New Zealand Diploma in Web Development and Design (Level 5).xml New Zealand Diploma in Web Development and Design (Level 5)

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New Zealand Diploma in Web Development and Design
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DiplomaFull time - 1 year, Part time available

Annual Fees(indicative 2017)

Programme code

NZ2598

Domestic

$6,700 - $7,000

Starts

February, July

International

$19,630

Credits

120

Course related costs

Advised on enrolment

Level

5

Domestic Applications due

Received all year

International Applications due

20 January for February start; 23 June for July start

Location

Christchurch – Madras Street

Content

Master the technical and creative skills required to develop websites.

The programme covers a broad range of topics and skills related to web development and design. These include determining client requirements; using frameworks and libraries; user experience design; programming concepts, applications and implementation; configuration; publishing and testing of web solutions. In addition it covers skills in IT technical support for managing hardware and software resources. You'll also enhance your knowledge of professional, ethical and legal principles and practices, and develop your communication and interpersonal skills.

Programme structure

To complete this Diploma you are required to complete a minimum total of 120 credits. Please browse the guide below to view the course options currently available within this qualification.

Core courses
Elective Courses

To be a full time student you need to maintain a workload of 120 credits per year. We recommend you talk with us to ensure you choose electives to benefit your future career.

Entry requirements

Academic requirements
  • NCEA level 2 (60 credits at Level 2 or above and 20 credits from any level, including 10 literacy credits and 10 numeracy credits at Level 1 or above) and a minimum of 10 credits in Mathematics and 10 credits in English at Level 2; or NZ Certificate in Information Technology Essentials (Level 4)

Alternative requirements
  • Skills for tertiary study (including literacy and numeracy) may be acquired through study, work and/or life experience. Students who can demonstrate these skills may be approved for alternative entry. Ara literacy and numeracy assessments are available.

Additional requirements
English requirements
  • If English is not your first language you may also be required to provide evidence of your English language skills as listed below. If you have no evidence of your English language skills and are a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, contact us for an assessment.

    Note : Students who have achieved NCEA Level 3 University Entrance requirements are not required to provide evidence of English Language Skills.

OVERALL IELTS REQUIREMENTS

6.0 ACADEMIC

SPEAKING

6.0

READING

6.0

WRITING

6.0

LISTENING

6.0
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Selection criteria

Applications are processed in the order they are received.

Next steps

To apply for this programme please:

  • Complete an Admission and Enrolment Form or an International Application Form.

If you don't meet the criteria for entry into this programme, we can help you meet entry level with our foundation and bridging programmes.

Alternatively, if you feel you have gained your learning through on the job experience talk to us about recognition or assessment of prior learning .

Application documents

Career opportunities

This qualification will equip you with the skills and knowledge required for entry level roles providing customisation of package software solutions, or in a graphic design organisation.

Study pathways

This diploma provides a direct pathway into the Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology. Several of the diploma's courses can be cross-credited, enabling you to reduce the length of this degree by six months.

Recommended school subjects

  • English
  • Maths
  • Computing / ICT / Digital Technologies