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Eastern Institute of Technology

New Zealand
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Eastern Institute of Technology

New Zealand
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Eastern Institute of Technology

New Zealand
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Eastern Institute of Technology

New Zealand
Overview

Overview

Ranked in the top two institutes of technology nationwide, the Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) provides a variety of different vocational and intellectual degrees at sites all over New Zealand.

Students are taught by experienced teachers that are experts in their fields, and given professional guidance by industry specialists who are there to make sure that they can leave EIT feeling ready for the world of work. With a favourable student-lecturer ratio, students will get a lot of one-to-one support from the EIT staff, too.

The institution has over 130 different courses on offer across three campuses and six Regional Learning Centres around New Zealand. The Hawke’s Bay campus is based in a stunning location on the coast of New Zealand’s North Island, EIT Auckland is based at the centre of New Zealand’s largest city and the third campus can be found in the picturesque city of Gisborne.

With lots of modern facilities and state-of-the-art technology, students will get vital experience and leave EIT one step ahead of their competitors when searching for jobs. The institution has industry links all over the country, which the students are encouraged to make use of.

EIT aims to make education accessible for all, and provides a wide range of scholarships in evidence of this. There is a vast range of support services on offer for international students, including financial support, career advice, study guidance and exam tips, so students will feel that they always have someone to turn to in times of need.

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Overview

Overview

Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) is an Institute of Technology/ Polytechnic (ITP) and was established in 1975. EIT has the distinction of being considered as an exemplar for tertiary education providers in New Zealand, by both the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and Ministry of Education NZ (MOE). EIT is currently a category one institution having achieved highly confident ratings for both self- assessment and educational performance in its previous New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) External Evaluation and Review (EER).

It is a highly respected provider of applied vocational and professional education, with over 10,000 students in 2018, including 1,250 international students from 47 different countries.

EIT has an academic programme portfolio of 138 programmes and qualifications. It offers programmes at certificate, diploma, bachelor’s, graduate diploma, postgraduate diploma and master’s degree levels. EIT’s portfolio of academic programmes has been developed in response to industry needs within its communities, New Zealand and globally. EIT are committed to delivering applied learning and preparing students for real jobs.

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Overview

Overview

Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) is an Institute of Technology/ Polytechnic (ITP) and was established in 1974. EIT has the distinction of being considered as an exemplar for tertiary education providers in New Zealand, by both the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and Ministry of Education NZ (MOE). EIT is a category one institution having achieved highly confident ratings for both self- assessment and educational performance in the institution's previous New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) External Evaluation and Review (EER).

EIT is a highly respected provider of applied vocational and professional education, with over 10,500 students in 2019, including 1,450 international students from 45 different countries.

EIT's portfolio of academic programmes have been developed in response to industry needs both nationally and globally. EIT is committed to delivering applied learning with a focus on preparing students for real jobs.

EIT has an academic programme portfolio of 158 programmes and qualifications. The institution offers programmes at master's degree, postgraduate diploma, bachelor's degree, graduate diploma, diploma and certificate level.

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Overview

Overview

Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) is an Institute of Technology/Polytechnic (ITP) and was established in 1974. EIT has the distinction of being considered as an exemplar for tertiary education providers in New Zealand, by both the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and Ministry of Education NZ (MOE). EIT is a category one institution having achieved highly confident ratings for both self-assessment and educational performance in the institution's previous New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) External Evaluation and Review (EER).

EIT is a highly respected provider of applied vocational and professional education, with over 10,000 students in 2020.

EIT's portfolio of academic programmes have been developed in response to industry needs both nationally and globally. EIT is committed to delivering applied learning with a focus on preparing students for real jobs.

EIT has an academic programme portfolio of 186 programmes. The institution offers programmes at master's degree, postgraduate diploma, bachelor's degree, graduate diploma, diploma and certificate level.

The institute also has an exciting range of postgraduate programmes, many of which provide students with the option to study online from wherever they are or on campus when they are able to travel to New Zealand. Designed with an industry focus, EIT's cutting-edge programmes are taught by lecturers who are experts in their field.

In business, computing, health science and wine business, EIT offers a suite of programmes at Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and Master's Degree levels. These programmes offer the flexibility of online study to help students to stay inspired, motivated and up-to-date with industry trends.

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What’s new

What’s new

Eastern Institute of Technology’s student Lydia Hartshorne, 27, was one of the 30 recipients of the Prime Minister’s scholarship to the value of almost NZD 10,000.

Lydia will conduct an eight-week internship with The Business Bureau based in Beunos Airies. She will develop the marketing strategy for The Business Bureau’s client Watcha.live, a platform that integrally combines TV, internet, and technology, thereby converting devices into TV.

She said the work placement would be an “adventure”, and that the prospect of going to South America was an exciting one.

“It was the first scholarship that I ever applied for, so I had no idea what to expect”.

“The scholarship was either for Asia or Latin America and the reason why I chose Latin America, and Argentina specifically, is because it’s so similar to New Zealand. So the likes of the wine and beef industry, both southern hemisphere also rugby is quite prominent in both countries so that was all really appealing to me.”

Lydia said one of her Marketing lecturers Regan Cotter first persuaded her to sign up for the scholarship.

“This is a life changing moment for Lydia and will be the launching pad for a very promising career in business. This opportunity is a reflection of the hard work and dedication Lydia has placed into her Diploma of Wine Marketing and Bachelor of Business at EIT,” said Regan Cotter.

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What’s new

What’s new

Eastern Institute of Technology’s academic programme development aligns closely with regional and global industry needs. EIT also develops programmes which give opportunities for students, with different academic profiles, to pathway into the level of study they intend to pursue. Programmes which the Eastern Institute of Technology is introducing in 2020 are:

  • Bachelor Viticulture and Wine Science
  • Bachelor Veterinary Nursing
  • Postgraduate Diploma and Masters in Digital Business
  • Postgraduate Diploma and Masters in Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science with a pathway for Registered Nurses in New Zealand

These courses will be delivered by faculty who are industry experienced professionals and in smaller classes, ensuring that students will receive personal attention.

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What's new

What's new

Eastern Institute of Technology's academic programme development aligns closely with regional and global industry needs. EIT also develops programmes which give opportunities for students, with different academic profiles, to progress into the level of study they intend to pursue. EIT has introduced the following programmes in 2020:

These courses are delivered by faculty who are industry experienced professionals and in smaller classes, ensuring that students receive personal attention.

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What's new

What's new

Eastern Institute of Technology's academic programme development aligns closely with regional and global industry needs. EIT also develops programmes which give opportunities for students with different academic profiles to progress into the level of study they intend to pursue. EIT has introduced the following programmes which can be studied fully online in 2022 or on campus in New Zealand when the borders reopen:

  • Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and Master of Wine Business and Innovation (180 and 240 credit options)
  • Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and Master of Applied Management (180 and 240 credits)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Business Analytics
  • Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and Master of Digital Business (180 and 240 credit options)
  • Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (180 and 240 credit options)
  • Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and Master of Information Technology (180 and 240 credits)
  • Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and Master of Health Science

These courses are delivered by faculty who are industry experienced professionals and in smaller classes, ensuring that students receive personal attention.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Eastern Institute of Technology lecturers have the latest knowledge and research in their field of expertise and are able to attract all-important research grants.

For students, it means highly qualified academics who have the most up-to-date learning available.

EIT is rated as one of the top two institutes of technology and polytechnics in New Zealand for research excellence by the Tertiary Education Commission. This helps EIT secure funding through the Government’s performance-based research fund. Government funding helps EIT continue to play a leading role in research in New Zealand.

The Institute’s lecturers are in demand to work closely on research projects with universities, polytechnics, businesses and organisations at regional, national and international levels. They pass on their knowledge to the students via their teaching.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

EIT lecturers and teachers are highly qualified, many have PhDs and are research active. It is often stated that academic teaching is underpinned by research. EIT has been rated as one of the top institutes of technology in New Zealand for research excellence by the Tertiary Education Commission and has achieved world class research rankings.

Many of EIT’s lecturers are industry experienced professionals who are able to teach the practical application of theoretical learning and bring their industry networks and contacts to bear in supporting their teaching at EIT. Lecturers work closely on research projects with local businesses and organizations in the local region, nationally and at international levels. These contacts enable lecturers to impart their knowledge to students from a more practical perspective, enabling the students to have several kinds of practical experience that will help them acquire the skills and knowledge to get ahead in their careers. Many EIT academic programmes have a work-based learning component. This could be an internship, work placement or an industry generated business project.

At EIT, students will receive the support they need to help facilitate their academic achievement. There are smaller classes which enables more personal attention, where discussion is encouraged, and students have ready access to their lecturers. EIT aims to ensure students are treated as individuals with one-on-one attention, as well as the opportunity to prepare for the work environment after their course of study is complete. Students will be supported by faculty who are highly accessible and can receive guidance and help with everything from planning their studies to applying to work after they graduate. EIT offers a free essential academic skills course to assist students to transition to graduate level study.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

EIT lecturers and teachers are highly qualified, many have PhDs and are research active. It is often stated that academic teaching is underpinned by research. EIT has been rated as one of the top institutes of technology in New Zealand for research excellence by the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and has achieved world-class research rankings.

Many of EIT's lecturers are industry experienced professionals who are able to teach the practical application of theoretical learning and bring their industry networks and contacts to bear in supporting their teaching at EIT. Lecturers work closely on research projects with businesses and organisations at national and international levels. These contacts enable lecturers to impart their knowledge to students from a more practical perspective, enabling the students to have several kinds of practical experience that will help them acquire the skills and knowledge to get ahead in their careers. Many EIT academic programmes have a work-based learning component. This could be an internship, work placement or an industry generated business project.

At EIT, students will receive the support they need to help facilitate their academic achievement. There are smaller classes which enables more personal attention, where discussion is encouraged, and students have ready access to their lecturers. EIT aims to ensure students are treated as individuals with one-on-one attention, as well as the opportunity to prepare for the work environment after their course of study is complete. Students will be supported by faculty who are highly accessible and can receive guidance and help with everything from planning their studies to applying to work after they graduate. EIT offers a free essential academic skills course to assist students to transition to graduate level study.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

EIT is one of New Zealand's top ITPs known for its research excellence. EIT lecturers and teachers are highly qualified, many have PhDs and are research active. They use their research expertise and their latest knowledge in their fields to inform their teaching. EIT provides students a research informed education by helping develop enquiring minds providing exposure to the latest knowledge and much more.

At EIT, students will receive the support they need to help facilitate their academic achievement. Its smaller classes enable more personal attention, encourage discussions, and offer students ready access to their lecturers. EIT aims to ensure students are treated as individuals with one-on-one attention, as well as given the opportunity to prepare for the working environment after their course of study is complete. Students will receive guidance and help with everything from planning their studies to applying to work after they graduate. EIT offers a free essential academic skills course to assist students in transitioning to graduate level study.

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Subject areas

Subject areas

Business

EIT School of Business is proud of its programme innovations. Assessments have been redesigned to better match real world situations - so there are fewer exams! These programmes are closely connected to the business and wider community, so they are relevant and help students build their networks for the future.

Computing

At EIT, students can gain a practical qualification that is designed to help them acquire employment in the IT industry. Most EIT diploma programmes and the Bachelor of Computing Systems include industry-based placements or internships that can lead to them obtaining permanent employment.

Wine Science and Viticulture

EIT offers a wide range of viticulture and wine qualifications by highly knowledgeable and experienced lecturers in New Zealand’s premium wine growing regions (Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne). Utilise EIT’s world class facilities which include a fully functioning winery, wine sensory laboratory, instrument laboratory and demonstration vineyard.

Health Science

Choosing a health profession as your career pathway offers you rewarding, challenging and varied job opportunities that can result in making a positive difference in people’s lives. EIT’s Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science is an interdisciplinary programme that provides the opportunity for qualified health professionals and health service managers to develop advanced practice knowledge and critical analysis skills. Students in this programme can specialise in the Global Health pathway which focuses on health in the international context.

English Language

At EIT, students will be able to improve their English in well-equipped classrooms, where the focus is on interaction and conversation. Students can make full use of EIT’s Language Laboratory, where the focus is on helping them become fluent in English. EIT is a registered British Council IELTS Testing Centre offering exams throughout the year.

Read more about the departments here…

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Subject areas

Subject areas

Business

Studying business at EIT will enable students to gain a competitive advantage by equipping them with one of the EIT comprehensive applied qualifications. Skills will be developed in communication, management, accounting and marketing, setting students up for an exciting future in the stimulating and varied industry of business both nationally and on the world stage.

Computing

EIT students can discover the exciting world of computing and the wide range of opportunities available in the information technology world, through the practical applied programmes with industry-based placements, linked to local industry.

Viticulture and wine science

EIT is a specialist provider of viticulture and wine science programmes. Students will gain specialized knowledge on viticulture and wine science, comprising of wine making, grape growing, science and wine business marketing. This is a dynamic and exciting industry with opportunities in the local vineyard area in Hawkes Bay and New Zealand, as well as around the world.

Health science

EIT’s postgraduate diploma and master’s in health science is an interdisciplinary programme that provides the opportunity for qualified health professionals and health service managers to develop advanced practical knowledge and critical analysis skills. Students on this programme can specialize in the Global Health pathway which focuses on health in the international context.

Creative industries

Students who are creative at heart with an inquiring mind are able to choose from a range of exciting programmes, from diploma level to master’s in professional creative practice. Not only will students be able to develop their creative skills, but they will be taught how to run their own exhibitions and work in business in the creative world, participating in local projects and in some cases, getting international recognition.

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Subject areas

Subject areas

Business

Studying business at EIT enables students to gain a competitive advantage by equipping them with one of EIT's comprehensive qualifications. Students can specialise in the highly sought after and innovative fields of applied management, digital business and logistics and supply chain. Skills will be developed in communication, management, accounting and marketing, setting students up for their future careers in the stimulating and varied industry of business both nationally and on the world stage.

Computing

EIT students can discover the exciting world of computing and gain the future skills for the fast-growing Information Technology sector. EIT's practical, applied programmes with industry-based placements, prepare graduates for rewarding career opportunities from website and software development to user experience design along with consulting and management for high-flying companies.

Viticulture and wine science

EIT is a specialist provider of cutting-edge, industry-relevant viticulture and wine science programmes providing students with up-to-date and comprehensive knowledge in the field. Students are taught in state-of-the-art facilities at the EIT Napier campus in Hawke's Bay by faculty with a breadth of experience as chemists, microbiologists, consultant winemakers and academic researchers. As the most diverse wine growing region in New Zealand, Hawke's Bay offers a wide range of wineries where students can engage in practical learning.

Health science

EIT's interdisciplinary master's and postgraduate level health science programmes provide the opportunity for qualified health professionals and health service managers to develop advanced practical knowledge and critical analysis skills.

Creative industries

Students who are creative at heart with an inquiring mind are able to choose from a range of exciting programmes, including the Master in Professional Creative Practice.

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Subject areas

Subject areas

Business

Students can specialise in the highly sought after and innovative fields of applied management, business analytics, digital business and logistics and supply chain. Skills will be developed in communication, management, accounting and marketing, setting students up for their future careers.

Computing

EIT students can discover the exciting world of computing and gain the future skills for the fast-growing information technology sector. EIT's practical, applied programmes with industry-based placements, prepare graduates for rewarding career opportunities from website and software development to user experience design along with consulting and management.

Viticulture and wine science

EIT is a specialist provider of cutting-edge, industry-relevant viticulture and wine science programmes. Students are taught in state-of-the-art facilities at the EIT Napier campus in Hawke's Bay by faculty with a breadth of experience as chemists, microbiologists, consultant winemakers and academic researchers.

Health science

EIT's interdisciplinary master's and postgraduate level health science programmes provide the opportunity for qualified health professionals and health service managers to develop advanced practical knowledge and critical analysis skills.

Creative industries

Students who are creative at heart with an enquiring mind are able to choose from a range of exciting programmes, including the Master in Professional Creative Practice.

Postgraduate programmes

Students should see the What's New section for EIT's new postgraduate study programmes.

Online programmes

EIT's online programmes feature a hands-on, engaging approach to learning and EIT provides the support students need to succeed. Students can study while they work and stay up to date with industry trends. Professionals can overcome any skill gaps or fast-track to leadership positions and career growth.

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Why study here?

Why study here?

Students at the Eastern Institute of Technology will get the kind of experiences that will help them gain the knowledge and skills to get ahead, whether they want to break into their chosen career or change direction in life.

They will experience being part of a vibrant learning community in one of New Zealand’s top tertiary institutes, and be taught by experienced lecturers who have track records as respected academics and industry professionals.

Students will also get the benefit of EIT’s long-established connections with industry throughout New Zealand. Many of the Institute’s programmes are field-based to help them develop relevant work skills, gain practical experience, and get useful industry contacts which can set them on the path to a great job, all while they are studying.

They will also have the experience of studying at the modern, well-equipped campuses or at EIT’s regional learning centres, and will gain invaluable experience using the facilities and state-of-the-art technology provided at the Institute.

At EIT, students will get the support they need to help make sure they get the rewards for their hard work. They will learn in classes that are the right size to make sure they get the support they need, and they can receive help and guidance with everything from study planning, to applying for a job after they complete their studies.

Students will be supported by lecturers who are highly accessible, within a learning environment where they are treated as individuals. Students will receive one-on-one attention to make sure they get the support required to succeed.

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How to apply

How to apply

Students who wish to apply to EIT must do the following:

Step 1 - Students must complete the online International Application Form. The institute will assess their application and let them know the outcome as soon as possible. They will be sent an Offer of Place and details of the fees payable (which should not take longer than five days if the application is complete and there are no documents pending).

Step 2 - Students should pay their fees and apply for their visas. They will need their EIT receipt for their tuition fees when they apply for their visa.

Step 3 - Once the visa has been approved, students can book their flights. They need to send a copy of their visa details to the institute, when available.

They also need to inform EIT about their arrival details by email, so that they can be picked up at the airport in Napier when they arrive and can be given the correct details about their arrival in Auckland.

Step 4 - Accommodation will be arranged (on request) for the students who have the option to live in a homestay, flat or the Student Village in Napier, if they apply quickly due to high demand. Students can contact the institute with their requirements for all three campuses - Napier, Auckland and Gisborne.

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How to apply

How to apply

Students who wish to apply to EIT must do the following:

Step 1 - Students must complete the online international application form. The institute will assess a student's application and let them know the outcome as soon as possible. They will be sent an offer of place and details of the fees payable (which should not take longer than five days if the application is complete and there are no documents pending).

Step 2 - Students should pay their fees and apply for their visas. They will need their EIT receipt for their tuition fees when they apply for their visa.

Step 3 - Once the visa has been approved, students can book their flights. They need to send a copy of their visa details to the institute, when available.

Students also need to inform EIT about their arrival details by email, so that they can be picked up at the airport in Napier when they arrive and can be given the correct details about their arrival in Auckland.

Step 4 – Accommodation will be arranged (on request) for students who have the option to live in a homestay, flat or the student village in Napier, if they apply quickly due to high demand. Students can contact the institute with their requirements for all three campuses in Napier, Auckland and Gisborne.

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How to apply

How to apply

Students who wish to apply to study online at EIT must do the following:

Step 1 – Students must complete the online international application form. The institute will assess a student's application and let them know the outcome as soon as possible.

Step 2 – Once accepted, students will be sent an interim offer of place followed by further information about how to enrol, course selection and fees payable (which should not take longer than five days if the application is complete and there are no documents pending).

Students who wish to apply to study on campus in New Zealand must email EIT for more information.

Postgraduate programmes

Students must meet required entry requirements to gain admission. International students residing outside New Zealand can choose to study online and do not require a visa for online study.

To study on campus, students must meet New Zealand's immigration requirements for a student visa. Requirements for post-study work visa applications also apply.

EIT master's degree, postgraduate diploma, and postgraduate certificate programmes are approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).

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How to apply?

How to apply?

Students who wish to apply to EIT must do the following:

Step 1 - Students can complete the online International Application Form. The Institute will assess their application and let them know the outcome as soon as possible. They will be sent an Offer of Place and details of the fees payable (which should not take longer than five days).

Step 2 - Students will have to pay their fees and apply for their visas. They will need their EIT receipt for their tuition fees when they apply for their visa. EIT English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT) is available for students. The Institute will contact students if they are suitable to take the ELPT.

Step 3 - Once the visa has been approved, students can book their flights. They need to send a copy of their visa details to the Institute, when available. Also, they need to inform EIT about their arrival details by emailing, so that they can pick them up at the airport in Napier when they arrive.

Step 4 - Students can arrange their own accommodation – they can choose to live in a homestay, flat or the Student Village in Napier. If they require accommodation in Auckland or Gisborne, they can contact the Institute with their requirements.

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Facilities and campus life

Facilities and campus life

EIT has three campuses. Napier: Hawke’s Bay, Auckland and Tairawhiti Campus in Gisborne. The main campus is in Napier, Hawkes Bay. Each campus is unique and has its own features, catering to all types of students.

EIT Hawkes Bay is one of the most attractive campuses in New Zealand with 27 hectares of gardens and distinctive regional architecture, giving the feeling of space and providing a beautiful environment. The Napier based campus offers the widest range of programmes and enrols domestic and international students. Tairwhiti, the campus in Gisborne, provides options for international students in nursing, business, IT, horticulture and cookery. Both Napier and Gisborne offer a relaxed small city lifestyle with temperate weather, easy access to beaches, mountains, lakes and rivers, along with New Zealand’s oldest winery.

Auckland offers students a city experience as a graduate school enrolling only international students. The Auckland campus is located on Queen Street in a great central location with easy access to the big city life.

All campuses have specialized student-centric learning technology and spaces for teaching groups and learning individually. Campus life and student integration is facilitated by student learning and student support systems. These include academic mentors and career guidance services, international pastoral care and accommodation specialists, and Napier’s Student Association - Younited.

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Facilities and campus life

Facilities and campus life

EIT has three campuses in Napier, Auckland and Gisborne. The main campus is in Napier, Hawke's Bay. Each campus is unique and has its own features, catering to all types of students.

EIT Hawke's Bay is one of New Zealand's most attractive campuses with 27 hectares of gardens and distinctive regional architecture, giving the feeling of space and providing a beautiful environment. The Napier based campus offers the widest range of programmes and enrols domestic and international students. Tairāwhiti, the campus in Gisborne, provides options for international students in nursing, business, IT, horticulture and cookery. Both Napier and Gisborne offer a relaxed small city lifestyle with temperate weather, easy access to beaches, mountains, lakes and rivers, along with New Zealand's oldest winery.

Auckland offers students a city experience as a graduate school enrolling only international students. The Auckland campus is located on Queen Street in a great central location with easy access to the big city life.

All campuses have specialised student-centric learning technology and spaces for teaching groups and learning individually. Campus life and student integration is facilitated by student learning and student support systems. These include academic mentors and career guidance services, international pastoral care and accommodation specialists, and Napier's Student Association, Younited.

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Facilities and campus life

Facilities and campus life

EIT has three campuses in Napier, Auckland and Gisborne. The main campus is in Napier, Hawke's Bay. Each campus is unique and has its own features, catering to all types of students.

EIT Hawke's Bay is one of New Zealand's most attractive campuses with 27 hectares of gardens and distinctive regional architecture, giving the feeling of space and providing a beautiful environment. The Napier based campus offers the widest range of programmes and enrols domestic and international students. Tairāwhiti, the campus in Gisborne, provides options for international students in nursing, business, IT, horticulture and cookery. Both Napier and Gisborne offer a relaxed small city lifestyle with temperate weather, easy access to beaches, mountains, lakes and rivers, along with New Zealand's oldest winery.

Auckland offers students a city experience as a graduate school enrolling only international students. The Auckland campus is located on Queen Street in a great central location with easy access to the big city life.

All campuses have specialised student-centric learning technology and spaces for teaching groups and learning individually. Campus life and student integration are facilitated by student learning and student support systems. These include academic mentors and career guidance services, international pastoral care and accommodation specialists, and Napier's Student Association, Younited.

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Facilities

Facilities

EIT Hawke’s Bay is one of New Zealand’s most attractive campuses with superb architecture and shaded outdoor areas for study on warm days. EIT Gisborne’s campus is located in the heart of the city, near the Taruheru River, and you can't get more central than EIT Auckland's location on Queen Street.

EIT’s campuses have top quality facilities, purpose-built for EIT programmes, including high-tech workshops and computer labs, professional-standard training kitchens, a fully-equipped wine science laboratory and operational vineyard and winery. Students can get connected by jumping onto campus-wide free wifi.

EIT’s libraries put resources at your fingertips, with expert librarians on-hand to help you, and you can get your textbooks and stationery sorted at Bookshop at the Hawke's Bay campus. To print your work professionally, fully-equipped printing services handle everything from large format printing to document binding, for a price that won’t put a dent in your finances. Hungry after all your study? You can enjoy bustling campus cafés and student training cafés to catch up with fellow students over a cup of coffee or lunch.

Providing spaces that are attractive, exciting and special in order to diffuse the levels of stress involved in the learning process, has been an important feature of campus design. The boldness of shape and colour, together with the landscaped, park-like grounds helps students perform to their best ability. Leading-edge technology is used in the lecture theatres for the benefit of the students.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Student success is EIT’s priority. EIT’s strategic priorities include developing student success to produce students who:

  • are engaged in relevant programmes
  • are successfully supported in their learner journey
  • are well prepared and work-ready
  • achieve educational and career success
  • are sought after by employers

EIT’s programmes are developed with the following graduate attributes as a focus:

  • Lifelong learners who take responsibility for their own learning
  • Effective communicators, networkers and team workers
  • Active participants in and contributors to New Zealand society
  • Confident studying, working and living in an international context.

Further to this, EIT provides free one-to-one counselling on employment in New Zealand. Their specialized careers counsellors will help students in the following ways:

  • Develop skills and knowledge to plan and manage their careers
  • Provide information relating to the job market
  • Provide information on job search strategies
  • Assist with the preparation of job applications, including assisting with writing a résumé and covering letter, and completing online job applications
  • Interview techniques
  • Industry engagement evenings with a view to networking with employers as well as presenting student projects to them.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Student success is EIT's priority. EIT's strategic priorities include developing students who:

  • are engaged in relevant programmes
  • are successfully supported in their learner journey
  • are well prepared and work-ready
  • achieve educational and career success
  • are sought after by employers

EIT's programmes are developed with the following graduate attributes as a focus:

  • Lifelong learners who take responsibility for their own learning
  • Effective communicators, networkers and team workers
  • Active participants in and contributors to New Zealand society
  • Confident studying, working and living in an international context

Further to this, EIT provides free one-to-one counselling on employment in New Zealand. Its specialised careers counsellors will help students:

  • Develop skills and knowledge to plan and manage their careers
  • Provide information relating to the job market
  • Provide information on job search strategies
  • Assist with the preparation of job applications, including assisting with writing a resume and covering letter, and completing online job applications.
  • With interview techniques
  • With industry engagement evenings with a view to networking with employers as well as presenting student projects to them.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

Student success is EIT's priority. EIT's strategic priorities include developing students who:

  • are engaged in relevant programmes
  • are successfully supported in their learner journey
  • are well prepared and work-ready
  • achieve educational and career success
  • are sought after by employers

EIT's programmes are developed with the following graduate attributes as a focus:

  • Lifelong learners who take responsibility for their own learning
  • Effective communicators, networkers and team workers
  • Active participants in and contributors to New Zealand society
  • Confident studying, working and living in an international context

Further to this, EIT provides free one-to-one counselling on employment in New Zealand. Its specialised careers counsellors will help students:

  • Develop skills and knowledge to plan and manage their careers
  • Provide information relating to the job market
  • Provide information on job search strategies
  • Assist with the preparation of job applications, including assisting with writing a resume and covering letter, and completing online job applications
  • With interview techniques
  • With industry engagement evenings with a view to networking with employers as well as presenting student projects to them

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