About Avonmore

Avonmore is a leading private training provider in New Zealand and has built a reputation upon individualised student attention, quality systems, diversity and range of vocational courses providing outstanding educational and employment outcomes for students.  Avonmore offers experienced and qualified tutors in their given field and is financially stable and viable.

Through this strategy the management of Avonmore has proven their ability to deliver quality and industry approved nationally recognised qualifications to their students.

The success that Avonmore enjoys is based upon the well-planned and managed direction provided by Avonmore’s management team [key positions are family], who have a broad and diverse range of experience in education and complementary industries.

The company has, through its commitment to quality and individualised student attention established a reputation for excellence and has been awarded a 3 year NZQA quality audit cycle which is highest ranking available.

Avonmore is committed to providing international students a well supported learning environment and employment opportunities on completion of their studies

Avonmore has campuses in Christchurch (Head Office), Tauranga, Manukau, Auckland City and North Shore City

Over a period of 23 years Avonmore has established a range of courses covering the following industries:

  • Business Management level 5 & 6
  • IT and Computer Network Engineering level 5, 6 & 
  • Hospitality Management level 5
  • Tourism Management level 5

Accommodation

During your study in New Zealand you can choose between a numbers of accommodation options. The table below gives a brief explanation of the different sorts of accommodation available to international students.

Homestay
You live with a family in their home. Homestays are great for helping with your English because you will need to speak English at home. Mealtimes will be shared together. You will be treated like one of the family and expected to help out with household chores and to oblige to the rules set by your host parents such as curfews.

Private Boarding
You have your own room in a private residential home or boarding house. Meals are provided, and probably shared. You are free to come and go as you please. You may or may not be expected to help with household chores. You will usually be expected to care for your own room

Flatting
You rent a house or apartment (Any building where people live together, who are not a family or couple, is called a flat) either on your own or with others. Flats are usually unfurnished. You will have your own room, or may share with another. The rent is usually worked out according to the size of the room. All other expenses are divided; Cooking meals and cleaning are usually shared.

For possible accommodation options students should ask the International Student Liaison.

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Study Areas
  • Business Management level 5 & 6
  • IT and Computer Network Engineering level 5, 6 & 
  • Hospitality Management level 5
  • Tourism Management level 5