Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
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. Its 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 institute offers over 100 qualifications from certificate through to postgraduate level and it has developed specialisms in areas such as aquaculture, maritime/marine, viticulture & wine and aviation/aviation engineering. It offers specialist qualifications in Aquaculture, Winemaking and Viticulture, Conservation, Maritime and Aviation Engineering, because the region is known for these industries, and the education/industry links are excellent. Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology also offers a broad spectrum of other career qualifications such as Nursing, Business, IT, Social Sciences, Arts and Design, Hospitality, and the Trades. Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) one of 18 New Zealand crown owned Tertiary Institutes and Polytechnics (ITP). NMIT receives funding from the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) to deliver programmes approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). The institute has three campuses located in Nelson, Blenheim and Auckland. Each of their campuses offer programmes designed to complement the business and industry demands of the area. The Main Campus-Nelson campus location means quick and easy access to the cafés, bars and shopping in Nelson city.
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