NCEA results are out now. We hope you did as well as you expected and gained entrance in your chosen course.
Some of you may have not achieved University Entrance and this is OK! You still have many different options up your sleeve to get you to your career goals.
Crown may be able to help you reach your goals. We have three stepping-stones, which can take you to where you want to be.
Diploma into a Degree
Wanted to get into university? Didn’t achieve the entry requirements?
At Crown, if you have the right qualifications, you can study one semester of the New Zealand Diploma in Business (Level 6) and gain entrance into a degree programme at your chosen university. If you complete the diplom at Crown, depending on your grades, you may even be able to gain one or two semesters of cross credit at university.
Certificate into a Diploma
If you are looking at getting into a management role in the Travel or Hospitality sector, you can start off studying a certificate and gain some practical and theoretical knowledge in your chosen industry.
Once you have gained all the necessary knowledge, you can step into one of our management diplomas. You can gain a certificate and diploma in Travel and Tourism in only two years or in Hospitality in two and a half years!
Certificate into a job
Want to start working in the industry as soon as possible? You can study a one-year certificate at Crown and, with the right work experience and attitude, step into a job in your chosen industry.
We have a dedicated Careers Advisor who works with you one-on-one to coach you into getting into your dream role.
We have many different options at Crown so why not come in and see what we can do for you?
Our travel & tourism, hospitality and business courses start in just over two weeks. Click HERE to complete an enrolment form.
Crown’s governance committee board (GCB) held its inaugural meeting today. Over a fine dining lunch hosted by the Northern Club, Dr. Josephine Do introduced the stellar cast to staff members and then outlined the Institute’s aims and objectives. GCB members listened attentively, occasionally interjecting with clarifying and perceptive questions. Constructive advice flowed generously. From this positive and affirming meeting emerged a list of action points that staff will be working on over the next quarter.