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International Students


Hospitality and Tourism offers huge number of opportunities for career progression and entrepreneurship throughout the sector, from cafes and restaurants to hotels, super yachts and cruise ships, including New Zealand’s billion dollar wine industry.

Studying in New Zealand not only provides you with an excellent education and employment opportunities, it also offers a attractive quality of living while you study.


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International Enrolment Procedure

For courses of 12 weeks or more.

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Living & Studying in New Zealand

Before you arrive you'll want to learn as much as you can about New Zealand.

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Working Holiday Learning Options

Working holiday visas are available to young people, usually aged 18 to 30, but 18 to 35 in a select few countries.

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Join others at NZSFW


Kim Do originally comes from Vietnam and moved to New Zealand four & a half years ago with her partner and is currently based in Wellington.

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Former NZSFW Diploma in Cookery Student Han Sen talks about his two year long culinary journey at NZSFW and future goals.

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Nikesh comes from Fiji and his previous career was as a graphic designer but it was always his dream to become a chef.

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Former NZSFW Certificate in Professional Wine Student Benji talks about his career and why he chose to study wine

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Featured Courses

Certificate in Cookery, Advanced Level 4

Continue your studies in the culinary arts after completing the 18 week long course, Certificate in Cookery, Foundation. Gain the specialist skills you need to start an exciting career in the culinary arts and graduate with industry recognised and respected qualifications in this 36 week long advanced course.

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Certificate in Professional Wine Knowledge, Level 5

Complete WSET® Award in Wine Levels 2 & 3 in a single qualification. Develop your palate as well as your theoretical knowledge with extensive wine tasting and discussion throughout the course.

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Auckland has a wide range of accommodation options while you study.

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Pastoral Care

The New Zealand School of Food and Wine abides by the Education (Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice 2016.

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English Language Requirements

Students enrolling in Certificate in Cookery or Food & Beverage Courses require an IELTS (General English) score of 5.5 with no band score lower than 5.0.

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Terms & Conditions of Enrolment

Please read our enrolment Terms & Conditions very carefully before signing your enrolment form. There is some very important information here for you that describe fee payments, fee protection policies, refund of fees, conduct and complaints procedures.

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Our friendly team are available from 8am - 5pm NZDT to answer any queries you may have.

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