The representative body for New Zealand’s eight universities.
The New Zealand Vice-Chancellors' Committee website.
New Zealand has eight universities all of excellent quality. Each university has strengths in research and teaching across a range of disciplines. For information on studying at each of the universities please contact the international offices of each of the universities.
To find out which universities offer subjects of interest refer to the Directory for International Students.
For information on the admission and English Language requirements, please go to Admission - International.
Universities New Zealand – Te Pōkai Tara does not offer any scholarships for international students. Scholarships are available from:
Generally, international students require a student visa. For further information please refer to Studying in New Zealand.
To see if you would be able to work on your student visa visit http://nzstudywork.immigration.govt.nz.
All international PhD students accepted for enrolment at a New Zealand university pay the same fees as New Zealand domestic students.
Go to the fees section for the indicative schedule of domestic and international fees.
Education New Zealand provides information about living in New Zealand, our towns and cities and the experiences of students who have studied in New Zealand. You can also search which universities have the courses you would like to study.
Portfolio Manager - International Education