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EIT New Zealand Diploma in Business 2018 for International Applicants

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EIT - New Zealand Diploma in Business 2018

EIT New Zealand Diploma in Business 2018 for International Applicants

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Information for International applicants

The New Zealand Diploma in Business offers you stimulating STUDENT PROFILE
studies and provides a pathway to a career in many aspects of
accounting, marketing and management. It can also be used as a Maria Dos Santos | Timor-Leste
pathway to further study, contributing to the first year of study
in the Bachelor of Business Studies at EIT. You’ll choose from two At EIT I have had the opportunity to meet new friends from
majors / strands: Accounting and Leadership & Management. diverse cultures with whom I learn and share different ideas
and ways of thinking. I am very pleased to gain knowledge and
In particular, the programme is designed to: skills from EIT, as well as experience new things here in the
Hawke’s Bay.”
• Develop a broad range of generic business skills, principles and
practices. Qualification New Zealand Diploma in Business
Programme level Level 5
• Develop an organised approach to problem solving. Length One year
Start dates 19 February, 23 July
• Develop well organised communication and interpersonal skills. Fees NZ$ 18,300

• Develop self direction and independent working practices.

• Develop a recognition of the ethical dimensions inherent in
decision making.

Graduates of the Accounting strand will have the skills and
knowledge to be employed in a variety of business entities in
accounting roles such as:
• Finance administrator
• Inventory controller
• Accounts receivable / payable officer
Graduates may also be able to contribute to community groups in
volunteer accounting functions.

Graduates of the Leadership and Management strand will have
the skills and knowledge to work as a manager/leader in roles at
an operational level within New Zealand business entities.


$ $ $ 6.0 (academic) with no band score lower than 5.5
IELTS requirements or equivalent.
$31,342 $35,520 $42,088

Median earnings one year Median earnings two years Median earnings five years
after study after study after study

Total credits 120 credits

Job opportunities 46% Class times Seven hours of class time per week scheduled
8.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday.
AVERAGE Employment rate two years
after study
POOR GOOD Study hours Eight to ten hours per week for each course.
44% Location Napier and Gisborne

Graduates in further study one
year after completion



General business areas such as: Students take four 15 credit courses per semester, or equivalent.
• Business Law
• Management of Change ACCOUNTING STRAND
• Communications
• Business Environment and Economics LEVEL 5 COURSE CREDITS
• Accounting, Operations
• Management BU5.01 Organisations in a New Zealand Context 15
• Project Management
• Leadership BU5.02 Business Functions 15
• Marketing and Sales
BU5.03 Business Environment 15
BU5.04 Understanding Change 15
Graduates may progress to:
• Business qualifications at degree level. Enter directly into year two of AC5.01 Introduction to Accounting and Taxation 15

EIT’s Bachelor of Business Studies. AC5.02 Applied Accounting 15
• Relevant industry or professional qualifications at Level 6 or above.
AC5.03 Analysis of Financial Information 15
AC5.04 Budgets for Planning and Control 15
The campus is a pleasant environment for study with a range of general
purposegeneral-purpose rooms and lecture theatres all with data LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT STRAND
projector equipment. There are nine networked computer laboratories
with 24 student stations in each. LEVEL 5 COURSE CREDITS
The library provides plentiful computer work stations with seven day
access for students, group meeting rooms and the wide range of BU5.01 Organisations in a New Zealand Context 15
academic resources.
BU5.02 Business Functions 15
BU5.03 Business Environment 15
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English BU5.04 Understanding Change 15
Language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways,
including successful study in English, approved scores on TOEFL or IELTS LM5.01 Operational Management and Compliance 15
(6.0 Academic) tests, completion of accepted international equivalents, or
completion of an EIT assessment. LM5.02 Business Planning and Team Engagement 15

LM5.03 Leadership 15

LM5.04 Managing Projects 15

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