2022 Academic Schedule
- 2022 Academic Year Planner
- 2022 Academic weekly class timetable
- 2022 Diploma in Intercultural Studies Programme Map (Level 5 and 6)
2023 Academic Schedule
Information currently available:
Eastwest operates a semester-based study programme. Students may enter the study programme at the beginning of a semester, in February or July.
For the duration of your study at Eastwest College you will be part of a ministry team with a weekly opportunity to be engaged in real-life learning and ministry in the surrounding area. This applied learning is not an optional extra, but is integrated as a core component of the training provided to all students.
Part-time study options are available if you are unable to commit to full-time study. If you choose to study part-time you will complete your training over a longer period by selecting subjects to work around your existing schedule. If you wish to know more about this approach to study, contact us and we can start exploring the options.
Other institutions may cross-credit elements of Eastwest’s qualifications towards degree level qualifications when requested by graduates.
Eastwest Diploma graduates who already hold a first accredited degree may be exempt the first year of a Master’s degree with Columbia International University (USA).
Academic Accreditation of Eastwest College
Eastwest College is registered as a private training establishment by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) under the provisions of the Education Act 1989 and its subsequent amendments (registered number 8325). The NZQA official web page about Eastwest College can be found here. The page indicates the full accreditation and compliance of the college as required by NZ government legislation.
Every four years all colleges in New Zealand are audited by the NZQA in a review called an ‘External Evaluation and Review’ [EER]. The last time the Eastwest was reviewed it achieved the highest possible level known as ‘Category 1’. That report can be found here.