NSIA
NSIA

About Us

North Shore International Academy (NSIA) warmly welcomes you to the world of hospitality, co-founded by Otto Groen QSM, the pioneer of New Zealand Hospitality Industry, NSIA has attained a solid reputation endorsed by achieving the coveted National Training Excellence Award for eight consecutive years from 2006 to 2013. In addition, we secured the Westpac Excellence in Business (Hospitality & Tourism, Best Emerging and Marketing) Awards. We are committed to the intellectual, personal, and professional growth of our students through dedication to excellence in teaching, training, research and service. NSIA has a multi-resource environment to facilitate students’ learning and provides state of the art facilities to enhance the success of our students. We aim to achieve global excellence in the sustained preparation of students for the futures they aspire to achieve. You will enjoy a truly international and multicultural environment, make friends and develop a network with your fellow students from over 30 different nationalities. We are honoured to welcome you to our Academy and look forward to helping you to create a wonderful future.NSIA offers a variety of world class training programmes fusing hospitality management and culinary studies and is committed to providing quality, creative and professional education in the hospitality domain. Drawing knowledge and experiences from a diverse range of industry associations, NSIA is able to deliver a contemporary and innovative teaching approach. To support student learning the Academy provides all relevant educational facilities and required resources. These include commercial training kitchens, production kitchen, cocktail and wine training centre, coffee training centre, training restaurant, commercial bar & restaurant, library, computer labs and multi-functional classrooms. The Academy constantly attempts to gain feedback from students about their learning needs and upgrades its facilities and increases the supply of resources to meet growing demands.