The Cornell Education Group
The Cornell Education Group, a New Zealand tertiary provider with campuses in Auckland, Tauranga and Christchurch, offers a range of programs including English Language, Information Technology, Business, Marketing and Cookery courses.
Looking for a tertiary provider in New Zealand offering quality education at reasonable fees?
Check out The Cornell Education Group or TCEG, consisting of three schools:
Committed to providing high quality education and professional training, TCEG understandably enjoys an excellent reputation for delivering high quality courses over a long period of time.
All three colleges of The Cornell Education Group or TCEG, including Cornell Institute of Business and Technology, have agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students that is administrated by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority(NZQA). Rest assured that not only are your tuitions fees protected but also your rights as an international student in New Zealand!
In addition, consider enrolling in TCEG for the following reasons:
TCEG's commitment to its students remains the same: to help you achieve your personal best.
The Cornell Education Group has three campuses in Auckland:
If you'd like to study outside Auckland, then try CIBT's Tauranga Campus! Scenic Tauranga is perfect for you if you are interested in outside sports, beaches. This campus is at 46 Spring Street, Tauranga.
And finally, Wilkinson's English Language School can be found at 257 Lincoln Road, Addington, Christchurch.
Before you finalize where you intend to study, check with us first! Not all campuses carry the same programs.
The programmes of Cornell Insitute of Business and Technology (CIBT) can be categorized as:
The starting-out wage. Applies to starting-out workers. Starting-out workers are:
The Starting-out minimum wage is NZ$12.60 per hour which is:
The training minimum wage applies to employees aged 20 years or over who are doing recognised industry training involving at least 60 credits a year as part of their employment agreement, in order to become qualified.
Employers and employees may agree to any wage rate as long as it is not less than the applicable minimum wage rate. Starting-out workers must be paid at least the minimum starting-out wage rate, and trainees over 20 years of age must be paid at least the training minimum wage rate.
A small number of people hold an exemption from the minimum wage.
The minimum rates that apply to starting-out workers, and employees on the training minimum wage (before tax), are:
The information above was taken from https://www.employment.govt.nz/, last accessed on November 4, 2017
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