NewZealand’s list of the 5 universities below not only has good educational quality but also has beautiful architectural features.
1. University of Otago
With a hobby of intensive training students in Medicine. The University of Otago was founded in 1869 by a decree of the Provincial Council of Otago and is New Zealand’s oldest university. In 2006, Otago was named one of the top 100 universities in the world by the Times Higher Education Supplement. This is also a university that attracts many international students to study.
The main base is located in Dunedin, a cultural and educational city located on the South Island with many beautiful views of New Zealand. Students enjoy the comfort of the University, a private accommodation near the university and the city center.
Otago University graduates consistently achieve high approval rates in surveys of employers and pursue highly successful careers around the world. Otago offers extensive research programs and student exchange links with leading universities in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
2. University of Waikato
It is a public university offering high quality, internationally recognized education for all students of various nationalities. At the end of the last century, New Zealand had four universities established in the main centres but in Waikato there were no universities. As a result, in 1956, some hamilton locals decided they wanted their own university. By 1964, the Governor-General, Sir Bernard Fergusson had officially opened the University of Waikato.
The University of Waikato was built on a green campus of 68 hectares, in hamilton. Waikato is well known as a growing and innovative school, always building many programs to meet the needs of the changing international working environment.
As a school with strengths in teaching and research, Waikato’s degree is recognized worldwide. In 2005, the University of Waikato had nearly 13,000 students, including about 2,000 international students from more than 70 countries. In 2006, in a report on New Zealand universities and colleges, Waikato was ranked first in education. Coming to Waikato School, students can rest assured with the university’s diverse accommodation types.
3. Massey University
Founded in 1927, less than 100 years old but this is one of the 3 largest and most quality universities in New Zealand, top 100 major universities in Asia Pacific, top 500 largest and most prestigious public universities in the world. In 2009, Massey is proud to be recognized by the Association of Global Advanced Business Universities – AACSB – as one of the top 5 universities in the world.
Massey University has three major campuses in Wellington, Auckland and Palmerton, New Zealand.
4. University of Lincoln
Lincoln University is a public university founded by the New Zealand government in 1878, starting as a university specializing in agricultural disciplines, with a long history of establishment ranked 3rd in this country. Located in Chrischurch, the largest city on the southern island of New Zealand, it is just a 25-minute drive from the international airport.
It is one of the leading universities in the field of research. Evidence of the university’s headquarters such as: Agro-Economic Research Agency (AERU), Computer Solutions Center (CfACS), Center for Educational Research and Tourism Entertainment (TRREC), National Center for Biotechnology…. selected by national and international headquarters for research.
5. University of Canterbury
Founded in 1873, the University of Canterbury has seven majors: Arts, Commerce, Civil Engineering, Law, Music and Fine Arts, Forestry and Science. Currently, the university welcomes more than 1,000 international students from 60 countries enrolled in its programs.
The University of Canterbury offers degree in social sciences (Social Sciences and Humanities), Commerce (Business and Economics), Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Forestry, Law, Music, Science, Social Work, Speech and Language Therapy, Sports Coach, Teaching and Learning.
The University organizes university and post-university courses to study Master’s and Doctoral degrees in all disciplines. The university of Canterbury has an international reputation for professional quality. Tuition and living expenses are globally competitive.