The aim of this programme is to advance key understandings about New Zealand’s history, culture, lifestyle, work and business plus other areas the learner is interested in. Graduates of this programme will develop more in-depth understandings and skills that help them to thrive in New Zealand.
This programme is delivered through face to face or full or part-time interactive online mode.
A minimum of 6 enrolled learners is required to start any programme.
The programme is 10 weeks full time face to face or 50 weeks part-time face to face or online.
Entry is open to those over 18 years of age
Applicants must submit an application form and CV and may be interviewed before acceptance
CACS 300;History and Culture of New Zealand; Advanced;80
CACS 301;Living in New Zealand; Advanced;80
CACS 303;Work and Business in New Zealand; Advanced;80
Electives (Elect 2)
CACS 304;Study Skills; Advanced;80
CACS 305;Writing Skills; Advanced;80
CACS 306;Whakatoo Te Reo (Indigenous New Zealand language); Advanced;80
CACS 307;English in New Zealand; Advanced;80
CACS 308;Next Steps: Special Project; Advanced;80
CACS 309;Arts in New Zealand; Advanced;80
CACS 310;Sport In New Zealand; Advanced;80
Payment accepted in NZ dollars, US dollars or Euros.
Investment for 1 paper
Programme (if paid at one point in time)
Annual Programme Start Dates
January, April, July and October of each year.
Each paper in most of the programmes may be completed in ten weeks full time face to face
Induction & Orientation Programme
This will be held a week before your programme starts to help you succeed and to understand the systems that will support your programme and the staff who will work with you. A Graduation ceremony will follow programme completion.
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