Once the student has made a decision to enrol the easiest way is to visit our Campus and meet the Recruitment Officer. The Recruitment Officer will discuss study plans and answer questions that arise during the discussion.
We recommend that students bring with them the following documents:
1. Original Passport or Birth Certificate.
2. Evidence of Bank Account- i.e. a copy of Bank Statement.
3. Evidence of your IRD Number.
4. Evidence of other Educational achievements if any.
NZSE can assist students with their application for student loans and living allowances.
Information on student loans and allowances can also be obtained from Study Link, Tel: 0800 889900 or by visiting their website - www.studylink.govt.nz
For tuition fees and course related costs please call NZSE on 0800 998811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a course information pack.
You can also fill out our online enrolment form and we will respond within 48 hours.
All courses are NZQA accredited and students can get student loans for the entire fee amount. For more information please refer to Student Loans Allowances.
The New Zealand School of Education welcomes all prospective students who are citizens or residents of New Zealand.
People of all ages and backgrounds can enrol for the courses that the school offers.
The students are expected to:
• have an acceptable level of English
• adhere to the School's policy and norms
• be regular in attendance
• meet entry requirement of the specific program
All New Zealand Permanent Residents are eligible to receive a student loan.
The School provides full assistance in applying for a student loan. An application can be made through the website www.studylink.govt.nz. Students can use the student loan facility for most courses offered at New Zealand School of Education. Students can pay their entire fee by student loan.
NZSE programmes are eligible for a student allowance. The Recruitment Officer can assist you with your application for a student allowance.
For information on eligibility and criteria and to apply, contact Work and Income New Zealand (WINZ).
Free phone: 0800 55 90 09.