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EIT - Graduate Diploma in Viticulture 2018

Graduate Diploma in Viticulture 2018 for International Applicants

Keywords: Graduate Diploma,Viticulture,International Applicants,2018

VGIRTAICDUULATUTERDE I2P0L1O8MA IN Napier Campus

Information for International applicants

This programme allows students with an undergraduate degree to
fast-track into a viticulture specialisation. It emphasises the specific
and technical aspects of grapegrowing.

The programme is designed for people to pursue careers as
viticulturists, vineyard contractors, owner/operators of vineyards
and wineries, technical consultants, in grower liaison positions,
and as researchers. Its aim is to provide students with an excellent
technical understanding of viticulture through provision of a relevant
and coherent body of grapegrowing and viticulture knowledge and
practice, and industry-relevant skills.

SCHOLARSHIP S

There is a scholarship available for this programme. This scholarship
provides a small contribution to assist students realise their goal of
studying in New Zealand.

All International students who accept an offer of place for this
programme will receive the scholarship. Please contact us for more
information: [email protected]

FACILITIES STUDENT PROFILE

Facilities include a purpose-built modern teaching and research GurvinderPal Singh | India
winery, sensory laboratory, vineyard, and glasshouse.
“EIT is a very good place for a person who wants to
One of New Zealand’s largest wine regions is at our doorstep. The reach their dreams. The staff members are very helpful.
Hawke’s Bay wine industry is extremely supportive of EIT and The campus and facilities at EIT are very good and the
provides many opportunities for field trips and practical experience in course is unique.”
vineyards and wineries.

CAREER OUTCOMES

Diverse and growing job opportunities exist in this dynamic, global

industry in New Zealand and beyond.

• Viticulturists • Technical Consultants Qualification Graduate Diploma in Oenology

• Vineyard Contractors • In Grower Liaison Positions

• Owner/Operators • Researchers Programme level Level 7

Length One year

CAREER OUTLOOK Start dates 19 February
Fees NZ$ 24,400
$$

$46,564 $49,128 6.0 (academic) with no band score lower than 5.5
IELTS requirements or equivalent.
Median earnings two year Median earnings five years
after study after study Total credits 120 credits
Class times
Job opportunities Employment rate two years Study hours Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and
after study 5.00pm Monday - Friday. Approximately four
AVERAGE classroom hours per course per week
86%
POOR GOOD Approximately 2 hours for each classroom hour
Employment rate two years
after study

Source: https://www.careers.govt.nz/qualifications/view/HB3975/6007 Location Napier Campus

STUDY PLAN
DELIVERY SCHEDULE FOR 1 YEAR (PRE-REQUISITES AND CO-REQUISITES ARE NOT SHOWN) (120 CREDITS)

SEM 1 VIT7.10 VITICULTURE WSC5.06 WORK VIT7.09 VINE HEALTH BIO5.01 BOTANY PSC5.03 SOIL SCIENCE
SCIENCE AND EXPERIENCE (GRAD
PRACTICE DIPLOMA) (0 CREDITS)
(30 CREDITS)

YEAR 1

SEM 2 VIT7.07 VINEYARD VIT7.01 VINE PSC7.01 SOIL
ESTABLISHMENT PHYSIOLOGY MANAGEMENT

WORK EXPERIENCE COURSE LIST

Students have several opportunities for work experience as part of Please note, pre-requisites will apply to some courses.
the programme. The WSC5.06 Work Experience course provides an
opportunity to gain practical experience over a 10 day period at a COURSE CREDITS
commercial winery.
BIO5.01 Botany 15
ENTRY CRITERIA WSC5.06 Work Experience (Graduate Diploma) 0
PSC5.03 Soil Science 15
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS VIT7.09 Vine Health 15
Applicants must demonstrate successful completion of an undergraduate VIT7.07 Vineyard Establishment 15
degree, preferably in science. VIT7.10 Viticulture Science and Practice 30
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS PSC7.01 Soil Management 15
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English VIT7.01 Vine Physiology 15
language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways,
including successful study in English, approved scores on TOEFL or ACADEMIC STAFF
IELTS (6.0 Academic) with no band score lower than 5.5 or equivalent. or
equivalent, or completion of an EIT Hawke’s Bay assessment (ELPT). NAME POSITION
Dr Cryn Russell BTech (Hons) Biotech, PhD, Grad Cert Tertiary Education
FIND OUT MORE: Rod Chittenden BSc, Teachers Cert, Dip Tchg, Dip Vit&Oen, MSc
[email protected] Rachel Croft BAppSci (Wine Sci), BAppSci (Rec & Tourism)
www.international.eit.ac.nz Tim Creagh Dip Wine Sci, B App Sci (Viticulture), Dip Marketing
Chey Dearing BMLS, MSc (Chemistry), PhD
CONNECT WITH US: Dr Stewart Field BAppSci, BAppSci (Hons), MAppSci, PhD
Sian Forlong-Ford BSc (Hons), Dip Tch – Tertiary
Dr Petra King MHortSci, DPhil
Shaun La Franco BTech (Food Sci), GradDipOen
Dr Amelia McQueen BSc, MSc, PhD
Elise Montgomery BHortSci, GradDipOen
David Moore BSc (Hons), MSc, Cert Tert Teaching, Grad Dip Wine


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