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Crown Institute of Studies are pleased to announce their NZQA-certified Diploma of Tourism and Travel, for 2019


According to Tourism New Zealand, two million holidaymakers visited our shores to enjoy what New Zealand had to offer in 2018. These visitors spent around 40 million dollars every day and this money was used back into our communities. The tourism industry plays a huge part in showcasing our corner of the world to the rest of the world and this is where we need people like you to join the tourism industry.

That’s why Crown Institute of Studies has recently announced their new Diploma in Tourism and Travel programme. The Diploma in Tourism and Travel is an innovative qualification and is now open for application. It is a great for people who are looking to immerse themselves in New Zealand’s thriving tourism industry and be a part of change that would lead to make New Zealand as one of the most visited countries in the world.

Tourism is an exciting career path. Many pursue tourism because it gives them a great opportunity to see the world. Whether you are playing your part 30,000 feet in the air, or taking a group of people for a tour through Hobbitton, the jobs available in the tourism industry are endless and this gives graduates a way of working while enjoying the many benefits tourism has to offer.

At Crown Institute of Studies, we have Travel and Tourism courses that will help you get into the tourism industry and ‘hit the ground running’. We have industry experts that help us design our courses and we can also provide you with work experiences in the industry while you study. Our advisory group are industry experts that help us keep our courses practical and relevant.

Whatever the reason maybe, apply at Crown and we will help you achieve an exciting career in an industry that is forever ‘woke’. Applications are currently being accepted for the first intake, starting 11 February 2019. For more inquiries, contact us on 0800 357 316 or click HERE to complete an enrolment form.