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Otago Polytechnic_campus

Location: Dunedin North, New Zealand

Country: New Zealand.

Near by Big City: Invercargill.

About The Institute: Dunedin Technical School of Art was established in 1870 and eventually came to be known as Otago Polytechnic in 1st January 1966. It provides career-focused education and training, offering a range of New Zealand accredited degrees, diplomas and certificates. It has its campuses in Dunedin, Auckland and Central Otago. OPSA provides access to many facilities and services like the student ID card, Clubs & Societies centre, a second-hand bookshop, UNIPOL Sports Centre, a free student newspaper (Gyro), free pool tables, free campus telephones, the Student Discount Directory, social events, and Student Job Search.

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OPSA also provides support services like advocacy, campaigns, representation, financial assistance and advice. OPSA is often involved with local authorities representing a student view, especially in transportation and housing issues.

Bursaries: Principal's Leadership Scholarship- Each scholarship provides $1500 per year reduction in tuition fees for a chosen programme at Otago Polytechnic.
Foundation Studies Scholarships This Scholarship entitles the recipient to a $1500 per year reduction in course fees for a full-time, full year programme, or $750 for a full-time, one semester programme. Midwifery Scholarships- In year one, each recipient pays 50 per cent of the student fee. In year two, each recipient pays 25 per cent, and in year three of the programme no fee is paid.

Accommodation: In Dunedin, unfurnished flats generally cost between $90-$130 per week per room and another $80-$100 in expenses like power, phone and food. Furnished flats typically cost slightly more – about $130-$160 per week, and are less common. In Dunedin, unfurnished flats generally cost between $90-$130 per week per room and another $80-$100 in expenses like power, phone and food. Furnished flats typically cost slightly more – about $130-$160 per week, and are less common. Homestays cost around $231-$242 (all meals included), plus a one-off placement fee off $250.00.

Admission Requirement*: Requirement At least a 70% average over 4 academic subjects in CBSE, HSC, or ISC with at least 60% in English, or equivalent in other boards.

IELTS Requirements: overall band score of 5.5 (or equivalent) .

Fees Range: Tuition fees vary between programmes. They are paid for a year, and are usually between NZ$16,000-NZ$20,000.

*Conditions apply.