This is a great country for international students – our relaxed approach makes it easy to fit in. With our diverse culture and friendly atmosphere, you can make friends easily and settle in quickly so you can make the most of your studies – and have fun too!
You will get a great international education here. We’ll help match you to the school, polytechnic or university, that will offer the best location, courses, and environment for your goals. And since we only work with NZ’s best providers, you know your education will be world class.
On breaks from your studies, you will be able to explore the diverse and beautiful settings New Zealand has to offer. Whether you are studying in the North Island or the South Island, you will be near pristine beaches, mountains, caves, deserts, plains, lakes, and rivers for outdoor adventures. Here you’ll find plants and animals you won’t find anywhere else in the world!
Explore the unique history and culture of the country’s indigenous people, enjoy some big city life or experience a taste of NZ’s art, music and food scene – there’s never a dull moment here.
Not sure where you’d like to study? We’ve outlined the locations of our education providers below.
Located between the Waitemata and Manakau harbours, Auckland is rated third for quality of living worldwide in the 2014 Mercer Survey. It is New Zealand’s largest city, culturally diverse, and is home to some of the top universities. Click here now to see the schools, polytechnics and universities in Auckland.
The Coromandel is a peninsula on the east coast of the North Island, across the Firth of Thames from Auckland. Its reputation for beautiful beaches, forest park, and good weather make it a popular holiday spot, and the relaxed pace makes these areas great for families. Click here now to see the schools, polytechnics and universities in Coromandel.
Just south of Coromandel, the Bay of Plenty is home to incredible beaches, geothermal tourist attractions, and New Zealand’s largest international port. Tauranga is the second-fastest growing city in New Zealand, with great weather and a strong economy. Click here now to see the schools, polytechnics and universities in the Bay of Plenty.
Wellington is the country’s capital located at the bottom of the North Island. It displays some of the country’s most interesting architecture, like the Beehive (New Zealand’s parliament) and Te Papa, and has a thriving café and restaurant scene. Wellington is also home to Weta Digital, a renowned digital visual effects company famous for the Lord of the Rings and Planet of the Apes movie franchises. Click here now to see the schools, polytechnics and universities in Wellington.
The largest city in the South Island, Christchurch is built on the banks of the Avon River. During the rebuild after the Christchurch earthquakes of 2011, many community-led initiatives have developed artistic spaces around the city, creating a strong cultural identity for the city. Click here now to see the schools, polytechnics and universities in Christchurch.
Located at the south-east end of the South Island, Otago is a diverse area renowned for its award-winning wineries, research university, and tourism. Dunedin is home to New Zealand’s first university, and its largest industry is tertiary education. Nearby Queenstown is a popular tourist location, with picturesque scenery, and excellent skiing and adventure tourism. Click here now to see the schools, polytechnics and universities in Otago.
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