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Enrolment

Signing up so you can start studying with us

Enrolment is the process by which you and NaSA legally commit you to studying a course with us.

If you are a new student with us, once you've completed the application and interview process successfully, you may receive an enrolment form and supporting documentation with an offer of place. You will then need to complete the enrolment process with us.

Please note that enrolment conditions may be different for you depending on whether you have enrolled with us before or not, and if you are a domestic or international student.

In this section, we have a variety of enrolment information, including:

Enrolment Periods

We have two different types of enrolment periods. They are:

Normal Enrolment Period

Normal enrolment period usually gives you a period of two weeks after your interview date, if accepted, to formally enrol in a course.

Late Enrolment Period

Late enrolment period means you need to enrol as soon as possible after acceptance in order to attain a place in the course.

  • Formal enrolment requires all the information required submitted.
  • After the interview, we will not hold a place for you in the course, and each place remains open for general use until such time as it is filled by the first formal enrolment.
  • Late enrolment period usually starts 4 weeks prior to the course starting date, or the last date our offices are open in the previous term, whichever is identified and/or comes first.

Your enrolment will be denied if any part is missing or not correct. Please ensure all parts of your enrolment are completed prior to submission. If, after we receive a partial submission, you take no further action, we reserve the right to bill you for time spent on "chasing you up".

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Enrolment Conditions

Enrolment is the process in which you commit yourself to the course; Completion of the interview neither enrols you in the course nor guarantees you a place in the course.

In order for us to complete your enrolment, we and the law requires us to have:

Your completed enrolment form

All students must complete this requirement. Returning NaSA students may have a shorter enrolment form to fill out.

For more information, click here for our enrolment form information.

Proof of citizenship

Proof of a residency class visa or right to study in New Zealand

All students are required to prove they are legal citizens of their country and legally allowed to study in New Zealand.

All first-time students and international students must complete this requirement.

Domestic students enrolling for a secondary enrolment may not need to prove this.

For more information, click here for our proof of citizenship information.

Change of Name

If your legal name is different from the one on your birth certificate, passport or other document, you must submit evidence that this new name is your legally current one. You can do this by submitting a marriage certificate (in case of name change by marriage) or deed poll declaration (change of legal name only).

Proof of identity

Students new to NaSA

The proof of identity you submitted at your interview should suffice.

If you did not submit this, we will need to see photo ID. This can be your passport or a driver's license.

Students returning to NaSA

Your identity should be known to us.

Deposit

Students new to NaSA

Domestic students will have to pay a deposit on enrolment. This varies from course to course.

For more information, click here for our deposit information.

Students returning to NaSA

Domestic students studying with us may not have to pay any deposit on secondary enrolment.

Full fees

International students will have to pay their full course fees on enrolment.

For more information, click here for our fees information.

Public Trust forms

All students must complete this requirement.

For more information, click here for our Public Trust forms information.

Enrolments are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

Your enrolment will be denied if any part is missing or not correct. Please ensure all parts of your enrolment are completed prior to submission. If, after we receive a partial submission, you take no further action, we reserve the right to bill you for time spent on "chasing you up". See the charges at Fees and Charges.

Making a false declaration is an offence under the Crimes Act 1961, so ensure the information you give on the enrolment form, in your submission, and in other documentation is truthful. We have the right to cancel your enrolment if you have misrepresented yourself in any way in any documentation you provide us.

When fully enrolled, you have paid for a service that allows you the right to attend the programme as enrolled in on your enrolment form and accepted into in your acceptance letter. We provide this service in full upon enrolment. The charges associated with your programme do not diminish or reduce in any way if you do not attend parts of the programme.

International Student Enrolments

International students have more information available to them with regards to the enrolment process. Please read:

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What is a Verified Copy?

A verified copy is a photocopy of an original document, signed and dated as a true and accurate copy by someone authorised in the Oaths and Declarations Act 1957 as able to take declarations. This person usually has an official stamp to use as well.

People authorised under the Oaths and Declarations Act 1957 to perform this include:

  • Justice of the Peace (JP) or Notary Public
  • Barrister or solicitor of the High Court
  • Court Registrar or Deputy Resigtrar
  • Member of Parliament
  • New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA), Public Trust, government department (including Internal Affairs and Inland Revenue) or local authority employee designated as taking oaths and declarations

If you are from a remote community and unable to access someone in one of these positions, you can use a school principal, minister of religion or general practitioner (GP).

The person signing the document must list their name, official designation, and date, and sign the document. It should also bear a phrase to the effect of, "I certify that this is a true and accurate copy" above the signature.

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Provisional Enrolment (International Students)

We may grant you provisional enrolment, meaning you will need to complete further steps in order to be fully enrolled with us, but we are holding a place until you do so.

If you are an international student, you will also need to:

  • Provide evidence after provisional enrolment you have a current student visa; and
  • Provide evidence once you have arrived in New Zealand you have a current student permit; and
  • Provide evidence you have gained adequate travel and medical insurance. This can be made after enrolment but must be made prior to starting the course or travelling to New Zealand.

More information on student visas and permits can be found on our Student Visas and Permits page.

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Additional Enrolment Requirements (International Students)

If you are an international student, there are extra requirements you need to meet prior to starting a course with us. They include, but are not limited to:

  • Proving, where English is not your first language, you have the adequate skills in the language through test results, such as IELTS or TOEFL (see the Entry Requirements for further information).
  • Paying your full fees, not just the deposit, on enrolment
  • Gaining and continuing to hold approval from the Immigration New Zealand to study at the National School of Aesthetics by holding a valid, relevant student visa and permit
  • Holding adequate, current medical and travel insurance throughout your time studying with us.

More information on student visas and permits can be found on our Student Visas and Permits page.

More information on medical and travel insurance can be found on our Medical and Travel Insurance page.

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Restricted Entry and Entry with Provisions

We reserve the right to restrict or limit entry to courses on the basis of resource constraints. Our selection criteria attempt to be as open-minded as possible; however, with TEC's requirement of student achievement, we will attempt to only select students with the most promise of completing their chosen course of study successfully.

We also reserve the right to place provisions on enrolment. Examples of provisions may be:

  • Providing medical clearance in cases where a medical condition may be present.
  • Supplying any special needs or further instructions for students with learning disabilities from a medical or qualified practitioner.
  • Meeting the legal requirement to demonstrate residency or the right to study in New Zealand, including, but not limited to:
    • Demonstrating proof of residency class visa acceptance if the student does not hold a residency class visa at the time of application but will gain it in the near future.
    • Demonstrating proof of student visa and permit (or other acceptable visas and permits) if the international student does not hold the correct visa and permit at the time of application but will gain it in the near future.
  • Demonstrating proof of adequate travel and medical insurance for international students.

If you have a medical condition or learning disability and do not declare this to us in your application or interview with us, you could be seen to have misrepresented yourself. We have the right to either withdraw our offer of place (if you have not enrolled) or cancel your enrolment (if you have enrolled).

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Confirmation of Enrolment

Once you have successfully completed enrolment, we will send or give you:

  • A letter confirming you are enrolled. This has your student ID number and orientation date and time on it; and
  • A photocopy of your enrolment form; and
  • A photocopy of your Public Trust form (where applicable).

Please keep these in a safe place as evidence of confirmation of enrolment.

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