Studying in New Zealand gives you a first-class academic education combined with practical, hands-on learning that teaches you to think critically. High-quality tertiary education is available throughout the country, and the universities rank in the world’s top 100 in 65 subjects in the 2020 QS World University Rankings.
Students can start their studies at the beginning of the first semester (February-June) or the second semester (July-November), or enroll in a short-term summer program (June-July).
Students in New Zealand are supported to solve problems, process information, work with others, create and innovate. Whichever level they are studying at, New Zealand can give them a high-quality education that will enable to achieve the desired goals.
New Zealand has eight state-funded universities, 16 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) which have been unified into the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST), and about 550 Private Training Establishments (PTEs), which include English language schools.
Universities offer higher degree-level education. Programs are research-led and generally academic rather than vocational. In the 2020 QS World University Rankings, seven of New Zealand’s universities were in the top 100 in at least one subject.
ITPs and a few larger PTEs offer vocational degree-level education.
PTEs tend to offer specific vocational programs, mainly at certificate and diploma level.
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