Study options

Support starts from day one

We're here to support you to succeed. From the day you apply till you land your dream job, MIT has your back. If you're new to tertiary your first year of study could even be free*.

See your study options below and apply now for our next intake. If you have any questions you can get personalised advice by calling our team today on 0800 62 62 52.

Choose your subject

Check out the area of study that’s relevant to you and start planning which programmes you’re going to take.

Get ahead with free study

MIT has options that allow you to study for free. See what jobs you could get through our free study trades qualifications.

Upcoming intakes

We have lots of study option starting through out the year. See what's coming up.

Continue your education with a certificate programme

Check out what level 1 to level 4 certificates you can study at MIT. Get a taster for tertiary study or open yourself up to other qualifications.

Flexible learning

Find a flexible study option that suits your life.

Turn your experience into a qualification

Our Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) programme is designed for those who already have the on-the-job skills and knowledge, but want to take their career to the next level with a qualification.

Take the first step towards a tertiary qualification

We have a number of options to help you develop the study skills, confidence and independence you need for your journey towards further study or employment.

Retrain and open up new work opportunities

Check out our areas of study to see what qualifications could be right for you.

Study options in New Zealand for International Students

MIT has a number of programmes developed specifically for international and ESOL students. See what your options are to study in New Zealand with MIT.

Short courses - upskill and get ahead with specialised training

MIT offers one of the most comprehensive practical skills short course portfolios in New Zealand.

Scholarships and grants

Find out what scholarships and grants are available to students.