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NZCSE Transnational

NZCSE was always developed with the idea that it could be offered to Steiner High Schools overseas as well as in New Zealand. The Federation of Rudolf Steiner Waldorf Schools in New Zealand and SEDT have invested heavily in the development of this qualification. There are hundreds of Steiner Schools around the world who could use this qualification seamlessly and this would improve the international flavour of the learning outcomes.

As a result of this interest there are now nine schools in England, Germany and Austria running NZCSE.

Credit Recognition and Transfer (CRT)

This process has been approved by NZQA to enable students in SEDT approved schools overseas to have their achievement results scrutinised by the SSC Qualifications Committee in New Zealand. They will approve these results as being equivalent to those obtained by students in accredited SSC schools in New Zealand if they meet the required criteria. This is the quality assured, legal process SEDT uses to confer a New Zealand qualification to students in schools in other countries.