• New Zealand
    • Wellington
Academic Year, Fall, Spring
Subject Areas
Anthropology Arts Biology Business Chemistry Communications Criminal Justice Cultural Studies Design Economics Engineering Film Finance History Law Marketing Mathematics Nursing Philosophy Physics Psychology Religious Studies Social Sciences Sustainable Development Theater +15

Program Details

Program Type
Degree Level
Apartment Dormitory


Starting Price
Price Details
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What's Included
Accommodation Activities Classes Travel Insurance
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Mar 09, 2020
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About Program

Study in the heart and soul of New Zealand at Victoria University of Wellington. This program will connect you to one of the world’s most desirable countries in the world - rich in culture and beautiful landscapes and cityscapes. Wellington is the business, commercial, and political capital of the country, yet it’s small enough to walk almost everywhere. The atmosphere is sophisticated, with a down-to-earth and youthful vibe. Grab a tea in the cozy cafes before you bound off to your next adventure in the North Island. You’re certain to have the time of your life!

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Program Highlights

  • A metropolitan city with more cafés per capita than New York City
  • A large, diverse student body with over 3,000 international students
  • An innovative curriculum with more than 80 academic degree areas
  • Fully furnished on-campus apartments shared with other international students
  • A beautiful campus with abundant student groups and activities and easy access to greater Wellington

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