Information for Students

 

Applying for student loans

Our Course Advisors will support and guide students through the loan application process.

Q: Are there other allowances available for my course?

Check with your Course Advisor. They know about all the allowances you may be entitled to.

Q: Are student loans and allowances available for my course?

If you’re a New Zealand or Australian citizen or a Permanent Resident then you can apply for a student loan and/or allowance. Your Course Advisor will be able to help you with your application and answer any questions you might have.

How are the fees that I have paid protected?

Your fees are banked directly into a Trust Account administered by an independent Chartered Accountant. They are only paid out of the Trust Account eight days after your course starts.

Q: What happens if NZMA can’t deliver my tuition?

Your fees are protected by a bank bond with an independent third party (a Chartered Accountant). This will cover any unused portion of your fees. NZMA has contracted a performance guarantee for the bond with the Westpac Banking Corporation.

Q: How much does it cost to study at NZMA?

Courses vary, for a list of domestic course costs click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Is cooking your calling?
Is cooking your calling?

 

 

 

  • Fact 1

    William and Anne Shakespeare had three children. Their first child was Susanna, born a mere six months after the wedding of her parents. She was christened on May 26, 1583, and twins arrived in January, 1585.

  • Fact 2

    The chicken nugget was invented in the 1950s by Robert C. Baker, a food science professor at Cornell University, and published as unpatented academic work. Dr. Baker's innovations made it possible to form chicken nuggets in any shape.

  • Fact 3

    Pie has been around since the ancient Egyptians. The first pies were made by early Romans who may have learned about it through the Greeks. These pies were sometimes made in "reeds" which were used for the sole purpose of holding the filling and not for eating with the filling.

 

 

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