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University of Auckland UNITEC Institute of Technology University of Canterbury Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

www.auckland.ac.nz
Founded in 1883, Auckland is the country’s largest university with over 40,000 students, nearly 10,000 of whom graduate annually. The University of Auckland was formally opened on 23 May 1883 as Auckland University College, part of the University of New Zealand. A disused courthouse and jail served as premises for the 95 students and four teaching staff.

 

Course 

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) 

Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) 

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BE(Hons)) in Biomedical Engineering 

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BE(Hons)) in Chemical and Materials Engineering 

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BE(Hons)) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering 

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BE(Hons)) in Mechanical Engineering 

Master of Engineering 

Master of Engineering Management 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Chemical and Materials Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Civil Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Engineering Science 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Environmental Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Food Process Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Mechanical Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Mechatronics Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Medical Devices and Technologies 

Master of Engineering Studies (MEngSt) in Transportation Engineering 

Master of Science (MSc) in Wine Science 

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Commerce 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Accounting 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Finance 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Innovation and Entrepreneurship 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Management 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) in Marketing 

Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) in Accounting 

Master of Commerce (MCom) in Accounting 

Master of Commerce (MCom) in Finance 

Master of Commerce (MCom) in Marketing 

Master of Commerce (MCom) in Operations and Supply Chain Management 

Master of International Business (MIntBus) 

Master of Marketing 

Master of Management (MMgt) 

Master of Professional Accounting 

Master of Social and Community Leadership 

www.unitec.ac.uz
Unitec is New Zealand’s largest institute of technology, with more than 20,000 students studying over 150 work-oriented programmes. We offer leading employment-focused education at our two campuses in Mt. Albert, and Waitākere.

 

Course 

Bachelor of Applied Technology - Automotive Engineering 

Bachelor of Applied Technology - Electro Technology 

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil) 

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) 

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering 

Master of Applied Practice (Technological Futures) 

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Electrical) 

Graduate Diploma in Construction Project Management 

Master of Architecture 

Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) 

Bachelor of Business (Finance) 

Bachelor of Business (Management) 

Bachelor of Business (Marketing) 

Graduate Diploma in Business (Human Resource Management) 

Graduate Diploma in Business (Marketing) 

Graduate Diploma in Business (Operations Management) 

Graduate Diploma in Event Communication 

Graduate Diploma in Professional Accountancy 

Master of Applied Practice (Professional Accounting) 

New Zealand Diploma in Business – Accounting 

New Zealand Diploma in Business - Management 

Postgraduate Diploma in Business 

Bachelor of Computing Systems 

Graduate Diploma in Computing 

Master of Computing 

Postgraduate Diploma in Computing 

Graduate Diploma in Creative Practice 

Master of Design 

http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/
Established in 1873, Canterbury College, as the University was originally known, was only the second university in New Zealand. Housed in graceful stone buildings on a central city block, it was dependent for survival on rents from high country farms with which it had been endowed by the Canterbury Provincial Council.

 

Course 

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Civil Engineering 

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Mechatronics Engineering 

Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Mechanical Engineering 

Diploma in Global Humanitarian Engineering 

Master of Engineering in Chemical and Process Engineering 

Master of Engineering in Chemical and Process Engineering 

Master of Engineering in Management 

Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies in Civil Engineering 

Master of Engineering Studies in Mechanical Engineering 

Postgraduate Diploma in Water Resource Management 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) majoring in Business Economics 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) majoring in Economics 

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Economics 

Graduate Diploma in Commerce – Economics 

Graduate Diploma in Commerce - Economics 

Master of Applied Finance and Economics 

Master of Commerce in Economics 

Master of Social Work (Applied) 

Master of Science in Economics 

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biochemistry 

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biotechnology 

Graduate Diploma in Science (Biochemistry) 

Graduate Diploma in Science (Economics) 

Graduate Diploma in Science (Finance) 

Master of Arts in Mathematics 

Master of Science in Biochemistry 

Master of Science in Biological Sciences 

Master of Science in Biotechnology 

Master of Science in Chemistry 

Postgraduate Diploma in Science (Economics) 

Postgraduate Diploma in Science 

Postgraduate Diploma in Science (Biotechnology) 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) majoring in International Business 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) majoring in Human Resource Management 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) majoring in Information Systems 

Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) majoring in Management 

Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in Accounting 

Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in Information Systems 

Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (GradDipBA) 

Graduate Diploma in Commerce – Accounting 

Graduate Diploma in Commerce – Economics 

Graduate Diploma in Commerce - Information Systems 

Graduate Diploma in Commerce – Management 

Master of Applied Finance and Economics 

Master of Commerce in Accounting 

Master of Business Management 

Master of Commerce in Management 

Master of Commerce in Finance 

Master of Professional Accounting 

Postgraduate Diploma in Business 

Postgraduate Diploma in Science (Finance) 

Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) in Public Health 

Graduate Diploma in Science (Psychology) 

Master of Health Sciences Professional Practice 

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Sciences 

Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology 

Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology 

www.nmit.ac.nz
Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology is a high quality Government owned tertiary education provider which is based at the top of the South Island in New Zealand. For over 100 years, Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology has been providing high quality tertiary education for students just like you. Our internationally talented staffs are entirely dedicated to giving you the real world skills and a recognised qualification to embark on the career you deserve. The Nelson Technical School (the forerunner of NMIT) was set up in 1904 and the building was designed by Stead Ellis, a trained architect and secretary to the Nelson Education Board. The doors opened in 1905, initially offering classes in cookery, engineering, woodwork, commerce, craft, secretarial and plumbing.