The New Zealand Government announced on 11th May 2020 that it is safe to move to COVID-19 Alert Level 2 from 14th May 2020. ACMI will resume classes on campus from 18th May 2020. Health and Safety measures under COVID-19 Alert Level 2 will be in place for all students, staffs and visitors on campus. ACMI welcomes all students and staffs back on campus from 18th May 2020. These are the Health and safety measures to be followed on campusunder COVID-19 Alert Level 2 restrictions:

If you are sick, do not come on campus. Please stay home and call or email to let us know, or for any assistance required.

Our Programmes

ACMI offers study programmes that lead to the New Zealand Diplomas (Level 5 and Level 6) in Tourism and Travel and Training Schemes/Certificates in English Language (Levels 2 and 3) and IELTs preparation course (Level 3). Hospitality programmes will also be offered once approved by NZQA.

Each programme will include classroom suggestions, workshop practices with relevance to the programme. Students will be given an opportunity to participate in practical exercises, prepare and submit individual assignments enabling students to conduct research which will enhance and bring out the skills and knowledge of the students. Study programmes are delivered at a pace that suits the student group.

All staff members at ACMI have professional qualifications in their respective fields of expertise and adult education. They are backed by a full range of learning resources and an in-house student support service.

ACMI has a NZQA category three rating after recent EER.

All ACMI courses are designed to meet their graduate outcomes:

Our academic programmes support and nurture students to meet today’s business needs where students learn how to apply classroom theories to practical business scenarios and are also well prepared to be effective employees or to progress to higher education. Our English Language programmes help beginners, intermediate and upper-intermediate students to use everyday English for living, studying and working in New Zealand and globally with increased fluency, accuracy and confidence. Learners get to acquire listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and eventually develop their vocabulary and Grammar.

Providing Pathways:

Qualifications gained at ACMI support International students who aspire for further studies. You can seek entry into higher qualifications either at ACMI or any other institution. Also ACMI has liaison with other Private Training Establishments to assist and provide enrollment for our international students seeking higher education.