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences) I chose to do a presentation on little Blue Penguins in the Bay of Plenty. I saw penguins for the first time in the wild here. one night I camped at Mount Maunganui to observe them come ashore.

This could be: • a qualification at level 7 gained after studying in nZ for at least one academic year.4 years GRADUATE CERTIFICATE 1 year GRADUATE DIPLOMA 1 year IELTS 6. .nz/opsmanual/i6954. gained after studying in nZ for at least two academic years. degrees and graduate diplomas ranging from level 1 to 7. diplomas. Find out more at http://www. Many programmes are designed to pathway into a higher level to help you reach your goals. A higher level indicates a more complex and demanding programme and higher entry requirements.0 POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA 1 year Levels 5 to 6 DIPLOMAS 1 . 5 or 6.0 High School Polytechnic and Institute of Technology Universities Study to Work In order to be eligible for a one year Job Search Work Visa on graduation. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic offers certificates. 31 Level 10 Level 9 Level 8 MastErs DEGREE PHD Level 7 BACHELOR DEGREE 3.htm.Understanding the NZ Education System Each programme offered by education institutions in New Zealand is classified by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) at a level between 1 and 10.0-7. 5. • a two year qualification at level 4.govt.5 IELTS 6. • a combination of two qualifications at levels 4.immigration.2 years Levels 1 to 4 CERTIFICATES 12 weeks to 1 year IELTS 5. or 6 that each required at least one academic year study in nZ. you must have successfully completed a New Zealand qualification or qualifications that meet the criteria for points under the Skilled Migrant Category. provided the second qualification is at a higher level (two years study in new Zealand in total).

showing tasks performed and responsibilities held • note. see our website for our approved agents www. We recommend that you apply a minimum of two months prior to the start of the programme. so that we can assess it quickly and thoroughly. Agents can advise you on programmes we offer and help you enrol and obtain your student visa. The agents have a contract signed by us – please ask to see this. 200 Cameron road Tauranga 3110 New Zealand Phone: +64 7 571 0190 Fax: +64 7 578 0656 Please complete all the details required on the application form.ac. Missing information can cause delays in processing your application. Make an application We welcome applications at any time of the year.nz/go/international. . We’re here to help you with information and support. This will be sent to you (or to your agent).boppoly. where applicable (translated into english). If you’d like to find out more about a particular programme. some programmes only have one start date in a year. When we receive your application we will send an acknowledgement by email or letter. • online – complete and submit the online application form on our website www.boppoly. including your accommodation requirements. You can also email our International admissions Coordinator international@boppoly.nz. some creative programmes may require you to submit a portfolio of relevant work. Choose a programme use this International Prospectus to learn more about the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic and the courses and qualifications that we offer.nz/go/international/search-international-agents. International admissions administrator Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Bongard Centre.ac.boppoly. There are several ways to apply to study with us • through an agent – Bay of Plenty Polytechnic has many agents around the world who are authorised to act on our behalf.ac.ac.nz. If the programme that you are applying for is full or you are unable to arrive before the start of the programme.How to apply 32 1 2 If you need help Call our International admissions Coordinator on +64 7 571 0190 or email us on international@boppoly.ac. contact your agent or check our website at www.nz/international. we will provide you with details on the next available programme start date. including high school and academic qualifications (certified/notarised as a genuine copy and translated into English) • statement of Purpose (within the International application Form) • Detailed CV/resume and work qualifications. • Copy of your passport (certified/notarised as a genuine copy) • Ielts or toeFl test results if available (originals or certified/notarised as a genuine copy) • graduation certificates and transcripts of previous study. • Direct – fill out the application form included in this Prospectus and post. this should include descriptions or relevant work experience. fax or hand it to Bay of Plenty Polytechnic. Required Documents It is very important to provide as many of the required documents as possible with your application.

If you receive medical treatment during your visit. If some documents are outstanding or some entry criteria have not yet been met. We recommend that you make arrangements too for a 40 minute connecting flight from auckland International airport to tauranga.nz. before you will receive a student visa. Further information can be viewed on the ACC website at www. A full Offer of Place will be provided when all conditions have been satisfied. We will provide you with a receipt when the payment has been received. Your Offer of Place will also inform you of the deadline date by which you must confirm your acceptance of the Offer of Place and make payment of your tuition fees. it is very important that you let our International office know your arrival details.nz. Medical and Travel Insurance 7 Book your flight we advise you to book your flight to new Zealand after you’ve been granted your student visa. Full details of visa requirements. This receipt must be presented to Immigration new Zealand. We can arrange insurance for you. then a Conditional Offer of Place may be given. Make sure your travel plans allow you to arrive in New Zealand before the start of your compulsory student orientation Day. Pay your fees Your full Offer of Place letter will include detailed information on payment of fees and compulsory insurance.ac. immigration. email the International Admissions Coordinator to discuss the course you want to take and let us know the accommodation you wish to live in.bop poly. You are not able to complete enrolment at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic until full payment has been received. you will be able to provide Immigration new Zealand with your Offer of Place and apply for an approval in Principal (aIP) visa before paying your tuition fees. We look forward to seeing you at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic. residents and temporary visitors to New Zealand. Immigration new Zealand usually require you to provide the receipt showing that you’ve paid your fees. 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.nz. 33 4 5 6 Contact us to discuss your plans Please make sure that you include us in your plans. as detailed on your acceptance letter. If you meet all admission and entry requirements. The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) provides accident insurance for all New Zealand citizens. who will take you to your accommodation. you may be liable for the full costs of that treatment.and arrival date and time. you will need to apply for a student visa. you will receive a full Offer of Place.co. along with any assistance you may need. but you may still be liable for all other medical and related costs. Most international students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in new Zealand. We will email you (and/or your agent) an information pack including orientation information when we receive your tuition payment. In some countries. advice on rights to employment in new Zealand while studying and reporting requirements are available from Immigration new Zealand (InZ). and can be viewed on their website at www. Apply for your visa Before you can come to New Zealand. you (or your agent) will receive an acceptance letter offering you a place on the programme.govt. Accident Insurance 8 Start at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic on arrival at tauranga airport. you will be met by a representative of the our International Pastoral Care team. Don’t forget International students must have appropriate and current medical and travel insurance while studying in New Zealand.nz Eligibility for Health Services .acc. including notification of tuition and insurance fees. You must participate in an International orientation Day held during the week before the start of your programme. More information is available from the International admissions Coordinator. including flight number . for more information visit www.3 Receive your Offer of Place once we have processed and approved your application. Prior to your departure from home.moh.govt. and methods of payment.

Please note this is a guide only and entry requirements are subject to change. school Certificate school leaving Certificate Baccalaureate General Mittlere Reife / Realschulabschluss hK Certificate of education (hKCee) higher secondary Certificate (10+2) with a pass of at least 60% in select subjects sma 3 secondary 5-6 years or Certificate of secondary education (adadiyah) Diploma di maturita with a pass of at least 75%. Country Australia Argentina Bangladesh Brazil Brunei Chile China Colombia Denmark Egypt Fiji France Germany Hong Kong India Indonesia Iraq Italy Japan Korea Malaysia Netherlands Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Russia Samoa Saudi Arabia Singapore Sri Lanka Sweden Taiwan Thailand Tonga UK USA Vietnam Entry into Diploma Level Programmes Year 12 or equivalent Bachillerato or Bachillerato Especializado higher secondary school Certificate with a pass of at least 60% in select subjects Certificado de Conclusao de 2 grau gCeo level in 4 subjects Certificado o licencia de enseñanza media high school Diploma Bachillerato or ICFes Folkeskolens 10 Klasseprove secondary 3 years ns C of general/tech.Qualifications Equivalency 34 Standard entrance qualifications The following information provides a basic overview of entry requirements for students from select countries. If your country or qualification is not listed.nz.5) successful completion of Form 6 gCe o level high school graduation Diploma Baccalaureate . Kotogakko sotsugyo shomeisho high school Diploma sPm haVo Diploma/senior general secondary education. or Certificate of maturity Completion of secondary school tawjihiyah (general secondary education Certificate) with a pass of at least 60% in select subjects gCe o level gCe o level slutbetyg (upper grades) senior high school leaving Certificate m 6 (grade point average of 2. higher secondary school Certificate (higher grades) with a pass of at least 60% in select subjects higher school Certificate National College Entrance Certification of secondary education.ac. please contact the International team at international@boppoly.

some programmes require successful completion of compulsory subjects while others offer elective subjects. Degree Diplomas are qualifications at levels 5 and 6. . the more complex and demanding the programme will be. diploma. They deliver technical. Polytechnics and Institutes of Technology A programme is made up of courses. travel management and event management. They are usually one year long. requiring at least 120 credits. the diploma in Tourism offers majors in international flight attending. they can be between 12 weeks to a full-year in length and can pathway into diploma programmes. For many programmes mature students with life skills and/or work experience are encouraged to apply. NZQA recognises Bay of Plenty Polytechnic as an accredited provider of qualifications from certificates to degrees. with at least 40 credits. even if you do not meet the academic entry requirements but have the equivalent ability and experience. Graduate certificate graduate diplomas are qualifications at level 7 open to students who already hold a recognised degree. Major 35 Each programme has entry criteria you must meet. You may have the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to enter directly into a programme. papers or units of study that lead to a qualification. since you’ll be studying this subject a while and changing majors is not easy. Diploma Certain diplomas or degrees allow you to select a major subject to study.5 6 7 TOEFL paper-based 500 550 600 TOEFL iBT 61 79-80 100 the new Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) is a government agency responsible for setting. Programmes University universities provide certificate. levels 1 to 7. degree and post graduate degrees and tend to be more academic with more theoretical content. They are between one and two years in length and may pathway into degree programmes. For example. They are usually 60 credits in length. they usually take three to four years full-time study to complete and can lead to further study at Masters or doctorate levels. “high school” is mandatory for entry into any Bay of Plenty Polytechnic programme for international students. diploma and degree programmes.Tertiary Jargon Certificates are qualifications at levels 1 to 4. Level Polytechnics and Institutes of Technology are the same kind of institution. Graduate diploma At Bay of Plenty Polytechnic you can enter a programme of study at a level that suits your previous qualifications or work skills and life experience. Certificate ‘Bachelor’ degrees are qualifications at level 7. Many of our programmes pathway into further study options either at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic or at other leading national or international tertiary education providers. make sure to choose one you enjoy. most trades and service jobs require certificates at levels 3 or 4. vocational and professional certificate. These may be academic requirements or work experience. Pathway each programme is classified by the new Zealand Qualifications authority (nZQa) at a level from 1 to 10. are good at and possibly want to pursue for a career. often including significant practical experience. New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) graduate certificates are qualifications at level 7 open to students who already hold a recognised degree. Entry requirements English language requirements (unless stated otherwise) Also see page 4 level 1-4 programmes level 5-6 programmes level 7 programmes IELTS 5. reviewing and monitoring education qualifications in new Zealand to meet internationally recognised standards. The higher the level. or you may need to start at a lower level or complete a bridging programme.

in accordance with the provisions of the Act. course work. the agencies who may require the Polytechnic to provide this information include: • ministry of education • tertiary education Commission • new Zealand Qualifications authority • ministry of social Development • studylink • Inland revenue Department • Department of Immigration • Industry training organisations • new Zealand Police • Department of Justice • accident Compensation Corporation • agencies who support particular students through scholarships. and • use such photographs for promotional and marketing purposes including (but not limited to) press advertisements. Code of Practice Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students Bay of Plenty Polytechnic has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International students.boppoly. Within the Polytechnic. USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED Intending students are advised that the information sought on the forms for enrolment is required to enable the Polytechnic to comply with its purposes and functions under the Education Act 1989. brochures. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic may also take appropriate legal action. news items. reserve the right upon reasonable notice to students to: • take photographs of students as part of their studies. whether in print or electronically. The Polytechnic may assert copyright in photos of students and/or their property. The information may.govt. 2.ac. prizes. 6721 or 5507 Fax: + 64 7 544 2386 www. establishing and maintaining the student’s records • Providing tuition. The information will be held by the Polytechnic and used in the following ways: 1.minedu. FAILURE TO SUPPLY INFORMATION students are advised that failure to supply the information requested by the Polytechnic. or the supply of incomplete or false information may result in the Polytechnic declining or cancelling the enrolment. appropriate academic advice and support • Providing student services • maintaining order and discipline. 3.nz . but this does not vest any ownership rights in any student property. be used to advise details of other education/training related services and products. The International Admissions Coordinator Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Private Bag 12001 Tauranga 314 3 New Zealand Phone: + 64 7 571 0190 ext. the Polytechnic’s will review your enrolment. its representatives and employees. make available the personal information it collects from a particular student to that student on request and will make any appropriate corrections to that information to ensure the information held is accurate.nz/NZEducation. published by the Ministry of Education. by including their name. (the Polytechnic must acknowledge the student. FALSE OR MISLEADING INFORMATION If you supply information to the Polytechnic that is found to be misleading or false. Information about particular students may be supplied to the following agencies in the circumstances detailed: • new Zealand Vice Chancellor’s Committee Placement services and the ministry of external relations and Trade where the student concerned is an international student studying at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic and is funded by the Ministry • other educational institutions where the student concerned is transferring his or her records to another institution. use. The Polytechnic will.ac. relevant personal information from a student’s enrolment form will be available to those members of the Polytechnic staff responsible for: • the student’s enrolment at the Polytechnic. 4. update. Copies of the code are available on request from this institution or from the New Zealand Ministry of Education website at www. as the creator of the property in any use of the photographs). and • take photographs of student property created as part of Polytechnic courses and study. billboards. websites. USE OF STUDENT/CAMPUS PHOTOGRAPHY the Polytechnic. the Polytechnic is also required by certain statutes to provide some personal information to some other agencies. or activities on campus. payment of fees and other awards. store. from time to time.nz /go/international international@boppoly. presentations and television. disclose and exchange personal information in accordance with the provisions of the Privacy Act 1993.The Fine Print 36 Your Personal Information and The Privacy Act 1993 (“the Act ”) Bay of Plenty Polytechnic undertakes to collect. HOLDING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION The personal information you supply will be held permanently within Bay of Plenty Polytechnic record system.

ac. Where the programme of study is cancelled by the Polytechnic the full fee shall be refunded/written off. In the event of a student not having paid the fee. a $100 administration charge will apply.2 Up to fourteen (14) calendar days after programme commencement all tuition fees paid less an administration charge of $200 will be refunded. a $50 administration charge will apply.3 Other than in extenuating and exceptional circumstances there will be no refunds for notifications received after fourteen (14) days of programme commencement. all tuition fees paid less an administration charge of $100 will be refunded. 2. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic will only refund/write off fees in the following circumstances: 1. For full-time programmes (twelve (12) weeks or more) where notice of the student’s intention to withdraw is received: 2. death of a student or close family member. 2. Norway.nz for current international fees and withdrawal/refund policy. 5.5 6 7 toeFL paper-based 500 550 600 toeFL iBt 61 79-80 100 m e Withdrawal / refund of fees See www. 2. In the event of a student not having paid a deposit or the full fee the full programme fee will be charged. When you sign the Student Detail and Enrolment Form you are signing a legally binding agreement. Final acceptance/rejection of an application for a refund/write off of fees will be at the discretion of the Director Academic. all tuition fees less an administration charge of $100 will be refunded. RequIReMentS (unLeSS StAteD otHeRwISe): IeLtS Level 1-4 programmes Level 5-6 programmes Level 7 programmes 5.boppoly.1 Seven (7) calendar days or more prior to commencement all tuition fees shall be refunded.2 For employers sending one or more staff members to a short course. Cook Islands. generally in the form of an IELTS or TOEFL. Scores can vary according to the qualification sought. South Africa. In some cases the IELTS or TOEFL requirement may be waived where English was the language of instruction in the last two years of secondary / tertiary studies. Tonga. 4.g English Language Requirements Bay of Plenty Polytechnic teaches in English and students require competence in this language to be admitted to this Polytechnic and to be successful in their studies. 3. no further action will be taken. Please note that applicants who have studied in some countries in which English is the language of instruction may still be required to provide evidence of proficiency in English language and are considered on a case by case basis. Marshall Islands. USA. In the event of a student not having paid a deposit or fee. a $100 administration charge will apply plus where appropriate a charge for consumables and/or costs incurred. 3. If English is not your first language. CHARgeS Bay of Plenty Polytechnic will charge late payment and debt collection charges on all unpaid accounts. .1 Up to programme commencement all tuition fees paid less an administration charge of $50 will be refunded. there will be no refunds for notifications received after fourteen (14) days of programme commencement. you must advise the appropriate Head of School. 3. Canada. evidence of language competency may be required prior to acceptance. Sweden. Singapore. Withdrawals from short courses of less than one (1) week where notification is received: 4. Papua New Guinea. and Vanuatu would usually indicate that English is their first language or that English was the language of previous study.3 Other than in extenuating and exceptional circumstances. Where through exceptional and extenuating circumstances beyond the student’s control they can no longer complete the programme of study. the amount to be refunded/written off shall be determined by the appropriate Head of School but shall not exceed the unconsumed portion of the fee less an administration charge. If you then choose to withdraw or not attend your programme of study. Soloman Islands. a substitute person may be sent up to and including the first day of the course without incurring an additional fee if the original person enrolled can no longer attend. Kiribati. Applicants whose first language is not English are required to provide satisfactory evidence of English language proficiency.3 Other than extenuating circumstances there will be no refund for notifications received less than seven (7) calendar days prior to the short course or after commencement. the full programme fee will be charged. Fiji. Students need to provide evidence of this at the time of application. Samoa. In the event of a student not having paid the fee. Examples of extenuating circumstances include serious illness or disability of the student. Fees will be charged as detailed below.1 Up to programme commencement. Ghana. Not being eligible for a Student Loan is not considered extenuating circumstances. For part-time programmes (including all programmes greater than one (1) week and less than twelve (12) weeks) where notice of the student’s intention to withdraw is received: 3.2 Up to fourteen (14) calendar days after programme commencement. In the event of a student not having paid a deposit or fee. Students with qualifications from countries such as Bahrain. 4. 4. In the event of a student not having paid the fee. $200 will be charged plus where appropriate a charge for consumables and/or costs incurred. In the event of a student not having paid the fee.

In this instance fees will be refunded in full. However.nz every effort was made to ensure the information contained in this prospectus was correct at the time of printing. development of our programmes is ongoing and changes may occur subject to Academic Board approval. .nz.ac. Copies of the Code are available on request from us or from the new Zealand Ministry of education website at http://www.boppoly.govt.minedu. Published days and times are indicative only and may be changed due to timetabling requirements.nz email info@boppoly. Love the journey! Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Private Bag 12001 Tauranga 3143 New Zealand Phone +64 7 571 0190 Fax +64 7 544 2386 website www. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic agrees to observe and is bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students published by the Minister of education.ac.Get global. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course due to insufficient numbers or circumstances beyond its control.

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