National Technology Institute (NTI) is a tertiary college under the umbrella organisation National Tertiary Education Consortium (Ntec), and is registered and accredited by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. NTI offers courses in IT and Hospitality management, NTI's main campus is in the Auckland CBD, and NTI also has campuses in Christchurch, Tauranga, and Hastings. Each campus is located in the city centre and has easy access to public transport, libraries, shopping centres and food outlets. The school has a reputation for being friendly, caring and welcoming, and has a multi-cultural staff with wide experience in education for international students. Ntec delivers high-quality and industry-relevant programmes,as well as providing soft-skills training, to prepare its students for their careers and their future. Students achieve excellent rates of programme completion and successful employment outcomes. Outside their studies, there are many opportunities for students to socialise and become more familiar with the New Zealand way of life. Ntec aims to empower students and improve their lives, and those of their families and their communities through providing education and training that will help them build skills relevant for employment and enterprise. Dealing with a diverse group of students from around the world is a group of highly-qualified and dedicated multinational staff. Ntec’s programmes prepare students for careers in computing, hospitality, business, accounting, health services, counselling and adult education.
If you want to study towards a Bachelor Degree (excluding teaching degrees), Certificate of Proficiency, Undergraduate Certificate or Diploma, or Graduate Certificate or Diploma you must have one of the following: • IELTS Academic with an average score of 6.0, with a minimum of 5.5 in reading, writing, listening and speaking
Students must be 18 at the start of the course. • International students must hold a secondary school completion certificate equivalent to 12 years of schooling in New Zealand and must meet the academic and any additional requirements for their chosen course.
Homestays Homestays are a great way to learn about New Zealand culture and improve your English. Your family will provide you with a single bedroom, meals and clean bed linen and towels. Living with a new family for the first time can be challenging for students and host families. A student homestay bedroom includes basic furniture such as a bed, study table, chair, wardrobe and/or cupboard. Students are entitled to uninterrupted study time in their bedroom. Flatting (renting) by yourself Flatting is a popular way that students in New Zealand live, where students share an apartment or house (‘flat’) and household expenses. Flatting is usually cheaper than living in student accommodation or hostels, although flatting has other challenges. Flatting may be a good option for second year students, older students, and those who are familiar with living in New Zealand. Hostels and other accommodation New Zealand has many independently run hostels and other student accommodation. Hostels provide your own bedroom but generally you have to share a bathroom.
There are numerous scholarships .Please refer website for detail qualifications required. Baccalauréat with: • Marks 12 and 13,99 7 scholarships of NZ$ 1,000 • Marks 14 and 15,99 5 scholarships of NZ$ 3,000 • Marks of 16 or up 3 scholarships of NZ$ 5,000