Very much like the Britain’s
system of university education, the universities of
New Zealand are among the world’s best and are much
sought after by many students annually worldwide.
New Zealand’s 8 government-owned universities offer
first-rate tertiary education to students from
around the world. The key strengths of New Zealand’s
top 8 universities is Research. The universities of
New Zealand uphold a high standard of research
activity that is globally recognized continuously.
Hailed for their reputation in Environmental Sciences,
Physical Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, Veterinary
Science, Law, and Agriculture, the finest universities of
New Zealand are Lincoln University, Auckland University of
Technology, Massey University, University of Canterbury,
University of Auckland, University of Waikato, University of
Otago, and Victoria University of Wellington.
New Zealand universities are
self-sufficient and have the necessary requirements
for external and internal monitoring and evaluation
of their educational programs. New Zealand’s
academic year starts towards the end of February or
the beginning of March and ends in November.
The majority of New Zealand
universities work on a semester system, even though
a number operate on a quarter or trimester system.
New Zealand’s only university to be a member of an
international consortium of research-led
universities called the Association of Pacific Rim
Universities as well as the Universitas 21 is the
University of Auckland. Currently, over four
thousand students hailing from ninety-three
countries decided to matriculate here.
The 360° Auckland Abroad Student Exchange program of
the University has over ninety university exchange
partners globally that allow NZ students to spend 1
or 2 semesters at one of them.
Aside from being the top university of New Zealand,
the University of Auckland is also the nation’s
largest. It focuses strongly on quality with
discriminating admission to all programs.
It also offers the most comprehensive assortment of
courses in the country with research and teaching
conveyed over 8 faculties, 2 large-scale institutes
for research and a School of Theology. There are
exclusive opportunities for conjoined degrees and
interdisciplinary education. This university is the
pre-eminent research-led institution of New Zealand.
It topped the State’s latest PBRF report or
Performance-Based Review Fund of all the six hundred
researchers throughout New Zealand’s tertiary
system, a third of which came from the University of
Auckland. This gives students unequaled chances to
be instructed and monitored by several of the very
best academicians in the nation.
It also has the biggest masteral and doctorate level school
in the nation, the biggest yearly number of research
students to complete the postgraduate programs, and the
utmost rank of research revenue. Students of the graduate
programs are part of a huge and varied group in an
atmosphere of very strong back up for student and staff
The University of Auckland has formulated the premier
research commercialization company of New Zealand, the
Auckland UniServices Limited. In little more than 20 years,
UniServices has developed to produce an earning of over
NZ$100 million every year, far exceeding any comparable
business in the country and several of those operating in