NorthTec can help after NCEA results

17 January 2017

NorthTec can help after NCEA results

NorthTec enrolment advisors are available to help secondary school students following today’s release of National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) results.

The enrolments team can give advice on future study plans. For students who have passed their UE, NorthTec gives the option to study one of six bachelor’s degree programmes while staying close to home.

NorthTec can also offer bridging options, giving a second chance at gaining a university place, for those who are disappointed by their NCEA results.

With the first semester of 2017 getting under way in February, students still have time to enrol for NorthTec programmes, which range from fees-free study at level 2 up to postgraduate diplomas.

They include a range of practical, hands-on programmes with a strong focus on workforce preparation, ranging from trades, hospitality and the primary industries to science, commerce and the arts.

Whatever their subject or study level, NorthTec students are supported to complete their qualifications successfully and move into further study or employment.

NorthTec has campuses and learning centres throughout Northland, in Whangarei, Dargaville, Kaikohe, Kerikeri, Rāwene and Kaitaia, with additional community-based locations.

Any students or parents who would like advice following NCEA results can call NorthTec on 0800 162 100. Information about all programmes is also available at www.northtec.ac.nz.