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  • www.nzma.ac.nz
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  • If you are wondering about global unemployment, you are not alone… It’s a fact, unemployment is growing These factors impact you. www.nzma.ac.nz
  • “ It’ll all be fine once the recession ends.” The skills or investment you make in your career now directly impacts your employment opportunities for years to come www.nzma.ac.nz
  • The world’s greatest country to study in www.nzma.ac.nz
    • Five reasons to study in New Zealand
    • Unbeatable lifestyle – we are rated 1st in the world in 2009 for being the safest place to live (Global Peace Index)
    • Safe environment, good food, world class health care, safety conscious, great accommodation at low prices
    • Clean and green
    • Natural beauty
    • Reputation for innovation
    www.nzma.ac.nz
    • You’re welcome here..
    • New Zealanders recognise the value overseas students provide
    • We’re a multicultural society
    • You’re always welcome in New Zealand!
    www.nzma.ac.nz
    • Auckland, the commercial hub
    • Voted 4 th best city in the world for quality of living
    • in 2010
    • The country’s largest, most cosmopolitan city
    • Economic hub of New Zealand
    • Mild climate, beautiful beaches, rivers and forests
    • World-class educational facilities, sophisticated and funky shops, cafes, restaurants, bars and clubs
    • Stunning museums and art galleries, parks and swimming pools.
    • Plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation and adventure!
    • Gateway to exploring New Zealand
    www.nzma.ac.nz
  • NZMA The right choice www.nzma.ac.nz
  • NZMA The right choice www.nzma.ac.nz
    • Established in 1985, 100% New Zealand owned
    • Four Campuses
    • Our goal is to make a meaningful difference to the lives of ALL of our students
    • Because we genuinely care about our students
    New Zealand owned, family operated The only way for us to succeed is for our students to succeed www.nzma.ac.nz
  • A complete package
    • Not just education. We help students get jobs
    • Links with major industry employers
    • Links to other educators – take the next step in your education
    • Achieve your personal goal
    www.nzma.ac.nz
  • Fantastic facilities Study centre Great resources while you learn www.nzma.ac.nz
  • Library A quiet reading area with quality learning resources www.nzma.ac.nz
  • Computer Room On site access to the latest technology and FREE internet access www.nzma.ac.nz
  • Student Lounge A pool table, TV or Play station to relax and meet friends www.nzma.ac.nz
  • On-site café Run by NZMA National Diploma in Hospitality Management students, your café offers a selection of hot and cold drinks, meals and snacks at low prices www.nzma.ac.nz
  • Fully equipped working bar www.nzma.ac.nz
  • Home away from home
    • We provide:
    • Multi-lingual Student Support Advisors
    • Accommodation
    • Homestay
    • Travel
    We pride ourselves on the support we provide our students from the time they arrive to when they leave www.nzma.ac.nz
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  • NZMA takes a new approach to career development NZMA blends learning in the classroom, with experience in the workplace. You get a recognised qualification that shows you not only have the knowledge to succeed but also the skills to add value in the workplace. Vocational training – it’s not just theory. www.nzma.ac.nz
    • Take your place in the global
    • industry success story
    • Did you know:
    • Travel and Tourism: the largest employer in the world
    • 231 million jobs worldwide
    • $US7,000 billion industry. $US13,000 billion by 2017
    • Every 12th job in the world is in travel and tourism
    • Growing by 4.3% per annum
    • Includes hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, transportation, health and spas, theme parks and casinos
    • In New Zealand, Hospitality is our largest industry!
    Travel and Tourism = Employment Opportunity Hospitality management is one of the fastest growing careers. By 2017, the hospitality industry is expected to create 262 billion jobs worldwide (World Travel & Tourism Council, 2007). www.nzma.ac.nz
  • Or Business for that matter
    • Small businesses are the heart and soul of our world’s entrepreneurial economy
    • Globally we respect and nurture an entrepreneurial spirit
    • In most countries the SME sector makes an enormous contribution – in New Zealand, our 350,000 or so SMEs make up more than 99% of all businesses and account for about 60% of employment
    • (New Zealand Centre for SME Research )
    Business skills = Global opportunities www.nzma.ac.nz
    • World class training
    • World class academic courses coupled with hands on practical experience and training
    • Programs developed in consultation with employers
    • A competitive advantage when job hunting
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    • Globally recognised
    • Mix of New Zealand and international tutors Tutor qualified with industry experience
    • Small classes = personal teaching, easy access to training equipment
    • Recognised by NZ’s Qualifications Authority with 4 year audit cycle (one year cycle is standard)
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  • Our Business courses 2011 courses start dates: 14 February, 2 May, 25 July and 10 October www.nzma.ac.nz Diploma in Business (Advanced) Level 6 Duration: 1 Year (40 weeks) (after completion Diploma in Business Level 5) Entry requirement: IELTS 5.5 Cost: NZ$16,900 per year Diploma in Business Level 5 Duration: 1 Year (40 weeks) Entry requirement: IELTS 5.5 Cost: NZ$16,900 per year
  • Our Hospitality courses Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6 Duration: 6 months (20 weeks) (after completion of Diploma in Business Level 5) Entry requirement: IELTS 5.5 Cost: NZ$12,000 Certificate in Hospitality and Employment Skills Level 4 Duration: 25 Weeks Entry requirement: IELTS 5.0 Price: NZ$10,000 2011 courses start dates: 14 February, 2 May, 25 July, 10 October Please note: Level 4 Certificate dates are 17 January, 4 April and 20 June Diploma in Applied Hospitality Management - Level 6 With full time 600 hour paid internship Duration: 20 weeks (after completion of Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6) Entry requirement: IELTS 5.5 Cost: NZ$6,500 Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5 Duration: 1 Year (40 weeks) Entry requirement: IELTS 5.5 Cost: NZ$17,000 per year+ NZ$1,500 resource fee
  • Diploma in Business Level 5 Diploma in Business (Advanced) Level 6 2011 courses start dates: 14 February, 2 May, 25 July and 10 October
  • What you’ll learn … Diploma in Business Level 5 Diploma in Business (Advanced) Level 6 Do you aspire to start your own business? Or are you eager to work in a managerial role? NZMA offers a one-year or a two-year diploma that is recognised by universities across Australia, the USA and the UK. In partnership with Edexcel, UK’s largest awarding body offering academic and vocational qualifications both within the UK and internationally. You can do a Diploma in Business Level 5 (one-year) or a Diploma in Business (Advanced) Level 6 (two-years).  This qualification is a UK based qualification that has been accredited by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).
  • Course Content Diploma in Business Level 5
    • Marketing
    • Business Environment
    • Managing Financial Resources & Decisions
    • Organisations & Behaviour
    • Business Decision Making
    • Managing Human Resources
    • Employee Relations
    • Common Law
    • Research Project
    • Business Strategy
  • Course Content – Diploma in Business (Advanced) Level 6 BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business
    • 1 Year additional study after completion of the Diploma in Business Level 5 .
    • In the second year students will study one of the five major specialisations:
    • Management
    • Marketing
    • Finance
    • E-Business Strategies
    • Information Technology
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    • Four modules from the following must also be selected;
    • MS Office Solution Development
    • Operations Management
    • Financial Services
    • Industry Experience (Internship)
    • Administrative Practices and Procedures
    • Project Management
    • Microeconomics
    • Macroecomincs  
    • Note: Offering of specialisation majors is subject to minimum enrolment numbers. 
  • What you will qualify with...
    • Year 1 - Diploma in Business Level 5
    • BTEC Higher National Certificate in Business (UK)
    • Diploma in Business Level 5 (NZ Qualification)
    • Year 2 - Diploma in Business (Advanced) Level 6
    • (in addition to the Year 1 qualifications)
    • BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business (UK)
    • Diploma in Business (Advanced) Level 6 (Major Specialisation)
  • Pathway to Universities
    • On completion of the Diploma in Business (Advanced) Level 6 students have the opportunity to pathway to Universities in the UK, USA and Australia.
    • 58 Universities in the UK
    • 11 Universities in the USA
    • 5 Universities in Australia
    • 2 Universities in New Zealand
  • Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5 2011 start dates: 14 February, 2 May, 25 July and 10 October
  • What you’ll learn - Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5 Passionate about pursuing a dynamic career in hospitality management? You’ll need superior qualifications to achieve your goals NZMA’s Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5 will give you a leading edge. Highly relevant and well respected by hospitality employers, this 1 year programme will thoroughly prepare you for the realities and demands of a management level career in hospitality. You’ll explore the many disciplines associated with the hospitality industry and earn an internationally recognised, and NZQA-accredited qualification. You will also gain the City and Guilds International Award in Barista when you complete the Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5!
  • Course Content – Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5
    • Food and Beverage Operations
    • Food and Society
    • Food Hygiene and the Environment
    • Safety, Security and Hygiene in the work place (practical component)
    • Rooms Division Operations
    • Customer Service
    • Restaurant Service (practical component)
    • Management Accounting for Hospitality
    • On-License Trade Management
    • Bar and Beverage Production and Service (practical component)
    • The Contemporary Hospitality Industry
    • Principles and Practices of Hospitality Management
    • Industry and Engagement and Analysis
    • Product Knowledge and Operational Procedures  (practical component)
  • What you will qualify with...
    • Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5
    • BTEC Higher National Certificate in Hospitality Management
    • City & Guilds International Awards in Barista
    • Hospitality Standards Institute Certificate of Achievement in Basic Food Safety
    • Hospitality Standards Institute License Controller Qualification
  • Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6 (with Specialisation) 2011 start dates: 14 February, 2 May, 25 July and 10 October
  • Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6 - with Specialisation Do you want to take you hospitality skills to the next level? NZMA’s Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6 will allow to select your area of specialisation. NZMA’s Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6 is 20 weeks of study upon completion of NZMA’s Level 5 Diploma. The programme is approved by NZQA and Edexcel (UK). Advanced standing may be available allowing eligible students to complete this qualification in 12 months instead of 18.
  • Course Content – Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6
    • Three Major specialisations are available:
    • Advanced Hospitality Management
    • Licensed Retail
    • Leisure and Tourism
  • What you will qualify with...
    • In additional to the qualifications achieved at Level 5, students can receive three international diplomas for the price of one.
    • NZMA Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 6
    • BTEC Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management
    • City & Guilds Diploma in Food and Beverage Service
  • Diploma in Applied Hospitality Management Level 6 2011 start dates: 14 February, 2 May, 25 July and 10 October
    • Diploma in Applied Hospitality Management
    • Level 6 - with Paid Internship
    • Do you want to extend your work experience and skills in New Zealand by another six months? Complete NZMA’s Diploma in Applied Hospitality Management Level 6 with paid internship.
    • The programme is approved by NZQA and the internship is 600 hours.
    • Benefits to Students who complete the internship include:
    • Enhanced practical skills
    • References from a New Zealand Employer
    • Complete a research project in the industry
    • Extend you work experience in New Zealand
  • Certificate in Hospitality and Employment Skills Level 4 2011 start dates: 17 January, 4 April and 20 June
  • What you’ll learn - NZMA Certificate in Hospitality and Employment Skills Level 4 The hospitality industry is as diverse as it is dynamic. It promises careers which can take you not just around New Zealand but all over the globe. Whether you’re after a job on a cruise liner, in a cocktail bar or a hotel, NZMA has the ideal qualification to get you started. Our practical Level 4 Certificate in Hospitality and Employment Skills will give you an excellent introduction to all aspects of the industry. You’ll come away with relevant, specialised knowledge of hospitality skills and beverage operations and an NZQA-accredited qualification.
  • What you will qualify with...
    • NZMA Certificate in Hospitality (Food & Beverage Service) Level 4
    • Hospitality Standards Institute Certificates of Achievement in
    • Customer Service
    • Food and Safety
  • And best of all, a free employment service Study a diploma with School of Business & Hospitality Management and our FREE Redfish Employment service will help you to get a job: Our Success = Our Students Success
    • Develop your CV and interviewing skills
    • Redfish introduces you to potential employers
    • Well respected employer partners including Air NZ, SkyCity, Hilton
    • Employment days with key industry companies
  • The power of one The great thing is that you can find it all in the same place www.nzma.ac.nz
  • Example Package 12 WEEKS General English 80 WEEKS National Diploma in Hospitality Management 12 WEEKS English for Hospitality 2 YEARS Redfish Employment (IELTS 4.0) Fees $3,400 (IELTS 4.0) Fees $3,400 (IELTS 5.0) Fees $35,000 (minus $1,020 Fern credit) FREE Total Fees = $40,780 for complete package www.nzma.ac.nz