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Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY OR POLYTECHNIC

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

Address

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
Nelson campus
322 Hardy Street
Nelson Central
Nelson-Marlborough
7010

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Phone number

+64 3 546 9175

NMIT was established in 1905 and is a large government owned institute situated in the sunniest region of New Zealand.NMIT is classed as a Category 1' institution, the highest ranking possible, by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). NMIT delivers technical, vocational and professional education at tertiary level. Our programmes create work-ready, world-readygraduates tomeet thelocal, national and international job market needs. Students choose to study at NMIT for its world-class facilities, high standards of achievement, and personal attention from staff. NMIT offers many world-class qualifications from certificate to degree and postgraduate diploma level.

NMIT programme areas include: Aquaculture, Arts and Media, Business Management, Digital Technology, Conservation, Cookery and Hospitality, Counselling and Social Work, English Language, Fitness, Foundation Studies, Hair and Beauty, Health and Nursing, Horticulture, Maritime Studies, Tourism and Travel, andViticulture and Wine. For more information about NMIT's exciting programmes please go to www.nmit.ac.nz

Key information

  • Male and Female

    Male and Female

  • 7500
    approx

    Total number of students

  • 1700
    approx

    International students

  • Multiple Regions

    Multiple Regions

More about Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

  • Marlborough Vineyard

    Marlborough Vineyard

  • Exterior Landscape Global Campus

    Exterior Landscape Global Campus

  • G-Block

    G-Block

The Nelson-Marlborough region is at the heart of New Zealand’s aquaculture, horticulture, wine and fishing industries and plays a big role in forestry, aviation and tourism. Students enjoy pristine beaches, exquisite national parks and outdoor activities ranging from kayaking and kite-surfing to biking, hiking and more. Nelson and Blenheim are small, safe cities where students can relax and enjoy the laid-back Kiwi culture as well as great entertainment, cafes, shopping and festivals.

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