Want to make a real difference caring for people in your community? A career in nursing might be for you.

The industry needs more essential workers who are passionate about improving health outcomes for others. You could work locally or abroad in a range of different specialities.

When you graduate from one of our nursing programmes, you'll be ready to sit the Nursing Council of New Zealand State Examination and apply for registration as an enrolled or registered nurse in New Zealand.

You'll be supported to succeed throughout your journey with access to a Kaiawhina, a Pasifika support person, a Whānau and a Mā Tātou room.


Short courses

If your licence to practice has expired study this certificate to regain your Aotearoa New Zealand registration.

Or, are you keen to study a stand-alone course? If you want to study an individual course to gain proficiency in a specific area, find out more about nursing short courses.

Māori and Pasifika pathways

If you are of Māori or Pasifika descent and are passionate about making a difference to the health and wellbeing of your people you can get additional support on your study journey with Te Ara Oranga.

Learn with like-minded people in an environment that works around your needs and supports you to succeed. You’ll also get connected with future employers, opening doors to your health career pathway.

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Campus map

All our nursing programmes are taught at MIT Manukau, corner of Manukau Station Road and Davies Avenue, Manukau, Auckland.

Find out more about MIT Manukau.

Meet the team

Our nursing staff come from a variety of backgrounds and all share a passion for learning and teaching excellence.

They are highly skilled individuals that bring a wealth of experience and expertise to MIT. The team pride themselves in the support they provide their students on their journey to becoming quality nurses.

Meet some of our lecturers.

More information for students

Find out everything you need to know about studying nursing at MIT Manukau.

You'll find information on the student handbook, to programme guides, timetables, bringing your own device (BYOD), and how to contact us.

Find out more.