Bachelor of Applied Business Management / Diploma in Business
The tutors have a low level of knowledge about what they teach, most if them don't even know HOW to teach. Classes are not catered to what you actually need to know for your degree, also no choice of classes, you study what you are told to study, but I can only speak for the school of business. There are no extracurricular clubs or activities set up except for you putting your own hand up to kick something up. Not much of a community in there and a lot of creepy Indian male students who bothered me all the time. That saying though, it is probably your cheapest option except the Open Polytechnic. The management is quite inefficient so you can't get any feedback through to them. The campus is Petone sucks, it's very old and non operating, but Te Auaha and Whitireia are great. Also there are no health professionals and no student accommodation, so you have to arrange that by yourself.