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Auckland University of Technology recognises both the value and necessity of long-life learning. In this rapidly changing world, rather than accrue a working lifetime of knowledge, people are now expected to acquire different sets of skills every couple of years. Auckland University of Technology can provide you with contemporary education and guidance within a wide range of disciplines. Designed to give you fresh knowledge and new skills a short course can be completed as an intensive one-day workshop or over a series of classes during the university semester. Our short course programmes are useful for people wanting to add to or improve specific skills, in a short period of time. An increase in knowledge capacity will go a long way towards age-proofing your career. Help to improve your employee’s motivation and productivity, through a staff training programme. AUT can offer customised programmes to meet your Company’s needs. Corporate training is offered by the Faculty of Business. Further details are available from the AUT Contact Centre.
Student ID Cards
While it is not compulsory for you to have an AUT Student ID card, you may wish to apply for one prior to commencing your studies. An AUT Student ID card will enable you to use AUT computer facilities, libraries, photocopiers, gain student discounts when buying text books, proof of enrolment and access to class, and entry to examinations. You must complete Registration providing a verified copy of your passport or birth certificate, and a passport size photograph. Once a student is in zero balance, only then are they eligible for an AUT Student Identification card. The card will be generated automatically and posted. You will receive your card within 4-5 working days.
ID Cards for Compact Courses
These cards are not generated automatically only on request.
Unit Standards Information
The NZ Qualifications Authority (NZQA) is the Government Agency responsible for co-ordinating all nationally recognised qualifications. Please note that the $25.00 NZQA fee only applies to a small number of courses. Courses with unit standards included, are clearly identified throughout and are shown as NZQA Unit Standard. If you require further clarification, please contact the relevant programme co-ordinator. If you are unable to supply an NZQA Candidate number and a copy of your NZQA Personal Information Panel or Record of Learning, a $25.00 fee is payable in addition to the advertised course fee. This fee will enable AUT to register your details with NZQA to establish your Record of Learning.
Privacy of information
The personal information collected at the time of your enrolment will be held on the student administration database and will be made available only to authorised staff of the University. AUT undertakes to collect and maintain student personal information in a manner consistent with the Privacy Act 1993. (See the AUT 2004 Academic Calendar for full details, available from all Bennetts bookstores, or www.aut.ac.nz).
Fees
Fees quoted are inclusive of GST, as well as Student Association Fee, Student Services Levy and Exam/Assessment Fees, if applicable. The fees quoted are correct at the time of printing and may be subject to change. The confirmed fees will be listed on your Invoice.
International Students
Most courses shown require minimum 6.5 IELTS. Please contact the AUT Contact Centre prior to completion of an Enrolment Form to confirm entry requirements (English language levels etc). Please note: International Students must supply a certified copy of a current Visitors, Work or Student Visa at time of application. Full fees will be charged for all programmes requiring completion of the Short Course Enrolment Form. Please contact the International Student Centre – Fees and Admissions, phone: (09) 917 9999 ext 8663 for confirmation of fees. Information on the International Student Refund Policy is also available from the International Student Centre.
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