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NorthTec

Institute of Technology and Polytechnic

Being located in the biggest city in the northland of New Zealand, Whangarei, NorthTec is the only public tertiary education institution in the Northland.
 
NorthTec has opened a campus in Auckland, where we offer No Fee English Scholarship for each student for 17 weeks. Simply pay a bond of $5760 upon your start with our English program. After these 17 weeks, if you can successfully pass our tests, your bond will be credited into your mainstream study tuition fee.
 
We have courses covering levels of Certificates, Diplomas and Degrees, ranging from Level 3 to Level 7. Our broad fields of study include agriculture, business, IT, accounting, cookery, hospitality, applied art, law, nursing, environmental protection, digital media and sound and video studies.

Contact NorthTec
Physical address

Raumanga Valley Rd, Raumanga
0110 Whangarei
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Phone numbers

64 9 470 3783

  • Number of students: 3,500
  • Number of international students: 200
  • Male and Female

Qualifications available

  • Diploma
  • Certificate III
  • Certificate IV
  • Graduate Diploma
  • Bachelor Degree
 
 
Many overseas students choose Northland because of its warm climate. It’s known in New Zealand as the ‘winterless north’. The area has beautiful beaches, forests, lakes and rivers. Māori culture is rich and vibrant.

Whangarei, Northland’s largest centre, means ‘cherished harbour’ and the small coastal town certainly lives up to its name.

Northland is a popular holiday destination for Aucklanders who fish, dive and sail in the stunning Bay of Islands. Take a cruise and you’ll almost always see dolphins.

Northland is where European history in New Zealand began and there are fascinating historic Māori and European settler sites to visit.
Main centres: 

Kerikeri, Paihia, Whangarei

Towns: 

Ahipara, Cape Reinga, Dargaville, Okaihau, Kaikohe, Omapere/Opononi, Kaitaia, Rawene, Kohukohu, Tutukaka

Regional information provided by Tourism New Zealand
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