New Zealand

New Zealand Institutions

Introducing…New Zealand 100% Pure. New Zealand International students researching their options for study are faced with numerous – often confusing – options and factors to consider....

Becoming a Doctor: How Long Does It Take?

To read our in-depth article about studying medicine in Germany, click here. If you're looking to work in the medical profession, you will no doubt...

Semester’s Closing

The semester is now coming to an end and while it is a time to rejoice at the thought of being done with finals,...

Where to Next: Top 5 Student-Friendly Cities in The World

You’ve chosen the degree you want to pursue. You have a pretty good idea of what job title you want to nail after graduation....

The Courage Of Trusting Your Own Decisions (Part 2)

Discover the second chapter of Eileen's uni stories and experiences in New Zealand below. Whom do you miss the most from home? Mostly family and close...

Cheap and sustainable lifestyle for students

Not long after I came to Dunedin, I enrolled in the sustainable living course held by the Dunedin City Council. The ad about the...

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...

Making Dunedin Home

There are so many emotions that come along with embarking on an adventure to study abroad in a new place whether that be for...

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...

When I Decided to Be Semi-Adventurous, Part 2

Rachel continues to share her adventurous stories from 2016/17. (On the off chance that you've missed the first part of her story, click here to be...

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,...

Staying put or returning home?

Deciding to go one-on-one with the world is never easy. For young students taking up international studies, this move involved a lot of planning...

The 2017 Global Studies Research Conference at Singapore

Searching for my first international conference on my research interest in globalisation, I stumbled upon Common Ground that hosts the Global Studies Research Network. My application was...

The New Zealand Diary 2.0: The Kiwi Sports Adventure

Sipping my Mocha at Starbucks, Philadelphia (USA), when I reflected back on what I miss the most about my fantastic time in New Zealand...

My Study Spots: Libraries and Cafés in Dunedin

Sometimes, when I have the writer’s block or I need a different writing environment, I try to work in a ‘non-office’ spot. This strategy...