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Ready to secure your future and apply to study at MIT? You're in the right place to start your application.

You're application will only take a few minutes if you have everything ready to go. Ideally you'll have these ready:

  • The programme you want to study and the intake you want to start in. If you haven't decided, check out our Areas of Study.
  • NSN or NZQA Number, IRD number and your documentation.

Need help with your application? 

We're here to help if there is any part you're application that you're unsure of. We can also certify your documents. Send us a message, call us on 0800 62 62 52 or come in and see us.

Step 1:

Please pick if you are you a Domestic or International student. You are a domestic student if: you are a Citizen or Permanent Resident of New Zealand, Australia, the Cook Islands, Tokelau or Niue.

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Other ways to apply

On paper

You can download a copy of our application form here. If you choose to complete a paper form, please mail it to us for free, addressed to:

FREEPOST 73362, C/- Information and Application Centre,
Manukau Institute of Technology,
Private Bag 94006, Manukau 2241, Auckland, New Zealand

or drop it in to our Information and Application Centre. Click here for opening hours and location.

Please see here for international applications. You can download a copy of our International application form here.

Over the phone

Domestic students can apply over the phone - call us on 0800 62 62 52 and we'll talk you through an application.

Click here for opening hours.

In person

You can come into our Information and Application Centre and we can help you fill out an application on the spot. We can even provide guidance on your study options.

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Free Fees 

If you aren’t sure if you are eligible for free fees, you can apply to study with us first and we’ll be in touch with information on how to check you are eligible.

Find out more information on the government’s fees free policy.