Education Pathways and Study Resources

Pathways to Further Study

Qualifications may lead on to higher-level programmes including bachelor’s degrees in related subjects, including nursing, physiotherapy, occupational health and allied health professions.

 

LEVELS QUALIFICATION TYPES QUALIFICATION
10 Doctoral Degrees Doctoral Degrees, PhD, Doctor of Health, Doctor of Midwifery, Doctor of Health Science, Doctor of Nursing
9 Masters Degrees Master of Health Care, Master of Health, Master of Midwifery, Master of Health Science, Master of Health Research 
    Master of Health Management, Master of Health Leadership, Master of Public Health, Master of Primary Health, Master of Nursing
8 Postgraduate Diplomas / Bachelor Degrees with Honours Postgraduate Diploma in Health Care, Postgraduate Diploma in Health, Postgraduate Diploma in Midwifery, 
    Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science, Postgraduate Diploma in Health Research , Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing
   

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Management, Postgraduate Diploma in Health Leadership

    Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health, Postgraduate Diploma in Primary Health
    Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours), Bachelor of Nursing (Honours)
7

Bachelor Degrees / Graduate Diplomas

Bachelor of Community Health, Bachelor of Social Health and Wellbeing, Bachelor of Health Sciences
    Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing Pasific, Bachelor of Midwifery
6 Diplomas New Zealand Diploma in Addiction Studies, New Zealand Diploma in Holistic Nutrition, New Zealand Diploma in Exercise
5   New Zealand Diploma in Health and Wellbeing
4 Certificates New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Advanced Support)
3   New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Social and Community Services)
2   NCEA Level 3, New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Level 3) 
2   NCEA Level 2, New Zealand Certificate in Health and Wellbeing (Level 2)
1   NCEA Level 1

Education Support Information Providing Academic Assistance

These following video resources provide guidance and information for both domestic and international students and may assist students to improve academic skills and performance.

 

Journals for Self-Growth    

Common Errors in Academic English  

25 Academic English Skills

How to Write Clinical Patient Notes

Public Speaking for Beginners

Get in touch

Please include any details we may need

To Apply:

Fill out the appropriate Application form, include ID (Passport Photocopy) and email to online@kalandra.ac.nz

 

Latest news