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UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND - The University of Auckland is New Zealand's leading research-led University The University of Auckland is New Zealand's largest university. Established in 1883, it has grown into an international centre of learning and academic excellence. The University is situated in the heart of the cosmopolitan city of Auckland and provides an exciting and stimulating environment for over 32,000 students.
UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO - Waikato University offers you a wide range of flexible and innovative programmes, on a beautifully landscaped campus on the upper North Island of New Zealand. In the native Maori language, Waikato means "flowing water" and is the name of both our province, and the river that runs through the city of Hamilton where the University of Waikato is located. This website contains information of interest to both International students and visitors interested in the University of Waikato, and also Waikato students wishing to Study Abroad. Please use the links below to find the information that you need, or contact the International Centre for further assistance.
TE WHARE WANANGA O AWANIARANGI - Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi offers Maori education programmes & courses from Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, Auckland, Wellington & Hamilton; New Zealand (NZ).
MASSEY UNIVERSITY - Massey University is one of New Zealand’s leading educational institutions. A state funded university, with a proud 70-year tradition of academic excellence and a strong national and international reputation, Massey University is an important part of New Zealand’s post-high school state education system. Campuses in Palmerston North, Wellington and Auckland at Albany, cater for some 19,000 local and international students. Further, in excess of 18,000 New Zealand students study by distance education. The five college structure provide a diversity of degrees, diplomas and certificates.
VICTORIA UNIVERSITY - Find out about the 90 subject areas Victoria offers: what they are, what courses are offered in each subject, and how to include them in your degree. Undergraduate Degrees - Victoria offers 14 undergraduate (first) degrees, plus the new conjoint teaching degrees. Find out what they’re about and how to choose the one that suits you. Postgraduate Degrees - Postgraduate study is becoming the key to gaining high-level employment. Find out about the many postgraduate degrees and qualifications Victoria offers
UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY - The University of Canterbury is located in Christchurch, the largest city (close to both the sea and mountains) in New Zealand's South Island. The university's modern and well-equipped facilities are spread across a spacious campus, with easy access to central city. Known as the Garden City, Christchurch has excellent beaches, parks, reserves and golf courses, and is close to scenic and recreational resources - there are ski-fields within an hour and a half's drive.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY - Unlike many other campuses that are grey and impersonal, Lincoln's buildings are a mix of modern and traditional, surrounded by trees and open spaces. The campus is easy to get around so it won't take long to feel at home and begin soaking up the atmosphere - chatting over coffee at the cafe, playing touch rugby on the field and rushing off to lectures. The experiences you have at Lincoln will follow you wherever you go - and that will be far!
UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO - As New Zealand's first university, founded in 1869, Otago has earned an international reputation for the quality of its research and teaching. In 2004 Otago will have over 19,000 students enrolled and has a teaching facility in each of the four main cities of New Zealand - Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. The academic and administrative centre of the University continues to be located in Dunedin, where the majority of students live and work.
NEW ZEALAND QUALIFICATIONS AUTHORITY - The New Zealand Qualifications Authority provides national and international leadership in assessment and qualifications. We quality assure secondary and tertiary qualifications and education providers, evaluate overseas qualifications and administer the New Zealand Register of Quality Assured Qualifications and the National Qualifications Framework, including the NCEA.
NEW ZEALAND EDUCATED - New Zealand provides opportunities to study under internationally recognised academics and researchers in a wide range of disciplines. Qualifications from New Zealand universities rank with the world’s best and have a reputation for being practical and modern. In some niche areas, such as biotechnology, forensic science and marine engineering, New Zealand degrees are acknowledged as world-leading. Students educated here are earning a reputation as a new breed of innovative thinkers, and enjoying success the world over.
FULBRIGHT NEW ZEALAND - Fulbright New Zealand is celebrating its 60th anniversary in November with a three day conference in Auckland. The conference will reflect on six decades of educational and cultural exchange between graduate students, research scholars, teachers, artists and professionals from New Zealand and the United States of America, and aims to further strengthen bonds between these two countries as we look to the future.Under the theme of “Creative Partnerships” the conference will discuss some of the fascinating influences and intellectual currents which have flowed both ways across the Pacific between the United States and New Zealand.
STUDENT RENT - Student Rent is a website dedicated to helping students find flats and flatmates, and to landlords finding student tenants. Student Rent works closely with university accommodation offices.
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