TUITION & ACCOMODATION FEES

FOR NEW ZEALAND STUDENTS

Including permanent residents

TUITION

Fees are for full-time study per year and subjected to change annually at the start of each new academic year

 

Tuition Fee

Programme

August 2017 January 2018 →
Tuition Facility Tuition Facility

Diploma of Japanese Studies

$3624

$800

$36962

 $7003

Tourism & Travel Studies1

$4480

$4568

Business Studies - Project Management1

n/a

n/a

Bachelor of Contemporary International Studies

$3624

$36962

Graduate Diploma of International Studies

$3624

$36962

Postgraduate Diploma of International Studies

$4530

$4620

Master of International Studies

$3044

$3104

1 Further NZQA consistency fee of $20 required for Tourism & Travel Studies, Business Studies programmes
2 Pricing to be confirmed.
3 The facility fee covers student services and access to facilities such as the library and recreation centre. From 2018, textbooks are not included

 

COMPULSORY STUDENT SERVICES FEE (CSSF)


The Facility fee covers:

  • Orientation
  • Internet
  • Printing and copying
  • Recreation Centre access
  • Administration of clubs
  • Cultural events
  • On site health centre
  • Careers advice service
  • Visa application support services
  • General student support services including first language support, counselling access, advocacy
  • Textbooks (To be removed in 2018)

 

OTHER EXPENSES

 

Textbooks

NZ$400 per year

 


 Note:

  • Applicants in certificate, diploma or degree programmes are entitled to enrol in up to eight papers in total during the Academic Year. Additional papers will incur extra tuition fees.
  • A Facility Fee is required for access to the Library, Recreation Centre, computer laboratories, the internet, teaching materials, and textbooks.

 

 

ACCOMODATION

This residential fee includes three meals per day, seven days a week provided in our dining hall. Use of Common room and kitchen as well as laundry, car and bike parking in Living Halls. Price also includes on-site security services.

Accommodation - Pricing

  • Small private room (Halls 1-6) $220 per week (Will increase to $240 from April 2018)
  • Large private room (Halls 7,8,10) $240 per week (Will increase to $260 from April 2018)
  • A $500 bond, $250 service fee, and first week’s rent are to be paid in advance.

Floor space:

  • Halls 1-6: Approx 7 square metres
  • Halls 7-8: Approx 11 square metres
  • Hall 10: Approx 10.5 square metres

 


Note:

  • All rooms are subject to availability. Students cannot reserve a particular hall or room, but we will endeavour to allocate your choice wherever possible.

 

 

STUDENT LOAN/STUDENT ALLOWANCE

NZ citizens and Permanent Residents may be eligible for a student loan to cover their tuition and facility fees, and a student loan or allowance to help with accommodation/living costs. We recommend applying for your student loan early to ensure it is processed before your course starts.

 

Student Loans

Payment of tuition will be accepted directly from your student loan account. In any other case all fees must be paid before your invoice date.


Student Allowance

For students eligible, this will be paid to your own bank account. You will need to set up an automatic payment weekly in advance from your bank account to IPU New Zealand’s account for your rent. Your first payment(s) may need to be made before your student allowance begins, please budget for this. If you are not eligible for a student allowance, you may be able to apply for a loan to cover your living costs.


Course related costs

Students with a Student Loan account can apply to StudyLink for course-related costs. This will be paid to the student’s bank account. You may then use this to cover textbooks etc.

For information on student loan/allowance eligibility, and to start your application, visit Studylink’s website

FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

 

TUITION

Fees are for full-time study per year and subjected to change annually at the start of each new academic year

 

Tuition Fee

NZ$19,000 per year

 

COMPULSORY STUDENT SERVICES FEE (CSSF)


The Facility fee covers:

  • Orientation
  • Internet
  • Printing and copying
  • Recreation Centre access
  • Administration of clubs
  • Cultural events
  • On site health centre
  • Careers advice service
  • Visa application support services
  • General student support services including first language support, counselling access, advocacy

 


 Note:

  • Applicants in certificate, diploma or degree programmes are entitled to enrol in up to eight papers in total during the Academic Year. Additional papers will incur an extra fee.

  • International students are required to organise their own travel/medical insurance and provide IPU New Zealand with proof of their insurance policy before their arrival in New Zealand.

 

 

ON-CAMPUS ACCOMODATION

This residential fee includes three meals per day, seven days a week provided in our dining hall. Use of Common room and kitchen as well as laundry, car and bike parking in Living Halls. Price also includes on-site security services.

Accommodation - Pricing

  • Small private room (Halls 1-6) NZ$14,400
  • Large private room (Halls 7,8,10) NZ$15,500 per year
  • Homestay NZ$16,500 per year
  • A $500 bond, $250 service fee

Floor space:

  • Halls 1-6: Approx 7 square metres
  • Halls 7-8: Approx 11 square metres
  • Hall 10: Approx 10.5 square metres

 


Note:

  • All rooms are subject to availability. Students cannot reserve a particular hall or room, but we will endeavour to allocate your choice wherever possible.

  • Temporary accomodation is available.
    Please contact recruitment for more information.