NZLC Pathway & Pathway Student Visa
NZLC has an NZQA-approved English proficiency test that we can use to assess our students’ level and recommend them for direct entry into courses at Category 1 & 2 colleges and polytechnics in New Zealand. The NZLC Pathway Programme allows students to have direct entry to those institutions without having to take an IELTS test once they reach the required English level at NZLC and meet other entry conditions. NZLC has established pathways with many tertiary education providers.
NZLC can also organize pathway to many secondary and high schools in New Zealand.
These are some examples of NZLC pathway partners.
• New Zealand Institute of Education
• ATC New Zealand
• Auckland Hotel and Chefs Training School
• Coromandel Outdoor Language Centre
• Darfield High SchoolEastern Institute of Technology
• Elite Management School
• International Travel College
• Kiwi institute of Training and Education
• Le Cordon Bleu
• Media Design School
• Nelson English Centre
• New Zealand School of Food and Wine
• New Zealand School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine
• New Zealand School of Tourism
• Otago Polytechnic
• Pacific International Hotel Management School
• Queenstown Resort College
• SAE Creative Media Institute
• Takapuna Grammar School
• Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design
NZLC is an approved Education Provider taking part in the Pilot Pathway Student Visa Scheme.
Students can only apply for a Pathway Student Visa if they have an offer of place from one or more education providers that are taking part in the Pathway Student Visa pilot. NZLC is an approved education provider which means students can apply for a course at NZLC and another education provider under just one visa!
Students will need to have an offer of place with a Pathway education provider and be able to pay their tuition fees.
NZLC is taking part in the “Pathway Student Visa pilot” scheme. Students can apply to study up to 3 consecutive courses on a single student visa for up to 5 years in New Zealand if those courses have an offer of place from one or more education providers that are taking part in the “Pathway Student Visa pilot”. Students will need to have an offer of place with a Pathway education provider and be able to pay their tuition fees.
Pathway education providers
Over 50 colleges and polytechnics, over 70 secondary and high schools and 9 universities are in the Pathway Student Visa pilot scheme.