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Auckland Institute of Studies

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Established in 1990, Auckland Institute of Studies is one of New Zealand’s largest independent degree-granting institutions.

You will benefit from studying one of a wide range of NZQA-approved qualifications, including diploma and degree programmes in business, tourism management, hospitality management, information technology (IT), business administration and English language. Our flexible three-semester system and cross credit recognition allows you to fast-track your studies and get a head start on your career. Download our latest Prospectus here.

A friendly and nurturing environment balances and supports our rigorous academic programmes. At AIS you will experience expert personalised education in small classes. Whether from New Zealand or overseas, you will receive everything you need to feel comfortable and confident while studying with us – ensuring that you are well-equipped to succeed once you complete your qualification.

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Admission


Equivalent Overseas Qualifications

COUNTRY

Entry to Foundation (Level 3)

Entry to Degree (Level 5)

Bangladesh

Higher Secondary Certificate

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study or Higher Secondary School Certificate with a first division pass or GPA of 4 or above

Cambodia

Completion of High School

Year 12 HSC (good results)

China

Successful completion of three years study resulting in Chinese High School Graduation Vocational schooling is assessed on a case-by-case basis
Completion of Year 11 with superior grades

Successful completion of three years study resulting in Chinese High School Graduation achieving an average of 75% in academic subjects
Vocational schooling is assessed on a case-by-case basis

Fiji

School Leaving Certificate

Seventh Form Examination

Germany

Mittlere Reife/Realschulabschluss

Abitur

Hong Kong

HK CEE

Three advanced level passes (HKAL)

India

Completion of Year 11 with satisfactory results

Higher School Certificate (+2) (higher second division pass)

Indonesia

SMU 2 (GPA of 7 or better in 11 subjects)

SMU 3 (GPA of 7 or above in 10 subjects)
Vocational schooling is assessed on a case-by-case basis

Japan

Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate

Kotogakko or High School Diploma

Korea

Successful completion of three years study resulting in Korean High School graduation or Senior High School Year 2 with superior results

High School graduation (GPA B in academic subjects)
or National Scholastic aptitude test 50% or above

Malaysia

Completion of SPM (or forecast)
Completion of UEC

SPM (or forecast) Grade 4 over five subjects
UEC Grade 6 over five subjects

Oman

Thanawiya Amma (Secondary School Leaving Certificate)

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Pacific Islands

PSSC Senior Secondary Certificate

PSSC Senior Secondary Certificate (good results)

Pakistan

Higher Secondary School Certificate

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Philippines

National College Entrance

National College Entrance Exam (superior grades)

Russia

Completion of Secondary Education

Certificate of Secondary Education (Grade 4 average)

Samoa

Completion of High School

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Saudi Arabia

Tawjihiyya (General Secondary Education Certificate)

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Singapore

GCE O Level in four subjects
Secondary Four (Express) (Grade 4 average in five subjects)

Three GCE A Level passes

Sri Lanka

GCE O Level in four subjects

Three GCE A level passes

Taiwan

Completion of Senior High School Graduation Certificate

Senior High School Graduation Certificate (average of 75% or above in five academic subjects)

Thailand

Completion of Matayom 6 (GPA 2.5)

Matayom 6 (GPA of 2.75 or above)

Tonga

Completion of 6th Form Certificate

6th Form Certificate with 16 or less in four subjects

United Arab Emirates

Tawjihiyya (Secondary School Certificate)

Successful completion of one year of tertiary study

Vietnam

Completion of Bang Tot Ngiep Lop 12

Bang Tot Ngiep Lop 12 (GPA of 7 or above)

Applicants from other countries should provide their academic records, including results in national or regional examinations.

The above requirements are a guide only. Outside of the above criteria, students are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Equivalent English Level

AIS English Level

IELTS (Academic)

TOEFL

Cambridge CAE

Pearson (Academic)

TEP*

Successful completion of:

 

PBT

iBT

 

 

 

Pre-intermediate

4.5

475

32 

147

30

40

Intermediate

5.0

500

35

154

36

44

Upper Intermediate

5.5 (with no band less than 5.0)

530

46 (with a writing score of 20)

162 (no less than 154 in each skill)

42

48  (with no band less than 11)

Advanced

6.0 (with no band less than 5.5)

550

60 (with a writing score of 20)

169 (no less than 162 in each skill)

50

52 (with no band less than 12)

N/A 

6.5 (with no band less than 6.0)

590

79 (with a writing score of 21)

176 (no less than 169 in each skill)

58

56 (with no band less than 13)

The above figures are intended as a guide to the approximate level of proficiency of a student on successful completion of the corresponding AIS English level. They should not be regarded as an absolute guarantee.
* AIS Test of English Proficiency

Accommodation


Accommodation

Dormitory Accommodation

For those who wish to make AIS their home in Auckland, the AIS Dormitory, a three-level building situated at the St Helens Campus, provides accommodation for 120 residents in single, twin and multi-share rooms. The rooms are fully furnished, each with its own study area.

The dormitory office is located on Level 1, adjacent to the main entrance of the dormitory, and is open on weekdays from 8.30am to 5.00pm. Our security staff oversee the dormitory after hours and during weekends and public holidays. Level 1 accommodates both male and female students, whereas Level 2 is for female students only, and Level 3 is reserved for male students. A kitchen for the preparation of meals, and a dining room area, are available, and mini fridges for rooms can also be hired. New residents will receive a Dormitory Handbook upon arrival which contains all the information needed on residing in this facility.

New students, especially, find that dormitory accommodation helps them to settle into life in Auckland. While some students reside in the dormitory for the entire length of their study at AIS, others decide to experience homestay accommodation or move out into flats or apartments. The feeling of contribution gained from group living is a key feature of life in a dormitory, particularly on an international campus such as AIS. There are opportunities for fun and companionship, for working, talking, relaxing and growing in a community of people of similar age and similar interests. There may be irritations and distractions too, but learning to deal with these, to understand different points of view, and to become tolerant of some aspects of human nature, is of considerable value. Intending residents should book well in advance, as there is normally a waiting list for residency.

Homestay Accommodation

Many students are keen to experience the New Zealand lifestyle while they are studying with us, and homestay accommodation offers an excellent opportunity to do so. AIS has an extensive list of carefully selected and approved homestay families to choose from and can arrange placement for students who wish to live in a family environment. Homestay students also benefit from the opportunity to practice their English.

Homestays can be organised prior to arrival in New Zealand, although some students chose another form of accommodation when they first arrive, such as the AIS dormitory, and later decide to move into a homestay. In either instance, two weeks’ notice is required to arrange homestay accommodation. Homestay rates cover accommodation and two meals (breakfast and dinner) per weekday, and three meals during weekends and on public holidays. A member of the homestay family is required to escort their student to and from AIS on their first day of study.Homestay payments are paid by AIS on behalf of the student. 

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