Study in our most popular cities
Our four campuses are in some of New Zealand’s most vibrant and beautiful cities, just a step from shopping malls, restaurants and theatres - and within short distance of some of the most stunning landscapes and natural places in New Zealand.
If you’re an international student, living and studying in a town centre will give you many opportunities to practice your English. All our locations are also close to stunning scenery and tourist destinations, which will make it easy to take a tour during your holidays.
You will also have everything you need to learn. We work with employers in each location so you have every chance to launch or extend your career.
Auckland CBD Campus
Auckland is New Zealand's 'Big City' - with over 1 million people. It has often been ranked within the top 10 of most livable cities in the world. It is also one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world too. The city hosts many international businesses, bars, clubs, and cafes. At the same time, the city keeps its special New Zealand feeling, with plenty of beaches, parks, and that easy-going New Zealand attitude.
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Our purpose-built Cookery campus is centrally located in the suburb of Henderson in Auckland, close to all transport and public amenities in the popular tourist region known for its vineyards, dining options and fresh produce. If you are passionate about fine food and wine, New Zealand has both in abundance.
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Christchurch is the largest city of the South Island, and New Zealand's second largest city. It's the gateway to the stunning Southern Alps and majestic Canterbury Plains. The city itself is known by New Zealanders as "The Garden City" for it's numerous gardens and traditional English architecture. These days the city is rebuilding itself with fun and funky architecture, shops, and cafes.
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Tauranga is New Zealand’s fifth largest city, and the country's fastest growing town with an estimated population of 125,000, and home to New Zealand's biggest port . It is famous for its beaches and its relaxed coastal lifestyle.
It is the main city of the Bay of Plenty region, which is New Zealand main fruit-growing area, especially avocados and kiwifruit. Several notable national and international are setting up offices in Tauranga, as people flock here to work, study, holiday, and live.
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