New Zealand Tertiary College
New Zealand Tertiary College is an internationally recognised tertiary education provider. It is a New Zealand government body that has put systems in place to ensure consistency of training and assessment, ensuring New Zealand qualifications are valued as credible and robust both nationally and internationally. The college delivers their range of study programs that blend theoretical and real-world learning to give students the very best learning experience. It welcomes international students from all over the world.
Designed to suit different learning styles and lifestyles, NZTC offers a choice of study options to ensure a student receives a quality and enjoyable learning experience. It’s online learning environment allows the student to balance work and family commitments, so that the student can study from anywhere where the student has an internet access. With a range of services and support structures in place, the college aims to make the daunting task of moving to a new country as easy as possible for the student. Over 100 dedicated staff is there to assist the student every step of the way.
New Zealand Tertiary College has Campuses in both the North and South Island of New Zealand. Both Campuses are centrally located within their cities and easily accessible by public transport. The North Island Campus is located in Auckland and South Island Campus is in Christchurch .
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