Scholars can study abroad in New Zealand at one of eight universities or one institute of technology. Citizens from eligible Pacific countries can also choose from four Pacific universities.

 

Research approved education institutions and their course catalogues

Applicants should carefully research each approved education institution and their course catalogue.

You should research:

  1. an education institution that suits your academic and personal needs
  2. a qualification at the level of study available for your country
  3. a qualification that progresses on from your highest qualification
  4. subjects that interest you. You can choose to study any academic subjects. But we give priority to applicants who choose a study major in one of our recommended subjects.

Subjects and qualifications we recommend for your country

Choose from these New Zealand education institutions

There are nine approved education institutions that New Zealand Scholars can study at: eight universities and one institute of technology.

Eight universities to choose from

QS World University Rankings ranks New Zealand universities in the top 3%. New Zealand universities rank in the world’s top 100 in over 30 subjects.

One institute of technology to choose from

New Zealand’s institutes of technology are also world class. They provide high-quality qualifications and training that focus on practical skills and hands-on experience.

Do more research on these New Zealand websites

These websites will also help you choose the best New Zealand education institution and courses for you:

Eligible Pacific citizens can choose to study at a Pacific university

Citizens from eligible Pacific countries can also study at one of four approved Pacific universities.

 

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