Eastern Institute Of Technology

New Zealand

The Eastern Institute of Technology is a higher education provider with campuses in Hawke’s Bay, Tairawhiti (Gisborne) and Auckland, New Zealand. Today, the institution offers over 150 courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Currently, this provider is ranked among the top two institutes of technology in New Zealand.

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Campus Life

The Eastern Institute of Technology has several high-quality facilities across its three campuses. First, the libraries offer study and research facilities for students, staff and the local community. Study areas provide a relaxed and friendly location, with individual and group options available. Also, students will find books, journals, newspapers, electronic resources, DVDs and CDs, computers, laptops and laptop connections at the libraries.

Furthermore, the three campuses have top-quality, subject-specific facilities. These include high-tech trade workshops, training kitchens and wine science and laboratories. For leisure time, students can visit one of the campuses’ many cafés and student training cafés. Here students will find affordable and varied food options in a sociable environment.

City life

With three campuses in New Zealand, students have different options when it comes to city life. The Eastern Institute of Technology campus in Auckland is in the business district. As a result, students can experience the city life of bars, cafes and restaurants. However, the campus is also close to the nearby mountains and beaches.

At the Napier campus in Hawkes Bay, students will find a city influenced by European and Spanish culture, while the weather is similar to the South of France. The city is also well known for its food. Students can find specialist seafood restaurants and local cuisine at one of the many restaurants. There are also opportunities for outdoor exploration and watersports year-round in Napier.


The Eastern Institute has a good reputation in New Zealand and the institution has connections in many professional industries in the country. During their studies, students gain first-hand experience of working life to build work-based skills and confidence. Students can also develop contacts in their field. In addition, the university has special programme coordinators and career advisors who can support training and career preparation.


The Eastern Institute Of Technology is ranked 4067th in the QS World University Rankings.

Students need the equivalent of an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. International students will also need to prove they have the appropriate English communication and written skills.
The Eastern Institute has a good reputation for providing quality higher education courses and experience. Its courses are accredited by the Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Therefore, it has to maintain certain academic standards.
Currently, international students have several scholarship options available. These range from government-led aid to disability and course-specific scholarships. Some of the financial aid options provided by the Eastern Institute. However, other options are offered by external companies and organisations. The institution also has specialised staff who can advise on scholarship options during the application process.

Approx. 900

No. of international students


Approx. 14,400 USD



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