Imperial College of New Zealand is a Private Training Establishment (PTE), registered and accredited by the New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA). NZQA is confident in the educational performance and capability in self-assessment of Imperial College of New Zealand
(Provider Category 2). EER REPORT 2023
We are located in central Auckland. We are committed to providing quality teaching, enabling students to advance their careers by attaining their educational goals. We understand that students have a variety of needs. Our experienced and well-qualified teaching team uses a variety of teaching strategies to provide constructive and exciting learning.
We believe in the following values guiding our work daily as we endeavour to realize our vision and achieve our mission.
• Student-Centred – We hold our students’ current and future success as our highest priority.
• Excellence – We are committed to outstanding services, academic programs, and teaching.
• Respect – We uphold the highest ethical standards and affirm and protect the rights, dignity, and integrity of each member of our diverse community.
• Inclusion – We cultivate a working and learning environment where diversity is recognized as essential to our success.
• Innovation – We anticipate and respond to emerging trends to meet the evolving needs of our local, national, and global communities.
To be recognized as a premier education provider in New Zealand.
The mission of the ICNZ is to provide outstanding educational programs and services that are responsive to our students and diverse communities. We make every decision to support our learners’ career and personal development. Our curriculum, teaching, and services demonstrate that we value the diverse profiles of our learners.
We accomplish this mission by:
• Providing high-quality teaching and instruction to promote the fulfilment of knowledge transfer requirements and encourage academic acquisition in our surrounding communities.
• Providing skills education and student services programs to help students become successful learners.
• Establishing partnerships with stakeholders and other educational institutions to advance economic development.
• Improving our students’ and communities’ quality of life through broad-based research and scholarship programs.
• Preparing students with the skills to function effectively in the global economy of the 21st century.
• Anticipating and preparing to meet challenges by continually assessing and prioritising programs, services, and community needs.
• Seeking the academic resources required to deliver the academic curriculum effectively.