Diploma in Electronics and Telecommunications
2018 intake dates: 11 Jan, 22 Feb, 21 Jun, 23 Aug, 13 Sept
New Zealand’s electronics and telecommunications industry is a major growth industry, and this diploma will get you well on your way to a career in this exciting field.
Content & delivery
Delivered by: Concordia Institute of Business
This programme will help develop advanced skills in electronic circuitry and telecommunications engineering technology.
You will gain complex technical competence in electronic devices, electronic communications technologies such as radio, integrated electronics systems and the software used to apply them.
You must study all core papers along with two elective papers.
Elective papers will be open subject to number of students.
*You may be eligible for up to 50% RPL and credit transfer which will reduce your study time to one year.
Core papers: compulsory
- Engineering Mathematics
- Electrical Principles, Circuits and Electrical
- Digital Electronics
- Electronic Communication Systems
- Data Communications and Networking
- Antenna and Wave Propagation
- Control Systems
- Cellular and Mobile Communications
- Microwave and Radar Engineering
- Broadband Communications
- Positioning Communication Systems
- Power Electronics
- Digital Control Systems
On completion of this programme
Graduates of this Diploma may pursue career opportunities in a wide range of roles in the electronics and telecommunications industries i.e. electronics engineering technologist, electronics engineering assistant, sales/services representative, computer systems technologist, telecommunications technician/installer, field service representative or research technician.
To gain entry to this programme you will need:
- A Level 5 qualification in the field of electronics and telecommunications; or
- equivalent skills and knowledge
If you are coming from overseas, to be eligible for this course you must:
- be 18 years of age or older
- provide evidence of an IELTS overall band score of at least 6.0 (Academic), with no individual band less than 5.5; or
- have a Pearson Test with overall score of 50 and above; or
- pass our English Entry Test (for limited nationalities only).
*If you are a New Zealand student under 20 years of age, there are additional entry requirements. Please contact us for more information.
First year fees:
- Tuition - $16250
- Resource - $2500
- Registration - $250
- Insurance (14 months) - $550
- Bank fee - $50
Total 1st year - $19600
Second year fees:
- Tuition - $11000
- Resource - $750
- Insurance - $300
Total 2nd year - $12050
Total fees for two years - $31650
How to apply
- 1 Apply online
Receive an OOP
Offer of Place will give advice on programme fees, insurance, date and methods of payment
Sign one copy of the Offer of Place and return it, with full payment of all fees, by the due date
When we receive your fees, we will send you an official fee receipt
Apply for visa
Once your student visa is approved, we will arrange your accommodation (if you wish) and airport pick-up