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To be eligible to receive Gateway funding, a tertiary education organisation (TEO) must be a state school, state integrated school or partnership school kura hourua secondary school.
To be eligible for funding, Gateway programmes must:
lead to credits that contribute to the award of a National Certificate in Educational Achievement (NCEA) and/or qualification on the NZQF
allow senior school students to participate in structured workplace learning, including the assessment and recognition of that learning in the form of credits, and
- integrate workplace learning with a student's wider course of study.
For further information see your funding confirmation letter: Appendix Three: Gateway Funding Conditions "Programme eligibility" for further detail.
To be eligible to enrol in a Gateway programme, a student must be:
- a domestic, senior school student (year 11 or above)
- capable of undertaking a structured work placement, and attaining credit achievement in the workplace.
For further information see your funding confirmation letter: Appendix Three Gateway funding conditions 'Student eligibility'.