Ntec

National Tertiary Education Consortium (Ntec)

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National Tertiary Education Consortium (Ntec)

National Tertiary Education Consortium (Ntec) consists of four tertiary institutes, which are all registered with and accredited by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA):

Courses:-
  • Concordia Institute of Business (CIB)
  • National Technology Institute (NTI)
  • New Zealand Institute of Learning and Development (NZILD)
  • The College of Future Learning NZ (FutureCOL).
The NTec schools are high-performing, good quality education providers, and this is reflected in their NZQA (New Zealand Qualifications Authority) external evaluation and review reports. Three of the schools – Concordia, National Technology Institute and the College of Future Learning NZ – have the highest possible rating of Category One, which means that NZQA is "highly confident" in their educational performance


Contact Details
Ntec Tower
20 Hobson Street
P.O. Box 911-312
Auckland, New Zealand.
Phone : +64 (0) 9 555 5400
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Website : Ntec
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