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Limitations Statute


Limitations on enrolments can be established under section 224(5) of the Education Act 1989 where the Council is satisfied that it is necessary to do so because of insufficiency of staff, accommodation or equipment, or section 224(12) where the Council has established places for foreign students in a programme whose continued availability is dependent on the fees payable by foreign students enrolled in it. The Council has delegated authority to approve limitations under section 224(5) to the Academic Board.

Schedule of Limitations on Enrolments for 2013

Limitations under Section 224(5) of the Education Act 1989

Ministry-funded enrolments will be limited in a manner that allows the University to meet the Government's expectations with respect to its approved Mix of Provision for the year in question.

Applications from Ministry-funded students who meet the University's published deadlines for applications to enrol, as well as the admission, entry, re-entry and programme approval criteria for the relevant qualifications and papers, will be accepted according to the priority groups listed below until the relevant Faculty/School of Studies achieves its Mix of Provision target at the relevant level.

If places are still available after the published deadlines for applications to enrol, Ministry-funded students who have not met those deadlines, but who meet the admission, entry, re-entry and programme approval criteria for the relevant qualifications and papers, will be accepted in order of application, up until the relevant targets have been met.


Undergraduate (bachelors, undergraduate and graduate certificates and diplomas)
All these groups will be considered in priority order and, within each priority group, on academic merit.
  (1)   Undergraduate returners (enrolled in undergraduate study in the previous year returning to continue an undergraduate qualification).
  (2)   School Leavers (in secondary school in 2012 or 2013) who qualify for University Entrance (UE) or who are eligible for Discretionary Entrance in terms of the Criteria for Admission to Particular Qualifications.
  (3)   Students transferring into degree programmes having successfully undertaken recognised partner pathway programmes in 2013 (including Certificate of University Preparation (CUP) and Bay of Plenty Polytechnic guaranteed credit programmes).
  (4)   Students who have previously been enrolled at the University of Waikato, returning after a break of up to two years to continue an undergraduate qualification. Applicants who have qualified for admission to university but who have been away from secondary school for up to two years.
Special Admission applicants (students over 20 without UE).
Other students with UE or equivalent.

Taught Postgraduate (500 level - except 594 theses)
All these groups will be considered in priority order and, within each priority group, on academic merit.
  (1)   Taught postgraduate returners (enrolled in taught postgraduate study in the previous year returning to continue a postgraduate qualification).
  (2)   Students who have previously been enrolled at the University of Waikato, commencing taught postgraduate study or returning (after a gap in study) to continue a postgraduate qualification. Students new to the University of Waikato.

Research Postgraduate (Doctoral, MPhil, Masters 594 theses)
Because research postgraduate students can apply to enrol at any point in the year, applications will be considered at regular intervals according to the following groups:
All these groups will be considered in priority order and, within each priority group, on academic merit.
  (1)   Research postgraduate returners (enrolled in research postgraduate study in the previous year).
  (2)   University of Waikato Doctoral and Masters Scholarship recipients.
  (3)   Students who have previously been enrolled at the University of Waikato, commencing research postgraduate study or returning after a gap in study to continue research postgraduate study.
Students new to the University of Waikato.
Notes:
1.   In order to be considered within any priority group, students must apply by the relevant deadlines, as set out in the Enrolment section and Change of Enrolment Regulations.
2.   Within each level (undergraduate, taught postgraduate, research postgraduate), applicants who have not met the relevant deadlines will be considered in the same order of priority as indicated above after all of the students who have applied within the deadlines for that level have been considered.

Limitations by Faculty/School

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Geography: GEOG224-13A (HAM) Tourism Environments
48 students selected by the Course Convenor based on order of application to enrol.

Music: MUSI140-13A (HAM) Music and Computers
49 students selected by the Course Convenor based on order of application to enrol with priority given to students enrolled in the BMus, BA (Music), BA (Screen and Media Studies) and BCMS (Multimedia).

Psychology: PSYC103-13A (HAM) General and Experimental Psychology
400 students selected by the Course Convenor based on order of application to enrol with priority given to students for whom PSYC103 is a required paper for their major.

Psychology: PSYC581-13A (HAM) Psychological Assessment
25 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol with priority given to students enrolled in the PGDipPsych(Clin).

Screen and Media Studies: SMST112-13A (HAM) and 13B (HAM) Video Production 1
110 students per semester selected by the Convenor of Screen and Media Studies on order of application to enrol.

Screen and Media Studies: SMST210-13S (HAM) Small Studio Production 1
50 students selected by the Convenor of Screen and Media Studies based on order of application to enrol.

Screen and Media Studies: SMST212-13A (HAM) and 13B (HAM) Video Production 2
45 students per semester selected by the Convenor of Screen and Media Studies on order of application to enrol and with consideration given to performance in prerequisite papers and prior achievement.

Screen and Media Studies: SMST310-13A (HAM) Small Studio Production 2
30 students selected by the Convenor of Screen and Media Studies on order of application to enrol and with consideration given to performance in prerequisite papers and prior achievement.

Screen and Media Studies: SMST312-13A (HAM) and 13B(HAM) Video Production 3
30 students per semester selected by the Convenor of Screen and Media Studies on order of application to enrol and with consideration given to performance in prerequisite papers and prior achievement.

Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences
Computer Graphic Design: CGRD141-13A (HAM) Design 1
60 students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Graphic Design selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences on the basis of a portfolio of work and, in some cases, an interview.

Computer Graphic Design: CGRD142-13B (HAM) Design 2
60 students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Graphic Design selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences on the basis of a portfolio of work and, in some cases, an interview.

Computer Graphic Design: CGRD143-13A (HAM) Graphic Design Study
60 students selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences with priority given to BCGD and BMCT students in that order.

Computer Graphic Design: CGRD343-13A (HAM) Computer Graphic Design 3
60 students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Graphic Design selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences on order of application to enrol.

Computer Graphic Design: CGRD344-13B (HAM) Computer Graphic Design 4
60 students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Graphic Design selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences on order of application to enrol.

Computer Graphic Design: CGRD350-13A (HAM) Intern Project
60 students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Graphic Design or the Bachelor of Media and Creative Technologies selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences on order of application to enrol.

Computer Graphic Design: CGRD360-13B (HAM) Degree Project
60 students enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Graphic Design selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences on order of application to enrol.

Computer Graphic Design: CGRD361-13B (HAM) Portfolio Preparation
5 students enrolled in the GradCert(CGRD) or GradDip(CGRD) selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences on order of application to enrol.

Computer Graphic Design: CGRD551-13A (HAM) Studio Management
10 students selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences on order of application to enrol.

Computer Science: COMP448-13A (HAM) Developing Mobile Applications
A total of 20 students in combination with COMP548 selected by the Dean of the Faculty of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students enrolled for the BE (Software Engineering), BCMS(Hons) and BSc(Hons) in that order.

Computer Science: COMP548-13A (HAM) Developing Mobile Applications
A total of 20 students in combination with COMP448 selected by the Dean of the Faculty of the Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students enrolled for the BE (Software Engineering), BCMS(Hons) and BSc(Hons) in that order.

Faculty of Education
Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood), (Primary) and (Secondary)
Ministry-funded enrolments are limited to 400 students selected by the Faculty of Education's selection panels as suitable people to be teachers, and based on an interview, academic background, communication skills, background experiences and referee support.

Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Early Childhood), (Primary) and (Secondary)
Ministry-funded enrolments are limited to 350 students selected by the Faculty of Education's selection panels as suitable people to be teachers, and based on an interview, academic background, communication skills, background experiences and referee support.

Arts and Language Education: ALED110-13A (HAM) and 13B (HAM) Introduction to Drawing and Learning
50 students per semester selected by the Chairperson of Arts and Language Education on order of application to enrol.

Arts and Language Education: ALED120-13A (HAM) and 13A (TGA) Music in Action for Educational Contexts
24 students selected by the Chairperson of Arts and Language Education on order of application to enrol.

Arts and Language Education: ALED200-13S (HAM) Exploring Visual Arts Media for Educational Contexts
30 students selected by the Chairperson of Arts and Language Education on order of application to enrol.

Arts and Language Education: ALED205-13B (HAM) Painting in Educational Contexts
25 students selected by the Chairperson of Arts and Language Education on order of application to enrol.

Arts and Language Education: ALED210-13A (NET) New Zealand Children's Literature
60 students selected by the Chairperson of Arts and Language Education on order of application to enrol.

Arts and Language Education: ALED324-13C (BLK) Dyslexia
20 students selected by the Chairperson of Arts and Language Education on order of application to enrol.

Arts and Language Education: ALED504-13C (BLK) Reading Difficulties
20 students selected by the Chairperson of Arts and Language Education on order of application to enrol.

Sport and Leisure Studies: SPLS105-13B (HAM) Dance, Leisure and Culture
45 students selected by the Chairperson of Sport and Leisure Studies on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students enrolled for the BSpLS or the conjoint BTchg/BSpLS.

Sport and Leisure Studies: SPLS209-13B (HAM) Learning in Outdoor and Adventure Environments
60 students selected by the Chairperson of Sport and Leisure Studies on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students enrolled for the BSpLS.

Sport and Leisure Studies: SPLS212-13B (HAM) Physical Activity and Disability
25 students selected by the Chairperson of Sport and Leisure Studies on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students enrolled for the BSpLS or the conjoint BTchg/BSpLS.

Sport and Leisure Studies: SPLS213-13A (HAM) Principles and Practices for Leading Outdoors
45 students selected by the Chairperson of Sport and Leisure Studies on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students enrolled for the BSpLS or the conjoint BTchg/BSpLS.

Sport and Leisure Studies: SPLS214-13B (HAM) Dance, Community and Environment
30 students selected by the Chairperson of Sport and Leisure Studies on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students enrolled for the BSpLS or the conjoint BTchg/BSpLS.

Faculty of Law
Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Laws conjoint programmes
Ministry-funded enrolments are limited to 230 students selected by the Faculty of Law Admissions Committee.

Law: LAWS458-13B (HAM) Advocacy
30 students selected by the Dean of Law on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students on the basis of previous academic merit and/or involvement in competitions.

Waikato Management School
Accounting ACCT101-13T (HAM) Accounting for Management
50 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

Accounting: ACCT302-13S (TGA) Financial Accounting
20 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

Accounting: ACCT506-13A (HAM) International Accounting
25 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.
Corporate & Executive Education
The Centre for Corporate and Executive Education reserves the right to restrict enrolments in papers to 40, on order of application to enrol.

Human Resource Management: HRMG241-13T (HAM) Organisational Behaviour
50 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

International Management: INMG501-13S (NET) E-Global Business: Strategic Management and Marketing
25 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

International Management: INMG517-13B (NET) Current Issues in International Management
25 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

International Management: INMG588-13A (NET) International Business Strategy
40 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

Strategic Management: STMG560-13T (NET) Conscious Enterprise
20 students selected by the Chairperson of Strategy and Human Resource Management on order of application to enrol.

Tourism Management: TOMG206-13A (HAM) Food and Beverage Management
60 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

Tourism Management: TOMG207-13B (HAM) Accommodation Management
60 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

Tourism Management: TOMG216-13A (HAM) Food and Beverage Management Placement
60 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

Tourism Management: TOMG217-13B (HAM) Accommodation Management Placement
60 students selected by the Course Convenor on order of application to enrol.

Faculty of Science and Engineering
Biological Sciences: BIOL224-13B (TGA) Aquaculture Reproduction and Early Life Stages
40 students selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Science & Engineering on order of application to enrol. This paper is only available to students in the final year of a BSc in Tauranga.

Earth Sciences: ERTH221-13B (HAM) Earth Materials and Processes
65 students selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Science & Engineering on order of application to enrol.

Earth Sciences: ERTH222-13A (HAM) Stratigraphy, Structure and Field Methods
45 students selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Science & Engineering on order of application to enrol.

School of Mâori and Pacific Development
Mâori Language/Te Reo Mâori: MAOR111-13C (HAM) Te Tohu Paetahi specialisation in Te Reo Mâori
45 students per stream selected on the basis of academic and language background by an interview panel appointed by the Chairperson of Te Aka Reo.

Mâori Language/Te Reo Mâori: MAOR112-13C (HAM) Te Tohu Paetahi specialisation in Te Reo Mâori
45 students per stream selected on the basis of academic and language background by an interview panel appointed by the Chairperson of Te Aka Reo.

Mâori Language/Te Reo Mâori: MAOR211-13C (HAM) Te Tohu Paetahi specialisation in Te Reo Mâori
45 students per stream selected on the basis of academic and language background by an interview panel appointed by the Chairperson of Te Aka Reo.

Mâori Language/Te Reo Mâori: MAOR212-13C (HAM) Te Tohu Paetahi specialisation in Te Reo Mâori
45 students per stream selected on the basis of academic and language background by an interview panel appointed by the Chairperson of Te Aka Reo.

Mâori Language/Te Reo Mâori: MAOR213-13C (HAM) Te Tohu Paetahi specialisation in Te Reo Mâori
45 students per stream selected on the basis of academic and language background by an interview panel appointed by the Chairperson of Te Aka Reo.

Mâori Language/Te Reo Mâori: MAOR214-13C (HAM) Te Tohu Paetahi specialisation in Te Reo Mâori
45 students per stream selected on the basis of academic and language background by an interview panel appointed by the Chairperson of Te Aka Reo.

Mâori Cultural Studies/Tikanga Mâori: TIKA241-13A (HAM) Te Ao Oro: The Mâori World of Sound
20 students selected by the Chairperson of Te Aka Tikanga on order of application to enrol, with priority given to students enrolled in the School of Mâori and Pacific Development.


Limitations under Section 224(12) of the Education Act 1989
Enrolments from full-cost international students will be accepted on the basis that they pay full fees to fund their courses of study and, therefore, that they are not taking a place that would otherwise be available to a domestic student.

Waikato Pathways College
Entry to the following qualifications is limited to full-cost international students:
Certificate of Attainment in English Language
Certificate of Attainment in Foundation Studies