We're extending our half a degree for free promotion to our Bachelor of Viticulture of Winemaking programme when you enrol in July 2017.
Looking for a career change but concerned about study costs? Enrol on our Bachelor of Viticulture of Winemaking programme for July 2017 and we'll halve your fees.
Yes, that's a saving for all three years.
This is the last time this offer will be available to all domestic, full time students.
Best place to study
Based in Marlborough, New Zealand's largest viticulture and wine production region.
The Marlborough region has over 100 wineries, more than 550 independent growers and 77% of New Zealand's total wine production. NMIT has been delivering viticulture and winemaking programmes since 1991.
This is New Zealand's newest viticulture and winemaking degree, designed to meet current and future needs. 2017 is the third year the programme has run and the half a degree scholarship is only available now, while the programme is being established.
Am I eligible?
You need to be;
- A New Zealand citizen or hold a New Zealand residency permit,
- Studying full time,
- Meet the programme entry requirements.
How do I get the offer?
Simply apply for the Bachelor of Viticulture and Winemaking for July 2017 and we will automatically apply the fee discount.
- The value of each scholarship will cover 50% of the tutorial fee component only of the total enrolment fee for 3 Years (6 semesters). Recipients are to be invoiced 50% of tutorial fees per year.
- Applicants must study full time consecutively for three years. Applicants who discontinue study during this period will forfeit their scholarship on return to study, except in the case of student exchange. Applicants may be granted a scholarship where timetabling prevents full-time study.
- Not available retrospectively.
- Scholarship cannot be taken in conjunction with any other NMIT funded scholarship in one academic year.
- You are agreeing to participate in any NMIT promotions associated with this scholarship.
- Should you leave before the completion of your degree, or do not successfully pass your courses, that ongoing provision of your scholarship may be reconsidered, at the discretion of the Director of Marketing and International Development.
The Scholarship does not include;
- Course materials fee
- Course related materials
- Student Services Levy
- Any additional credits over and above the minimum credits required to complete the degree or similar
- Costs associated with repeating courses after the 3 year period
- Costs associated with repeating assessments
- Fees for NMIT courses completed prior to the scholarship being awarded
- Courses studied that are not part of or cross-creditable to the NMIT degree programme being studied (Refer to the appropriate programme regulations).
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