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Study Engineering

Funnel your creative and innovative energy into an engineering career. Engineering skills are in constant demand. Our diploma in engineering has two specialised strands, allowing you to focus on the discipline you enjoy the most. Enjoy a balance of practical and theory-based study which will set you up for an exciting career.


New Zealand Diploma in Engineering - Civil

Become an engineering technician, specialising in civil engineering. Learn highly sought-after skills, that will allow graduates to work on engineering projects in Aotearoa and around the world. The diploma is accredited nationally and internationally.

  • Level 6
  • 2 years, full-time (part-time options)

New Zealand Diploma in Engineering - Mechanical

Become a fully qualified mechanical engineering technician. Put engineering theory into practice and perform technical mechanical operations to professional standards. Become the driver of change, working on projects that are innovative and essential. The diploma is accredited both nationally and internationally.

  • Level 6
  • 2 years, full-time (part-time options)

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Use the knowledge and skills you already have to fast-track your qualification with minimum cost. Workplace-learning, volunteering, professional development, other provider qualifications and online courses or units can be recognised as prior learning and put towards your future diploma or degree.

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