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Royal Business College

Royal Business College was founded in 1996 in Christchurch, New Zealand. It was originally known as Royal English College, and taught English as a Foreign Language to International students of all nationalities. The College soon became recognised as a leader in the field of Academic English and IELTS exam preparation, and as its popularity grew it expanded, establishing a second campus in New Zealand's largest city, Auckland. Since 2003 the College has broadened the scope of its programmes by introducing the following courses
  • RBC Diploma in Entrepreneurship ( Level 7)
  • RBC Diploma in Business (Marketing) Level 7
  • RBC Diploma in Information Technology Level 7
  • New Zealand Diploma in Business
  • National Diploma in Business ( Level 6)
  • National Diploma in Business ( Level 5)
  • RBC Diploma in Computing (Level 6)
  • National Diploma in Computing (Level 5)
  • RBC Diploma in Horticulture (Level 5)
  • National Certificate in Horticulture (Level 4)
  • National Diploma in Tourism - Management (Level 5)
Our mission is to exist for our students, teaching and guiding them towards a meaningful educated and balanced future life in an international environment. This student - centred focus and our target of excellence has been the key to our success, reflected in the academic achievements of our past and present students.
 
The College Charter has been approved by the Minister of Tertiary Education and copies are available to the public at Reception. We welcome feedback at anytime on its contents.
 
Royal Business College is accredited by NZQA ( New Zealand Qualifications Authority ) and is a signatory to the Code of Practice for the pastoral care of International Students.
 
The Christchurch, Auckland and Te Puke Campuses are located right in the central business areas of their respective cities. Three campuses are within easy walking distances of bus terminals, shops, public libraries, gymnasiums, restaurants, cinemas and theatres.
 
We offer a range of business, computing, horticulture, tourism and English courses to International and New Zealand students.
 

Christchurch Campus

The minute you leave Christchurch’s international airport, you’ll notice the abundance of parks and gardens that have made the city famous. A picturesque centre of 400,000, Christchurch is renowned for its relaxed lifestyle and friendly people.

The Royal Business College campus is located right in the heart of the city, just steps away from shops and cafes. With restaurants, bars, nightclubs, galleries, and museums there's no shortage of things to do and see around the city.

Auckland Campus

The largest city in New Zealand, Auckland has again been ranked 5th out of 215 international cities in the Mercer's 2008 Quality of Living Survey.

And it’s easy to see why. Built on a spectacular harbour, the bustling city is punctuated by hills and parks and enjoys a mild climate year round. Auckland is surrounded by beautiful beaches where you can swim, surf, sail and fish. Stretching from sea to sea, you can dip your toes in the Pacific and swim in the Tasman Sea all in the same day!

Te Puke Campus

We are pleased to announce that we have established a new campus in Te Puke- The kiwifruit Capital of the World. This has been officially approved by NZQA.

New Zealand's booming kiwifruit industry had its beginnings here. It's now a major export crop: hundreds of local growerd produce millions of trays of the traditional 'Green' and luscious 'Gold' that are shipped out worldwide.

 Want to know more: 

Call: + 91 22 26403270/71 / + 91 989 2899072

 

Manukau Institute of Technology

 

Overview

 

 

Status
For 40 years, MIT has been one of New Zealand’s premier education and training institutes.

Location
In addition to the main Manukau campus there are specialised campuses located throughout the city including locations at Newmarket, the CBD, Highbrook Business Park and Pukekohe as well as community learning centres within the greater Auckland region.

Partnership
Manukau Institute of Technology has several key relationships with other institutes including: University of Auckland, Te Wananga O Aotearoa, Unitec NZ and Southern Cross University in Australia.

We are

  • New Zealand’s highest performing institute of technology
  • Highly regarded by employers
  • A national educational institution with a strong regional base and a developing international profile

Features

  • Degrees which combine academic rigour with applied practical skills
  • Over 1500 courses making up foundation, certificate, diploma, and degree programmes, supporting progression from foundation level to higher level qualifications and employment
  • Centre for art and design with a national reputation for its jewellery programmes
  • One of the largest computer networks in New Zealand
  • Purpose built restaurant and hotel training school for tourism and hospitality programmes
  • An innovative and specialised performing arts centre
  • A well regarded faculty of business
  • New Zealand's only maritime training school

We offer

  • Real learning to equip our students for employment
  • Skilled professional teaching
  • Supportive staff
  • Small classes and personal tuition
  • Modern state of the art equipment
  • An attractive, peaceful tree lined environment
  • Easy transport and motorway access

 

Lincoln University

Why choose Lincoln

We've been helping students get where they want to be for over 126 years.

Not only does that make us one of this country's oldest tertiary institutions, we like to think we are also one of the best.

There are many good reasons to study at Lincoln University here are just a few.

 
 

Location, location, location

Lincoln offers the best of both worlds.

Our campus is set in the heart of the country, is the perfect environment for undisturbed study and getting here is simple.

Lincoln can provide everything you need, including accommodation in our halls of residence. 

Christchurch city is just 20 minutes by car from the campus and offers a wide range of entertainment, including clubs, music, movies, theatre, the arts, and sporting events.

 
 

Don't get lost in the crowd

People in laboratoryWe're smaller which means you count. You're not just a number, here students come first.

Our lecturers have an 'open door policy'. That means they are always on hand to discuss projects and essays or clarify a lecture topic.

The size of the University makes it very easy to make friends.

 
 

Ours is an action packed campus – but still feels like home

Lincoln's buildings are a mix of modern and traditional, surrounded by trees and open spaces unlike many campuses that can be grey and impersonal.

It's easy to find your way around. You'll soon be soaking up the atmosphere chatting over coffee in the cafe, playing touch rugby on the field and heading off to lectures.

Our campus is also home to a wide range of social, sporting and cultural groups. Here you can study, but also have fun.

 
 

A wide range of programmes and courses

We offer more than 500 different course options.

Lincoln is at the forefront of developing programmes that meet the needs of industry and offer clear career pathways. Many of our programmes involve real industry experience, putting students one step ahead for life outside university.

This approach has earnt Lincoln a reputation amongst employers for producing top class graduates who are adaptable, creative, resourceful and knowledgeable. That means our students get jobs.

 
 

We welcome students from all over the world

More than a third of our student population come from over 55 different countries.

That makes us one of the most internationalised of all New Zealand universities. Just imagine the cultural diversity that brings to our campus.

 

 
 

 

What's great about Lincoln University?

Hands on learning that employers love
Scholar
Hands-on-learning is one of the strengths of Lincoln University qualifications and a major reason why Lincoln University graduates and diplomates move so easily into employment.

Employers value the breadth and depth of knowledge that this experience provides and constantly rate Lincoln University highly.

Lincoln University maintains excellent relations with employers in a wide range of industries.

Smaller class size
We're smaller which means you count. You're not just a number, here students come first. Our classes are smaller. We have a low student to lecturer ratio which means more personalised attention for our students

Our lecturers have an 'open door policy'. That means they are always on hand to discuss projects and essays or clarify a lecture topic.

The size of the University makes it very easy to make friends

Field trips
At Lincoln University we believe in practical applied learning. To that end, a large number of our courses have field trip components, so it is highly likely that during your university career you will go on one.

You could visit anything from a business, vineyard, forest or some other place where you can see the applications of the work you study. 

 

University of Auckland

Message from the Vice-Chancellor

 
 
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The University of Auckland has, for more than a century, been dedicated to its mission to nurture scholars who will contribute to society by advancing knowledge and imparting it to new generations of students. Staff, students and supporters take pride in having contributed to The University of Auckland's reputation as New Zealand's flagship, research-led university, known for the excellence of its teaching, its research, and its service to its local, national and international communities.

Society is changing rapidly in ways which will have a profound impact on the role of universities.The 21st century will see, for the first time, a decline in the number of people of working age. This trend, coupled with the changes that innovation brings, will have a major effect on the way people work and the kinds of jobs they do. In a world where change is the norm, however, one thing is certain - knowledge will be a key resource and will be highly sought after within New Zealand and around the globe. The challenge - shared by all universities - is to help to generate the intellectual property which will create new jobs, and to educate and train people to work in fields where they will be valued both for their specialised knowledge, and for their ability to research, communicate and solve problems.

Key to meeting these challenges is the need to build on the alliances and collaborative partnerships the University has established with business, industry, government, and other research institutions. These networks, together with the support of alumni and friends here and overseas, are critically important if New Zealand is to realise the full benefits of its investment in the University. It is equally important for the University to keep close to its wider communities of interest within New Zealand and internationally. This will help to ensure the ongoing relevance of our academic programmes and the continued excellence of our teaching, learning and research.

In keeping with this philosophy, the University is committed to ensuring that its communities of interest are well informed of its goals and activities. In The University of Auckland Profile 2011-2012, you will find information on the University's teaching and research strengths, its diverse networks and its vibrant, cosmopolitan campuses, which offer so much of life and learning.The University of Auckland is very fortunate to have outstanding staff, students and facilities. Our challenge for the future is to build on this strong base to establish ourselves firmly among the world's leading universities. I hope you will support us in that endeavour.

Stuart McCutcheon
Vice-Chancellor

International reputation


The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 
The Times Higher Education publishes the top 400 universities each year. The methodology for calculating rankings is based on 13 indicators across five broad areas of activity: teaching, industry income, citations, research and international outlook. The University of Auckland is the only New Zealand university included in the top 200. Auckland’s ranking of 173 is the same as the University of New South Wales and is sixth highest of all Australian and New Zealand universities.

Auckland was ranked in the top 50 universities in two subject areas: Arts and Humanities (43) and Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health (48).


Cornell Institute of Business & Technology

Introduction

 

Central Location

Classroom

All our classrooms are equipped with state of the art multimedia projection systems.
The class size is limited to a minimum of 20 students, providing personalized attention to the learning needs of our students.

Computer Laboratories

All our facilities are ultramodern with spacious and learner-friendly classrooms and computer laboratories. Free access to the internet, E-mail and the availability of the latest computers allow for an efficient learning experience in a diverse and modern teaching environment.

Cafeteria

A student cafeteria and meeting room and friendly service from our accessible staff all assist students during their stay at CIBT.
We want you to have a great experience at CIBT.

Library

The library is equipped with latest editions of text books, journals and reference material, which are used by the students during their academic learning and assignments.

Experienced and Well-qualified Staffs




Staffs

The CIBT experience is made unforgettable through the tireless support of our well-experienced and highly qualified teachers and other members of the staff.

Through the dedication of our teachers the students at CIBT are able to grow intellectually and learn how to acquire professional skills that are invaluable in an ever changing and increasingly competitive global business environment. 

All our staff are experienced in international education and are dedicated in their approach to continuous professional development and upgrading their skills for the benefit of the students.

Flexible Enrolment

Enrolment

Students can commence most English language courses any Monday during the year and may enrol for a minimum of one week. There are 4 intake dates per year for the Certificate and Diploma courses. Courses are of 6, 12 or 24 months duration. Intakes for the University program are held in February and July of each year.

From Principal




 
Cornell Institute of Business and Technology also provides students with a range of pathways for further study at universities and other colleges in New Zealand and Australia.

Students will have an exceptional educational experience with the use of first class facilities, fully equipped computer laboratories, small class sizes, highly qualified teachers, free internet access and complete access to a range of student support services. Students will also be supplied with appropriate text books and learning materials for each stage of their course.

Studying at the Cornell Institute of Business and Technology will enable students to gain government accredited qualifications whilst at the same time, making friends and colleagues from around the world. Your time at the institute will be a truly memorable and rewarding international experience.

 

  
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