Our regions

Find out which campus is right for you - Nelson, Marlborough or Auckland. Learn more about each of these diverse regions and what you can study at each campus.

Nelson Region

Our Nelson Campus is located in Nelson city, at the top of New Zealand's South Island. The Nelson region is known for its sunshine, festivals, markets and outdoor lifestyle. The Nelson-Tasman region has a population of around 93,000 with 46,000 living in Nelson city. Major industries in Nelson include horticulture, fishing and seafood and tourism.

Many international students come to Nelson campus to study aquaculture, business & IT, adventure tourism, arts, English language, maritime and nursing programmes.

Learn more about the Nelson region at www.nelsonnz.com(external link)

Marlborough Region

The Marlborough campus is situated on the outskirts of Blenheim in the Marlborough region at the top of the South Island. The population of Marlborough is 45,000 with around 30,000 living in Blenheim. The Marlborough region is famous around the world for its viticulture and wine industry. It is also well known for its thriving aviation and aquaculture industries, high sunshine hours and the beautiful Marlborough Sounds.

Many international students come to Marlborough campus to study viticulture and winemaking and aviation engineering.

Learn more about the Marlborough region at www.marlboroughnz.com(external link)

Auckland Region

Our Global campus is located in Auckland, New Zealand's largest and most populous city. With a population of around 1.5 million, Auckland is the economic hub of New Zealand and is multicultural with many different nationalities. It's an international, cosmopolitan city which hosts many events, concerts and festivals. The city is located by the sea in the North Island and has clean air and beautiful beaches.

The Global campus in Auckland is our newest campus and has been designed specifically to meet the unique needs of international students. You can study business, IT, civil engineering and English language.

Learn more about the Auckland region at www.aucklandnz.com(external link)

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