New Zealand, Aotearoa, Land of the Long White Cloud – whatever you call it, we call it paradise. For international students seeking their first dose of adventure, you couldn’t find a better place.

New Zealand is the ideal study and travel destination. International students can develop their English language skills in a friendly, relaxed culture where English is the main language. You’ll also have the opportunity to explore the country’s beautiful and diverse natural environment.

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Schools

When deciding where to study in New Zealand you can choose your school, your subjects, and your extracurricular activities – things like surfing, skiing, sailing, horse riding and outdoor education.

You can choose a public or private school that has the attractions or activities you want, in an area you like. Some schools have very few international students while others have a lot. Let us know your preferences and we can recommend the right school for you.

All schools that host international students must abide by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students that ensures students are well supported and protected.

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Travel

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New Zealand is loved the world over for its clean, green environment, endless coastline, numerous mountains and national parks. It’s a safe, small country that’s easy to get around, with a good public transport system.

Find out more

We’ve put together some links to websites that showcase all New Zealand has to offer.

New Zealand Educated
Find out all there is to know about studying in New Zealand.

New Zealand Travel
The official travel website for New Zealand.

Wellington – New Zealand’s Capital of Cool
Wellington, New Zealand’s capital, is a city bursting with creative energy – and strong coffee.

Auckland
Auckland is New Zealand’s largest and most cosmopolitan city.

Bay of Plenty
The Bay of Plenty (including Tauranga) on the East Coast of the North Island is home to some of New Zealand’s finest beaches.

Whangarei
Whangarei is the gateway to New Zealand’s sub-tropical far north region.

Taupo
Taupo, in the middle of the North Island, is an outdoor pursuit haven with bush walks, water sports and ski fields nearby.

New Plymouth
In the heart of the Taranaki region, New Plymouth is one of the few places in the world where you can surf and ski in the same day.

Nelson
Sunny Nelson is home to a vibrant arts community and is renowned for its fantastic climate and laid back lifestyle.

Christchurch
The South Island’s garden city, Christchurch is also the gateway to the rugged West Coast and historic Akaroa.

Dunedin
New Zealand’s most famous student town, Dunedin has a lively arts scene and its own brand of European-influenced architecture.

Queenstown
Queenstown’s stunning scenery attracts visitors from all around the world. It’s also known as a party town.

Wanaka
Wanaka is beautiful at any time of year, with lakes, mountains and rivers your year-round playground.

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