Explore your options
Bridgepoint is Unitec's range of bridging education programmes. They are specially designed to fill those gaps and help you move into higher level study, whatever your career pathway.
These programmes will give you the knowledge you need to progress into higher education or a job. Each programme has been put together with employment pathways in mind, so you can be sure the skills you learn are relevant.
We specialise in preparing you for your chosen career, so you can choose the strand that best meets your needs. We specialise in:
- Health and Community
- Engineering and Construction
- Creative Industries - including Design and Visual Arts
- Architecture and Architectural Technology
- Early Childhood Teaching and Primary School Teaching
- IT and Computing
- Vet Nursing and Animal Care
- Police and Armed Forces
Bridgepoint programmes are structured so that you share classes with people with similar study and career goals to you. Your tutors will support you to develop the academic skills, confidence and technical knowledge you need to return to education and improve your career opportunities.
To ensure we offer you the correct Bridgepoint programme and the most relevant courses you will be invited to attend a Skills Review session before you enrol. This session will check your current reading, writing and maths skills and give you the opportunity to talk to our friendly academic staff about your career plans and find out more about what Unitec can offer you.
For advice about your career and study options contact one of our friendly Advisors at our Careers Centre.
Programmes and study path
|PROGRAMME||LEVEL||DURATION||CAREER OPTIONS||START DATES|
|New Zealand Certificate in Study and Career Preparation (Level 3)||3||Full-time for 16 weeks or part-time options available||This programme prepares you for further study at certificate or diploma level.||February or July|
|Certificate of University Preparation (Level 4)||4||Full-time for 16 weeks or part-time options available||This programme prepares you ready for degree-level study at universities, institutes of technology and polytechnics in New Zealand.||February or July|