The minimum age requirement for international students studying at NZMA is 17 years of age
Some programmes have specific academic or skill requirements. Often these can be met by completing a lower-level programme.
You must demonstrate a level of English language proficiency that meets the IELTS requirement for your level of study. There are many alternative ways to demonstrate your level of proficiency and your enrolments advisor can help assist you with this process. When staircasing, you must demonstrate that you meet the IELTS level or equivalent of the higher-level programme you are staircasing into.
All NZMA courses are taught in English. The following levels are considered as acceptable for entrance to our courses:
If you are serious about studying in New Zealand, it is important to have a strong command of the English language as all our courses are taught in English. If you need to improve your English before studying with us, you can study with ACG English School or Campbell Institute who offer flexible and intensive English courses in a supportive and caring environment.
Students must understand that full disclosure of their level of English, educational achievements, transcripts, and insurance is vital to ensure that there are no repercussions that may occur due to non-disclosure.