Located right in the heart of bustling Auckland, this university needs no introduction. Established in 1883, New Zealand’s top ranked university has 8 faculties and 2 specific research centres. From Arts to Science and everything in between, The University of Auckland offers almost every possible programme you could ask for.


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Auckland is also home to AUT, one of NZ’s young & dynamic universities, although it actually traces back to 1895. The university is at the forefront of emerging technologies, with cutting edge research in Creative fields as well as industry driven qualifications in Business, Hospitality, Tourism, Communications, Design and more AUT has recently allocated $400m for campus refurbishments & expansions.


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Renowned for its famed Management School and Computing Sciences, The University of Waikato also offers excellent subjects in Humanities and plenty more, all in one large 64 hectare campus with a beautiful lake completing the picturesque setting in Hamilton. Established in 1964, it has been ranked twice as a global Top 50 young university by Times Higher Education.

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Massey University is unique in many ways: it’s the only NZ university offering a top ranked Vet Science degree and Aviation studies. It’s also the only university with 3 significant campuses across the country, located in Palmerston North, Auckland & Wellington. Established in 1927, Massey certainly lives up to its tagline “The Engine of the ‘New’ New Zealand’. Discover the difference.

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Located in charming Wellington, the political & cultural centre of NZ, Victoria University (est.1899) offers the perfect vibrant & inspiring environment for students pursuing Architecture, Law, Humanities, Music, Marine Biology and much more. It’s also nice to know you’ll be studying in the “Coolest Little Capital city in the World” according to Lonely Planet. How cool is that? Discover.

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One of New Zealand’s most prestigious institutions, The University of Canterbury was established by scholars from Oxford and Cambridge in 1873. Perhaps best known for its excellent Engineering degrees, Canterbury’s legendary alumni includes Sir Ernest Rutherford, the father of nuclear physics. Current students have opportunities to intern at Google, given the university’s close ties with the company. And to top it all off, the campus is in beautiful Christchurch- NZ’s ‘garden city’. Get inspired.

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Lincoln University (est. 1878) certainly punches way above its weight. Representing what New Zealand is best known for, Lincoln specialises in land & environment research, sustainability, climate change and agriculture. Also located in Christchurch, this is the university that is solely focused on a greener future for New Zealand, and the world. Be part of the generation that will make a change.

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Established in 1869, NZ’s oldest university is located in Dunedin, a city with great Scottish influence. Otago is also constantly ranked among the world’s most beautiful campuses, with its unique neo-Gothic structures. The university is popular for its excellent Health Science qualifications. Being old is by no means boring, as the university is next to the Forsyth Barr stadium- which hosts international performers, rugby games and more. Experience an amazing university life.

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New Zealand universities perform consistently well not only in the overall rankings, but also in world rankings by subject. Check out the QS subject rankings.

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