Miniumum 18 years of age at the programme start date
NCEA Level 3, minimum 42 credits at Level 3 (or equivalent) made up of 14 credits each in three subjects from the approved subject list, and a minimum of 10 credits at NCEA Level 2 in English or Maori covering 5 credits each in both reading and writing, and a minimum of 10 credits at NCEA level 1 in numeracy from the list of approved standards OR equivalent. International students must meet English language proficiency, NZCEL Level 4 (Academic) or equivalent.
IELTS 6.0—Academic overall with no band lower than 5.5
Successfully gained University Entrance or equivalent, with credits in relevant subjects, applicants will be expected to submit a portfolio of work for selection.
The qualification is designed for learners wishing to create collaborative solutions for people in the Digital Media discipline. The qualification is learner-centred and offers the ability for students to construct their own understanding of theory and practice from a uniquely personal perspective.
The qualification aims to meet contemporary and future workplace demands of employers and industries. These entities require flexible problem solvers who can lead, manage and collaborate in order to create people-centred solutions that have positive impacts on people and communities whilst remaining sustainable, financially viable and profitable.