The EIT Bachelor of Business Studies and Bachelor of Computing Systems Concurrent Degree (BBS/BCS) is a full-time, four and a half to five year programme (or equivalent part-time) which offers you stimulating degree level studies and provides a pathway to a career or a professional qualification in accounting, marketing, management or information systems.
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2009 Recipient of the New Zealand Professional Beauty Industry's "Best Student Award"
"EIT is a place where hard work and passion is easily recognised and opportunities to shine through are always available".
EIT offers a wide range of support services to enable to you to make the most of your tertiary study opportunities.
We offer an ongoing Careers Counselling Service, a Learning Skills Centre for individual and group assistance, Pouwhirinaki support (Māori and Pacific Island students), a Disability Liaison Service provides a comprehensive range of services to ensure students have equal study opportunities.
The Twist Library provides an extensive range of services for study and research in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Many people who study at EIT have young families and take advantage of the on-campus fully licenced Childcare Centre. A bookshop provides stationery, textbook and gift services, plus a whole lot more.
With superbly designed buildings creating a supportive environment, EIT can claim one of the most beautiful tertiary campuses in New Zealand.
Providing spaces that are attractive, exciting and special in order to diffuse the levels of stress involved in the learning process, has been an important feature of campus design.
The boldness of shape and colour together with the landscaped, park-like grounds help students perform to their best ability. Leading-edge technology is used in the lecture theatres for the benefit of the students. EIT Anywhere is a campus-wide network allowing students to work with laptops “anywhere” both on and off campus.
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