Apply to study at BTI

You will be eligible to apply to study at BTI if you meet both the academic and character requirements for your chosen programme. 

 

Each programme has a separate application form, so please select your programme link below to begin an application.

Apply now for the 2022 mid-year intake

Loans and NSN number

If you are planning on paying your tuition fees via Student Loan please make an application with Studylink as soon as possible. You can start an application with Studylink before  completing your BTI application.

  • Please refer to the Important Dates for the start, end and intensive dates for the programmes.
  • If you need to find your National Student Number (NSN), you can request this by contacting the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) on 0800 697 296 (between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday) or by emailing through the NZQA website.

Admission to BTI

There are many ways to gain admission for tertiary-level study. Each programme has specific entry criteria requirements. Our applications administrator can identify the most appropriate option for you when processing your application and will contact you if they need more information.

Check entry criteria for:

BTI Prospectus 2021

Steps to apply

Steps to Apply

Applications Quick Answers

In determining eligibility for entry, BTI uses a system of multiple entry requirement criteria, which include:

  • The ability to achieve academically.
  • Prior academic and/or professional experience or qualifications. 
  • Character qualities including a calling or passion to the field of your interest and an empathy with the objectives of BTI. 
  • Personal suitability for the vocation. 

You can check the entry criteria for each programme through the programme pages.

Applicants should have empathy with the Christian ethos of BTI, which aims to help students develop a Christian perspective on life and their field of work. Students should have qualities such as personal integrity, diligence and teachability, together with those outlined in the character references. Applicants will be required to grant permission to the Ministry of Justice to release any information concerning criminal convictions.

You may bring certain experience and/or qualifications that might parallel parts of the programme in which you are enrolling. In these circumstances you can seek the credit towards (and thus exemption from) those aspects of the programme. This opportunity is in keeping with BTI’s Credit Recognition and Transfer Policy (CRT).

For more information including the requirements and process for CRT please contact the Applications Administrator applications@bti.ac.nz.

Academic staff will interview all applicants eligible for entry into a programme. Interviews can be carried out either by Zoom or onsite and are intended to supplement evidence of character, academic achievement and motivation. BTI may require an in person interview for some applicants irrespective of where they live. The outcome of the interview, including an offer of a studentship place if successful, will be advised as soon as possible after the interview.

Applications Administrator
Phone: +64 (0)7 562 2938
applications@bti.ac.nz

 

BTI Office
24 Elder Lane, Bethlehem, Tauranga 3110
Phone: +64 (0)7 562 2902
reception@bti.ac.nz

The Application Fee is a non-refundable payment for processing an application. Please click here to go to our secure online payment portal. Alternatively, you may pay by cash, EFTPOS or credit card onsite at the BTI reception. 

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