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Our Partners

We partner with three leading universities in New Zealand: The University of Auckland, AUT University and Victoria University of Wellington. In Australia, we partner with the University of Tasmania, Charles Darwin University and Swinburne University of Technology.

The University of Auckland

New Zealand’s leading university, the University of Auckland is ranked 85th among world universities*. Situated in the heart of Auckland city, the University teaches more than 30 undergraduate programmes across 125 different subjects, with over 130 programmes and 170 subjects at postgraduate level.

The University of Auckland offers the opportunity to gain an internationally-recognised qualification through a leading research-led university. A QS 5 Stars-plus institution, it has achieved five-star ratings in eight categories, including Research, Employability, Teaching, Facilities, Internationalisation and Innovation*.

*QS World University Rankings 2019


AUT University

The second-largest university in New Zealand, AUT University is ranked in the top 2% of world universities*. It was also named the 12th most international university in the world and first in New Zealand**.

Certain subjects offered at AUT University have been ranked among the world’s best, including Art and Design (Top 100), Accounting and Finance (Top 150), and Business and Management (Top 200)*. AUT Business School is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), ranking it in the top 5% worldwide. AUT has a QS five-star rating* for Internationalisation, Teaching, Graduate Employability, Facilities and Inclusiveness.

*QS World University Rankings 2019
**2016 Times Higher Education


Victoria University of Wellington

Victoria University of Wellington is New Zealand’s top-ranked university for research quality* with eight teaching and research faculties. Ranked in the top 150 world universities in 15 subjects**, Victoria University delivers internationally recognised courses and degrees, alongside skills for getting ahead, such as leadership, communication and creative and critical thinking.

The University is home to over 21,000 students, including 2,800 international students who benefit from the University’s close connections with Wellington business, government and scientific research communities.

*2013 Performance-based Research Fund
**QS World Rankings by Subject 2019

The University of Tasmania

The University of Tasmania is ranked in the top 300 universities in the world*, and is Australia’s premier university for teaching excellence, receiving more teaching awards than any other Australian university.

The University has 38,000 students of which 6,500 are international students from over 100 nations.

*2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities

Charles Darwin University

Charles Darwin University is located in Darwin, the heart of the Tropical North of Australia. It is known as a Rising Star in the class of 2030, one of several ambitious young universities who are climbing the International rankings.   Darwin is Australia’s most multicultural city, close to Southeast Asia and steeped in the rich cultural heritage of the Aboriginal people. Study at Charles Darwin is a unique experience for International students.

The University has more than 24,000 domestic and international students across 11 campuses including Darwin.

Swinburne University of Technology

Swinburne is located in the vibrant student city of Melbourne and is an internationally recognised research-intensive university. Ranked 45 in the 2019 QS World Rankings Top 50 Universities under 50 years old., Swinburne has an excellent reputation for international student outcomes and the small class sizes and modern friendly campus are part of Swinburne’s unique appeal.