Looking for a career that’s rewarding, in a high demand industry, where you can earn more?
At MIT we work closely with employers to make sure our programmes meet their needs. Many of our areas of study offer students the opportunity for an industry project or work placement.
This allows many of our students to showcase their skills to a potential employer while on work experience. Many students find that a job even comes to them.
Check us out - Tour MIT
You can come in and talk to us, or even book your own tour to experience what it’s like to study at MIT.
We’ll give you a tour of the areas you want to see, introduce you to some of our staff and other students and help you to get answers to any more questions you might have.
Why our students choose MIT
- Support starts from day one – we support you from when you first look into studying at MIT through to getting a job.
- Get a successful career path with great earning potential - We work closely with industry and employers to ensure we teach the skills employers are looking for in a changing job market.
- You’re making the quality choice - MIT has been awarded the highest possible rating, Category One, by NZQA in the latest review. MIT is Auckland’s only Category One Institute.
- Personalised teaching - With many of our classes being small, students get personal attention – our lecturers and tutors even know you by name.
National Operations Manager, Dimension Data NZ Ltd
" The MIT student placement process enables us to work with aspiring individuals who want to enter into industry.
MIT students are well supported by their MIT supervisor and they learn first-hand about giving great service, how to create working relationships and be part of a team in a business environment.
This initiative enables Dimension Data to offer full-time employment opportunities to students who are already trained and ready to step into vacancies as they occur. "
*Recently analysed government data shows that MIT degree holders have the highest employment rates and among the highest median earnings in the country five years after finishing their degrees.