Cross-Credits from your Crown NZ Diploma in Business to NZIM and other University Degrees
If you complete the required 6 papers of Crown’s NZDip.Bus, you can apply to be granted a NZ Institute of Management (NZIM) Diploma in Management (Level 5). There is a fee of approximately NZD 210 for this cross-credit. Please ask Crown for details.
You may cross-credit your New Zealand Diploma in Business towards a business degree at a New Zealand university. You may be able to complete your degree in only two more years of study. The following Auckland universities recognise the NZ Diploma in Business; please check their websites for cross-credit details:
The University of Auckland: If you have completed the NZDip.Bus with a B grade average, you will gain entry with up to 45 points of credit towards the University of Auckland’s BBIM, BCom or BProp degree, based on a B grade in approved courses. With less than a B grade average, you will be considered for entry but will not be eligible for credit. If you have an incomplete NZDip.Bus with a minimum of six papers (minimum B grades preferred), you will be eligible for entry but not cross credit.
Auckland University of Technology (AUT): If you have completed the NZDip.Bus, or have an incomplete NZDip.Bus with a pass in a minimum of six papers, you may be eligible for entry to AUT. Eligibility is assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Massey University: Massey University is Crown’s preferred pathway partner. Since 1996, Crown and Massey University have offered a fast track to degree success. Students completing Crown’s New Zealand Diploma in Business with the required grades can enter either First or Second year of the Massey Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) with credits for their Crown papers. The pathway is overseen by Massey, your guarantee of quality.
The College of Business at Massey attracts students from New Zealand and from 100 countries around the world. Massey’s College of Business holds accreditation from AACSB International. Programmes hold endorsements from national and international bodies and professional organisations such as CIMA, ACCA and CFA.