Diploma2018-11-22T11:24:55+00:00

NZ-Diploma (Typically 2 Years, Level 5 and 6)
Ara Diploma in Information & Communication Technologies Link
EIT Diploma in Recreation & Sport Link
Ara Diploma in Accounting Link
OP Diploma in Accounting Link
EIT Diploma in Applied Business Link
EIT Diploma in Applied Science Link
OP Diploma in Applied Sport and Exercise Leadership (Personal Training) Link
OP Diploma in Applied Sport and Exercise Leadership (Sport Management) Link
OP Diploma in Applied Travel & Tourism Link
OP Diploma in Architectural Draughting Link
OP Diploma in Avalanche Studies Link
Ara Diploma in Business Link
OP Diploma in Business Studies Link
OP Diploma in Ceramic Arts Link
Ara Diploma in Computer Aided Design (CAD) Link
Ara Diploma in Computer Networking Link
UCOL Diploma in Construction Link
UCOL Diploma in Contemporary Music Performance Link
EIT Diploma in Design Technology (CAD) PDF: Diploma in Design Technology (CAD)
Ara Diploma in Digital Video Post Production Link
Ara Diploma in Enrolled Nursing Link
UCOL Diploma in Enrolled Nursing Link
Ara Diploma in Environmental & Outdoor Leadership Link
Ara Diploma in Fashion Technology & Design Link
UCOL Diploma in Furniture Design and Making Link
UCOL Diploma in Glass Design and Production Link
EIT Diploma In Grapegrowing And Winemaking Diploma In Grapegrowing And Winemaking
EIT Diploma in Hardware and Operating Systems Link
OP Diploma in Horticulture Link
EIT Diploma in Horticulture Link
Ara Diploma in Human Resource Management Link
OP Diploma in Human Resource Management Link
EIT Diploma in Information & Communications Technology Link
UCOL Diploma in Information and Communications Technology Link
CPIT Diploma in Interior Design (Residential) Link
UCOL Diploma in Interior Design Link
Ara Diploma in Marketing Link
OP Diploma in Marketing Link
EIT Diploma in Multimedia and Web Development Link
OP Diploma in Outdoor Leadership and Management Link
UCOL Diploma in Performing Arts Link
Ara Diploma in Photographic Imaging Link
UCOL Diploma in Photographic Imaging Link
OP Diploma in Professional Cookery/Chef Practice Link
UCOL Diploma in Professional Chef Practice Link
EIT Diploma in Professional Cookery/Chef Practice Link
Ara Diploma in Professional Cookery/Chef Practice Link
Ara Diploma in Professional Photography Link
EIT Diploma in Programming Link
EIT Diploma in Screen Production Link
EIT Diploma in Therapeutic & Sports Massage Link
EIT Diploma in Tourism & Travel Link
UCOL Diploma in Veterinary Nursing Link
EIT Diploma in Visual Arts & Design Link
OP Diploma in Viticulture Link
EIT Diploma in Wine Marketing Link
Ara National Diploma in Architectural Technology Link
Ara National Diploma in Construction Management Link
OP National Diploma in Construction Management Link
OP National Diploma in Hospitality (Management) Link
Ara National Diploma in Hospitality (Management) Link
Ara National Diploma in Mental Health (Mental Health Support Work) Link
Ara National Diploma in Quantity Surveying Link
OP National Diploma in Quantity Surveying Link
UCOL National Diploma in Science Link
EIT New Zealand Diploma in Business Link
UCOL New Zealand Diploma in Business Link
OP New Zealand Diploma in Business Link
Ara New Zealand Diploma in Business Link
Ara NZ Diploma in Engineering (Civil) Link
OP NZ Diploma in Engineering (Civil) Link
OP NZ Diploma in Engineering (Electrical) Link
OP NZ Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical) Link
Ara NZ Diploma in Engineering (Electrical) Link
Ara NZ Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical) Link
UCOL NZ Diploma in Engineering (Electrical Engineering) (Power Specialisation) Link
Ara NZIM Diploma in Management Link

Ara = Ara Institute of Canterbury (Ara) (formerly: CPIT)
EIT = Eastern Institute of Technology
UCOL = Universal College of Learning
OP = Otago Polytechnic

Diploma

Ein Diploma ist in der Regel ein zweijähriger Studiengang (Level 5 & 6). Nach erfolgreichem Abschluss erhält der Absolvent eine Diploma-Urkunde. Die Studienzeit kann auf einen Bachelorstudiengang angerechnet werden.

In Neuseeland werden jedem Studienjahr egal in welchem Studiengang sogenannte Levels zugeordnet, das 1. Studienjahr entspricht Level 5, das 2. Jahr Level 6 und das dritte Jahr Level 7. Alle Studienabschlüsse bauen stringent aufeinander auf.