Join the School of Business for a qualification that can lead to employment locally, nationally or internationally.

Business at EIT

study businessGet a head for business.  At EIT’s School of Business you’ll receive a strong foundation in all aspects of business with theory and practical experience.  You can choose to specialise in accounting, information systems, operational management, human resources, sales and marketing or entrepreneurship.  Your study will also focus on real-life business projects and workplace experiences.  You’ll be taught by expert lecturers in classes which are exactly the right size to give you personal attention and involvement, so you can get down to business.

Career Opportunities

business courseIn this highly competitive world, businesses and organisations need people with skills and knowledge that can give them an edge.  Opportunities for qualified business people include working in private companies, government and not-for-profit sectors.

Amanda Gray

business schoolBachelor of Business and Bachelor of Computing Systems (Concurrent) graduate

“The support at EIT is amazing, the range of qualifications is diverse, the lecturers are second to none and the East Coast weather, restaurants, wineries and beaches are awesome!”

Business Qualification Progression Routes

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Jo’s extraordinary journey from student to lecturer

November 4, 2019

It all began with a computer. Of Ngāti Kahungunu descent Jo Heperi was born and bred in Takapau, twenty minutes from Waipukurau. Jo worked as rouser (wool sorter) for half of her life while...

Careers Expo offered students the opportunity to network

October 16, 2019

On Wednesday October 16, EIT’s Career Service and the School of Business and Computing held a careers expo. Local and international firms like ANZ, Furnware, Bostocks and PanPac came to EIT as...

Home-grown research celebrated at new EIT lecture series

October 10, 2019

A growing level of research activity in the Tairāwhiti region was celebrated in EIT’s Maia Gallery at Toihoukura this week, with the first in a series of evening lectures.  Kicking off...

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