What do you want to study?
The subject of Sports Coaching looks at the theory and practice of effective sport coaching.
Studying statistics at university involves learning how to collect and interpret data to provide answers to our questions.
Surveyors collect and analyse information related to land, water and natural resources in order to be able to determine legal property boundaries.
Through studying Taxation at university you will gain an understanding of how the New Zealand taxation system works and how this system is applied in a business environment.
Māori Studies will enable you to develop a rich appreciation and knowledge of Māori language and culture.
Telecommunications is used as a general term to cover the various technologies that send information over distances. This includes devices such as mobile phones,...
Tiling deals with the laying and grouting of floor and wall tiles.
After studying Tongan a university you will have the ability to both speak and write the language.
Tourism is the study of global travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes.
With our beautiful landscapes and friendly faces, tourism is one of New Zealand’s largest industries. Help contribute to the further development of this industry with an education in Tourism Management.
Truck Driving courses at tertiary level are designed to teach you the skills and techniques you need to transport goods by heavy road vehicle safely and efficiently.
The study of Veterinary Nursing involves gaining knowledge of advanced veterinary and intensive care nursing, as well as developing practical skills and an understanding of their ethical and welfare implications
The subject of Veterinary Science is concerned with the treatment and research of disease, disorder and injury in animals.
Visual Arts is a practical skill - you will learn core skills in a wide range of classical and contemporary visual art practices.
Viticulture is the science, production and study of grapes, which deals with the series of events that usually occur at a vineyard. Whereas Wine Science covers all areas of wine and winemaking.
Water Resource Management is concerned with the science of water and the technologies we have in place for its use and management.
Welding courses will equip you with the skills to make, join and repair the metal parts for a range of machinery and equipment.
The field of Women’s Studies examines women and their relative status in society by analysing issues surrounding power and social inequalities.
Writing Studies involves learning about the theory and practice of writing in different situations - academic, professional, creative and critical.
The study of Youth Services Practices primarily involves learning the skills and strategies needed to successfully enter into social work practice.