Many know NZ for its breathtaking scenery, peaceful environment and perhaps its world renowned population of sheep. However, what is often overlooked and under-rated, is the country’s high quality of living and its role as an excellent education destination. NZ Universities are ranked among the top 500 in the world. 2 Nobel prize winners graduated from NZ universities; Joseph Schooling’s dietitian (Dr Kirsty Fairbairn) teaches at University of Otago. Around 375 times larger than Singapore, New Zealand is home to many diverse cultures such as Maoris, Europeans, Pacific Islanders, Asians, and spectacular landscapes of awe-inspiring mountains, lush rainforests and beautiful beaches (think Lord of the Rings).
Known for its safe environment and high standard of support system, students who choose to study in New Zealand will enjoy a comfortable, welcoming experience that can be adrenaline-packed or refreshingly relaxing, depending on what you enjoy. New Zealand has an international reputation as the “adventure capital of the world”, and it will not disappoint with the myriad of thrilling activities available such as bungee jumping, sky-diving and white-water rafting. Those who prefer a calmer lifestyle could enjoy the vibrant arts and cultural scenes of Wellington, sophisticated city living of Auckland, or relish the magnificent beauty of nature in Christchurch and Dunedin. No matter what you like, New Zealand will have something to offer.
We live and breathe New Zealand. We still live part of the year in NZ and we would like to share our experience with you. We can talk over coffee/tea about studying and living in New Zealand. Call us at 65 6334 3446. Think New – and Study in New Zealand!