Good news Good News! If you have got the right skill, New Zealand needs you. What if you do n’t? No worries! You have got covered by the right educational institutions in New Zealand.
New Zealand, the world’s second safest country requires at least 57,600 people in one of the building sectors, as PM announces trade skills push. New research shows that the multi-billion dollar construction sector, staffed by 2,41000 people, needs an extra 57,600 people soon but is only getting around 13,000 annually. For that reason, there is a rush of demand for Civil Engineers in New Zealand. To tap this state, there is a trend of students applying for Civil Engineering courses at varying levels in New Zealand.
38 courses in Civil Engineering are offered by 16 institutions in New Zealand, that even includes World Ranking Universities. Ranging from New Zealand Diploma in Civil Engineering, these institutions/ universities provide courses in, Bachelors in Civil Engineering, Graduate Diploma in Civil Engineering Masters in Civil Engineering to PhD in Civil Engineering.
Some of the Universities/ Polytechnics:
- University of Auckland
- The University of Waikato
- University of Canterbury
- Southern Institute of Technology
Toi Ohomai etc
In the Undergraduate level;
New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil) – L6 is 2 years Full-time program
Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Civil) – L7 is a 1-year full-time program with multiple intakes
Bachelors in Engineering (Civil) (honours) is a 4 years Full-time program whereas Bachelors in Engineering (Civil) – L7 is a 3 Years Full-time program
At the Masters in level,
Maters in Engineering Civil Engineering – L8 programs range from 12 months to 36 months depending on the course structure and varies to institutions.
PhD in Engineering Civil Engineering takes from 3 to 4 years to complete.
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