Tick Domestic Student in the list below.
Use 03 for an international student enrolled in a programme of study that is a Masters (level 9 on the NZQF) or a Doctoral Programme, excluding PhDs (level 10 on the NZQF).
If you identified as New Zealand Māori in question 13, what is the name of your Iwi?
You may enter more than one Iwi. If you do not know your Iwi, please enter ‘Don’t Know’.
Note: please use the 2019 iwi codes published on STEO website.
To qualify as a domestic student, and so be entitled to the Government tuition subsidy, you must be:
If you are studying overseas full-time and face-to-face at a campus or delivery site of a New Zealand tertiary education organisation (TEO), you may also qualify as a domestic student if
The 29 approved countries are in the Asia, Latin America and Middle East regions. A full list is available on the Education New Zealand website.
You must provide evidence of citizenship or permanent residency. To do so you must produce one of the following:
You can bring the original documentation to the enrolment desk, alternatively please provide a certified copy. This means a photocopy, photograph or scanned copy of your original document, signed as being a true and accurate copy by a Justice of the Peace (JP), Barrister or Solicitor, Notary Public, Court Register or Deputy Registrar, Member of Parliament, Land Transport New Zealand, Public trust, or local authority employee designated for this purpose. When a learner is in a remote community and unable to access a person listed in the Oaths and Declarations Act, a member of the New Zealand Police, school principal, minister of religion, or general practitioner is acceptable.
International students must bring their passport with them when they enrol.
Please note that your name, date of birth and residency as entered on this enrolment form will be included in the National Student Index, and will be used in an Authorised Information Matching programme with official government information such as the New Zealand Birth Register, to verify the information provided.
On occasion, more than one National Student Number is created for an individual or data entry errors are made. The Ministry regularly monitors the quality of the National Student Index and, when duplicates or errors are discovered, it works with providers and government agencies to merge duplicates and correct errors. This may require the documentation you provide at enrolment being shared between agencies authorised to access the National Student Index to make these corrections.
For further information please see: < a href="http://nsi.education.govt.nz/home.aspx">http://nsi.education.govt.nz/home.aspx
Privacy – AGC Training collects and stores information from this form to:
In signing this enrolment form you authorise such disclosure on the understanding that AGC Training will observe the conditions governing the release of information, as set out in the Privacy Act 1993, the Education Act 1989 and other relevant legislation. You may see any information held about you and amend any errors in that information. To do so, contact the Enrolments Officer.
NB: The Privacy Act came into force on 1 July 1993 with the stated aim of protecting the privacy of natural persons. It requires AGC Training to collect, hold, handle, use and disclose personal information in accordance with the twelve information privacy principles in the Act. http://www.privacy.org.nz/privacy-act
Supply of information to government agencies and other organisations
AGC Training supplies data collected on this form to government agencies, including
Those agencies use the data collected from tertiary education organisations to:
Your personal details (name, date of birth and residency) as entered on this form will be included in the National Student Index and may be used in an authorised information matching programme with the New Zealand Birth Register.
The government agencies above may supply data collected on this form to Statistics New Zealand for the purposes of integrating data with data collected by other government agencies, subject to the provisions of the Statistics Act 1975. Integrated data is used for the production of official statistics, to inform policy advice to government and for research purposes.
In handling data supplied by you on this form, the government agencies are required to comply with the provisions of the Privacy Act 1993.
When required by law, AGC Training releases information to government agencies such as the New Zealand Police, Department of Justice, Ministry of Social Development, and the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).
Information collected on this form may be supplied to other educational organisations for the purpose of verifying academic records.
Complaints Procedure – a complaints procedure can be found in the Student Handbook.
Identity – If you have supplied a National Student Index number on this enrolment form, and your NSI status is Active, you are deemed to have declared that you are the legitimate owner of the claimed identity.
Photos/Videos – I understand and agree that course photographs/Videos could be used for promotional purposes. (unless I indicate otherwise below)
Authenticity – it is important that any workbooks and assessments undertaken are completely your own work
Fees – In signing this enrolment form you undertake to pay all fees as they become due, and to meet any late fees and collection charges associated with debt recovery. AGC Training policy on withdrawal and refund of fees may be obtained from the Enrolments Officer.
Course Related Costs – In signing this enrolment form you undertake to pay all course related costs, as detailed in your acceptance letter, as they become due.
Rules – In signing this enrolment form you undertake to comply with the published rules and policies of AGC Training with regard to attendance, academic integrity and progress, conduct and use of information systems.
Student Handbook – In signing this enrolment I confirm that I have read and understood the student handbook.