Are you thinking of studying in New Zealand? The country has a diverse range of world-level universities, high quality life, diversified communities, vibrant cities, beautiful nature and outdoor activities that lie within a relative compact area.
For those with a passion for outdoor activities, the range of areas itself includes a lot of comfort from the inclusion of glaciers, mountains, rain-forests and the coast. There is no shortage of cultural activities in cities like Auckland and Wellington.
As universities, New Zealand has a total of eight universities, from out of them QS University were on number 7 in world university rankings. This is not a bad result given the country’s low population.
- Auckland University (94) ranks among the top 100 universities in the world.
- Otago University (155),
- Canterbury University (238),
- Wellington’s Victoria University (265),
- Massey University (343)
- Waikato University (401).
While Delhi University is at the 450th rank.
In addition to Auckland University of Technology, there are 20 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics which offer vocational courses in New Zealand.