Full time or part time
3 years full time or 4-6 years part time study
Dependent on course selection - 2020: Year One $7,360: Year Two $7,272: Year Three $7,272 plus $240 Student Services Levy per year; 2021: Year One $7,504: Year Two $7,272: Year Three $7,272 plus $240 Student Services Levy per year
A Compulsory Student Services Fee also applies ($240 for fulltime students).
Fees listed are for each year of the programme, indicative only and may vary with course selection. View course details for individual fees.
NE4864 - Bachelor of Viticulture and Winemaking
Come study in the best region for viticulture & winemaking.
|If you achieved University Entrance (UE) in 2020, the entry requirements for this programme may differ from those displayed on this page and in printed material due to the disruption caused by COVID-19. To find out about entry requirements for those who achieve UE in 2020 see the NZQA website(external link).
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.
You will gain an in-depth, professional degree covering both growing grapes (viticulture) and winemaking. It includes a six-week practical vintage, vineyard experience and a final year research project.
One of the strengths of this qualification is the range of tutors and points of view you will receive. All staff are either currently, or have in the past, worked in industry. Tutors include Glenn Kirkwood, Ann Baker, Claudia Small, Dion Mundy, Nadine Worley, Ngarita Warden, Dr. Stewart Field, Dr. Tanya Rutan, Alejandra Ruiz and Catherine Harris.
You will be taught by well qualified, industry experienced staff and Plant and Food Research scientists. You will be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to work in the industry because the programme was developed in consultation with key industry players including Pernod Ricard, Indevin, Wither Hills, WaterForce, Wine Marlborough and Plant and Food Research.
The Bachelor of Viticulture and Winemaking is suitable for you whether you are a high school graduate, you are wishing to change careers, or you are currently working in the wine industry and want to gain a qualification while in your existing employment.
You can study full, part time or online.
If you want to study online, you must be working in industry and need to complete residential schools in Marlborough for 5 courses (4-5 days each) over the degree.
Online students communicate with tutors via moodle, SKYPE and online forums.
I am Ngarita Warden and I teach two winemaking programmes at the NMIT Marlborough campus in the wine science departments.
I teach wine science on the Bachelor of Viticulture and Winemaking programme and also teach Cellar Operations, the level three introduction to winemaking programme.