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NZIBT @Lincoln University Campus

Graduate Diploma in Business – Level 7

NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE OF
BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

HOSTED BY LINCOLN UNIVERSITY

Josh Neilson Photography

INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTUS

Welcome

NZ Institute of Business & Technology (NZIBT) is a Private Training Establishment based on campus
at Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand. We are proud to be a quality tertiary education
provider.

NZIBT provides international students from around the world with the opportunity to study and work in
one of the best locations in New Zealand, offering you not only one of the most exciting city environ-
ments but also the great outdoors from mountains to the ocean all here in the Canterbury region where
you will live, study, work and play.

At NZIBT we offer a very unique public/private partnership opportunity through our arrangement with
Lincoln University and the Open Polytechnic of New Zealand (OPNZ). Students benefit from these
arrangements by being able to study on campus at Lincoln University where you will be part of a
multi-cultural student community. NZIBT uses learning material from OPNZ which is available to you
via an exciting mixed delivery model in the classroom with our experienced lecturing staff.

NZIBT also offers you the opportunity to pathway through to a Masters qualification at Lincoln Universi-
ty providing a seamless transition for your academic goals when you have completed your study at
NZIBT.

We recognise that coming to New Zealand to achieve your academic goals and dreams is a huge
commitment and a major life event for you and your family. The NZIBT team warmly invite you to join
our culturally diverse and inclusive student community as we support you on your chosen pathway.

John Snook
Chief Executive

CONTENTS

Welcome – Chief Executive NZIBT 02
Welcome – Mayor(s) 03
Introduction to the Region 04
Welcome – Christchurch Educated 05
Welcome – Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce 06
Introduction to the NZIBT Campus 08
Our Mission and Vision 09
Our Philosophy 10
Our Local Advisory Committee 12
Campus Map 14
Our Staff 16
Graduate Diploma in Business (Level 7) 18
Student Testimonials 19
Lincoln University Pathway Masters Agreement 20
Master of Business (Accounting and Finance) 21
Master of Business (Global Management and Marketing) 22
English Language Tuition (General English) 24
General Information

WELCOME FROM THE MAYOR OF CHRISTCHURCH LIANNE DALZIEL AND
MAYOR OF SELWYN DISTRICT SAM BROUGHTON

We would like to extend our warm welcome to the City of Christchurch and the
Selwyn district. International students and the international education sector are an
important part of our region, now and into the future. We are committed to ensuring
we offer students the very best opportunities to live, study and play. We want to
ensure that international students who relocate here, often a long way from home,
are warmly welcomed and supported while they study. They are a valued part of our
community for they bring new energy, ideas and talent.

Christchurch was New Zealand’s oldest city, but is quickly becoming the country’s
newest city. Our rebuild has been marked by creativity and innovation, and we are
committed to making Christchurch a 21st century city – a city of opportunity. The
township of Lincoln is just 20kms out of Christchurch city, located in the Selwyn
District. It has wonderful amenities and offers a great environment for study.

Christchurch has long been known as the gateway to the beautiful South Island, with
its famous lakes, vineyards, spectacular coastlines, world-class ski fields and
national parks. But the Canterbury region is a drawcard in itself, with so much to
offer and so much planned for the future.

Welcome once again and we both wish you all the best with your studies here.

Lianne Dalziel Sam Broughton
MAYOR OF CHRISTCHURCH MAYOR OF SELWYN DISTRICT

Civic Offices, 53 Hereford Street, Christchurch 8011
PO Box 73016, Christchurch 8154
Phone: 03 941 8999
www.ccc.govt.nz

New Zealand Christchurch

New Zealand is a small country, about the size of Great Britain or Japan. It is a
country of beautiful landscapes, mountain chains, volcanoes, beaches, lakes,
fiords and forests.
The first human settlers in New Zealand were the Maori people who arrived about
800 years ago. Settlers from Europe started arriving in New Zealand from about
1800 onwards. The European settlers gave special recognition to Maori as the
indigenous people of New Zealand and this understanding was enshrined in the
Treaty of Waitangi signed by Maori and European representatives in 1840.
The Treaty of Waitangi respects and protects Maori customs and culture. NZ
Institute of Business & Technology acknowledges and
honours the Treaty of Waitangi and respects the cultural needs and protocols of
the Maori people.

Christchurch City

Christchurch City

Christchurch is New Zealand’s second largest city and the gateway to the South Island. Bordered by hills and the Pacific
Ocean, it is situated on the edge of the Canterbury Plains that stretch to the Southern Alps. Located on the east coast of
the South Island Christchurch is a city of contrasts.
It is a place where its residents continue to enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle amidst a natural environment world-renowned
for its beauty. A growing cosmopolitan ambiance also adds a touch of excitement without overt flashiness.
There is nowhere else in the world where within two hours of an international airport you can ski at a world class alpine
resort, play golf, bungy jump, go rafting, mountain biking, hot-air ballooning, wind surfing, whale watching and visit world
class wineries and gardens.

Lincoln Township

Lincoln is a thriving town in the Selwyn District of Canterbury and is a social and predominately student town. Lincoln is
located within 30 minutes drive from Christchurch city centre and public transport via the Metro bus line is readily
available between Lincoln and Christchurch.

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www.christchurcheducated.co.nz

Dear Student

Welcome to Christchurch and Canterbury, one of the most exciting places to be right

now! Christchurch is the second largest and the newest city in New Zealand. It’s a place of
transformation – where change and innovation have been embraced. This has created a strong
economy, a vibrant place to visit and an exceptional place to live. Christchurch is proud to
be the 21st century education destination, by o ering our students quality education, global
employment opportunities and a unique blend of scenery and lifestyle!
Why Christchurch and Canterbury
World Class Education
• With a reputation for providing high quality education, Canterbury is an inspiring

place to study. The region is home to some of New Zealand’s most renowned public
and private schools and tertiary institutions, including Lincoln University the
University of Canterbury and Ara Institute of Canterbury.
Law Ratio of International Students
• Education providers welcome the diversity of international students and visitors,
there are unlimited opportunities to sample the language, culture and way of life.
Job Seeker Support
• We connect New Zealand employers with global talent. The international student
Job Ready Programme includes workshops, one-on-one coaching and internship
opportunities.
International Student Support
• Our International Student City Ambassadors greet students at the airport and
o er peer-to-peer support to ensure that our students feel at home in Canterbury.
They work together to create opportunities for international students to become part
of the Canterbury community. Through cultural activities and volunteering options,
our students have the chance to engage with the locals and widen their
social networks.
NZ Institute of Business and Technology is a Private Training Establishment in the region
and a member of Christchurch Educated. We wish you all the best on your journey to
New Zealand and making a start at NZIBT.
We look forward to welcoming you in Christchurch and Canterbury soon.
Bree Loverich
Programme Manager

Level 3, 101 Cashel Street, Christchurch T: +64 3 379 5575 E: [email protected]

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Introduction

NZIBT is located within the Lincoln University campus grounds an environment that is supportive, inclusive and
rewarding for students and we encourage you to become a part of the ‘Lincoln’ way of life at the campus and
make use of the services available as an NZIBT student.
You can find the NZIBT office on the first floor of the Hudson Building, upstairs from the Student Health and
Support Services Centre entrance to the Hudson Building. We’re in Room 138 and the office hours are 9.00am –
4.30pm Monday – Friday.

library

Catering Service

With 2LIFE Help, you will
enjoy peace of mind in
knowing help is available
in any situation

NZIBT is supported by iQualify Student Liaison
Learning Management System,
Open Polytechnic of New Zealand Burns Wing Room

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Hosted By Lincoln University

Our Mission

NZIBT will cater for international students,
aged 18 years or older, who wish to complete
business, hospitality/tourism and/or technol-
ogy based programmes at Level 4 – Level 8,
that will pathway them into higher level
programmes or into work.

Our Vision

Provide Provide Partner We
quality business, an educational with quality recognise our
hospitality/tourism pathway from L4 – L8 Government owned responsibility to
and technology into credible New public providers for New Zealand’s cultural
Zealand public course content and foundations and
tuition the importance of
Serving tertiary delivery the Treaty of
our students institutions site
by always taking Providing Waitangi
extra care and proven learning
consideration that techniques that Providing Our
marks a quality of allow students to pastoral support to students
service graduate from
learn at ensure our
their optimal students time with us NZIBT
knowing that we
rate is enjoyable performed up to and
and productive
beyond their
expectations

Our Philosophy

NZIBT believes in the personal transformational power of education, its role in creating a productive society and its ability
to make a difference in the quality of life.

Strategy One Strategy Two

Quality Provision Public – Private Partnership

NZIBT seeks to be a quality, NZQA category NZIBT will partner with high quality, NZ Govern-
one, private training provider teaching applied ment owned public providers for programme
vocational programmes of study from Level 4 content and delivery site.
to Level 8 on the NZQF. (unique Public, Private Partnership model)

NZIBT will select staff, students, agents and NZIBT will partner with national organisations
partners that align with its strategy of quality (INZ, NZQA, ENZ) and locally with the CDC,
provision. Chamber of Commerce and the community to
ensure that multiple partnership deliverables
are being achieved.

Strategy Three Strategy Four

Vocational Education Employment Outcomes
(Industry Integration)
NZIBT will employ research active, suitably
NZIBT will use the best of applied vocational qualified and teaching experienced lecturing
education pedagogy including (but not limited staff with national and international credibility.
to) problem based, group project, simulation,
and critical thinking application to maximise NZIBT will explicitly connect the programme of
the employability of each student. study offering to the local, national and global
workforce labour market needs.
NZIBT will safely involve students in workplace (especially NZs long term skill shortage list)
learning, placement, internships and projects,
enhancing the student theory application,
cultural integration and vocational outcomes.

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Hosted By Lincoln University

Local Advisory Committee

John Snook Garry Urlwin

Chief Executive, NZIBT Business Director, Harvey Cameron

John Snook is the Chief Executive and Acting Campus Garry Urlwin is the Business Director for Harvey
Manager at NZIBT. At NZIBT we value every individual for Cameron and has 35 years experience in the market-
the contribution they make to the life of the Institute and ing and advertising industry including; Managing
offer every effort to assist them in reaching their educa- Director of the Christchurch office of global ad
tional goals. We take great pride in the achievement of agency FCB, Managing Partner of Christchurch ad
our students and constantly strive to improve our agencies Urlwin McDonald & Clients and Simpatico
services so that each person can achieve their potential. Advertising, Director Zoom Group Interactive.
The Local Advisory Committee (LAC) plays a vital role in Garrys’ current role includes consumer research,
providing NZIBT governance, management, staff and strategic planning, account direction, business
students with industry focused advice and guidance development and his approach is to work from the
including ensuring that the programmes offered by NZIBT consumer back. Research - don’t assume. Creative
meet industry standards and needs. communications deliver better results.
John has over twenty years of experience working in the Garry has a BA (Psychology) University of Canterbury
tertiary education sector from lecturer through to and his strengths include consumer journey
management and governance roles and brings a wealth research, brand positioning, brand essence frame-
of experience in this field including connections with work and strategic marketing communications.
Education New Zealand, NZ Qualifications Authority, Garry aims to inspire with insight and ideas.
Immigration New Zealand, Canterbury Employers’ Cham-
ber of Commerce and Christchurch Educated.

Sharon Cooke Ross Kumaran

General Manager Training, Lecturer, NZIBT
Airways International Limited
Ross has over 30 years’ experience in industry
Sharon Cooke is the General Manager Training, Airways and academia. Having worked right across the
International Limited and is responsible for Airways’ global hierarchy including in a senior position as Head
training business, including campuses in Christchurch and Office Accountant for a Fortune 500 company,
Palmerston North in New Zealand and Dubai, Beijing and San Ross has the ability to bring real work experi-
Juan. ence into the classroom. Ross also brings into
Sharon’s key focus is to ensure successful training outcomes for the classroom a truly international perspective
customers; to implement the Airways Knowledge Online (AKO) having lived and worked in the United
e-learning strategy; and develop the capabilities and expertise Kingdom, Canada, USA, Russian republics,
of the Training team in order to grow the business through Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand.
innovative products and services. Ross has an ACMA (Glasgow), MBA (Hull),
Sharon is a Fellow, and professional member, of the New MABE (UK), Dip. Adult Teaching, (Canterbury).
Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants and an experienced
senior aviation manager with a strong background in higher 11
education and training.
Sharon has a Master of Business Administration (MBA),
Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University, a Bachelor
of Commerce (B Com), University of Canterbury and Chartered
Accountant (FCA), Fellow of the NZ Institute of Chartered
Accountants and is a professional member of the New Zealand
Institute of Directors.

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Our Staff

Mr John Snook

BPhEd (Hons), MBA (Distinction)

Chief Executive
At NZIBT we value every individual for the contribution they make to the life of the
Institute and offer every effort to assist them in reaching their educational goals. We
take great pride in the achievement of our students and constantly strive to improve our
services so that each person can achieve their potential. We look forward to you joining
us on Campus at Lincoln University. I’m happy to meet with students at any time to
discuss educational or career aspirations.

Ms Fatima Jamal

BE (Integral, Lucknow), MSc (Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen),
PhD Research Scholar (Lincoln)

Pastoral Care Officer
A research scholar at Lincoln University. I have studied and lived for the last five years in
different parts of the world. I understand and appreciate the challenges of being an
International Student. I have developed an empathy towards the new international
students and love to be a part of their experience in this new country, hoping to make
this experience a comfortable and memorable one.

Dr Jingyi Liang

BEng Bioengineering, BEng Computer Science and Technology (Henan
Agricultural University, China), PGDip Applied Science (Lincoln Univer-
sity), PhD (Lincoln University)

Pastoral Care Officer
I have been in New Zealand for more than seven years. My own experience as an
international student in the past allows me to see things from different perspectives. I
understand the challenges and excitements of studying and living in a foreign land. It is
my pleasure to help the new students to adapt to the new environment, and to be a
part of their journey in this beautiful country.

Mr Ross Kumaran

ACMA (Glasgow), MBA (Hull), MABE (UK),
Dip. Adult Teaching, (Canterbury)

Lecturer
Semester 1: 71302 Advanced Management Accounting
Semester 2: 71340 Strategic Management

Ross has over 30 years experience in industry and academia. Having worked right across
the hierarchy including in a senior position as Head Office Accountant for a Fortune 500
company, Ross has the ability to bring real work experience into the classroom. Ross
also brings into the classroom a truly international perspective having lived and worked
in the United Kingdom, Canada, USA, Russian republics, Malaysia, Australia and New
Zealand.

Mr Manish Sharma

B.Tech (Dairy Technology, NDRI Karnal), MBA (Agribusiness, Indian
Institute of Management Lucknow)

Lecturer
Semester 1: 71231 Marketing
Semester 2: 71353 Project Management

A management educator and researcher with business qualifications from premier
institutions in India and an international work experience of over 9 years in industry and
tertiary education.

Navdeep Kaur

B.Com, M.B.A, M. Com, National Cert in Adult Education and Training

Lecturer
Semester 1: 71234 Applied Management
Semester 2: 71338 Managing Change

Navdeep is a management educator and researcher in Business and Management with
special interest and expertise in Corporate Governance, Organisational Decision
making, and Organisational Culture. Navdeep has more than 10 years experience as an
academia, and has taught students from different parts of the world. She is pursuing a
PhD from Lincoln University, and loves to share her experience as a researcher and
educator with her students.

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Hosted By Lincoln University

Graduate Diploma in Business (Level 7)

Code: 3077
Credits: 120

Programme Aim

The Graduate Diploma in Business is designed for people who have an undergraduate degree, from any discipline area,
who want to develop knowledge and skills in business related fields of study.

The programme will give the student applied business education, within a New Zealand context. The programme will
explicitly connect the student to the global business labour market need (especially New Zealand’s long-term skill
shortage and skill migrant categories) in line with NZIBT’s stated strategy.

The programme will be delivered in partnership with high quality, NZ Government owned public providers for course
content and delivery site (unique Public, Private Partnership model) and that will ensure a high quality educational experi-
ence for these international students.

Duration Taught at Intakes 71231 Marketing
71234 Applied Management
1 academic year Lincoln University Campus Available on website 71302 Advanced Management Accounting
71331 Marketing Management
Structure 71338 Managing Change
71340 Strategic Management
To be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Business (Level 7), you 71353 Project Management
must successfully complete six of the following courses. Please
note not all of the courses are offered every intake so please
enquire at the time of application.
Note: All courses are the equivalent of 20 credits.

Fees

Administration Resource Fee Tuition Studentsafe-University Total

$500.00 $3,000.00 $16,000.00 $590.00 $20,090.00

Note: *Studentsafe-University Insurance is NZIBT's preferred supplier and is recommended for applicants

Key features Identify opportunities, solve Select and apply appropriate
problems and achieve business qualitative and/or quantita-
Understand a variety of objectives; tive techniques.
business concepts, processes
and procedures relevant to
public and private organisations;

Entry requirements

• A Bachelor Degree, or Equivalent professional experience
• IELTS academic score of 6.0 with no band less than 5.5 or Equivalent

Articulate a consistent, Demonstrate confidence in Demonstrate independent
coherent body of knowledge conceptualising, designing learning, critical thinking and
which underpins manage- and implementing strategic, an understanding of research
ment, strategy, marketing and marketing and project plans. methodology within their
project management. area of specialisation.

Critically evaluate both their own Programme Outcome Understand a variety of
and others’ strategic, marketing business concepts, processes
and project plans with reference On successful completion of the and procedures relevant to
to current research and within NZIBT Graduate Diploma in contemporary New Zealand
the known and accepted body of Business, you will be able to: business organisations.
knowledge.

Identify opportunities, solve Select and apply appropriate Apply the theory of project
problems and achieve qualitative and/or quantita- management to a wide range
business, project and tive research techniques for of business and management
management objectives. specific business projects. settings.

Employment Opportunities

Graduates will have a better understanding of knowledge and skills used for a business or management role and will be
able to apply those skills and knowledge directly in their intended workplace.

Education Opportunities

It is important that graduates leave the programme with an enthusiasm for business management, marketing and project
management and an ability to continue their own personal development: conducting research, developing and extending
their ideas, technical knowledge and skills. The student will have all of the necessary building blocks and understanding
in order to continue into post-graduate study pathways.

Our Graduate Diploma strands, subject to NZQA approval are the following:

Graduate Diploma in Business (with strands in Project Management, Supply Chain Management, Health Management,
Marketing and Applied Management) (level 7)

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Student Testimonials

Jenny Wu (China)

After completed my English courses in Auckland, I decided to pursue a higher level education
that would help me understand more about my own business and open up more possibilities
in the future. I chose to enrol to NZIBT's Level 7 Business Diploma, not only because this
diploma is internationally recognised, but also because the courses and teaching staffs are
world class. The first day I arrived for orientation, I immediately knew that this was the
perfect place to bunker down and study, staying away from distractions. There is an
atmosphere of higher learning and tranquillity, and the students here are all super friendly.
When I'm in the class, I feel like I'm part of a team, working collaboratively with my co-schol-
ars to achieve our course goals. NZIBT also organise class activities and outings, such as
visiting a nearby ski field or watching movies at the local cinema. Christchurch is a lovely place
to live. The people here are friendly, the rent is cheap, the traffic isn't bad, all shops are
close-by and it's pretty easy to find a part-time job if you want to make a little extra pocket money. I am beyond satisfied with
everything so far, and I would definitely recommend NZIBT to anyone looking for a Business diploma.

Bikramjit Singh (India)

I came to Christchurch to study Diploma in business level 7 at NZIBT hosted on Lincoln Univer-
sity. I am getting world class education under the supervision of very supportive staff
members. They plays a vital role in polishing my intellectual skills and empowering me with
quality education. The first time I arrived here, I was surprised to see the beauty of nature
and the clear atmosphere. Everything is beautiful here that’s why they call it 100% pure New
Zealand. I really enjoy living and studying here. Lincoln University Campus has a good
multicultural environment and the place is well connected to the city centre via bus services.
I stay in city but easily travel to Lincoln 4 to 5 times a week as the transportation service is very
efficient, on-time and easy to use. I like the teaching methods used by our lecturers as they
are varied and flexible. Along with the quality time spent in class during lectures, the students
are encouraged to make the most of the excellent library services provided by Lincoln University which is very useful for
self-study and to do my own research. This is a whole new experience for me and it’s great.

Rajendra Deshar (Nepal)

Before my first class I was very nervous, but our heavily experienced teachers and student
support team created a friendly environment that made me feel like home. The college itself
is situated inside Lincoln University which is another feature for us to evolve with other
international students and their culture as well. When I look multi-cultural people around me
working and living in New Zealand I see it’s not difficult at all to settle around if you choose
the right subject and get qualified job. Your willingness and right attitude towards your skills
will make it possible to find out job of your desire and to sharpen your skill. At NZIBT we take
part in different curricular activities on weekly basis which helps us gaining social confidence
and make new friends. Now I feel so proud of being a NZIBT student I feel you should start
your future career from here as well. Christchurch has all that students would want, from
beautiful mountains to gorgeous sea shore and all the adventurous dreams that you have
seen. So make the right choice be the NZIBT graduates and see your career taking height with its international qualification.



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Lincoln University Master of Business
(Accounting and Finance Level 9)

Qualification Description

Lincoln University's Master of Business in Accounting and Finance is an advanced postgraduate qualification for students
who have completed a Bachelor’s degree.

A graduate of the Master of Business (Accounting and Finance) will gain a perspective on accounting and finance in New
Zealand and international contexts, with references to SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprise), sustainability, agribusiness,
entrepreneurship, innovation and commercialisation. Graduates will also have a clear understanding of key theoretical
accounting and finance concepts and the ability to apply these practically to resolve business problems and develop
successful strategies.

This is a taught Master's programme consisting only of coursework. These courses are completed over 12 months and
there is no thesis requirement.

Duration Taught at Intakes

12 W 3 COMM 601Principles of Managerial Economics
(LincToelncWa, mCaaiphnuotserarbury) COMM 602Principles of Accounting and Finance
18 Semester 1 COMM 603Principles of Business Management
Semester 2 COMM 604Principles of Marketing
Month and November COMM 605Research for Managers
Summer School COMM 606Strategic Business Analysis
ACCT 603Advanced Management Accounting
Structure ACCT 605Contemporary Issues in Financial Accounting
FINC 601Finance Theory and Corporate Policy
Students are required to complete 180 credits of FINC 603Commercial Banking
taught courses from the Schedule of Courses for the FINC 604Finance, Futures and Options
MBus(A&F) over three semesters (12 months of
study).

Pathway Entry Requirements

Graduate Diploma in Business (level 7)
at NZ Institute Of Business & Technology
with at least a B grade average.

Lincoln University - Master of Business
(Global Management and Marketing Level 9)

Qualification Description

Lincoln University's Master of Business (Global Management and Marketing) is an advanced postgraduate qualification
for students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree.

A graduate of the Master of Business (Global Management and Marketing) will gain an international perspective on
management and marketing, be able to write effective business and marketing plans, and have a clear understanding of
key theoretical management and marketing concepts with the ability to apply these to resolve business problems, and to
develop and implement successful strategies.

This is a taught Master's programme consisting only of coursework. These courses are completed over 12 months and
there is no thesis requirement

Duration Taught at Intakes

12 W 3 COMM 601Principles of Managerial Economics
(LincToelncWa, mCaaiphnuotserarbury) COMM 602Principles of Accounting and Finance
18 Semester 1 COMM 603Principles of Business Management
Semester 2 COMM 604Principles of Marketing
Month and November COMM 605Research for Managers
Summer School COMM 606Strategic Business Analysis
BMGT 618Advanced Business Strategy
Structure BMGT 686Managing Programmes of Change
MKTG 608Supply Chain Theory
Students are required to complete 180 credits of MKTG 672Marketing Strategy
taught courses from the Schedule of Courses for the MKTG 681Managing Marketing
MBus(GMM)over three semesters (12 months of
study)

Pathway Entry Requirements

Graduate Diploma in Business (level 7)
at NZ Institute Of Business & Technology
with at least a B grade average.

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English Language Tuition (General English)

Code: 112655
Credits: 100

Introduction

Welcome to NZIBT. We hope that your time of study with us will be enjoyable and that you will soon be communicating
in English very fluently. Try to speak English at all times. Use your native language as little as possible, preferably not at all.
Try to use every opportunity to speak and hear English.

Programme Aim

Our English Language Tuition course aims to provide quality English language tuition to foreign students at four levels.
(CEF - Common European Framework)

Elementary Pre-Intermediate Intermediate Upper Intermediate

(CEF A1-2) (CEFA2-B1) (CEF B1-B2) (CEF B2)

Course Content

The course has been designed by experienced teachers and its purpose is to develop your ability to communicate
effectively in English, through the skills of speaking, reading, writing and listening. The course consists of structured
English study using textbooks and CDs, and development of conversational skills.

Study Period

At English Express you can begin your studies on any Monday throughout the year, for any number of weeks, from 1 to 50
weeks. The longer you study the more your English should improve.

Ability Level

We offer General English tuition at 4 ability levels, from Elementary to Upper Intermediate. Our online assessment test
will place you in the appropriate class level at the time of your enrolment. As your English improves you will be moved to
higher class levels.

Progression

With the help of our professional teachers, modern textbooks and up-to-date language teaching methods you can make
quick progress with your English. Your lessons will be lively and interesting, and will cover grammar, vocabulary, reading,
and writing, listening & speaking. Regular testing ensures that you are learning and making progress with your English. On
the final day of your course you will be awarded a certificate, certifying the level of English you have achieved, and a
graduation report.

Course Outcome

Students achieve a working knowledge of English, both written and oral, at one of the four ability levels - Elementary,
Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate.

Entry Requirement

Students are required to achieve a minimum of 8 correct answers in our entry assessment test to be accepted.

Delivery method

Communicative teaching method is involving direct teaching/student contact in classroom setting.

Assessment Method

Initial entry assessment test for class level placement, weekly assessment, including formal and informal testing of
material taught.

Course Extensions

You may extend your course of study at English Express for any number of weeks, providing there are vacancies in the
school. Our administrator would be happy to advise you and assist you with course and visa extensions.

Fees

Items New Zealand Dollars (Incl. GST)

Administration Fee $500.00
Resource Fee $100.00
$240.00 / week
Tuition Fee (20 Hours) $400.00 / week
Tuition Fee (28 Hours)

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Code of Practice

To ensure that international students are well informed, safe and properly cared for, the New Zealand Government has
developed a Code of Practice for Pastoral Care for International Students (The Code). NIZBT is a signatory to The Code,
which provides a framework for a high standard of service. Copies of The Code are available on request or can be down-
loaded from the NZQA webpage:
http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/studying-in-new-zealand/coming-to-study-in-new-zealand/international-student-care/.
Please refer to your Student Handbook, available via our website, for further information on the Code of Practice

Medical and Travel Insurance

All international students must have appropriate and current medical and travel insurance for the duration of their
planned period of study at NZIBT. NZIBT can offer insurance cover through Lincoln University’s preferred insurance plan
Studentsafe-University. It is recommended you take up this option as having the Studentsafe-University insurance cover
means that you will be eligible to use the Lincoln University Health Centre services on campus. We can organise the
Studentsafe-University insurance for you, please select this option when completing the Student Application Form and
we will add the cost of the insurance to your invoice. The benefits of Studentsafe-University include:

• Free Health Care from the Doctor, the Nurses, or the Counselling staff at the Student Health and Support
on-campus at Lincoln University for matters coming under the scope of the insurance;

• No application forms. The premium will be added to your invoice. Students are automatically insured for up
to 31 days prior to the programme start date (including insurance for travel from your home country). The
insurance premium is $590.00* (NZ dollars) for 12 months’ cover. *(Price is effective from 1 January 2016 and
insurance premiums are subject to occasional market fluctuations). If you would like to discuss Family Insurance
Policies (via Student-safe-University) please contact NZIBT at [email protected] If you decide to organise your
own medical and travel insurance cover please send a copy of the insurance policy (in English) to [email protected]
zibt.ac.nz no later than two weeks prior to commencing your study. Please be aware that you will not be eligible
for the health services offered at Lincoln University. Your policy must include the guidelines in the Code of
Practice for International Students
http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/studying-in-new-zealand/tertiary-education/

Accident Insurance

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

Eligibility for Health Services Lincoln Town

Most international students are not entitled to publicly
funded health services while in New Zealand. If you receive
medical treatment during your visit, you may be liable for the
full costs of that treatment. Full details on entitlements to
publicly funded health services are available through the
Ministry of Health and can be viewed on their website at
www.moh.govt.nz.

Immigration Requirements

Students must meet all the requirements of Immigration New
Zealand (INZ) to study in New Zealand. Full details of the
requirements can be viewed at www.immigration.govt.nz.

Withdrawals, Refunds, Student Fee Protection and Indemnification

Students who do not complete their enrolment at NZIBT must apply in writing to the Campus Manager of NZIBT within
the first ten (10) working days of the programme for a refund of their prepaid tuition fees (less a deduction of 25% of costs
already incurred). No refunds are provided after the tenth working day of the programme.
International students wishing to withdraw from a programme after ten working days must apply in writing to the Campus
Manager. There is no fee refund in this case. NZIBT is obliged to notify Immigration NZ of the withdrawal. If a visa renewal
is rejected by INZ after the programme has started there will be no refund.
If a visa is cancelled for breach of visa conditions at any time during the duration of the programme there will be no
refund.
The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) requires that a Private Training Establishment (PTE) such as NZIBT has
an arrangement in place to protect student fees in the event of a programme closure. NZIBT’s Trust Account protects
students’ fees should a programme close. Programme closure events are outside of a student’s control, such as a cancella-
tion of a programme, the withdrawal of either accreditation or programme approval by NZQA.

Conditions of Refund

NZIBT’s refund policy and the availability of complaints and appeals processes does not remove the right of the student
to take action under New Zealand’s consumer affairs laws.
In the situation of a programme closure or cancellation, the student will receive a full refund. Refunds will be paid in New
Zealand dollars directly into a nominated overseas bank account or sent by cheque to your overseas address.
The refund will be paid within the four weeks after receiving your written claim or within two weeks of NZIBT being
unable to meet contract obligations with you.
NZIBT adheres to Section 236A of the Education Act 1989 and subsequent amendments. It has an approved Trust
Account for Student Fee protection and Student Fee Indemnification (the remaining portion of a student’s fee at any
point of the programme). The Trust Account is sufficient to cover the full amount of student fees and is administered by
The Public Trust.

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Contact us

NZ Institute of Business & Technology (NZIBT)
International Admissions Office
Room HUD138, Hudson Building
Lincoln University Campus
PO Box 85055
Lincoln University
Christchurch 7647
New Zealand
Phone: 0800 4 NZIBT or 0800 4 69428
Email: [email protected] (General Enquiry)
Email: [email protected] (Applications)
www.nzibt.ac.nz

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Disclaimer - The information in this prospectus describes the programmes we intend to offer in 2018 and
2019. Programmes and details may change. Some programmes are dependent on formal approval or the
number of enrolments. Please check the relevant website or contact us for the lastest information.


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