APPLY

Domestic applications for Semester 1 2021 are now open.

Currently, we are unable to process International Student Applications unless you are already living in New Zealand.


For more information on our application dates:  CLICK HERE


How to apply

Step 1: CLICK HERE TO START YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION FORM
You don’t need to complete the form all at once, you can save your application as you go and come back to it as you gather the information needed. Remember to give a call at any stage if you have any questions.

Step 2: We will contact you within 5 working days.

Step 3: We will contact you about the outcome of your application.

Step 4: If you are entering a programme that has flexible course options we will contact you to work out the best programme of study.

Step 5: We will send you a Study Contract and Fee details. You may apply for a Student Loan or Allowance with StudyLink: www.studylink.govt.nz

> You may be eligible for free fees for your first year! 
   Click here for Fees Free Eligibility Criteria.

Step 6: You return your signed Study Contract and pay the fees.

Step 7: You start study at Laidlaw College!!



Important application dates

SEMESTER TWO 2020

SUMMER SEMESTER 2020/2021 starts 23 November 2020
Earlybird applications close 16 October 2020
All Summer Semester applications close 13 November 2020
SEMESTER ONE 2021 starts 22 February 2021
International applications close 1 November 2020
Domestic earlybird applications close 1 January 2021
Domestic Graduate Diploma in Education applications close 1 January 2021
Graduate Diploma in Education - Semester One starts 18 January 2021
Domestic Social Practice (Counselling and Education) applications close 22 January 2021
Domestic Theology applications close 29 January 2021



What can I study?

Laidlaw has a range of courses from Certificates and Diplomas to Bachelors and Masters Degrees and beyond.

  • For programmes offered by the School of Social Practice, Education click here.
  • For programmes offered by the School of Social Practice, Counselling click here.
  • For programmes offered by the School of Theology, including Biblical Studies, Christian Thought and History, Pastoral Studies, Youth Ministry, Intercultural Studies and Indigenous Theology click here.



More information

  • For information about eligibility to apply, click here 
  • For information about current courses, click here
  • For information about our fees, click here
  • For our Prospectus, and School Handbooks, click here


NEED MORE INFO? If you’d like to further discuss your study options, want to visit us on any of our campuses or complete our enquiry form, give us a call on 0800 999 777 or email [email protected] and we’ll put you in touch with the right person.



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