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Why New Zealand?
ew Zealand's education system is based on the prestigious British system. NZ institutes offer world class facilities, resources and faculties. Through NZ qualifications students can take transfers throughout the world, as NZ qualifications in recognized worldwide.
There are 8 Universities, 23 Polytechnics or Institutes of Technology (ITP's) and 860 Private Training Establishments (PTE's) in New Zealand.
New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) is responsible for approving and registering all courses and national qualifications offered at polytechnics and private training establishments. NZQA is also responsible for accrediting and registering PTE's. In order to offer NZQA approved courses a PTE must be a registered provider with NZQA.
New Zealand Vice-Chancellors' Committee (NZVCC) is responsible for approving all diplomas, undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by the New Zealand universities.
ITPNZ - Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics of New Zealand is responsible for overseeing and approving all local qualifications offered at polytechnics.
There are 10 levels of study in New Zealand schools and universities. The lowest level is a certificate and the highest is a doctoral degree.
- Certificates are levels 1 to 4
- Diplomas are levels 5 and 6
- Bachelor's degrees and graduate diplomas are level 7
- Postgraduate certificates and diplomas, and bachelor's degrees with honours are level 8
- Master's degrees are level 9
- Doctoral degrees are level 10.