NCBT (Newton College of Business and Technology)

Education Provider DETAILS
Application Procedure
    1. To obtain an offer of place in a program of choice students need to complete an Expression Of Interest Form (EOI) and submit along with the *supporting documents to NCBT. Please download here. Expression of Interest (EOI) Form pdficon small Please note that a copy of an Expression Of Interest Form (EOI) can be obtained from an authorised NCBT Study Abroad consultant in your area. 2. NCBT after assessing the EOI and supporting documents will respond to the student with an Offer of Place if all requirements are met. 3. Student then applies for a visa. For more details please refer to Immigration New Zealand website www.immigration.govt.nz 4. Upon acceptance of visa student transfers course fees including medical and travel insurance to NCBT's Independent Trust Account (Number supplied with the offer of place letter). **The student can pay for either one semester fees or two semesters to secure a place in the programme. 5. A Confirmation of Enrolment letter is issued to the student to confirm the fee payment and their placement in the programme. This letter also includes details of the course commencement and completion date. 6. Student applies for final visa stamping. * Corresponding Supporting documents: Enclose copy of your passport Enclose verified copies of your academic records Enclose work experience records Enclose resume or curriculum vitae Enclose evidence of English test result ** Students from China and India may have to apply for their Student Visa and gain approval in principle before sending fees to NCBT (Check with NCBT or your agent prior to sending in fees).
Admission Requirements
    Applicants must meet the following entry requirements: Completion of secondary schooling or equivalent Must have a level 5 qualification in Business OR an equivalent international qualification The applicant needs to have an IELTS proficiency level in Academic English of 6.0 with no band score lower than 5.5 OR should have English as one of the first languages if they have provided evidence of one of the following: 1) completion of all primary education and at least 3 years of secondary education (that is, the equivalent of New Zealand Forms 3 to 7 or years 9 to 13) at schools using English as the language of instruction. Medium of English (MOI) entry will only be granted to students who have scored a minimum of 60% in English Higher Secondary, OR 2) completion of at least 5 years of secondary education (that is, the equivalent of New Zealand Forms 3 to 7 or years 9 to 13) at schools using English as the language of instruction. Medium of English (MOI) entry will only be granted to students who have scored a minimum of 60% in English Higher Secondary, OR 3) completion of a tertiary qualification of at least three years’ duration with English as the language of instruction in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the Republic of Ireland, South Africa, the United Kingdom or the United States. OR 4) have completed a NCBT Internal Assessment Minimum age of 19 years Previous work experience/demonstrated interest in the export sector would be an advantage
Priority Deadlines
    January, April, July,October
Placement Services
    Employment Preparation NCBT helps prepare you for a career in NZ. All NCBT courses are designed and delivered to make you employable in the New Zealand workforce. Most NCBT students aim to start full time employment after completing their study at NCBT. The majority of students begin part time work very soon after their study course commences. NCBT provides employment services that assists immigrants in preparing themselves for a career in New Zealand. NCBT encourages you to adopt a fresh approach and to realise your full potential by aiming high. A new immigrant needs to learn the New Zealand workplace culture, employer expectations, and the current job market, while studying toward NZ qualifications. Students are met with regularly during the year, to ensure a career goal is being steadfastly worked towards. Staff provides assistance and counselling during your time at college. For example writing an up-to-date curriculum vitae in the preferred NZ format, interview tips and techniques, your legal rights in the NZ business environment and pathways to Immigration. This type of knowledge is essential so that you are able to easily work and settle in NZ. Most importantly, NCBT assists migrants to understand and experience New Zealand Culture - the way we do things around here! These NZ employment preparation services provide you with many tools and resources for you to maximise your career potential. Below are a few resources that you can download from this website: 1. Download a CV Template 2. Job Hunting Resources 3. Job Interview Skills 4. Your rights and responsibilities as an employee Note: A CV is a pre requisite in applying for both part and full time jobs. if you do not have a CV, download a CV template now!
Infrastructure
    Welfare & Support The Student Support Team are available to talk to students about any problems or concerns, whether relating to their education or general concern. We have a strong support system to ensure that problems relating to cultural or other issues are solved quickly. In addition to support and guidance from the staff members, students will also be given a comprehensive list of external support and counseling agencies. We also ensure the following: Induction programme at the beginning of courses Qualified and enthusiastic teachers Individual attention and guidance Modern learning facilities Small classes Supportive and enjoyable learning environments Employment support