New Zealand Education
New Zealand’s education system is world-class, modern and responsive. It combines proven, traditional principles with innovation, creativity and fresh thinking to produce leaders and citizens equipped for the 21st century. New Zealand’s education system has three levels – early childhood education, school education, and tertiary education – across which students can follow a variety of flexible pathways.
NMIT (Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology)
Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology is the largest public Tertiary Education Institution at the Top of the South Island in New Zealand. NMIT’s main campus is in Nelson with other campuses in Blenheim, Marlborough and a new Global Campus in Auckland. NMIT offers following programs for international students:
Ara Institute Canterbury – Higher Education
Ara Institute of Canterbury is an institute of technology in Canterbury, New Zealand. It was formed in 2016 from the merger of Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology and Aoraki Polytechnic. Ara specialises in applied tertiary training. Ara Institute offers following programs for international students:
- Architectural Studies
- Art and Design
- Food and Hospitality
- Hair and Beauty
- Language and Education
- Māori and Pasifika
- Music Arts
- Music theatre (NASDA)
- New Zealand Broadcasting School
- Nursing, Midwifery and Medical Imaging
- Animal and Laboratory Science
- Social Work and Human Services
- Sport science, nutrition and health promotion
- Sustainability and Outdoor Education
- Transport and Logistics
St. Thomas of Canterbury College
St Thomas of Canterbury College is a college for year 7 to 13 boys and offers a Catholic education to its students. It is located in Christchurch, New Zealand. This College offers following programs:
Kāpiti College, New Zealand
Kāpiti College is situated at Raumati Beach on the Kāpiti Coast in New Zealand, 45 minutes drive from Wellington City. It was called Raumati District High School when built in 1954, then renamed Kapiti College in 1957. The Kapiti College motto is “Semper Fidelis”
Course information are available at https://student.kc.school.nz/courses/. Information for international students are available at http://www.kc.school.nz/index/home/International_Students.
Rotorua Lakes High School
Rotorua Lakes High School is a co-educational, state secondary school, which was founded in November 1971. It is situated in the eastern suburban part of Rotorua City. Its tributary area consists of the eastern slice of the urban area plus a large tract of rural hinterland from Lake Tarawera to Lake Rotoma – hence “Rotorua Lakes”. The area is rich in Maori history and legend abounds. Many marae are found – especially around the shores of Lakes Rotorua and Rotoiti. The school is on an attractive undulating site of some 5 hectares which has spectacular sweeping views over Lake Rotorua. The grounds have been landscaped and planted with many indigenous shrubs.
Waihi College, Waihi, New Zealand
Course information are available at http://www.waihicol.school.nz/international/courses or waihicol.school.nz
Logan Park High School
Entry into New Zealand University Logan Park High School prepares students for further education at universities and polytechnics. The school offers a wide range of courses and has a reputation for academic excellence, with many students going on to university. Students will be offered preparation classes for National Certificate of Educational Achievement [NCEA] and support for IELTS as required. For more information visit at https://www.lphs.school.nz/international/.
Cromwell College is a secondary school and Cromwell College International Students Information Booklet are available at http://www.cromwell.school.nz/PDFs/InternationalInfoBooklet.pdf.
Western Heights High School
Students at Western Heights High School gain endorsements of Excellence in many different subjects at all levels and for each level of study. These endorsements are helpful in showing the highest level of attainment and are recognised by universities in awarding financial scholarships to attend many New Zealand Universities
International students is in my considerable depth of knowledge about NCEA, CIE, academic pathways and knowledge of university pathways. For more information, please visit at http://whhs.school.nz/international/.