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Dare to be wise
World Rank : 184 (QS)
National Rank : 2 (QS)
Year Established : 1869
Students : 21,108
Anatomy & Physiology
Coldest month July (High/Low 10/-2)
Warmest month January (High/Low 21/8)
Monthly average for private apartment NZD1,332
Unique Selling Points
Otago University is New Zealand’s first University and has a reputation for both academic excellence matched with an extraordinary lifestyle and balance. Dunedin is a University City which adds to its appeal in regards to the research, literature, culture and people that are attracted to come here to study, research and teach.
In addition to being a centre of academic excellence, Otago University is New Zealand’s only true residential university. This gives you a student lifestyle that is unparalleled in New Zealand. 85% of our students come from outside Dunedin (including 3,000 international students from 100 countries).
Otago University graduates are globally employable: 95% of our students go into work or to further study. We have a reputation for producing well-rounded, practical, adaptable, resilient graduates. Otago students don’t just focus on academic pursuits, they learn life skills, creative thinking, problem solving and team dynamics. Outside of study they are involved in a wide range of sporting, cultural and community based activities during their time here.
Wisdom is more to be desired than gold
World Rank : 223
National Rank : 3
Established : 1897
Students : 22,273
Weekly average rent for 2-bedroom private unit : NZD600
Unique Selling Points
Victoria University of Wellington is a globally ranked, research-intensive university and the first-ranked university in New Zealand for research quality. Its research is robust, relevant and multi-disciplinary, drawing together expertise from across the University to address local, national and global challenges.
Situated in New Zealand’s vibrant, entrepreneurial capital city, Victoria University of Wellington offers students the opportunity to benefit from University connections to industries, government and research organisations strategically located in the capital.
With over 22,000 students, including more than 3900 international students, Victoria comprises three campuses across Wellington city and eight faculties: Architecture and Design, Business, Education, Law, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science and Engineering.