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Best Universities for Master Programs in New Zealand 2024

Number of institutions: 59
    • Dunedin, New Zealand
    • Christchurch, New Zealand
    • + 1 more

    Founded in 1869, the University of Otago is New Zealand's first university. Otago has gained an excellent international reputation for its research and teaching.

    • 67, New Zealand

    The ELA is part of the University of Auckland, which is ranked in the world’s top 100 universities and the highest-ranked university in New Zealand.* * QS World University Rankings 2024. Meet, make friends and learn English with people from around the world, whether on-campus or online. Each year the ELA welcomes students from over 35 countries into our English language courses.

    • 57, New Zealand

    Southern Lakes English College (SLEC) is the largest English as a Second Language (ESL) school in Queenstown and Invercargill. Offering ‘General and Examination English’, as well as exciting activity packages, we pride ourselves on delivering high-quality courses in one of the most beautiful corners of the world! SLEC’s convenient location in the heart of Queenstown, near the lakefront, means students can study English within a ‘stone’s throw’ of the many popular activity options. In addition, Queenstown offers a vibrant and safe environment to study, work and play in.

    • 10, New Zealand

    Media Design School is New Zealand's most awarded tertiary institution for creative and digital technology qualifications.

    • 20, New Zealand

    UC International College (UCIC) is your direct and exclusive pathway to one of New Zealand’s premier universities, the University of Canterbury. At UC International College (UCIC), we provide an exceptional route to University of Canterbury undergraduate programmes. Our unique University Transfer Programmes (UTPs) are unlike any other in New Zealand.

    • Level 4, New Zealand
    • Christchurch, New Zealand

    We are Yoobee College of Creative Innovation. Creating the future at the speed of culture, disrupting the norm, imagining the next - making you future-ready and industry-connected. We're inspired by creativity that's inspired by modern culture - in tune with what's now and what's next and where true creative innovation can flourish. And this all happens in an environment that's open and inclusive - a place where you can truly find your creative identity, immersed in a culture you love with a tribe of like-minded people. Yoobee College of Creative Innovation is where you create the future.

    • 70, New Zealand

    Te Pūkenga brings the Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) and the arranging training activities of certain Industry Training Organisations (ITOs) together to create a national network. This will give learners more choices and flexibility in what, where, and how they learn. Existing Toi Ohomai ākonga (learners) will be enrolled with Te Pūkenga automatically in the same qualification and will continue to learn in the same way, in the same place, with the same people.

    • Grey Lynn, New Zealand

    Whether you’re keen on a career in travel and tourism, flight attending, travel operations, or you just want to get out into the world, you won’t be stuck in a classroom when you study with New Zealand School of Tourism. Our courses teach you valuable skills in an environment that supports you, builds your confidence and where you’ll make lifelong friends.

    • Wi Neera Drive, New Zealand

    Whitireia and WelTec has a long, illustrious history. Find out about our values, visions, strategic partnership, and how you can work with us. Whitireia and WelTec are known for their high student success rates and culturally diverse student body. Every year we train over 8,000 students who study at one of our campuses across the Wellington region.

    • Level 3, New Zealand

    New Zealand is the world capital for adventure, known for its stunning natural environment from the snow-capped mountains to pristine golden beaches. The easy-going and friendly nature of the local people makes visitors feel welcome wherever they go.

    • Nisbet Street, New Zealand

    Te Pūkenga brings together on-the-job, on campus, and online vocational education and training through a unified, sustainable network of regionally accessible provision. As New Zealand’s largest tertiary education provider, Te Pūkenga will ultimately have the national and regional reach to become a long-term skills training partner for firms and industries, enabling learners to move between workplaces and other educational offerings and locations as their needs change.

    • 345, New Zealand

    UP Education is a leading multi-sector education group delivering Vocational Education & Training, Higher Education, University Partnerships and Online Education across Australasia. As a top-two pathway provider in Australasia, UP Education has six university partnerships which prepare international students to transition successfully into English speaking universities. 

    • 51, New Zealand

    We have been delivering education for the people of Te Tai Tokerau for over 40 years and remain as committed to serving our communities today as we did then. We began in 1978 as the Northland Community College with a staff of 10 tutors and have now grown to become Te Tai Tokerau’s largest provider of tertiary and vocational education. 

    • 25, New Zealand

    Auckland is New Zealand’s ‘Big City’ – with over 1 million people. It has often been ranked within the top 10 of most livable cities in the world. It is also one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world too. The city hosts many international businesses, bars, clubs, and cafes. At the same time, the city keeps its special New Zealand feeling, with plenty of beaches, parks, and that easy-going New Zealand attitude.

    • 345, New Zealand

    UP Education, a leading dual-sector education provider in Australasia, has acquired Builders Academy Australia (BAA) and City-Wide Building & Training Services (CWBTS) from Simonds Group Limited. BAA & CWBTS provide accredited Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses in building and construction and associated leadership and management courses via physical, Online or Distance Learning or Blended (On-Campus and Online or Distance Learning combined) (On-Campus and Online or Distance Learning combined) (On-Campus and Online or Distance Learning combined) course delivery across Victoria, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory and Queensland.