NZCEL Level 3-Applied

Qualification ownership: New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)

NZ Qualification Framework reference: NZQF 3667

Credits: 60 credits

Number of courses: 2 courses (30 credits each)

Length: 4 months (half an academic year)

Academic requirement: N/A

English requirement: IELTS 5.0 or NZCEL L3-General

Fee: NZ$5,750 + insurance

Work rights: Eligible for up to weekly 20 hours part-time work and full-time work during scheduled vacations if studying 24 or more weeks with IELTS 5.0

Option 1:

Be eligible to enter the NZ Diploma in Business Level 5 .

Option 2:

Be eligible to enter the NZCEL Level 4-Academic.

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Who are interested in:

  • entering NZ Diploma Level 5 programme; or
  • building solid academic English skills.

Applicants must have:a) IELTS 5.0:
orb) Pearson PTE 42 with no band score lower than 36.
orc) Pass EMS’ internal language test.ord) NZ Certificate in English language NZCEL L3-General qualification

This programme aims to produce graduates who have the applied language skills required to participate with increasing independence and fluency in academic, community and/or employment English language contexts.Graduate Outcomes
Graduates will possess the applied English language skills required to:
– understand moderately complex applied oral texts;
– participate confidently in applied discussions;
– analyse and conceptualise moderately complex applied texts;
– write well-structured applied works.Graduates will reach a level comparable to the IELTS 5.5 or Common European Framework of Reference CEFR Low B2..

One intake:

  • NZCEL 301 Applied Listening and Speaking
  • NZCEL 302 Applied Reading and Writing
    Total credits: 60 creditsEach course: 30 credits

  • 2019:

  • 11 March 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 15 April 2019 (one weeks intake break)
  • 13 May 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 01 July 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 05 Aug 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 02 Sept 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 21 Oct 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 25 Nov 2019 (one week intake break) and one month break over Christmas and New Year)
    Immigration New Zealand requires all students to hold valid visa to begin studying a course. EMS accepts up to three-week late arrivals and recommends:
  • off-shore applicants to submit visa application at least 8 weeksprior to the start date
  • on-shore applicants to submit visa application at least 5 weeks prior to the start date
  • 1. “Free” English tuition for intermediate level via our $8,000 Degree Pathway Scholarship
    2. Prepare for two outcomes: weekly 23 hours NZCEL tuition and 20 hours IELTS guidance. Students are expected to be well-prepared for reaching both NZCEL L3 and IELTS 6.0 (e.g., writing exam for NZCEL L3 is 300 words; IELTS is 250 words)
    3. Small-sized class with stronger personalised support which may increase pass rate and students’ well-being

    1. NZCEL L3-Applied to NZDB Level 52. NZCEL L3-Applied to NZCEL L4-Academic.

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    Download NZCEL Programme Flyer here

    NZCEL Level 4-Academic

    Qualification ownership: New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)

    NZ Qualification Framework reference: NZQF 1883

    Credits: 60 credits

    Number of courses: 2 courses (30 credits each)

    Length: 4 months (half an academic year)

    Academic requirement: N/A

    English requirement: IELTS 5.5 or NZCEL L3-Applied

    Fee: NZ$5,750 + insurance

    Work rights: Eligible for up to weekly 20 hours part-time work and full-time work during scheduled vacations if studying 24 or more weeks with IELTS 5.0

    Option 1:

    Be eligible to enter the NZ Diploma in Business Level 6 .

    Option 2:

    Be eligible to enter a degree programme with an IELTS 6.0 entry requirement.

    Option 3:

    Be eligible to enter a graduate diploma programme.

    Who are interested in:

  • entering NZ Diploma Level 6 programme; or
  • entering a degree with an IELTS 6.0 entry requirement; or
  • entering a graduate diploma; or
  • building solid academic English skills
  • Applicants must have:a) IELTS 5.5:
    orb) Pearson PTE 50 with no band score lower than 42.
    orc) Pass EMS’ internal language test.ord) NZ Certificate in English language NZCEL L3-Applied qualification

    The programme aims to produce graduates who have the academic language skills required to communicate independently and effectively in familiar and some less familiar situations with fluency and flexibility in academic settings.Graduate Outcomes
    Graduates will possess the academic English language skills required to:

  • contextualise and understand moderately complex oral academic texts;
  • participate clearly and effectively in academic discussions;
  • analyse and conceptualise moderately complex academic texts;
  • write detailed and well-articulated academic work for assessment.Graduates will reach a level comparable to the IELTS 6.0 or Common European Framework of Reference CEFR mid B2.
  • One intake:

  • NZCEL 401 Academic Listening and Speaking
  • NZCEL 402 Academic Reading and Writing
    Total credits: 60 creditsEach course: 30 credits

  • 2019:

  • 11 March 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 15 April 2019 (one weeks intake break)
  • 13 May 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 01 July 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 05 Aug 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 02 Sept 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 21 Oct 2019 (one week intake break)
  • 25 Nov 2019 (one week intake break) and one month break over Christmas and New Year)
    Immigration New Zealand requires all students to hold valid visa to begin studying a course. EMS accepts up to three-week late arrivals and recommends:
  • off-shore applicants to submit visa application at least 8 weeksprior to the start date
  • on-shore applicants to submit visa application at least 5 weeks prior to the start date
  • 1. “Free” English tuition for intermediate or above level via our $8,000 Degree Pathway Scholarship.
    2. Prepare for two outcomes: weekly 23 hours NZCEL tuition and 20 hours IELTS guidance. Students are expected to be well-prepared for reaching both NZCEL L3 and IELTS 6.0 or higher (e.g., writing exam for NZCEL L4 is 500 words; IELTS is 250 words)
    3. Small-sized class with stronger personalised support which may increase pass rate and students’ well-being

    1. NZCEL L4-Academic to NZDB Level 62. NZCEL L4-Academic to degree3. NZCEL L4-Academic to graduate diploma

    Download NZCEL Programme Flyer here