Colleges in New Zealand offer a wide variety of courses and New Zealand welcomes international students from all over the world. New Zealand Government has strong national quality assurance systems, designed to help institutions maintain the quality and consistency of training and assessment programmes.
New Zealand has never been closer to the rest of the world. Online communications and advances in international transport mean local institutions and industries can easily participate in world markets. New Zealand is a compact country and highly responsive to the changing needs of global communities and international business. The country is keen observers of emerging trends and is inclined to adopt new technologies early and successfully.
In the education sector too, the country has shown significant growth, the country has eight institutions that makes up the New Zealand University offering students with diverse natural environment to pursue the course of their interest. Although all the universities offer core degrees in the field of Arts, Business and Science, each also has its own distinctive profile. For example, Auckland and Otago have the country’s two medical schools, featuring hospital-based learning, whereas Canterbury and Auckland have an international profile for their engineering courses.
The campuses in New Zealand are highly global, with students from Europe, South East Asia, the UK, North Asia, Japan, South America, India, and Australia, amongst many others residing together in harmony. New Zealand also has a well-developed system of pastoral care for international students, backed by a government-monitored Code of Practice. This means you will be well looked after during your time studying there.