Our definition for concurrent study.
Concurrent study is where you study papers at 2 different education providers that are credited towards 1 recognised programme. The recognised programme must:
- have academic approval from the Heads of Department at both tertiary education providers (evidence must be provided)
- have papers credited towards it from both education providers
- equate to full-time study.
1 education provider will need to take responsibility for ensuring that the concurrent programme is confirmed by the Tertiary Education Commission.
Both education providers will then need to let us know that it's confirmed by either:
- verifying your study details with us automatically
- sending us a letter.
You're studying at Massey University doing a Bachelor of Laws and you have to do a paper at University of Auckland to complete your course at Massey.