Have successfully completed a minimum of 72 credits at NCEA (or equivalent) Level 2 including a minimum of 14 credits in each of four subjects and a minimum of 30 credits at Merit or Excellence. Applicants will need to have achieved degree entry standards for numeracy and literacy;
Provide evidence of equivalence through practical, professional or educational experience e.g.,three to five years' full-time work experience (relevant to business). Evidence of literacy and numeracy will be required. MIT literacy assessments are available;
Applicants who meet the requirements for admission are accepted into the programme in the order their applications are received.
Students who have attained the age of 20 years and do not hold the minimum entry requirements for a programme will be eligible to be enrolled as a student where their previous educational, work or life experience indicates they have a reasonable likelihood of success. Students who have not attained the age of 20 years and do not hold the required minimum entry requirements for a programme may also be eligible to enrol in exceptional circumstances. Such decisions will be made by the Faculty Dean.
Have English language competence to undertake this programme which is taught and assessed in English. Any applicant whose first language is not English may be required to provide evidence of an overall IELTS (Academic) band score of 6.0 or greater (with no score below 5.5 in speaking, reading, writing and listening) or equivalent.
The tourism industry in New Zealand is growing fast. It’s now the largest export earner for New Zealand.
That’s driven demand for more managers and supervisors with the skills to manage tourism businesses and plan for the future.
Get ahead in your tourism career with MIT. You'll learn the skills you need to sell New Zealand as a world-leading tourism destination. You'll also get real-world experience working with a tourism business.
Want to work in tourism overseas? The skills you learn will be relevant no matter the market.
Career opportunities include roles in tourism, festival and event management, local and national council event co-ordination, airport operational management, transport management, policy planning for tourism destinations, marketing and communications for national or local tourism organisations and destination branding. Tourism enterprises will benefit from the skills you will possess as a Bachelor of Applied Management (Tourism Management) graduate.