New Zealand Diploma in Engineering
2018 intake dates: 11 Jan, 22 Feb, 21 Jun, 23 Aug, 13 Sept
Electrical and Electronics engineering is more than switches and cables – you will also need to think rationally, negotiate the demands of multiple groups, solve problems, and even design new equipment. This course will allow you to add real value to projects, or equip you for further study.
Content & delivery
Delivered by: Concordia Institute of Business
You will learn to apply electrical and electronics engineering theory to practice, and to work with other skilled professions and trades on electrical projects. This course will help you develop rational decision-making skills and the cultural understanding you will need to work with any group of people.
We offer two specialisations: Power and Electronics. Power is a specialisation in Electrical Strand and Electronics is a specialisation in Electronic Strand.
You must study all the common compulsory courses and 4 elective papers.
Learning will be delivered using a blended (face to face) learning approach and you will be encouraged to engage with your fellow students and tutors in class and via your online learning portal.
You will be supported throughout the process by our great facilitators who are professionally qualified and have industry and academic experience to share with you.
Common compulsory courses
- Engineering Fundamentals
- Engineering Mathematics 1
- Technical Literacy
- E-communications (project)
- Electrical Principles
- Electronic Principles
- Electrical and Electronic Applications
- Engineering Management
- Engineering Project
Power Compulsory Courses
- Power Engineering
- Electrical Machines
- PLC Programming 1
Electronics Compulsory Courses
- Computer Programming 1
- Electronic Manufacturing 1
- Computer Programming 2
Power Elective Courses
- PLC Programming 2
- Sustainable Energy and Power Electronics
- Electrical Building Services
- Engineering Mathematics 2
Electronics Elective Courses
- Electronics 1
- Electronics 2
- Microcontrollers 1
- Microcontrollers 2
- Electronic Manufacturing 2
- Engineering Mathematics 2
On completion of this programme
The aim of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering is to provide skilled and competent technicians with an electrical engineering qualification who:
- Will apply engineering theory to practice and competently perform technical operations to the standards and ethical and professional responsibilities required by the engineering profession;
- Have a knowledge sufficient to permit informed, rational decision making in a specialist field of engineering and to implement these decisions;
- Will work collaboratively with construction workers, clients, authorities, agencies, industry and other professionals to provide a comprehensive engineering services in the relevant specialist area; and
- Have an understanding of different cultures and in particular awareness and clear understanding of tangata whenua and the implications of the Treaty of Waitangi and the Resource Management Act.
To be eligible for admission into the programme, the candidate must have:
- a minimum of 48 credits at level 2 in four subjects, including at least 12 credits in mathematics; or
- equivalent qualifications – International Baccalaureate or Cambridge; or have equivalent skills and knowledge.
- You will also need a minimum of 8 literacy credits at level 1 or higher – 4 reading and 4 writing.
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.
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