National Tertiary Education Consortium (NTEC)
Ntec began with the registration of Concordia Institute of Business as a Private Tertiary Establishment with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).National Tertiary Education Consortium (Ntec) is a New Zealand based consortium of five education providers consisting of National Technology Institute (NTI), Concordia Institute of Business (CIB), National Institute of Education (NIE), National Engineering Institute (NEI) and The College of Future Learning NZ (FutureCOL), all New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) approved and accredited tertiary institutes. Their mission is to call to action that recognises the constant nature of change embraces risk-taking and recognises potential in all of them to strive to be as good they can be.
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. Concordia’s English Academy offers a wide selection of English courses, including general, business, and academic, IELTS, NZCEL and TESOL. Courses include certificates at levels 3 and 4, diplomas at levels 5 to 7, and university bachelors’ and masters’ degrees.
Currently Ntec has campuses in Auckland, Christchurch, Hastings and Tauranga in New Zealand. There are approximately 3000 students enrolled in various programmes throughout the group, including a small percentage of domestic students. The mix of student diversity comprising people from across the globe and New Zealand provides students with a truly international experience when studying at Ntec.
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