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# 214065 26-Apr-2017 14:55
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Hey guys,

 

 

 

I'm fairly new here (just registered) and thought I'd ask if any members or anyone here in NZ Auckland has been to / studied at NZMA?

If you have, what are they like? Are they a good institution? Is it worth the money?

 

I'm thinking of studying Electrical Engineering there to further a bit of my knowledge in the industry but I want to know if it's going to be worth my time and money if I'm planning to full time study there.

 

 

 

Thanks.


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  # 1770729 26-Apr-2017 15:26
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i worked there as an IT support for a project about 4 years back

 

I don't recall much, but i guess they did not had electrical engineering field at that time. looks like they recently introduced it..

 

I do not know anything about education system !!!!





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  # 1772174 28-Apr-2017 22:17
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You'd be far better off going to an established institution (i.e university or MIT in Auckland) to study Electrical Engineering. I wasn't / am not aware of NZMA offering it and I imagine employers would not look at it in the same light.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1772180 28-Apr-2017 22:25
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i did this :http://www.manukau.ac.nz/study-options/areas-of-study/engineering/electrical-engineering/new-zealand-diploma-in-engineering-electrical-level-6
a couple of years ago, well the second year of it as i was able to cross credit stuff that i had done in my training/job for the first year.

 

it was excellent, and MIT were great.


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