Working hard and getting ahead is considered a virtue in New Zealand. You’ll find it as a well-developed, connected country and can offer all sorts of opportunities to advance and broaden your career.
But, New Zealanders believe life is for living. So what they do away from the job is just as important. Good living in New Zealand is about balancing an honest day’s work with social fun, time together with your family and friends and taking advantage of all the recreational opportunities and wide open spaces you can enjoy here.
You’ll find the pace of life here is less stressed. And there are all sorts of opportunities to get into the elements outdoors and be as physical as you want – from lazing on an uncrowded beach to getting close to nature in the bush or hooping it down a mountain bike track. Enjoying the outdoors isn’t just a rural privilege – you can experience this lifestyle while living in our cities too.
There may be lots of reasons you’re considering New Zealand as your study destination. But naturally you have to be confident about the quality of education on offer.
- Internationally rated for our educational standards.
- Studying in New Zealand will open your eyes and expand your horizons.
- Lifelong connections
- Our education system rewards both academic and practical, skill-based achievements.
- Education system is open and flexible so you’ll get a wide choice of options and the chance to tailor your learning to your personal goals.
New Zealand has a temperate climate with moderately high rainfall and many hours of sunshine.
While the far north has subtropical weather during summer, and inland alpine areas of the South Island can be as cold as -10°C (14°F) in winter, most of the country lies close to the coast, which means mild temperatures.
The average New Zealand temperature decreases as you travel south. January and February are the warmest months, and July is the coldest month of the year. In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20-30ºC (70-90°F) and in winter between 10-15ºC (50-60°F).
Auckland University of Technology
The University of Auckland
University of canterbury
University of Otago
Victoria University of Wellington
The University or waikato
Polytechnics and Institutes of Technology
Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology
Eastern Institute of Technology
Manukau Institute of Technology
Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
Ntec Tertiary Group
Southern Institute of Technology
Tai Poutini Polytechnic
UNITEC Institute of Technology
UCOL- Universal College of Learning
Waiariki Institute of Technology
Waikato Institute of Technology
Wanganui Regional Community Polytechnic
Wellington Institute of Technology Western Institute of Technology
Whitireia New Zealand
***Colleges of Education***
The University of wsikato School of Education
Wellington College of Education
***Private Tertiary Establishments***
International Pacifica College
Auckland Institute of Studies
Carey Baptist College (Auckland)
Crown Institute of Studies (Auckland)
Whitecliffe college of Art and Design (Auckland)
Royal Business College
Cornell Institute Of Business & Technology
Newton College of Business and Technology
UUNZ Institute of Business