New Zealand

If you’re wondering whether New Zealand is the right place to study or you, we outline some of the main reasons why the international student population in New Zealand has grown rapidly in recent years.

Broad range o study and research opportunities:

The eight institutions that make up the New Zealand university system are located in cities across the country’s two main islands, the North and the South.

The distribution gives students the chance to pursue a wide range o opportunities in study, work, recreation and culture. The proximity o all eight universities to New Zealand’s diverse natural environment offers students the chance to research anything rom endangered marine mammals to earthquake engineering. For example, Auckland and Otego have the country’s two medical schools, featuring hospital-based learning, wheareas Canterbury and Auckland have an international profile or their engineering courses.