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Victoria University of Wellington

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Victoria is a thriving community of almost 25,000 people. Most are students of all nationalities, from all walks of life – who have come to learn in the vital, open environment that only university study can offer.

Victoria College was founded through an Act of Parliament in 1897, the year of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations, and named in her honour. For the first few years, lectures took place in rented accommodation in the city while a debate raged over where the new University’s home should be built. Eventually, the College Council decided to build on ‘six vertical acres’ in Kelburn, the site of the Kelburn Campus today.

Victoria University of Wellington is committed to being an environmentally responsible organisation. As well as leading climate change research and teaching, we are actively working towards reducing our own environmental impact with support from our staff and students.

You may have gone to Victoria straight from school or be well established in your career, you may be a local or international student. Whatever your situation, Victoria wants to ensure the best outcome for you.

If this is your first degree, Victoria University of Wellington offers programmes across a huge range of subjects. If you’re postgraduate, they have one of the strongest reputations for research in New Zealand so choosing them makes total sense. If you’re interested in non-degree qualifications, the university also offer great programmes for those looking at pre-degree or certificate level study and also first-year study for professional degrees at other universities.

If you’re studying to improve your career prospects, you’ve chosen a university that is well known to employers. Gaining a qualification from Victoria is an achievement that is highly respected and rewarded.

Victoria University of
Wellington’s programs

Victoria offers a diverse range of qualifications and study options to help you get to know your mind.

Undergraduate Studies (2019 prices)
NZ$ 32,550/year Bachelor of Architectural Studies
NZ$ 26,150/year Bachelor of Arts
NZ$ 29,900/year Bachelor of Biomedical Science
NZ$ 32,550/year Bachelor of Building Science
NZ$ 27,750/year Bachelor of Commerce
NZ$ 31,250/year Bachelor of Design Innovation
NZ$ 24,650/year Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Early Childhood
NZ$ 33,400/year Bachelor of Engineering with Honours
NZ$ 27,650/year Bachelor of Health
NZ$ 32,050/year Bachelor of Laws
NZ$ 31,300/year Bachelor of Music
NZ$ 29,900/year Bachelor of Science

Please ask for information on Post-Graduate studies at the Victoria University of Wellington through StudyNewZealand EU <- click for e-mail

For instance:  Graduate Studies (2019 prices)
NZ$ 53,130/full programme Master of Climate Change Science and Policy

Please note:  not included are Student levies and Insurance 

There are dozens of scholarships available for international students at Victoria University of Wellington, please ask for information through StudyNewZealand EU <- click for e-mail

If you do not qualify for direct entry (because of English language defficiency for instance) you can choose a pathway programme to enter Victoria University of Wellington:

ACG Pathways the stepping stone to university in New Zealand

For more information on the Victoria University of Wellington, Please contact StudyNewZealand EU <- click for e-mail