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40 weeks full-time including 6 weeks of study break
2018 Programme fees approx $4664 plus $240 Student Services levy, depending on course selection. 2019 Programme fees approx $4,744 plus $240 Student Services levy, depending on course selection.
Fees listed are for each year of the programme, indicative only and may vary with course selection. View course details for individual fees.
NZ2459 - New Zealand Diploma in Business (Level 5)
If you are already carving out your career path in the corporate sector and you need additional skills, then undertaking the New Zealand Diploma in Business could be the answer
This 1 year (full time) or part-time equivalent programme has been developed in collaboration with industry.
Your 120 credits will be made up of eight 15 credit courses. Each course is eight weeks long, with a short break in the middle. You can take up to two courses at a time to be considered a full-time student.
Study face-to-face on our Nelson or Marlborough campus, or study completely online through the TANZ eCampus online learning platform (find out more).
There is more to management than being a good leader. It means having an understanding of the complexities of management processes, planning, and the New Zealand business environment.
Advance yourself – gain the tools to motivate, engage, make a change, achieve objectives, manage workflows and ensure you are meeting all your necessary legal and organisational requirements as a manager.
From day one on the New Zealand Diploma in Business (Leadership and Management) at NMIT you will be applying what you learn to real world scenarios.
Students spend half their time in a traditional classroom environment and the other half working through challenges as part of a business team. Organising events, balancing project budgets, negotiating contracts are just some examples of the skills you will be practicing.
Industry have told us that the life skills learners gain from applied learning is vital in their ability to hit the ground running when they graduate.