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

In 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 Qualifications Pathway

After 20 years in workforce, EIT student studies further to open new opportunities

June 5, 2024

Joe Symonds had been in the workforce for 20 years when he realised that to progress further in his career, he needed to change something. In early 2023 he enrolled at the EIT School of...

Desire to upskill led experienced manager to EIT and New Zealand

May 31, 2024

Working in Dubai as a manager for many years led Lawrence Dcruz to realise that he needed to study further in order to be in line for top jobs. Fifty-six-year-old Lawrence, who is originally...

Celebrations as student cohort from EIT Auckland Campus graduates

May 31, 2024

There were celebrations aplenty as a cohort of students from last year graduated from the EIT Auckland Campus this week. Sixty-three students, mainly international students, graduated with a...

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