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Global Pathways to New Zealand:
Students who complete 3 years of successful study towards a bachelors degree at NCU's School of Information Engineering will be admitted to the University of Canterbury Certificate of Proficiency. Students will be awarded both a NCU bachelor's degree and a UC Certificate of Proficiency. Successful graduates will be admitted to a University of Canterbury Master of Business Information Systems (3 years + 1 year + 1 year).
New Zealand Qualification
Information Systems is a fast-expanding industry and the point where business studies and information technology meet. Information systems are a major part of many organisations and impact business operations on a day-to-day basis through mobile phones, Enews, and the internet. As a result there has been an increasing demand for 'tech-savvy' people to create and run these systems.
UC's Master of Business Information Systems (MBIS) aims to address high-level skills shortages in the rapidly growing ICT industry, and to meet the growing demand for work-ready graduates in Aotearoa New Zealand and abroad. The MBIS equips graduates, including those from a non-Information Systems or Commerce background, with specialist knowledge and skills applicable to managing the use of technology and technology-driven innovations in business.
The MBIS sits within the Business Taught Masters programme as part of a suite of taught master’s degrees that cater for graduates with a background in an unrelated field.
To be eligible for entry into this pathway from NCU, students must achieve a cumulative average grade of 70% or higher during their three years of study at NCU and achieve a minimum score of or IELTS overall 6.0 with no less than 5.5 in each band, or 530 in the CET (Chinese College English Test) Band 4 or a minimum score of 500 in CET Band 6. As an alternative to the IELTS or CET, students can satisfy UC’s minimum English language requirements as set out at UC website.
Students who, during their first year of study in this pathway at UC, complete at least 105 points (with at least 60 points at a 200-level or higher) with an average grade of 70% (B) or higher will be given special consideration for admission into a UC Master degree. The regulations for Master degrees at UC can be found at UC website.
Admission to different master programme may differ. Please contact UC for more detailed information.
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