New Zealand Universities and Polytechnics

Education System in New Zealand from primary to tertiary
New Zealand Universities rank well internationally.  There are eight universities in this country, all of which feature in the QS World University Rankings 2018. New Zealand also excelled in the QS subject rankings, being placed in the top 50 universities in the world in 22 different subjects, and in the top 100 in 39 (out of a possible 46) subjects.  For example, University of Auckland is ranked ranked 16th in the world in Archaeology,  36th in Law, 37th in Accounting and Finance, 38rd in Civil and Structural Engineering. AUT is placed 45th in Hospitality and Leisure Management.  Lincoln University featured in the top 50 in the world in two subjects: 39th in Agriculture and Forestry, and 48th in Hospitality and Leisure Management.  Massey University is placed 23rd in Veterinary Science, and 27th in Agriculture and Forestry.  University of Otago featured in the top 50 in the world in five subjects, including one subject in the top 20: 7th in the world in Sports-related subjects, 24th in Anatomy and Physiology, 29th in Dentistry. Victoria University of Wellington is placed 46th in Law.  University of Waikato is placed 24th in Hospitality and Leisure Management.

Not many people know that Nobel prize winners Alan MacDiarmid and Ernest Rutherford graduated from NZ Universities (Victoria University and Canterbury College respectively).

New Zealand Universities offer a wide range of academic courses from actuarial science to veterinary science, from agriculture to zoology, from 3-D printing to sport science.

New Zealand polytechnics and vocational schools also offer courses for those who want to learn to become a chef, a nurse or a pilot. Yes, you can learn to fly a commercial plane in New Zealand!

What is less well known about NZ education is that NZ also offers excellent primary and secondary school education.

Many international students from Singapore, China, India, Malaysia, Nepal, Europe and America come to study in New Zealand for their first degree. New Zealand Universities are also becoming attractive for international postgraduate students. Doctors or dentists who want to train to become specialists will find studying in New Zealand universities/hospitals will be the best decision they ever made. Whether you want to do a MBA or a PhD in NZ, come and talk to us. Think New – and study in New Zealand for your post graduate Master or PhD.

 

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Universities

Institutes of Technology / Polytechnics

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