Graduate Diploma in Information Technology
Auckland Institute of Studies
Computer Science not elsewhere classified
Total student fees
over 1 Year - details
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About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The Graduate Diploma in Information Technology (GDIT) provides graduates in other disciplines who wish to pursue a career in the ICT industry with the skills and knowledge needed to pursue an IT career in the global market place. The programme also assists ICT industry professionals to gain the discipline and recognition of a formal qualification and an organised knowledge system to complement their industry experience.
Key Information for Students
A candidate for admission to this programme of study shall: - hold a bachelor s degree (at least equivalent to New Zealand pass standard) awarded by a tertiary institution approved by the Academic Board, or equivalent qualification; and - have an English level equivalent to IELTS 6.0 (with no band less than 5.5) / TOEFL iBT 60 / Pearson 50 / AIS Test of English Proficiency (TEP) 52/80 (with no band less than 12); or - gain approval under Admission Regulation 3: Special Admission.
See provider website for more details about entry to this qualification.
(what you pay)
Government tuition subsidy
(what the government pays)
A Compulsory Student Services Fee may be charged, see your provider for details.
National Graduate Outcomes
Outcomes for students who completed qualifications at the same level and in the same subject area, three years after completion:
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Examples of related scholarships
Universities New Zealand – Te Pōkai Tara - Scholarships
$5,000 per annum
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Where does this information come from?
The Key Information for Students data is compiled by the Tertiary Education Commission based on information provided by tertiary education providers and the Ministry of Education. Remember to check the provider’s website for further details.
The MyQ data is compiled by the Tertiary Education Commission based on responses to the MyQ survey provided by recent graduates of this qualification.
NZQA supplies all other information based on material from the provider.