He Toki- Engineering

Scholarships are available for level 4 Bridging Certificate into Engineering qualifications and Construction programmes - NZ Diploma Engineering Technology L7 Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Do you like problem solving? Then engineering may be for you. 

Some of the best change makers and designers are engineers.

Engineers are in high demand all around the world, so if you take up this challenge you have an excellent chance of getting a job for life.

Scholarships are available for study. We can also help if your maths is a bit rusty or you need to upskill before the course begins.

Scholarships include the Level 6 New Zealand Diploma in Engineering in civil, mechanical, electrical disciplines at Ara Institute of Canterbury and Otago Polytechnic (this is a two year course).  By doing this course you will gain a solid grounding in engineering theory and principles of engineering science including basic design and drawing, mathematics and communication skills.

Add another year of study and get a Bachelor of Engineering technology.

Other courses within Engineering include: Construction Management, Quantity Surveying or Architecture Technology ICT, and we can  help you into these too! If you don’t think you have the math background we can also look at preparation certificates at Level 3 and  level 4, to help you gain confidence for a higher-level of study.

There are also many options for students currently in school looking at vocational programs in this career while gaining NCEA credits. Albert Einstein said:

Scientists investigate that which already is;
Engineers create that which has never been.

He Toki Fees Scholarship

If you’re an applicant who identifies as Māori and you are between 16-40 years old, you can apply for the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) He Toki fees scholarship for support to study the Bridging certificate to engineering diploma programme or the New Zealand Certificate in Construction Trade Skills (Level 3) (Carpentry).

For more information, please contact:

Ariana Te Whetu

He Toki Projects Co-ordinator

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