AIS Auckland Institute of Studies in New Zealand signs an articulation agreement with CTH

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CTH is pleased to announce that Auckland Institute of Studies (AIS), New Zealand has recently signed an articulation agreement with CTH. As a result of this arrangement, CTH graduates with selected qualifications, as below, will receive advanced standing with AIS.

AIS Auckland Institute of Studies - New ZealandBased in Auckland, New Zealand, AIS is a unique and distinctively international tertiary institution. Since its inception, AIS has attracted students and staff from all over the world and has now developed a number of close relationships with leading educational institutions internationally. AIS is Auckland’s most international, independent degree granting tertiary institution and one of the oldest and well established. Over 15,000 students from 50 different countries have passed through their doors and become AIS’s “brand ambassadors”.

Under the articulation arrangement agreed, CTH graduates can claim the following exemptions:

Level 3 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality

Direct entry to Year 1 of the Bachelor of Hospitality Management degree qualification.

Level 4 Diploma in Hospitality Management

Direct entry to Year 2 with up to 7 course cross-credits (out of a total of 21 courses required) of the Bachelor of Hospitality Management degree qualification.

Level 5 Diploma in Hospitality Management

Direct entry to Year 2 of the following programme with up to twelve course cross-credits (out of a total of 21 courses required) of the Bachelor of Hospitality Management degree qualification.

Each applicant will be considered on merit and decisions will be based on individual applications. In addition, applicants will need to demonstrate an ability to study in English through an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent with no band score less than 5.5.

For further details, please visit;

Main Campus, 28a Linwood Avenue, Mt Albert, Auckland 1025, New Zealand

Postal Address:

PO Box 2995, Auckland 1140, New Zealand
Telephone: (64 9) 815 1717
Email: enquiry@ais.ac.nz

www.ais.ac.nz