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Have you always dreamt of a creative career in garden design? The New Zealand Diploma in Landscape (Design) is New Zealands premier garden design programme and gives you a solid grounding in site investigation, plant selection and garden design - essential skills if you’re aspiring to a career in landscape design for residential or small commercial environments.
Intake Months
February, July
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1 Year
English language requirements
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Unitec Institute of Technology

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Unitec Institute of Technology is New Zealand’s largest institute of technology, with more than 20,000 students studying over 150 work-oriented programmes. From cutting-edge research to industry-recognised study programmes, the institute is committed to excellence in learning and teaching. It’s staffs come from many different backgrounds and have a wide range of experience, knowledge and research interests.
The Institute is home to students from many different countries. At Unitec Institute of Technology, students can choose from over 130 internationally-recognised programmes from certificate to doctoral level. Its a friendly and diverse place where they could study anything from computing to construction. The institute offers great all-rounded student support services and offers to help if students need study advice, cultural guidance or personal support and career guidance. Unitec teaches students the skills they will need in a job through work placements, industry connections, apprenticeships and the excellent facilities on campus.
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Mt Albert Campus - Unitec Institute of Technology

Carrington Rd, Mt Albert, Auckland, 1142

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Mt Albert is green and spacious, with lots of car parking, sports facilities and cafes to catch up with friends. It’s a 10-minute drive to the city, and a short walk to the nearest shops, bus stops and train station. You can use the free shuttle bus to get across campus and if you dont want to commute.