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Study Abroad in New Zealand, Universities in New Zealand
New Zealand is famous for its beautiful coastlines, jagged mountain ranges, friendly people, and unique heritage influenced by the native Maori culture. It is located in the South Pacific about 1,400 miles east of Australia and consists of a few main islands plus several smaller surrounding islands. The population is just about 4 million people and contains a vibrant mix of European, Maori, Polynesian and Asian cultures. It's much easier to get NZ Student visa as compared to US. Cost of education is low as compared to US, UK, Australia.
University of Auckland:
Located in the heart of downtown Auckland.
Offers Master of Engineering programs in BioEngineering
Chemical and Materials Engineering,
Civil and Environmental Engineering,
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
Tuition Fees for International PhD. students is around 6000 NZD! (12 months)
Tuition Fees for International Masters degree in Engineering is around 30000 NZD (12 months)
University of Canterbury
Offers programs in Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Chemical, Civil, Environmental Engineering and Computer Science.
Located just outside the heart of downtown Christchurch on New Zealand's South Island.
Downtown Christchurch - 15 minutes by bus
Sumner Beach - 25 minutes by bus
Methven / Mt. Hutt Ski Village - 1.5 hours by bus/car
The University of Otago has top eight quality rankings as released by TEC.
Offers programs in science, math and health related degrees.
Located in downtown Dunedin.
Less than one mile from the steepest street in the world.
Widely regarded by students as the best college town in New Zealand.
Auckland: The City of Sails, as it is known, counts more boats per capita than any other place in the world. From hosting America's Cup to the hundreds of sailing ships, water taxis, and ferries, Auckland's connection to the water defines the city. Not only is Auckland surrounded on all sides by bays, harbors, and the ocean, but the city also is ringed by seven volcanoes and miles of beaches-- making it a spectacular setting.
MBA in NZ
University of Auckland
University of Canterbury, Christchurch
University of Otago, Dunedin
Victoria University of Wellington
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