Wintec welcomes students with Cambridge International AS/A Levels. Cambridge International AS/A Levels provide a reliable measure of a student's knowledge and skills in the subject studied. AS Level is recognised for the purpose of admission to foundation, sub-degree level programmes and some bachelor degrees at Wintec. A Level is recognised for the purpose of admission to bachelor degrees at Wintec.
Students will need to meet any other entry requirements (e.g. English language requirements) as outlined in Wintec's Academic Regulations and Programme Regulations.
Specific Programme Regulations may include additional requirements, including, but not limited to:
- Higher academic admission requirements
- Achievement in specific subjects
- Relevant practical or industry experience and/or employment
International qualification equivalence is determined on a case-by-case basis and final decisions are made by the relevant Head of School/Centre Director or designated nominee.
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Wintec, one of New Zealand's leading institutes of technology, helps drive the development of a skilled workforce not only in New Zealand, but around the world. We are a modern institute of technology with a reputation for providing quality education. Our graduates are work-ready and in demand by employers.
Our students learn professional and vocational skills in stimulating and supportive environments. We offer training in engineering, trades, science, technology, agriculture, sport, health and social services, education, business and manufacturing, tourism, hospitality, events, English Language, media and the creative industries. Our qualifications range from certificates and diplomas to degrees and postgraduate qualifications.
We employ staff with industry knowledge, often practicing professionals in their given fields of expertise. Their knowledge is passed on to our students through effective teaching, combined with state-of-the-art technology and modern campus facilities.
To ensure we meet the needs of the job market, we work closely with employers, industry and community organisations to understand and respond to the skills which are required.
We are an intergral part of our community. Through our graduates, students and staff we contribute positively to the regional and national economy, and continue to play a role in its ongoing prosperity. We are part of a national network of major institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITPs).
Our students come from the Waikato, around New Zealand and the world. We are globally-connected through partnerships with international institutions and many of our programmes are delivered offshore. We are committed to internationalisation.
We have grown from a small technical college in Hamilton, established in 1924 to one of New Zealand's largest tertiary education institutes, with more than 20,000 students.