Our partnership with the University of Auckland offers students access to a wide range of world-class qualifications at New Zealand’s top-ranked university. The University of Auckland Certificate in Foundation Studies is accredited by the New Zealand Vice Chancellors’ Committee and recognised for entry into all New Zealand universities.
The AUT University Certificate in Foundation Studies offers academic subjects targeted at specific AUT undergraduate courses alongside classes in English for Academic Purposes, tertiary study skills, and culture and society classes. The programme is available as options from 6–18 months with four start dates in January, May, July and October.
The Victoria University of Wellington Foundation Studies Programme transitions you into a Victoria University undergraduate degree course. Programme options range from 6, 8, 12 or 18 months, depending on your academic background and English language proficiency.
The University of Tasmania International Pathway College prepares international students for successful transition into an undergraduate or Masters degree course at the University of Tasmania, with a focus on intensive English, academic subjects and the learning skills needed for academic success at the University.
Charles Darwin University International College is located at the Waterfront campus in Darwin, the heart of the Tropical North of Australia. Multiple pathway programs available for International students are available from 2020 including Diplomas in Business Studies and Information Technology, Masters Preparation Programs (MPP) with a strong focus on English, and Masters Qualifying Programs (MQP)
The University has more than 24,000 domestic and international students across 11 campuses including Darwin.
New Zealand’s leading college for international student education, UP International College offers intensive English language programmes to give students the skills they need for further study.
Study English language at The Campbell Institute, an NZQA Category 1 provider and the only English language school in New Zealand accredited by Victoria University of Wellington.