Come study at New Zealand’s Premier Tourism & Hospitality Management College
Queenstown Resort College (QRC) is an internationally recognised, award winning tertiary provider with campuses in Queenstown and the Bay of Islands. QRC have a track record of high-quality delivery leading to successful outcomes for the Tourism and Hospitality sector. We are a tourism specialist, supported by strong industry networks that leads to employment outcomes.
Come and learn more at an upcoming information session near you. QRC will present information about the college, Tai Tokerau campus, the programmes and the QRC experience.
Date: Monday, 5 August 2019
Location: Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development, 451 Old Taupiri Road, Ngaruawahia 3792
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
RSVP: To attend the Information Session please email: email@example.com
More dates for information sessions will be announced in the coming weeks.
Air New Zealand Strategic Partnership
Air New Zealand and QRC have recently formed a strategic partnership and have agreed to work together to build New Zealand’s premier tourism talent pipeline and enable youth employment pathways for students.
Background on QRC
QRC is an internationally recognised, award winning tertiary provider with campuses in Queenstown and more recently the Bay of Islands (The QRC campus is in Paihia).
QRC’s role is to deliver quality industry relevant qualifications and produce quality tourism and hospitality graduates. Professionalism is at the heart of QRC programmes and courses. QRC students are trained to the highest international standards and are required to follow the same rules at College that applies to the workplace.
All students wear a business suit or a professional tourism uniform and follow grooming standards along with attendance requirements ensuring a highly professional environment at college. This combined with small class sizes, first class facilities, quality programmes, close industry links and outstanding teachers, are a key success to QRC contributing to exceptional educational outcomes.
The qualifications are delivered through a mixture of Theory, Practical (including fully paid internships or work placements for the Hospitality Management Diploma) and Professional (uniform and high standards with a measured consequence) learning.
The delivery is complimented by a high level of residential pastoral care that is focused on supporting students academically, culturally and emotionally. Students live at a Halls of Residence that is managed by role models who provide pastoral care and mentoring to students while addressing local and cultural needs.
|DETAILS||COOKERY LEVEL 3||COOKERY LEVEL 4||TOURISM OPERATIONS||HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT|
|Level||Level 3||Level 4||Level 4||Level 6|
|Prerequisites||Completion of NCEA Level 2 or equivalent is
desirable. Candidates not meeting these requirements will be
considered case by case.
|Completion of Cookery Certificate Level 3 or equivalent. Candidates not meeting these requirements will be
considered case by case.
|Completion of NCEA Level 2 or equivalent is desirable. Candidates not meeting these requirement will be considered case by case.||Completion of NCEA 10x Level 1 (or higher) Numeracy credits. 48 credits over 4x level 2 (or higher) subjects including 8x Literacy credits (4 Writing and 4 Reading).|
|Duration||5 months||9 months||6 months||21 months|
|Standard Course Fee||$4,300||$7,600||$5,500||$13,312 per year|
|Eligible for Government Fees Free Policy?||Yes||Yes||Yes||Year 1: Yes
Year 2: No, maximum subsidy (or study grant is $9,812 per year) – meaning tuition fees are $3,500 per year per student.
|Eligible for Accommodation Allowance or subsidy?||Yes||Yes||Yes||Year 1: Yes
Year 2: No
|Intake Date||COURSE(S)||EXPRESSION OF INTEREST DEADLINE|
|Monday 15 July 2019||Hospitality Management
|Wednesday 10 July 2019|
|Monday 19 August 2019||Cookery Level 3||Wednesday 14 August|
|Monday 7 October 2019||Hospitality Management
|Wednesday 2 October 2019|
|Monday 6 January 2020||Hospitality Management||Wednesday 1 January 2020|
|Monday 13 January 2020||Cookery Level 3||Wednesday 8 January 2020|
|Monday 24 February 2020||Tourism Operations||Wednesday 12 February 2020|
|Monday 2 March 2020||Cookery Level 3||Wednesday 19 February 2020|
|Monday 9 March 2020||Cookery Level 4||Wednesday 26 February|
|Monday 6 April 2020||Hospitality Management||Wednesday 1 April 2020|
|Monday 6 July 2020||Hospitality Management
Cookery Level 3
Cookery Level 4
|Wednesday 1 July 2020|
|Monday 17 August 2020||Cookery Level 3||Wednesday 12 August 2020|
|Monday 5 October 2020||Hospitality Management
|Wednesday 30 October 2019|
- Candidate to register expression of interest in the Air New Zealand Whānau – all candidates will be required to provide the name, employee number and relationship to the Air New Zealand employee.
- A QRC Recruiter will contact the candidate by phone or email within one working day of receiving the Expression of Interest Form.
- The QRC recruiter will ask the candidate to complete a QRC Application Form. A certified copy (signed by Justice of the Peace or a teacher) of the candidate’s passport or birth certificate and the candidate’s latest NCEA results will also need to be provided.
- Once the completed Application Form has been submitted, this will be reviewed by a QRC Recruiter who will contact the candidate within one working day. If the candidate is successful, the candidate will be asked to read and sign a Conditional Offer of Place.
- Once QRC have received a signed copy of the Conditional Offer of Place the candidate will be sent an Acceptance Letter.
Expression of Interest Form:
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