Orientation Day

Study Resources about Carey

 

 

Nau mai, haere mai! Welcome to Carey.  

We want to welcome you to the learning community here at Carey. This page is designed to help you get to know us better, to welcome you to Carey and to provide you with key information that will help you in your studies. We understand that transitioning into a new community can be daunting and a bit unsettling – we trust that the information on this page helps make that process a bit easier. We also pray that your time with us at Carey will help you know and love Jesus more and more each day!

Watch and read the information in the links below, and if you have ANY questions, please feel free to contract Neroli Hollis, our Academic Registrar on [email protected] or phone 0800 773 7766. 

The Student Handbook is a key document to be familiar with. On page 2 and 3 it outlines WHO to talk to depending on what questions you have.

Introduction from the Director of the Carey Graduate School, Andrew Picard

At Carey Theology is this passionate commitment to explore God’s word, God’s world and God’s work in order to become a more faithful disciple.

Our Lecturing staff

Our Lecturing staff are a community of faithful scholars who are at the cutting edge of Applied Theology research and teaching.

Not only are they highly qualified and internationally respected academics they take a genuine personal interest in you and your study.

Training Tracks

Many students choose to also join in with one of our training tracks along with their NZQA study. Carey Training Tracks are formation groups that provide discipleship and support for students.

Training track options include Pastoral Leadership, Mission, and Ngā Pou Amorangi.

Watch the video to find out more about Training Track options.

Academic Information

Listen to Rob and Neroli talk about studying at Carey – how teaching is structures, how courses work and where to find the course resources and assessments.

Carey Library

Find out more about the Carey Library. It is a key resource when studying at Carey with over 35,000 physical books and thousands of online resources.

CareyOnline

All courses have an online website which is found on CareyOnline.

All enrolled students will receive an email with your CareyOnline login information and information on using CareyOnline.

In your web browser, enter the following address to go to CareyOnline:  https://careyonline.elearning.ac.nz/

If you have trouble accessing CareyOnline, contact Neroli Hollis ([email protected]).

Student Handbook

2021 Timetable

Carey Prospectus