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International students researching their options for study are faced with numerous – often confusing – options and factors to consider. Is the climate right for me? Am I more suited to the metropolitan Wellington on the North Island or the stunning scenery of Dunedin on the South Island? Which course is best for me in the ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’? We’re here to help you answer such questions, and ensure that the process of choosing a path for study is smoother and more intuitive for students, parents and counsellors alike.

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STUDYING IN NEW ZEALAND

Traveling to Hiroshima

I had the opportunity to do some touristic activities in Hiroshima after attending the Interdisciplinary Conference for Social Sciences as an Emerging Scholar in...

When I Decided to Be Semi-Adventurous, Part 1

Kit Kat got it right with their slogan “Have a break. Have a Kit Kat”. Having a break (and lots of chocolate) is important,...

See-ya Kea

Going somewhere new for education always seems to give you more than the sum of the enrolment price. Well, that is if you take advantage...

Foundation Programmes in New Zealand

Hey, everyone! This is Rose again. I am in a study break for exams now - I have four exams, I feel quite stressed! I...

The Last Road Trip (Part 2)

We made it!! I haven't been to the north island since we flew down from here with Arcadia five months ago. Chesa and I are...

Old Car, New Adventure

A seven-day road trip, in a 1997 Toyota Caldina with a Scot, a Dane, and an American was just about to begin. It was...

STUDENT LIFE

University Accommodation Guide

Going to university is one of the most exciting things you can do as a young adult. Whether you're moving country, city or simply...

I’m Chloe. Nice to Meet You!

Hello everybody, my name is Chloe. I’m so happy that I can write something about me and my life here and share it with you. Through...

7 Time Management Tips for Students

Effective time management is about having the right balance between your homework, and university life. Organizing your days will take off the stress and...

SCHOLARSHIPS

Introducing Van Nguyen

Who am I? My name is Van Nguyen. I am studying the first year of a master's degree in Entrepreneurship at the University of Otago,...

Wanted: Leaders of Tomorrow!

Are you motivated to make a difference at home? Do you have strong academic or work skills? Do you have leadership ability or potential?...

OMSA (Otago Malaysian Students’ Association) Support for Malaysian – Otago Students

Moving abroad as a student and leaving home for the first time can be tough. Furthermore, if you don't know anyone at your new...

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

From China to Australia: Janice’s Hotel Management degree abroad

Janice studied her Hotel Management degree at Griffith University, Australia. This is her story. Janice has just turned 25 and is from Guilin in the...

Pete’s Urban Planning Degrees at the University of New England

Pete Russell is a Manager of International Development for a consultancy based in Canberra, Australia. He graduated from the University of New England (UNE) in...

Abbie Neilson – An uncommon career path

Dr Abbie Neilson is the co-owner of Cooper-King Distillery, which she owns and runs with Chris Jaume (discover his story here). This certainly wasn’t the...

STUDENT BLOGS

My PhD Field Work at Zanzibar

My PhD on globalisation in higher education provided an exciting field trip to Zanzibar in January 2016 My research looks at how globalisation has impacted...

What Can You Expect?

My friends describe me in a multitude of ways. Some are nice adjectives, and some are not-so-nice adjectives (I do hope they are joking...

The New Zealand Diary 1.0

After graduating from Biomedical Engineering and seven years of work experience in the Medical Devices Industry, I planned to do my MBA. After a lot...