NZMA Newzealand Management Academies

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At NZMA we are committed to offering quality learning. We are ranked as a Category 1 provider on NZQA’s EER rating which is the best rating possible for providers.

This means that we are on the highest tier of private tertiary educators and operate under a four year NZQA External Evaluation and Review (EER) cycle. NZMA’s most recent EER was in 2013, where we retained our Category 1 status. All campuses are fully equipped with purpose-built, top of the line facilities. From bars, cafes and commercial kitchens, to retail shops, live contact centre suites and construction workshops – our realistic workplace training environments will get you work-ready quicker.

New Zealand is a great choice if you are after an exceptional international education in a beautiful and unique place. New Zealand is considered to have one of the best education systems in the world, and also offers a great lifestyle that is full of opportunities and experiences.


  • Small class sizes
  • Fun, supportive learning environment
  • Great tutors with plenty of industry experience
  • Vocational, industry-based training gives you real workplace skills
  • Top-quality facilities
  • Authentic training environments in every campus (bars, restaurants, student-run cafes and fully operational contact centre suites just to name a few)
  • NZQA-accredited qualifications
  • Industry partnerships – we’re the preferred training provider for many of NZ’s leading employers
  • Work experience opportunities
  • Free employment support through NZMA Careers
  • Pathways to further study, both within NZMA and to universities in New Zealand and overseas


  • Auckland Manukau Campus
  • Otahuhu Campus (South Auckland)
  • Auckland Sylvia Park Campus
  • Auckland Trades Campus
  • Christchurch Campus
  • Rotorua Campus
  • Waikato Campus
  • Wellington Porirua Campus
  • Auckland Symonds St Campus
  • Wellington Central Campus


  • Hospitality
  • Cookery
  • Retail
  • Business
  • Information Technology
  • Contact Centre
  • Construction
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Plumbing and Gasfitting
  • Maori and Pasifika Trades Training
  • Painting and Plastering
  • Early Childhood
  • Health
  • Sport and Foundation
  • Free Youth courses
  • Pharmacy
  • Floristry


If you’re moving to Auckland or Hamilton from out of town for study. university can help you find accommodation. Flatting is usually the cheapest option. If you move into an already-established flat you probably won’t have to put your name on the tenancy agreement.

Cost of living

Students may find some regions or cities are cheaper to live in than others in New Zealand. You can calculate how much everyday expenses such as accommodation, power, groceries, and transport are likely


New Zealand offers a very supportive environment for students.

Numbers in your class or course will probably be smaller than you’re used to. So you can expect to receive more personalised attention from your teachers thIf you’re having difficulty with an assignment, you can discuss it with your tutor or get help from the student learning centre. Seeking help where needed is a normal part of student life here.

This support for students extends beyond the school or university. The New Zealand Government was the first in the world to adopt a Code of Practice that sets out standards for the care of international students, in and out of the classroom. an you might in other parts of the world.