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SIT2LRN FAQs

No. Further enrolment is the responsibility of individual students.  There is no automatic enrolment rollover. Online enrolments are filled out on a year by year basis and students are welcome to apply for multiple alternate intakes in this process.

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You will need to complete the online application form, but can use your SIT student ID for your verified ID.

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Payment is due before the start date of each intake enrolled in - for just the paper/s or unit/s that you have enrolled in for that intake. You will be put to full enrolment status only after SIT has received full payment for the intake. Current payment options are: student loan, credit card, cheque, direct credit, purchase order.

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The individual unit(s) or paper(s) for the course are listed on the online application form so you can select the one(s) you wish to study and the intake when you wish to study them.

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A letter, txt or email from SIT2LRN will be sent to you acknowledging receipt of your application. Once the application has been processed you will be advised of the outcome either by email or by letter.

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Online applications are open until 3 weeks prior to the intake start date. It is recommended that you apply early to avoid delays during or near deadline periods and to be sure that you don’t miss out if courses/intakes/Zero Fees Scheme places fill up quickly.

 

Enrolments for each calendar year typically open in October of the previous year.

 

Online applications are available on a year by year basis and students are welcome to apply for multiple intakes on the one application form to avoid paying multiple administration fees. Further enrolment is the responsibility of individual students - there is no automatic enrolment rollover.

 

If you are new to SIT you are required to provide an active NSN number or if you do not have one a verified copy (signed by a Justice of the Peace/Court Registrar or Deputy Registrar or Lawyer) of either your birth certificate or passport (if you are a Resident or Permanent resident of NZ, please provide a copy of proof of residency), along with a copy of your NZQA record of learning/transcripts from other institutes that you may have studied with / CV / letter of intent.

 

The Application Checklist on each programme's webpage details any further documentation you are required to submit with your application.

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You can apply online on the course description page by clicking on the enrolment button or on the enrolling now page by clicking on the enrolment button.

 

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Right of entry into courses of study is restricted by SIT and apparent eligibility may not lead to automatic acceptance. Applicants must demonstrate attributes, which in the assessment of SIT should lead to success.

 

Where SIT is satisfied that it is necessary to do so because of insufficiency of staff, accommodation, or equipment, SIT may determine a maximum number of students who may be enrolled in a particular course.

 

Where the number of applicants for enrolment exceeds the number of places, or where such a limitation applies, the criteria for selection shall be academic merit, order of receipt and suitability for admission to that course of study. Eligible students not admitted to their chosen course of study may be placed on a waiting list and/or referred to another course/intake.

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It is a requirement of the Tertiary Education Commission that all learners enrolled in Level 1 and 2 plus some Level 3 programmes must complete at least one literacy and one numeracy assessment during the course of their study. If you are required to complete an assessment your Facilitator will provide you with further details during your study.

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All students are sent an official SIT Progress Report for each intake of study that they complete. This shows the units/papers studied, and the results for each one. Progress Reports are sent out as soon as possible after an intake ends, and typically arrive 6 - 8 weeks after the end date of the intake.

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