In addition to course pre-requisites, the following requirements must be met for studying at our Institute of IT Training:

For Level 5 courses:

Students must be at least 18 years old and have met the English Language requirement- IELTS Overall Band Score 5.5.

For Level 6 courses:

Students must be at least 18 years old and have met the English Language requirement- IELTS Overall Band Score 6.0

For Level 7 courses:

Students must be at least 18 years old and have met the English Language requirement-  IELTS Overall Band Score 6.0.

An aptitude test may apply for some programmes verifying student suitability if the course pre-requisites have not been met.

Conditions of Acceptance

All students must complete the ITTI enrolment form and sign an agreement with ITTI accepting the Terms and Conditions of Study and have made payment in full prior to course commencement.

Entry Requirements for International Students

An International Student is any student who:

  1. Does not have New Zealand residency or citizenship and
  2. Does not have refugee status

Note: Students from Australia, Niue, the Cook Islands, and Tokelau are counted as having New Zealand residency for the purposes of study.

To apply for an academic programme, all International students must provide:

  • A completed and signed Student Enrolment form which can be downloaded from our website: Enrol, or contact us by email or telephone, and we will post/email or fax you a copy.
  • Proof of your English ability (one of the following: recent IELTS or TOEFL test results or evidence that your medium of instruction has been English). Persons not meeting the above criteria can appear for an internal English Language Test which is conducted at the school.
  • A notarised English translation of your academic records, from your highest level of academic study
  • If you are still at school, a copy of your most recent school report
  • Details of any relevant work experience you would like us to consider
  • Registration fees in form of a bank cheque or draft of NZ$200 in the name of IT Training Limited to cover the administration cost.

All applications will be responded to promptly. It usually takes 2 – 3 working days to assess an application and make a decision. In busy seasons it may take up to 5 working days.

If you do not meet some of the requirements, you may be sent a Conditional Offer of Place. When you meet the stated requirement(s), send the evidence to ITTI for a final Offer of Place. You generally cannot use a Conditional Offer of Place to pay your fees or apply for a Visa.

When you meet the requirements and are accepted into a programme we will send you the following documents:

  1. Offer of Place (including Accommodation Guarantee)
  2. Information pack including medical insurance information, campus map, orientation information etc
  3. Receipt for your registration fees

Once you have received your final (unconditional) Offer of Place, you can pay your tuition fees and arrange your accommodation, insurance, and travel. Do not send any tuition fees to ITTI until your Offer of Place is unconditional (unless you have been contacted specially.)

Your Conditional Offer of Place will show the academic tuition fees per year. This is quoted in New Zealand dollars and covers a full-time programme, including course materials.

Credit Transfers for International Students

ITTI will accept credits gained by a student in any other institution locally or overseas. The Academic Manager at ITTI will assess all application requests for Credit Transfers.

Please write to:
The Academic Manager
Information Technology Training Institute
PO Box 18023
Glen Innes
Auckland 1072
New Zealand

For any queries please email enquiries@itti.ac.nz.

Some useful information for international students about how to go about applying to study an IT course at ITTI, in Auckland, New Zealand.

Application for Enrolment

Complete your Enrolment Application Form, and remit together with any copies of documentation required to support your application. These might include qualifications to support prior learning, or references to support work experience. Your application must include a registration fee of $NZ200.

These should be emailed to enquiries@itti.ac.nz or posted to:

The International Manager
Information Technology Training Institute
P.O. Box 18 023
111 Apirana Avenue
Glen Innes
Auckland 1072
New Zealand

Unconditional Offer of Place

Once you have received your Unconditional Offer of Place and have met ITTI’s conditions, you can pay your tuition fees, and arrange your accommodation, insurance, and air travel. You should not send any money other than your registration fee, until your Offer of Place is unconditional.

The amount you pay for your tuition fee per academic year is indicated on your Offer of Place. The tuition fee quoted is in New Zealand dollars and covers a full-time programme.

Please read the Conditional Offer of Place very carefully for instructions on how to pay. To pay your tuition fees and accommodation, we suggest you use one of the following methods:

Bank draft or cheque

Payment can be made by bank draft or bank cheque in New Zealand dollars, for the total amount stated on your Offer of Place.

Please make sure that your full name, your programme, and your reference number are written on the back of the draft document.

All cheques must be made out to Public Trust A/C ITTI, New Zealand.

If in New Zealand, you can bring your Offer of Place with your bank or personal cheque to the Campus and pay to:

The Recruitment Manager
Information Technology Training Institute
111 Apirana Avenue
Glen Innes
Auckland

Telegraphic Transfer

A quick method of payment from outside New Zealand is by telegraphic transfer. Please contact your bank for details on this form of payment. ITTI’s Trust fund bank details are as follows:

Account name: Public Trust A/C ITTI
Bank name: Bank of New Zealand
Branch: Level 5, 280 Queen Street, Auckland
Account no: 02 0536 0305865 01

Please ensure that your full name and reference number are clearly stated on the bank transfer document. Once you have arranged your telegraphic transfer, please advise ITTI by faxing a copy of the bank transfer document to +64 9 528 6550

You will receive an official ITTI receipt when your payment has been received. This receipt is essential for lodging your Student Visa – keep it in a safe place.

To begin with reassessment and appeals should be dealt with internally – kept within the institute. If you believe that your work has been assessed unfairly, you must first discuss the matter with your teacher. If you remain dissatisfied with the assessment, ask the Student Services & Relationship Manager for help to appeal to the Management Team at New Zealand School of Education. This step will be recorded on the “Fix-It” Form.

External appeals may be used when an assessment matter cannot be settled within the institute. The Student Services & Relationship Manager can advise on how to make such an appeal. External appeals are made to the person who moderates ITTI assessments. The final source of appeal is to:

New Zealand Qualifications Authority
PO Box 160
Wellington
New Zealand