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Learn more English with NMIT online or in New Zealand

We hope you learnt some useful new English language and exciting things about New Zealand’s conservation efforts in this short course!

If you would like to study more academic English with Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) and receive a New Zealand qualification, NMIT offers English academic pathway programmes, New Zealand Certificate in English Language (NZCEL), online to students in other countries, or for students traveling to study in Nelson, New Zealand.

NZCEL level 4 can be used to gain entry to most undergraduate programmes instead of an approved international test (e.g. IELTS or TOEFL), and NZCEL level 5 can be used to gain entry to postgraduate programmes.

NZCEL completed online has more affordable tuition fees, and you can access scholarships if you plan to pathway to further study at NMIT in the future. If you would like to discuss enrolling in this programme at NMIT, please register your interest and someone from NMIT will get in touch with you to provide more information and guide you on how to apply.

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