Accounting - PGDip
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What Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology says about their program:
"This qualification allows you to add a specialisation in accounting to further your career.
You will use your existing graduate skills or extensive experience to start your business study at the equivalent level to the final year of a business degree.
The Graduate Diploma in Accounting is a great option if you are seeking promotion in your existing employment, wish to widen your skill and knowledge base and keep ahead in the knowledge game or if you are considering a career change, including self-employment.
Note: All KIS information is the most recent available relating to domestic students only. Learn more about Key Information for Students"
Applications are welcome any time. Once you have found your program of interest, please see below the miniumum requirements to apply.
Certificates TOEFL 60 / IELTS 6.0 (no band below 5.5) UG - TOEFL 60 / IELTS 6.0 (no band below 5.5) PG - TOEFL 79 / IELTS 6.5 (no band below 6.0)
A few programs require a higher English proficiency.
5-7 years 1 to 3 IELTS 6.0 levels 3 or 4 UG certificates 5.5 or 5
A minimum of 42 credits at Level 3 or higher on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF), including at least 14 credits at NCEA Level 3 (or equivalent) in each of two subjects, of which at least one relates to English; and at least one is from the subject list below; with a further 14 credits at Level 3 or higher taken from no more than two additional domains on the NZQF.
Painting (Visual Art), Design (Visual Art), Photography (Visual Art), Sculpture (Visual Art), Printmaking (Visual Art), Graphics (Technology),Design (Technology), Textiles (Technology), Media Studies, Drama, Materials Technology, Digital Technology, English, History, Social Sciences, Art History.
Successful completion of a recognised art/media foundation programme or equivalent, for example the New Zealand Certificate in Arts and Design (Level 4)
Applicants over the age of 20: No academic qualifications are required.
Other requirements: An initial discussion with the Head of Department or delegate is required to assess applicants’ individual motivation, commitment, and suitability for the program.
In exceptional circumstances if you do not meet the full entry requirements you may be granted admission to the program on the approval of the Head of Department or delegate if they are confident of your ability to successfully undertake the degree with a reasonable likelihood of success.
Portfolios should be an arts and design portfolio or equivalent personal portfolio. The portfolio may include a selection of the following:
- Sketchbooks or workbooks showing the development of ideas
- Arts or design works, including both process works and finished works
- Photographs or slides or recordings relevant to the program
- Photographic or digital records of any of the above
Portfolios will be examined for evidence of your potential to further develop the following attributes:
- Technical skills in arts and/or design
- Design processes and/or concept development
You must have:
- An undergraduate degree from a New Zealand tertiary institution accredited to offer qualifications at this level; or
- An undergraduate degree from an overseas tertiary institution, deemed by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority to be of equivalent standing; or
- Equivalent practical, professional or educational experience
- English language requirements
You must have a level of English sufficient to be able to study at this level. If your first language is not English, you must have an international English Language Testing System (IELTS) overall academic score of at least 6.5 (with at least 6.0 in each band) issued within the last two years or equivalent.
In exceptional circumstances, if you do not meet the academic requirements, you may be granted entry to the program. You must supply evidence to satisfy the Academic Committee of their ability to succeed on the program.
Different term starts per program on the following months: February, May, July, September, December.
Fees and funding
Scholarships are a great way to help reduce your study costs. Every year Nelson Marlborough award $100,000 to students.
Only for English Pathway Program (16 weeks) - if student intends to enter a bachelor's program, full tuition is covered by NMIT. If students are going for a Graduate Diploma, 50% tuition is covered by NMIT.
Scholarship for bachelor's programs and NZ Diploma in Civil Engineering - NZ$3,000 scholarship.
Visa requirements for Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
Many international students will require a visa to study in New Zealand, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.New Zealand student visa requirements