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1 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS STUDIES Information for International applicants The BBS is a 360 credit business degree taken part or full-time with starts in February or July. Full-time students take four 15 credit courses per semester (taking three years to complete). There are four majors: accounting; management; marketing or information systems. Students can also select an unendorsed option to give the maximum choice of courses at level 6 and 7. Students can take one or two majors in their qualification; they may also wish to consider a concurrent degree with the Bachelors of Computing Systems or Recreation and Sport. The programme distinguishes itself from many other similar degrees by being rather more practically orientated and also having a research element. You can expect a supportive environment with small classes and positive, experienced staff. SUBJECT AREAS Accounting Business Strategy Finance Career Management Business Law Entrepreneurship Communications IT Management Economics E-Commerce Human Resources Management Multimedia Operations Management Market Research Marketing Qualification Bachelor of Business Studies Programme level Level 7 STUDENT PROFILE Name Pasana Jayawardena Country Sri Lanka Length Start dates Study options Three years 16 February, 20 July Full-time I am enjoying working as a full time manager at my current employment. My Business background from EIT has given me the opportunity to use my applied skills in the work place. Fees NZ$ 17,600 per year Total number of credits Class times Individual study hours Location 360 Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and 5.00pm Monday - Friday as timetabled Approximately two hours for each classroom hour. Napier Campus STUDY HIGHLIGHTS SUMMARY Strong focus on applied learning, an approach which is highly valued by employers Work-based projects embedded in the programmes provide practical experience with New Zealand employers Contact International Centre Phone: Clearly defined pathways offer many opportunities for progression to higher levels of study at EIT international.eit.ac.nz APRIL 2015

2 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS STUDIES ADDITIONAL COSTS Approximately $100 - $130 per course for textbooks. Approximately $120 for stationery. PROGRAMME DATES SEMESTER ONE Programme Starts Monday, 16 February 2015 Upon completion of degree studies, academic attire required for the graduation ceremony can be hired at the student s expense STUDY PATHWAYS/JOB OPPORTUNITIES Accounting Major Graduating with an accounting major will enable you to undertake accountancy related work in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors. With appropriate choices of elective courses (see Degree Electives below) the accounting major will enable graduates to meet the academic (provisional admission) requirements for the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants in either the Chartered Accountant (CA) or Associate Chartered Accountant (ACA) Colleges. Please discuss this with the Programme Co-ordinator. Information Systems Major Typical opportunities after graduation include work as an IT Consultant, IT Business Analyst, IT Web Marketing Manager, Systems Analyst or IT Accounting Manager. Management Major Typical opportunities after graduation include work as a Team Leader, Functional Manager or Senior Supervisor in a wide range of organisations and industries. Good Friday Term One Holidays Term Two Starts ANZAC Day Queen s Birthday Semester One Ends Mid Year Holidays SEMESTER TWO Semester Two Starts Term Three Holidays Term Four Starts HB Anniversary Day Labour Day Friday, 3 April 6 April - 17 April Monday, 20 April Monday, 27 April Monday, 1 June Friday, 26 June 29 June - 17 July Monday, 20 July 28 September - 9 October Monday, 12 October Friday, 23 October Monday, 26 October Marketing Major Typical opportunities after graduation include work as a Marketing Manager, National Sales Manager, Key Account Manager or Product Manager. Unendorsed Students with specific career plans may wish to consider the BBS (unendorsed) so that they can maximise the opportunity to select courses that meet their specific needs. Concurrent Bachelor of Business Studies and Bachelor of Computing Systems (BBS/BCS) The concurrent Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) and Bachelor of Computing Systems (BCS) allow students to complete two separate degrees within four and a half years. The BBS/BCS concurrent degrees will provide students with a thorough theoretical and practical knowledge of areas vital to the business and computing industry, which will enable them to be work-ready. Concurrent Bachelor of Recreation and Sport and Bachelor of Business Studies (BRS/BBS) The concurrent Bachelor of Recreation and Sport (BRS) and Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) allow students to complete two separate degrees in 4½ years. The BRS/BBS concurrent degrees will provide students with sound knowledge in the recreation and sport areas and will give students a competitive advantage when seeking employment. Programme Ends Friday, 27 November 2015 ASSESSMENTS All assessments in the Bachelor of Business Studies courses are marked internally. Assessments include examinations, assignments, tests and practical demonstrations. Assessment is continuous throughout the semester, with two weeks for examinations at the end of each semester. PARTNERSHIPS Victoria University (Wellington) FACILITIES The campus is a pleasant environment for study with a range of general purpose rooms and lecture theatres all with data show equipment. In the state-of-the-art Information Technology Complex there are nine networked computer laboratories with 24 student stations in each. There are specific labs for software development, hardware, multimedia and a room for computer study. The facility also has a 50-seat tiered lecture theatre.

3 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS English language entry requirement Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English Language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways, including successful study in English, approved scores on TOEFL or IELTS (6.0 Academic) tests, completion of accepted international equivalents, or completion of an EIT assessment. Entry with credit You may already have some knowledge or skills that can be recognised as part of your intended study. This may take a number of different forms including study while at high school, study at a private training establishment, workplace training, other tertiary study, life experiences or voluntary work. If you think you qualify, you may want to apply for Cross Credit or Recognition of Prior Learning. Cross Credit is based on the equivalency of courses or qualifications. You would apply for Cross Credit if you have passed a very similar course at the same level. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is based on the assessment of your current knowledge and skills. You would apply for RPL if you had gained the relevant knowledge and skills through life experiences and informal learning situations. You will be asked to provide details of anything that you would like to be considered as credit toward your intended programme of study, as part of your application. You must apply prior to enrolment. RPL and Cross Credit cannot be awarded for a course if you are enrolled in that course. An original transcript or notice of results from the institute at which you previously studied (or verified copies) will be required for all applications. For information and enquiries about Recognition of Prior Learning and Cross Credit please contact PRACTICUM, WORK EXPERIENCE The workplace component of the BBS degree involves two courses: 1. Business Operations. In this course, project work requiring you to investigate a particular aspect of an organisation will integrate the knowledge and skills developed in your foundation courses with realworld business operations. 2. Industry Based Learning. This is the capstone course in the degree. In your final year of study you will undertake a semesterlength project for a business organisation in its workplace. The course will integrate the specialist knowledge gained in your degree with the dynamics of business practice. 3. Business Project. A more in-depth version of Industry Based Learning. In addition other courses may involve site visits and/or guest speakers from industry. DEGREE ELECTIVES The structure of the BBS allows for up to six elective courses to be included in your degree. These courses can be in any reasonable topic at the appropriate level. A list of degree electives from other degree programmes as elective courses is available. ACADEMIC STAFF Our lecturers are highly trained professionals with particular areas of expertise in accountancy, management, economics, law, computing, marketing and statistics. Staff also maintain contacts with other professionals through organisations such as the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants, the New Zealand Law Society and the New Zealand Institute of Management. We value our partnership with students and aim to provide quality education in a supportive environment, encouraging personal growth and professional development.

4 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS NB: Courses are offered subject to sufficient enrolments being received. In the following descriptions P= Pre-requisite courses which must be studied before C= Co-requisite courses which can be studied before or at the same time The courses we are offering for the Bachelor of Business Studies are as follows: LEVEL 5 COURSE BRIEF DESCRIPTION CREDIT VALUE NZQA LEVEL ACCY5.01 ACCY5.02 BSOP5.01 COMM5.01 ECON5.01 ITDT5.220 ITPR5.500 ITSP5.01 LAWS5.01 MGMT5.01 MKTY5.01 QUAN5.01 LEVEL 6 COURSE ACCY6.01 ACCY6.02 Introduction to Accounting To introduce students to the basic concepts of accounting and finance for use in the business environment. Accounting Applications (Accounting Major ONLY) To introduce students to the techniques of double entry accounting using a manual and computerised system. ACCY5.01 Introduction to Accounting Business Operations To consolidate, through group work, the knowledge and skills which students have already encountered in foundation compulsory BBS courses. To encourage and further develop students work-related skills such as analysis, problem solving, decision making, team and communication skills, through their co-operatively confronting and solving realistic workplace issues whilst working in a team. COMM5.01 Organisational Communication and MGMT5.01 Introduction to Management Plus one of: LAWS5.01 Law for Business, ACCY5.01 Introduction to Accounting, ITSP5.01 Information Systems Principles or MKTY5.01 Marketing Principles Organisational Communication To develop students awareness of the demands of communicating within an organisation, and enhance their skills as practising communicators in writing, orally and in a variety of interpersonal settings within the business environment. Economic Principles To enable students to demonstrate a theoretical understanding of economic systems, economic behaviour of individuals and organisations in markets, and national and international economic activity. Data To provide students with an understanding of the way computers represent data and to give students an introduction to database systems. Introduction to Programming To equip students with a good knowledge of an event programming language and sound programming practices. The student will be able to translate a program specification into solutions and code, solve problems, conduct testing of solutions and fix errors. Information Systems Principles To enable students to gain an understanding of information systems concepts and issues and the principles of information processing, plus obtain a range of skills in order to develop and use personal information systems. Law for Business To introduce students to the structures and operation of Government, the New Zealand legal system and legal processes, the regulation of business, business structures and legal obligations and their application in the contemporary environment. Introduction to Management To introduce students to the concepts, skills and practices required in effective organisational management. Marketing Principles To introduce students to the field of marketing, including the functional, social and managerial dimensions of marketing. Quantitative Analysis To introduce students to the statistical techniques available for the summarisation, analysis and interpretation of data. BRIEF DESCRIPTION Financial Accounting To demonstrate and understand the role of financial statements and how financial transactions are recorded and reported within New Zealand. ACCY5.02 Accounting Applications Management Accounting To describe and apply the fundamental concepts and techniques applicable in the management and control of costs of organisations. ACCY5.02 Accounting Applications CREDIT VALUE NZQA LEVEL

5 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS STUDIES ACCY6.03 ACCY6.04 COMM6.01 ITPM6.310 Principles of Managerial Finance To enable students to learn to use the basic tools and techniques of finance and financial management and to apply them in routine situations that confront financial managers. ACCY5.01 Introduction to Accounting Accounting Information Systems To introduce students to the application of computer technology to accounting information systems and the development of sound control within these systems. ACCY5.02 Accounting Applications, ITSP5.01 Information Systems Principles Public Relations To provide an understanding of the principles of public relations in building positive relationships between an organisation and its internal and external publics. Strategies and techniques for planning, implementing and evaluating an effective public relations programme will be practised. Project Management To enable students to specify the requirements for project planning; to use project management techniques and tools to monitor and control projects, using project management software, and applying quality control techniques. MGMT5.01 Introduction to Management, ITSP5.01 Information Systems Principles ITSD6.340 Systems Analysis and Design 1 To enable students to analyse simple and complex systems, identify requirements, and document design solutions using appropriate methods, tools and standards, to introduce standard concepts of modelling, and to enable students to develop and document simple and complex solutions using analysis, design and modelling techniques. ITSP5.01 Information Systems Principles, MGMT5.01 Introduction to Management, ACCY5.01 Introduction to Accounting 30 6 LAWS6.01 MGMT6.01 MGMT6.02 MGMT6.03 MGMT6.04 MGMT6.05 MGMT6.06 MKTY6.05 Corporate Law To develop an understanding of the conceptual bases of company and other business structures and competence in constructing corporate and partnership transactions in compliance with statutory requirements. LAWS5.01 Law for Business Supply Chain Management To provide students with a framework for understanding supply chains and supply chain management. Designing and Improving Operations To have students examine activities that focus on the design and subsequent improvement of services and goods, and the processes used in their production. Human Resource Management To provide students with a detailed examination of human resource management (HRM) activities for the effective management of people in an organisation. Organisational Behaviour To provide students with a detailed examination of aspects of organisational behaviour concepts, principles, practices and issues with relevance to the modern workplace. Employment Relations To examine the Employment Relations processes, both formal and informal, and apply them so that the parties to the employment relations each achieve their mutual goals. Business Planning Students will be able to produce a business plan in the context of a defined business scenario or case study. The business plan will link financial, operations and marketing issues into a cohesive whole. Students will also be able to participate as a line manager in the construction of budgets. MGMT5.01, ACCY6.05 or at the discretion of the programme coordinator alternative knowledge of financial accounting; costing; and budgeting. ACCY6.05 may be taken as a co-requisite with the permission of the programme coordinator. Branding To provide students with an in-depth knowledge of brands, brand design, brand management, and current branding issues; and provide necessary skills to plan, implement, and evaluate brand strategies and programmes.

6 MKTY6.06 MKTY6.03 MKTY6.04 RESM6.01 LEVEL 7 COURSE ACCY7.01 ACCY7.02 ACCY7.03 ACCY7.11 ACCY7.12 ACCY7.13 Marketing Communication To enable students to critically evaluate the issues and processes of modern marketing communication; understand and plan marketing communications as a mode of managing conversations with customers within relationship networks. Consumer Behaviour To enable students to critically evaluate the issues and processes of consumer decisions and the psychological and sociological elements that influence buying behaviours, explain the implications of each, and propose appropriate marketing strategies and tactics in relation to them. MKTY5.01 Marketing Principles Sales Practice To enable students to understand and apply the principles and practices of personal selling; the importance of personal selling to organisational performance; personal selling and salespeople in New Zealand; competencies needed to successfully manage sales function; and the various systems and processes that support it. Research Methods To introduce students to a range of research methods employed by researchers and practitioners in business disciplines. It explores the principles of scientific methods, examines the research process and research design, the analysis and evaluation of data sets and the preparation, writing and presentation of research material. QUAN5.01 Quantitative Analysis BRIEF DESCRIPTION Advanced Financial Accounting To develop an understanding and critical awareness of financial accounting and financial analysis issues within New Zealand and international contexts. ACCY6.01 Financial Accounting Advanced Management Accounting To identify and evaluate what cost management information is required, from where it is obtained, and how it is used and interpreted by management as they undertake their planning, controlling and decision-making responsibilities to achieve the overall success of business. ACCY6.02 Management Accounting Industry-Based Learning - Accounting To enable students to take responsibility for their own learning by completing an approved project in industry; demonstrate intellectual, personal and interpersonal competencies in the completion of their project and critically reflect upon the process undertaken in completing the project. 240 credits in the BBS including at least two of: ACCY6.01 Financial Accounting, ACCY6.02 Management Accounting, ACCY6.03 Principles of Managerial Finance or ACCY6.04 Accounting Information Systems Corporate Finance To enable students to apply the concepts, theory and analytical techniques of modern corporate finance to investment, financing and dividend decisions of a firm. ACCY6.03 Principles of Managerial Finance Special Topic in Accounting, Finance or Law To provide an opportunity for students to undertake an in-depth literature review that is of particular interest in accounting, finance or law. Permission to enrol will depend on the following factors: the student has sufficient grounding in the topic to be researched and the availability of a staff member to act as a supervisor and the student has a grade average of B+ or better. Approval of the BBS Programme Coordinator and RESM6.01 Research Methods, and 45 additional credits at Level 6 or above. Special Research Topic in Accounting, Finance or Law Special Research Topic in Accounting, Finance or Law To provide an opportunity for students to undertake empirical research in an area of accounting, finance or law that is of particular interest. Permission to enrol will depend on the following factors: the student has sufficient grounding in the topic to be researched and the availability of a staff member to act as a supervisor and the student has a grade average of B+ or better in the BBS. Approval of the BBS Programme Coordinator and RESM6.01 Research Methods and 45 additional credits at Level 6 or above CREDIT VALUE NZQA LEVEL

7 ACCY7.14 INTB7.01 ITIS7.03 ITIS7.14 ITIM7.450 LAWS7.10 MGMT7.01 MGMT7.03 Business Project - Accounting To enable students to apply the skills gained during their accounting studies in a business or professional environment. The project will provide students with an opportunity to research, select, integrate and extend their knowledge of accounting practices within a specified sub-discipline. At least two of ACCY7.01 Advanced Financial Accounting; ACCY7.02 Advanced Management Accounting; ACCY7.11 Corporate Finance; ACCY7.07 Advanced Auditing ACCY7.08 Advanced Taxation. The specific prerequisites must be relevant to the topic of the Project and approved by the Programme Coordinator. Each Project must be approved by the Programme Coordinator, proposed Academic Supervisor and Head of the School of Business. Each Project must be approved by the Programme Coordinator, proposed Academic Supervisor and Head of the School of Business. As deemed necessary by the Programme Coordinator International Business To enable students to analyse and think strategically about international business environment; be able to examine, assess and apply the concepts of international business; demonstrate how the current global environment, particularly the sustainability issues and carbon credits, affects New Zealand businesses at the international level; become aware of and reflective of the regional agreements that affects international business; and to effectively apply the international business requirements to a New Zealand business for entry into the global arena. PRE-REQUISITE: 240 credits completed including 30 Level 6 Industry Based Learning - Information Systems To enable students to take responsibility for their own learning by completing an approved project in industry; demonstrate intellectual, personal and interpersonal competencies in the completion of their project and critically reflect upon the process undertaken in completing the project. PRE-REQUISITE: 240 credits completed including 30 Level 6 Information Systems credits. Business Project - Information Systems To enable students to apply the skills gained during their accounting studies in a business or professional environment. The project will provide students with an opportunity to research, select, integrate and extend their knowledge of accounting practices within a specified sub-discipline. RESM6.01; normally at least 30 credits at level 7. The specific prerequisites required will depend the topic of the Project and must be approved by the Programme Coordinator. Each Project must be approved by the Programme Coordinator, proposed Academic Supervisor and Head of the School of Business. As deemed necessary by the Programme Coordinator Information Technology Management To provide students with knowledge and skills for developing information technology plans for organisations. To enable students to understand IT management concepts and issues. ITSD6.340 Systems Analysis & Design 1 Current Legal Issues To develop competence in practical legal analysis through a close examination of selected legal issues currently affecting commercial and managerial practice. LAWS5.01 Law for Business 240 credits in the BBS Strategic Management To enable students to analyse, evaluate and synthesise the critical aspects of strategic management and to be able to integrate its various aspects into a form which can be implemented and controlled. 240 credits in the BBS or BRS including 30 credits at Level 6 Industry-Based Learning - Management To enable students to take responsibility for their own learning by completing an approved project in industry; demonstrate intellectual, personal and interpersonal competencies in the completion of their project and critically reflect upon the process undertaken in completing the project. 240 credits in the BBS including 30 Level 6 Management credits

8 MGMT7.04 MGMT7.05 MGMT7.07 MGMT7.08 MGMT7.12 MGMT7.13 MGMT7.14 MKTY7.02 MKTY7.03 Strategic Operations Management To provide a treatment of operations strategy which is clear, well structured and interesting; to develop an understanding of the principles which underpin operations strategy and to apply these principles to a variety of businesses and organisations, providing a logical path through the key activities and decisions of operations strategy and the way in which operations strategies are put together in practice. MGMT5.01 Introduction to Management, MGMT6.01 Supply Chain Management MGMT6.02 Designing and Improving Operations Advanced Human Resource Management To critically examine the underpinnings of the HR field and selected strategic and contemporary aspects at the organisational level of human resource management concepts, principles, practices and HR issues. MGMT5.01 Introduction to Management, MGMT6.03Human Resource Management Career Management To utilise recent career theory and research to understand the changing careers and employment environment, to investigate the key career competencies for 21st century careers and develop skills that maximise an individual s effectiveness in his/her future career. 240 credits in a degree including 30 credits at Level 6 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Students will develop their understanding of the theory and practice of entrepreneurship and innovation. None but it is desirable for students to take complementary courses in business planning and finance to form a cohesive package. Special Topic in Management To provide an opportunity for students to undertake research in an area of management that is of particular interest. Permission to enrol will depend on the following factors: the student has sufficient grounding in the topic to be researched, and the availability of a staff member to act as a supervisor, and the student has a grade average of B+ or better. Approval of the BBS Programme Co-ordinator, and RESM6.01 Research Methods and 45 additional credits at Level 6 or above. Research Topic in Management To provide an opportunity for students to undertake empirical research in an area of management that is of particular interest. Permission to enrol will depend on the following factors: the student has sufficient grounding in the topic to be researched, and the availability of a staff member to act as a supervisor, and the student has a grade average of B+ or better in the BBS. Approval of the BBS Programme Coordinator, and RESM6.01 Research Methods and 45 additional credits at Level 6 or above. Business Project - Management To enable students to apply the skills gained during their accounting studies in a business or professional environment. The project will provide students with an opportunity to research, select, integrate and extend their knowledge of accounting practices within a specified sub-discipline. RESM6.01; normally at least 30 credits at level 7. The specific prerequisites required will depend the topic of the Project and must be approved by the Programme Coordinator. Each Project must be approved by the Programme Coordinator, proposed Academic Supervisor and Head of the School of Business. As deemed necessary by the Programme Coordinator Strategic Marketing To enable students to think strategically about marketing situations; be aware of the major aspects of planning and controlling marketing operations; demonstrate how the available range of analytical models and techniques might be applied to produce superior marketing performance; and to give full recognition to the problems of implementation and how these problems might be overcome. 240 credits in the BBS including at least 30 credits at Level 6, 15 of which have to be in Marketing. Industry-Based Learning - Marketing To enable students to take responsibility for their own learning by completing an approved project in industry; demonstrate intellectual, personal and interpersonal competencies in the completion of their project and critically reflect upon the process undertaken in completing the project. 240 credits in the BBS including 30 Level 6 Marketing credits. 30 7

9 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS STUDIES MKTY7.04 Marketing Research To enable students to understand, apply, analyse and interpret a range of research methodologies and techniques with the intention of completing a formal research proposal, report, and report presentation; to further provide students with solid tools and skills necessary for the acquisition and use of information to solve business problems and exploit business opportunities MKTY5.01 Marketing Principles RESM6.01 Research Methods MKTY7.12 Special Topic in Marketing To provide an opportunity for students to undertake research in an area of marketing that is of particular interest. Permission to enrol will depend on the following factors: the student has sufficient grounding in the topic to be researched, and the availability of a staff member to act as a supervisor, and the student has a grade average of B+ or better. Approval of the BBS Programme Coordinator and RESM6.01 Research Methods and 45 additional credits at Level 6 or above. MKTY7.13 Research Topic in Marketing To provide an opportunity for students to undertake empirical research in an area of marketing that is of particular interest. Permission to enrol will depend on the following factors: the student has sufficient grounding in the topic to be researched and the availability of a staff member to act as a supervisor and the student has a grade average of B+ or better in the BBS. Approval of the BBS Programme Coordinator, and RESM6.01 Research Methods and 45 additional credits at Level 6 or above. MKTY7.14 Business Project - Marketing To enable students to apply the skills gained during their accounting studies in a business or professional environment. The project will provide students with an opportunity to research, select, integrate and extend their knowledge of accounting practices within a specified sub-discipline. PRE-REQUISITE: RESM6.01; normally at least 30 credits at level 7. The specific prerequisites required will depend the topic of the Project and must be approved by the Programme Coordinator. Each Project must be approved by the Programme Coordinator, proposed Academic Supervisor and Head of the School of Business. As deemed necessary by the Programme Coordinator

10 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS STUDIES 01 Complete and sign our international student application form 02 Attach certified copies translated into English of your: Passport or birth certificate Proof of name change (if applicable) Evidence of your English language proficiency ie. IELTS or equivalent Academic transcripts and qualification certificates Please note that some programmes may require you to submit additional documentation such as your Curriculum Vitae, portfolio or references. Please check our website for any programme specific documentation required. 03 Send your application to us The easiest way is to send it by to We d also be happy to accept it by post. You can also now apply online at 04 We will assess your application and let you know the outcome as soon as possible If you are accepted we will send you an Offer of Place along with details of the fees payable. If you do not meet all of the entry criteria we may issue you with a Conditional Offer of Place. You will need to meet all of the conditions as set out on your Offer of Place before you can apply for your Student Visa. 05 Pay your fees and apply for your Student Visa Once you have accepted your offer to study with us and paid your fees, we will send you a receipt that you will need to submit when applying for your visa. Details on applying for your Student Visa are available on the Immigration New Zealand website 06 Let us know your arrival details Once your visa has been approved you can then book your flights. Please let us know your arrival details whether you ll be living in EIT accommodation or not. If you are staying in EIT accommodation, we will arrange for you to be collected from the Napier airport for FREE. Please note that you must be 18 years of age or older when you begin your studies at EIT. DISCLAIMER. Information contained in this publication is correct at the time of printing, but may be subject to change. While all reasonable efforts will be made to ensure listed programmes/ courses are offered and regulations are current, the Institute reserves the right to change content or method of delivery, to withdraw any programme or course of study, or to impose limitations on enrolment, should circumstances require this. Some programmes/courses mentioned in EIT publications are offered subject to final approval and accreditation or to sufficient enrolments being received. For the latest information visit our website.

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