How to Apply

Applying to study

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Step 1 (of 4)

Send us your application form

Download a pdf application form and post or deliver it to us. Download application form (159kb)
OR ask your agent to help.Find an Agent

If you’re applying for the Graduate Diploma in New Zealand Immigration Advice (Level 7) you must complete the Online International Student Application (this includes agents applying on behalf of students).

Please read the information about supplying your personal information and The Privacy Act 2020 before completing your application.

Attach your verified documents.


Receive Your “Offer of Place”

Once we’ve processed and approved your application, you (or your agent) will receive an acceptance letter offering you a place on the course.

If we’re waiting on some documents from you, or some entry criteria haven’t been met, then you might receive a Conditional Offer of Place and a full Offer of Place will be provided when all the conditions have been met.
If you meet all admission and entry requirements you’ll receive a full Offer of Place, including notification of tuition and insurance fees, and methods of payment.
Your Offer of Place tells you the date you need to confirm your acceptance of the Offer of Place by, and make payment of your tuition fees.

Step 2 (of 4)

Pay Your Fees

If you’re currently living outside New Zealand you should pay your fees to Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga once your visa has been approved in principle from Immigration New Zealand.
If you’re living in New Zealand you can go ahead and pay your fees directly to Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga (details will be in the Letter of Offer).

Once you’ve paid your fees, please email a copy of your telegraphic transfer to [email protected]

We’ll forward a receipt to confirm your payment to you and/or your agent. Please ask if you’d like us to email a copy to Immigration New Zealand.

Step 3 (of 4)

Send in Your Receipt to Get Your Student Visa

Send your receipt to the Immigration Service section of the New Zealand Embassy to get your Student Visa. You can read more about immigration & Visas: Immigration New Zealand (INZ)

Step 4

Make Your Travel Plans to New Zealand

Once you’ve received your Student Visa you can start making your travel arrangements to come to New Zealand.

Once your travel arrangements have been booked and confirmed please send a copy of your travel itinerary to the International team. Contact Us
Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga offers new students a complimentary shuttle service from the airport when you first arrive in New Zealand. Find Out More
If you or your agent have requested transport we’ll arrange your airport pickup and confirm your accommodation details.

Welcome to Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga!

Before you leave home, make sure you let our International Office know your flight number and arrival date and time.

We look forward to seeing you at our International Orientation Week/Day so we can show you around and share important information that will help your time with us extra fun.

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Step 1 (of 7)

Choose a course and apply

You can apply online through the individual course pages on this website. (If you want to do a single paper(s) please contact us instead) ... Find your course
...or you can apply in person at one of our campuses...
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...or apply over the phone by calling one of our friendly team 0800 86 46 46

Step 2 (of 7)

Application assessment

We’ll assess your application and will contact you if we require any extra information. You might also need to come in for an interview (this is a requirement for some courses).

Step 3 (of 7)

Track your application

You can track the progress of your application using our online My Enrolments system. You can check what the next step is and who will need to action it.

Step 4 (of 7)

Offer of place

You’ll receive an online offer of place for the course as soon as your application has been approved. You’ll need to accept this offer to confirm your place on the course.

Step 5 (of 7)

Enrolment confirmation

We’ll complete your enrolment and send you a confirmation email, including an invoice for your course fees (if any). If your enrolment is eligible for a fees subsidy (e.g. Fees Free), we’ll apply a credit and confirm what balance (if any) is still owing.

Step 6 (of 7)

Pay your fees

Please pay all relevant fees (if any) before your course starts. If paying via StudyLink, make sure you submit your StudyLink application well before the start of your course. Please contact us if you need any assistance with this.

Step 7

First day preparation

Before your course starts we’ll send you a First day Letter with all the information you need to help you settle in. You may also be invited to an engagement session before your course starts, to meet your tutors and discuss any questions you might have. (This won’t apply if you’ve already attended an interview in step 2). You’re now all ready to learn – let’s go!


Start studying at Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga!

Welcome! It’s great to have you with us!