工程Graduate Diploma in Engineering Technology
- 学费：$21,450 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：Rotokauri Campus
- Have successfully completed a bachelor degree in an engineering discipline (excluding a specialisation in the strand the candidate wishes to complete in this programme) from a New Zealand institution, or from an approved and accredited overseas institution; or
- Have successfully completed the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Level 6) (excluding a specialisation in the strand the candidate wishes to complete in this programme) and have further practical, professional or educational experience of an appropriate kind; or
- Have evidence of equivalent practical, professional or educational experience, as approved by the Centre Director or designated nominee.
The Wintec Graduate Diploma in Engineering Technology is a Level 7, 120 credit programme with strands in Mechanical, Mechatronics, Power, Water and Water Waste, and Roading/Transportation. The programme structure means that candidates must chose a strand at the time of enrolment, and aims to cater for engineering graduates and working engineering professionals wishing to gain further specialist knowledge in an additional discipline area.
The programme also offers the opportunity for those candidates with relevant engineering background and experiences who may wish to gain a formal qualification to recognise that experience.
A 30 credit Engineering Development Project is included that may be research or work placement based, allowing candidates to undertake research in an area of interest which may include working on real industry problems with industry practitioners. The remaining six 15 credit modules are the various Pathway modules from the current Bachelor of Engineering Technology programme.
Students graduating with the Graduate Diploma in Engineering Technology – with a strand – will have the appropriate skills and knowledge to either enter the workforce, or to go on to postgraduate study in an Engineering related area, or to pursue further study and professional development in other areas.
Graduates will be internationally employable in one of the strand/specialisation areas of Engineering practice, and both domestic and international graduates will be able to quickly increase their employability opportunities in areas of engineering-related skill shortages without having to complete a full degree.
Evolution of the job market is predicted to increase the need for engineering technical staff with expertise in more than one technical discipline, and this qualification creates a path to add a specialisation, or a further specialisation to be added to existing qualifications and/or experience.
Note that this qualification does not lead to an automatic professional affiliation and/or recognition with the Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand (Engineers NZ) [IPENZ].
Candidates are required to:
English Language Requirements
Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an overall International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 6.0 or better in the academic band, with a minimum of 6.0 in both the written and speaking bands, and a minimum of 5.5 in both the reading and listening bands; or equivalent.
TOEFL IBT 60, TOEFL PBT score of 550 or Pearson score of 50.
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