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Victoria University of Wellington

New Zealand
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Victoria University of Wellington

New Zealand
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Victoria University of Wellington

New Zealand
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Victoria University of Wellington

New Zealand
Overview

Overview

Victoria University is ranked number one in New Zealand for research quality, and is proud to offer a world-class education, taught by professors who are experts in their fields. The programmes on offer have a close connection to their respective industry and work with Wellington’s business, government and scientific research communities to give students the best chance of succeeding in their careers upon graduation.

Situated in Wellington, Victoria University is one of New Zealand's oldest institutions, is often recognised for its academic excellence and is ranked among the top two percent of the world's universities (2018 QS World University Rankings). The University has three campuses spread across Wellington.

A Careers and Employment team are on hand to help students make the most of their studies and work towards achieving their career goals and ambitions. As well as chatting on a one-to-one basis with a careers consultant, students can drop by to get advice on their CV, as well as attending workshops and logging in to the online Careers Hub to manage their progress.

Victoria University students have the opportunity to study abroad in another different country as part of their degree. There are currently 26 countries to choose from, including Canada, Mexico, Denmark and Hong Kong.

Students are supported throughout their time studying by a variety of services, which focus on things such as additional study help, support for disabled students, a dedicated service for international students, confidential counselling and advice on health and wellbeing.

In their spare time, students have the chance to get involved in one of the many clubs and societies ran across the institution, which range from special-interest groups to sports teams. These provide a great opportunity to meet new people and settle into new surroundings.

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Overview

Overview

Victoria University of Wellington is one of the country’s oldest institutions and is situated in New Zealand’s capital, with three campuses in the city. It is often recognised for its academic excellence, including being ranked among the top two percent of the world's universities in the 2019 QS World University Rankings. The university is placed in the top one percent of universities globally for 19 of its subjects including communication and media studies, psychology, religious studies, geography, law, library and information management, linguistics, performing arts, development studies, and politics and international studies.

A careers and employment team are on hand to help students make the most of their studies and work towards achieving their career goals and ambitions. As well as chatting on a one-to-one basis with a careers consultant, students can drop by to get advice on their CV, as well as attending workshops and logging in to the online Careers Hub to manage their progress.

Victoria University of Wellington students have the opportunity to study abroad in another country as part of their degree. There are currently 140 exchange partner universities in 30 countries to choose from, including in Canada, Mexico, Denmark, and Singapore.

Students are supported throughout their time studying by a variety of services, which focus on things such as additional study help, support for disabled students, a dedicated service for international students, confidential counselling and advice on health and wellbeing.

In their spare time, students have the chance to get involved in one of the many clubs and societies run across the institution, which range from special-interest groups to sports teams. These provide a great opportunity to meet new people and settle into new surroundings. There are also volunteering opportunities and the chance for students to start their own society and demonstrate leadership skills.

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Overview

Overview

Victoria University of Wellington is one of the country's oldest institutions and is situated in New Zealand's capital, with three campuses in the city. It is often recognised for its academic excellence, including being ranked among the top two percent of the world's universities in the 2019 QS World University Rankings. The university is placed in the top one percent of universities globally for 19 of its subjects including communication and media studies, psychology, religious studies, geography, law, library and information management, linguistics, performing arts, development studies, and politics and international studies.

A careers and employment team are on hand to help students make the most of their studies and work towards achieving their career goals and ambitions. As well as chatting on a one-to-one basis with a careers consultant, students can drop by to get advice on their CV, as well as attending workshops and logging in to the online Careers Hub to manage their progress.

Victoria University of Wellington students have the opportunity to study abroad in another country as part of their degree. There are currently 140 exchange partner universities in 30 countries to choose from, including in Canada, Mexico, Denmark, and Singapore.

Students are supported throughout their time studying by a variety of services, which focus on things such as additional study help, support for disabled students, a dedicated service for international students, confidential counselling and advice on health and wellbeing.

In their spare time, students have the chance to get involved in one of the many clubs and societies run across the institution, which range from special-interest groups to sports teams. These provide a great opportunity to meet new people and settle into new surroundings. There are also volunteering opportunities and the chance for students to start their own society and demonstrate leadership skills.

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Overview

Overview

Top location

Victoria University of Wellington sits across three campuses in New Zealand's vibrant capital city. Its location gives students access to many different national organisations, including in politics, government, culture and heritage, and the business and science communities. Wellington is a compact city with easy access to nature trails, beaches, galleries, museums and events. It is also multicultural, safe and friendly and has a reputation for great food and coffee - it regularly ranks as one of the world's most liveable cities.

Quality education

Victoria University of Wellington is ranked in the top 100 universities in the world for 11 subjects, including Law, Politics and International Studies, Psychology, Earth and Marine Sciences, and Linguistics (2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject). It is the top university in New Zealand for intensity of high-quality research and is home to more than 40 research institutes, including the Antarctic Research Centre. With more than 170 subjects to choose from, students are provided with knowledge and practical skills through internships, field trips and research projects.

Welcoming community

The university has a diverse and welcoming community, and offers students support through a range of wellbeing and learning services. These include a specialist international team that is dedicated to supporting students during their studies.

Students are encouraged to join its many clubs and societies, from special-interest groups to sports teams. The free Wellington International Leadership Programme provides a great opportunity to develop leadership and networking skills, while the International Buddy Programme helps students meet new people and settle in.

Convenient facilities

The university has facilities to help support both study and recreation. They include:

  • four libraries across three campuses
  • a Language Learning Centre
  • cafes and food outlets
  • two bookstores
  • health services, counselling, and a pharmacy.

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Extra curricular activities

Extra curricular activities

Victoria Abroad

Students can complete part of their degree overseas, while paying the normal Victoria tuition fees, through Victoria Abroad.

Whether they are learning another language or have only their mother tongue, Victoria Abroad has more than 100 partner institutions at some of the most prestigious universities worldwide. Stretching across five continents, Victoria Abroad allows students to study in dozens of unique locations, from Hong Kong to the UK, Argentina or Mexico to the US to Spain, Germany and many more.

Victoria International Leadership Programme

If students are interested in other countries and cultures, and keen to kickstart an internationally focused career, the Victoria International Leadership Programme (VILP) is an ideal way to get involved at Victoria.

VILP is a free, self-paced, extracurricular programme aimed at enhancing degree study and making participants more globally aware.

Victoria Plus Programme

Victoria Plus is the University’s service and leadership development programme. Students can give back to the community and gain skills that will impress employers

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What’s new

What’s new

Two of Victoria University of Wellington’s building projects have received prestigious awards from the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA).

Te Toki a Rata and the Rutherford House extension have each won an NZIA annual Local Architecture Award in the education category. The awards honour the best new architecture in each of the NZIA's eight regional branches.

The New Zealand Institute of Architecture runs the annual awards to recognise and promote excellence in architecture.

“We are proud that these two major campus redevelopments have been recognised for their excellence in architecture,” said Stephen Costley, Director Property Services. “Both projects reflect the close and positive relationship that the university’s Campus Development team had with the architects – Warren and Mahoney Architects and Athfield Architects Limited. Together we have created spaces which contribute to a first-class student experience and to being a globally ranked capital city university,” he added.

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What's new

What's new

Two of Victoria University of Wellington's building projects have received prestigious awards from the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA).

Te Toki a Rata and the Rutherford House extension have each won an NZIA annual Local Architecture Award in the education category. The awards honour the best new architecture in each of the NZIA's eight regional branches.

The New Zealand Institute of Architecture runs the annual awards to recognise and promote excellence in architecture.

''We are proud that these two major campus redevelopments have been recognised for their excellence in architecture,'' said Stephen Costley, Director Property Services. ''Both projects reflect the close and positive relationship that the university's Campus Development team had with the architects – Warren and Mahoney Architects and Athfield Architects Limited. Together we have created spaces which contribute to a first-class student experience and to being a globally ranked capital city university,'' he added.

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What's new

What's new

Recent achievements and news from Victoria University of Wellington:

Experimental VR films showcased in national festival

Victoria University of Wellington filmmakers are behind two pioneering VR (virtual reality) films featured in national documentary festival, Doc Edge-a showcase of the best digital, interactive films from around the world. Minimum Mass is an award-winning VR narrative experience set in New Zealand and the speculative world of black holes. Embodied is an experimental VR documentary that shows a glimpse of the lives of people, such as musicians and circus artists, whose everyday work is highly physical.

One step closer to zero carbon

The university is working on attaining a level of zero carbon emissions by the year 2030. It is the first New Zealand university to have this target. It has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 20% in the last ten years, despite the university having grown in size.

Research successes

In 2020, Victoria University of Wellington-known as New Zealand's number 1 university for high-quality research-was awarded a fifth of grants from the Marsden Fund that focuses on visionary research. The grants, of more than NZD16 million, will enable the university's researchers to address environmental, social, health-related, technological, and economic issues.

For the latest updates on COVID - 19, please check on the details here.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The quality of teaching at Victoria University of Wellington is high for several reasons, including:

Learning and teaching

The University’s teaching staff help students uncover their talents and passions.

Intellectual firepower

At Victoria, students will learn from academics who are among the best and brightest in their fields. The University’s teaching and tutoring staff use learning and teaching practices that meet high international standards and reflect global trends.

Innovative teaching

A number of the University’s staff have won National Tertiary Teaching Excellence awards for innovative teaching. Most have undertaken research at the highest levels and all are encouraged to integrate their research into their teaching right from the first year.

Top in research

Victoria is New Zealand’s top University for research quality, so this is the place to be if the students are interested in postgraduate study. They will have access to world-class facilities and work with top supervisors and teachers who can inspire them and keep them on track.

Easy access

Most courses include tutoring in small groups where the students can discuss their ideas, ask questions and get individual help. Students will also have access to a range of academic resources and student services that will help them succeed at the University.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The quality of teaching at Victoria University of Wellington is highly rated for several reasons, including:

Learning and teaching

The university’s teaching staff help students uncover their talents and passions.

Intellectual firepower

At Victoria University of Wellington, students will learn from academics who are among the best and brightest in their fields. The university’s teaching and tutoring staff use learning and teaching practices that meet high international standards and reflect global trends.

Innovative teaching

A number of the university’s staff have won National Tertiary Teaching Excellence awards for innovative teaching. Most have undertaken research at the highest levels and all are encouraged to integrate their research into their teaching right from the first year.

Top in research

Victoria University of Wellington is New Zealand’s top university for research intensity (Performance-Based Research Fund 2018). This is the place to be for students who are interested in postgraduate study. They will have access to world-class facilities and work with top supervisors and teachers who can inspire them and keep them on track.

Easy access

Most courses include tutoring in small groups where the students can discuss their ideas, ask questions and get individual help. Students will also have access to a range of academic resources and student services that will help them succeed at the university.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

The quality of teaching at Victoria University of Wellington is highly rated for several reasons, including:

Learning and teaching

The university's teaching staffs help students uncover their talents and passions.

Intellectual firepower

At Victoria University of Wellington, students will learn from academics who are among the best and brightest in their fields. The university's teaching and tutoring staffs use learning and teaching practices that meet high international standards and reflect global trends.

Innovative teaching

A number of the university's staff have won National Tertiary Teaching Excellence awards for innovative teaching. Most have undertaken research at the highest levels and all are encouraged to integrate their research into their teaching right from the first year.

Top in research

Victoria University of Wellington is New Zealand's top university for research intensity (Performance-Based Research Fund 2018). This is the place to be for students who are interested in postgraduate study. They will have access to world-class facilities and work with top supervisors and teachers who can inspire them and keep them on track.

Easy access

Most courses include tutoring in small groups where the students can discuss their ideas, ask questions and get individual help. Students will also have access to a range of academic resources and student services that will help them succeed at the university.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Best and brightest

At Victoria University of Wellington, students will learn from academics who are among the best and brightest in their fields. More than 50 academics at the university rank in the top 2 percent of their disciplines in the world. (Stanford University, 2020).

Study options are varied across the university's faculties and schools, which include:

  • Architecture and Design Innovation
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Graduate research
  • Health
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Law
  • Science
  • Business and Government.

The university's learning and teaching practices encompass critical thinking, meet high international standards and reflect global trends. Staff are committed to helping students uncover their talents and passions.

Inclusive teaching

Victoria University of Wellington promotes the use of inclusive teaching to benefit its increasingly diverse community. Staff are provided with resources and development opportunities that give them strategies to use when they are teaching, designing assessments and communicating with students.

Innovative teaching

A number of the university's staff have won National Tertiary Teaching Excellence awards for innovative teaching. The most recent award winner was Senior Lecturer Dr Awanui Te Huia, who received the award for drawing on her students' life experiences to enhance the impact of her teaching.

Top in research

Students interested in postgraduate study have access to world-class facilities and expertise. Victoria University of Wellington is New Zealand's top university for research intensity. Most staff at the university have undertaken research at the highest levels, and all are encouraged to integrate their research into their teaching. The university has more than 850 staff actively involved in research.

Supportive environment

Most courses include tutoring in small groups where students can discuss their ideas, ask questions and get individual help. Students also have access to a range of academic resources and student learning services that will help them succeed at the university.

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Faculty structure

Faculty structure

Faculty of Architecture and Design

This Faculty is a leading provider of innovative education across a wide selection of disciplines encompassing design and the built environment.

Faculty of Education

The Faculty offers challenging and thought-provoking programmes to encourage to put their study into practice. It equips the students with the knowledge to critically and creatively carve their own path in the world of education.

Faculty of Engineering

The Faculty’s industry-focused programmes will start the students on practical projects while learning the current theory - help make robots to explore damaged buildings, design large scale networks or develop mobile communication systems.

Faculty of Graduate Research

The Faculty of Graduate Research oversees all doctoral degrees and works to ensure that thesis students’ experience is a positive one.

Faculty of Health

This is the newest faculty at Victoria, formed in January 2017, and brings together top researchers and teachers from across the University to help prepare the next generation of health sector professionals to make a difference to health and wellbeing.

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Students can explore their passions and develop a truly broad base of learning through the Faculty’s extensive range of subjects. Ranked number one in New Zealand for arts and humanities, the University’s location in the nation’s centre of politics and culture makes for a vibrant learning environment.

Faculty of Law

The Faculty offers a stimulating and supportive learning environment. It is ranked among the top 40 law schools globally and is home to scholars of international standing.

Faculty of Science

The Faculty’s staff are world leaders in their fields of research - Wellington has the highest concentration of scientists and science organisations in New Zealand.

Victoria Business School

The School develops leaders who have the ability to consider the commercial, governance and social implications of economic activities.

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Department structure

Department structure

The university offers study options across its faculties and schools:

Faculty of Architecture and Design

The faculty is a leading provider of innovative education across a wide selection of disciplines encompassing design, architecture, and the built environment.

Faculty of Education

The Faculty of Education offers challenging and thought-provoking programmes to encourage students to put their study into practice both critically and creatively.

Wellington Faculty of Engineering

The faculty’s industry-focused programmes will start the students on practical projects while learning the current theory, such as helping to make robots to explore damaged buildings, designing large scale networks or developing mobile communication systems.

Faculty of Graduate Research

The Faculty of Graduate Research oversees all doctoral degrees and works to ensure that the student’s experience as a thesis student is a positive one.

Faculty of Health

This is the newest faculty at the university, established in January 2017. It brings together researchers and teachers from across the university to help prepare the next generation of health sector professionals.

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

The faculty’s diverse range of courses and location in the nation’s capital and cultural heart will provide students with unrivalled opportunities to build their future.

Faculty of Law

The Faculty of Law offers a stimulating and supportive learning environment. It is ranked among the top 100 law schools in the world and is home to scholars of international standing.

Wellington Faculty of Science

The faculty’s staff are world leaders in their fields of research. Wellington has the highest concentration of scientists and science organisations in New Zealand.

Wellington School of Business and Government

This faculty develops leaders who have the ability to consider the commercial, governance and social implications of economic activities.

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Department structure

Department structure

The university offers study options across its faculties and schools:

Faculty of Architecture and Design

The faculty is a leading provider of innovative education across a wide selection of disciplines encompassing design, architecture, and the built environment.

Faculty of Education

The Faculty of Education offers challenging and thought-provoking programmes to encourage students to put their study into practice both critically and creatively.

Wellington Faculty of Engineering

The faculty's industry-focused programmes will start the students on practical projects while learning the current theory, such as helping to make robots to explore damaged buildings, designing large scale networks or developing mobile communication systems.

Faculty of Graduate Research

The Faculty of Graduate Research oversees all doctoral degrees and works to ensure that the student's experience as a thesis student is a positive one.

Faculty of Health

This is the newest faculty at the university, established in January 2017. It brings together researchers and teachers from across the university to help prepare the next generation of health sector professionals.

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

The faculty's diverse range of courses and location in the nation's capital and cultural heart will provide students with unrivalled opportunities to build their future.

Faculty of Law

The Faculty of Law offers a stimulating and supportive learning environment. It is ranked among the top 100 law schools in the world and is home to scholars of international standing.

Wellington Faculty of Science

The faculty's staff are world leaders in their fields of research. Wellington has the highest concentration of scientists and science organisations in New Zealand.

Wellington School of Business and Government

This faculty develops leaders who have the ability to consider the commercial, governance and social implications of economic activities.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Victoria University of Wellington has a range of scholarships available to international students.

Tongarewa Scholarship

This NZD5,000 or NZD10,000 scholarship rewards academic excellence for international students entering their first year of study. Up to 19 scholarships are awarded each year.

New Zealand Scholarships programme

New Zealand Scholarships, offered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and funded through the New Zealand Aid Programme, provide students from eligible partner countries fully funded study opportunities at the university.

Master's fees scholarships

International applicants who meet the entry requirements for select taught master's degrees, such as the Master of Conservation Biology, Master of Marine Conservation and Master of International Trade, are eligible for automatic NZD10,000 scholarships.

Faculty of Law International Students LLM Fee Scholarship

This NZD5,000 scholarship is available to eligible international students who opt for one year of full-time study in the Master of Laws. Students are required to have an excellent academic record and must be able to show financial need.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at Victoria as international students, would require a good command of the English language and as well as a competent record of academic achievement.

Entry requirements are listed under each programme. The University considers each individual’s academic and English background on a case-by-case basis when it assesses the applications.

If the students don’t meet the English language requirements for their chosen courses, they can enrol in Victoria’s English Proficiency Programme. The English Proficiency Programme (EPP) is a 12-week course of study aimed at developing the students’ English skills for academic study. Successful students will be awarded a Certificate of Proficiency in English.

If they don’t meet the academic requirements for their courses, they can enrol in the Foundation Studies programme, which is designed to help international students who don’t meet the entry requirements to prepare for undergraduate study.

The Victoria Foundation Studies Programme is taught by ACG New Zealand International College, and offers successful students guaranteed entry to Victoria University of Wellington’s undergraduate programmes.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at Victoria University of Wellington, international students require a good command of the English language and a good record of academic achievement.

Entry requirements are provided under each programme. The university considers each individual’s academic and English background on a case-by-case basis when it assesses applications.

If a student doesn’t meet the English-language requirements for their chosen course, they can enrol in Victoria University of Wellington’s English Proficiency Programme. The English Proficiency Programme (EPP) is a 12-week course taught at the university that aims to develop a student’s English skills for academic study. Students may need to take two or more consecutive courses to meet their study goal.

If a student doesn’t meet the academic requirements for their undergraduate courses, they can enrol in the foundation studies programme. This flexible programme is taught by UP Education and offers successful students guaranteed entry to Victoria University of Wellington’s undergraduate programmes.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at Victoria University of Wellington, international students require a good command of the English language and a good record of academic achievement.

Entry requirements are provided under each programme. The university considers each individual's academic and English background on a case-by-case basis when it assesses applications.

If a student doesn't meet the English-language requirements for their chosen course, they can enrol in Victoria University of Wellington's English Proficiency Programme. The English Proficiency Programme (EPP) is a 12-week course taught at the university that aims to develop a student's English skills for academic study. Students may need to take two or more consecutive courses to meet their study goal.

If a student doesn't meet the academic requirements for their undergraduate courses, they can enrol in the foundation studies programme. This flexible programme is taught by UP Education and offers successful students guaranteed entry to Victoria University of Wellington's undergraduate programmes.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

To study at Victoria University of Wellington, international students need:

  • a good command of the English language
  • a good record of academic achievement.

Entry requirements are provided under each programme. The university considers each student's academic and English-language background when assessing applications.

If a student doesn't meet the English-language requirements for their chosen course, they can enrol in the university's English for Academic Purposes (EAP) programme. This 12-week course is taught at the university and aims to develop a student's English language and academic skills for university study. It includes 10 weeks of teaching, orientation and testing. Students may need to take two or more consecutive courses to meet their study goal.

If a student doesn't meet the academic requirements for their undergraduate courses, they can enrol in the Foundation Studies programme. This flexible programme is taught by partner UP Education and offers successful students guaranteed entry to Victoria University of Wellington's undergraduate degrees.

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Services & facilities

Services & facilities

Accommodation

The University’s halls of residence offer a variety of accommodation styles to meet a range of housing needs for its students. Options include single rooms, studio rooms, shared rooms, set rooms and shared apartments/houses. Some halls are fully-catered and others have kitchens for self-catering. All halls provide support for students and facilities for recreation and study.

Libraries

Victoria has excellent library facilities on all its campuses, with friendly staff available to help access the information students need.

Counselling

Counsellors are available at all campuses to discuss personal and academic issues that affect students’ general sense of wellbeing, or their learning among others. There are specialist counsellors for Māori and international students.

Learning support

Student Learning can help with services including transition to university and peer-assisted study sessions (PASS) groups among others.

Medical services

Student Health offers a full range of affordable general practice medical services on campus, including illness and injury care, preventative care and referrals to specialist care.

Sports and Recreation

Victoria Recreation provides sports, recreation, wellbeing, fitness and club services for the Victoria student community.

Victoria International

Victoria University is home to 3,500 international students from more than 100 countries. The Victoria International office is the first point of contact for an international student, choosing to study at Victoria and the team is dedicated to student success. Team members will assist with application and enrolment, they hold a tailored International Orientation programme to help students get settled into New Zealand university life and they will help throughout students’ studies to make sure they are achieving what they set out to achieve.

Services include airport meeting service personal, cultural and academic support and referral, and international student orientation and events.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International scholarships

  • Tangiwai Scholarship – (School Leaver Scholarships for Academic Excellence)

This scholarship valued at NZD 5,000 celebrates excellence, both academic, and outside the classroom, and is awarded to top New Zealand secondary school leavers,

  • Wellington International Excellence Scholarships

This scholarship for international students enrolling in undergraduate study awards NZD 10,000 for the first year of study, and a further NZD 5,000 for the second and third years. The scholarships are competitive and based on academic merit.

  • New Zealand Scholarships programme

New Zealand Scholarships are funded through the New Zealand Aid Programme and administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. These provide fully funded study at Victoria University of Wellington for eligible students from more than 80 partner countries.

  • Master’s fees scholarships

International applicants for some taught master’s programmes are eligible for automatic NZD 10,000 or 17,500 scholarships, if they meet the programme entry requirements. Current scholarships include the Master of Conservation Biology, Master of Marine Conservation, Master of International Trade, and Master of Intercultural Communication and Applied Translation.

  • Master of Law International LLM Fee Scholarship

International students may apply for the LLM Fee Scholarship for one year of full-time study, valued at NZD 5,000. The scholarship may be granted to students with a good academic record who can show financial need.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

International scholarships

  • Tangiwai scholarship – (School Leaver Scholarships for Academic Excellence)

This scholarship valued at NZD 5,000 celebrates excellence, both academic, and outside the classroom, and is awarded to top New Zealand secondary school leavers,

  • Wellington international excellence scholarships

This scholarship for international students enrolling in undergraduate study awards NZD 10,000 for the first year of study, and a further NZD 5,000 for the second and third years. The scholarships are competitive and based on academic merit.

  • New Zealand scholarships programme

New Zealand Scholarships are funded through the New Zealand Aid Programme and administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. These provide fully funded study at Victoria University of Wellington for eligible students from more than 80 partner countries.

  • Master's fees scholarships

International applicants for some taught master's programmes are eligible for automatic NZD 10,000 or 17,500 scholarships, if they meet the programme entry requirements. Current scholarships include the Master of Conservation Biology, Master of Marine Conservation, Master of International Trade, and Master of Intercultural Communication and Applied Translation.

  • Master of Law international LLM fee scholarship

International students may apply for the LLM Fee Scholarship for one year of full-time study, valued at NZD 5,000. The scholarship may be granted to students with a good academic record who can show financial need.

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Student support

Student support

International support

The university's dedicated international team is the first point of contact for international students. The team provides support and advice to students from application to graduation.

Support services include:

  • help with international applications and admissions
  • international student orientation and events
  • airport arrival meeting service
  • International Buddy Programme
  • personal, cultural, and academic support and referral
  • insurance claim support
  • student visa renewal.

Accommodation

The university's halls of residence offer a variety of accommodation styles, including single rooms, studio rooms, shared rooms, and shared apartments or houses. Some halls provide meals, and others have kitchens for students to cater for themselves. All halls provide support for students and facilities for recreation and study. Living in a hall provides international students with the opportunity to make new friends and live alongside students from all over the world.

Learning support

Success at university requires independence and new skills. The university's Student Learning team can help with:

  • transition to university
  • workshops on academic writing, study skills, mathematics and statistics
  • peer-assisted study sessions (PASS) groups
  • specialist support for international students and students with disabilities.

The university also has a language learning centre, offering students advice on language learning and providing self-study resources spanning more than 60 different languages.

Health and wellbeing

Student Health offers a full range of affordable general practice medical services on campus. Highly trained counsellors are also available to confidentially discuss personal and academic issues that affect a student's general wellbeing or their learning.

Safety

Wellington is one of the safest cities in the world. In 2019, it was ranked the 5th safest city in the world for personal safety (Safe Cities Index).

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Featured scholarships

Featured scholarships

Undergraduate scholarships

Victoria International Excellence Scholarships

This scholarship comprises of NZD 10,000 for the first year of study, and a further NZD 5,000 for the second and third years. The scholarships will be competitive on the basis of academic merit.

New Zealand Scholarship Programme

These comprehensive scholarships are funded by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and support study within particular aid priority sectors. Victoria is one of a select group of tertiary institutions in New Zealand who receive students on this scholarship programme.

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Postgraduate scholarships

Fees waiver

International applicants for some of the masters’ programmes will have automatic NZD 10,000 fees waiver masters' scholarship, if they meet the course entry requirements. They include the Master of Conservation Biology, Master of International Trade, and Master of Engineering Practice.

Faculty of Law International Students LLM Fee Scholarship

Students may apply for the LLM Fee Scholarship for one year of full-time study, valued at NZD 5,000.

The scholarship may be granted to students with a good academic record who can show financial need. Applicants must be full fee-paying international students and may not be employed as full-time members of staff at Victoria University of Wellington or any other university.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

The university’s Careers and Employment team helps students achieve their career goals by offering professional advice on career planning, job exploration and career development. It can help international students apply for jobs and internships and runs free workshops on CVs, cover letters, interview tips and career-related topics.

On CareerHub, students can find useful resources and study-related part-time jobs, summer internships, work experience and graduate jobs. Career expos and other events held throughout the year bring together students, employers and graduates to discuss career opportunities and establish valuable networks. The Alumni as Mentors programme matches final-year students with successful graduates who can offer valuable tips and advice for transitioning from study to the world of work.

Graduate profile

Victoria University of Wellington prepares its graduates to:

  • have a specialised understanding of their chosen field(s) of study
  • exhibit well-developed skills in critical and creative thinking, problem-solving and teamwork
  • communicate complex ideas effectively and accurately in a range of contexts
  • demonstrate independence of thought, openness to ideas and information, and a capacity to manage their own learning
  • demonstrate intellectual integrity and understand academic ethics.

Graduates from Victoria University of Wellington (Graduate Destinations Survey 2017-18) are:

  • 70 percent in full-time employment
  • 17 percent in full-time study
  • Eight percent in part-time employment and/or part-time study.

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

The university's Careers and Employment team helps students achieve their career goals by offering professional advice on career planning, job exploration and career development. It can help international students apply for jobs and internships and runs free workshops on CVs, cover letters, interview tips and career-related topics.

On CareerHub, students can find useful resources and study-related part-time jobs, summer internships, work experience and graduate jobs. Career expos and other events held throughout the year bring together students, employers and graduates to discuss career opportunities and establish valuable networks. The Alumni as Mentors programme matches final-year students with successful graduates who can offer valuable tips and advice for transitioning from study to the world of work.

Graduate profile

Victoria University of Wellington prepares its graduates to:

  • have a specialised understanding of their chosen field(s) of study
  • exhibit well-developed skills in critical and creative thinking, problem-solving and teamwork
  • communicate complex ideas effectively and accurately in a range of contexts
  • demonstrate independence of thought, openness to ideas and information, and a capacity to manage their own learning
  • demonstrate intellectual integrity and understand academic ethics

Graduates from Victoria University of Wellington (Graduate Destinations Survey 2017-18) are:

  • 70 percent in full-time employment
  • 17 percent in full-time study
  • Eight percent in part-time employment and/or part-time study

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Graduate outcomes

Graduate outcomes

The university's Careers and Employment team helps students achieve their career goals. It offers professional advice on career planning, job exploration and career development. The team can help international students apply for jobs and internships, write their CVs and cover letters, and learn interview tips and career-related topics.

Students can find useful online resources as well as internships, work experience and job opportunities. Career expos and graduation recruitment events are held throughout the year and give students the opportunity to meet potential employers and find out about jobs and internships. The Alumni as Mentors programme matches final-year students with successful graduates who can offer valuable tips and advice for transitioning from study to a work environment.

Graduate profile

Victoria University of Wellington prepares its graduates to:

  • specialise in their chosen field of study
  • exhibit problem-solving, creative thinking and teamwork skills
  • communicate accurately and effectively complex ideas in many contexts
  • demonstrate independent thinking and being open to new ideas.

Of the graduates from Victoria University of Wellington who completed the 2019-20 Graduate Destinations Survey:

  • 87 percent were in full-time employment
  • 96 percent were employed prior to or within six months of completing their degree
  • 60 percent were in full-time study and also worked either full time or part time.

International students in Wellington can also benefit from the WorkReady and mentor programmes provided by WellingtonNZ.

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