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Top New Zealand Universities and Colleges Ranking

New Zealand offers great standard of education and excellent opportunities post studies. New Zealand universities and colleges are excellent in educational tradition and equipped with technological support to help international students to be successful globally.

New Zealand universities rank very high in world rankings, mainly because of the quality of the education. New Zealand has eight state sponsor universities. All of those 8 universities offer full range of internationally recognized qualifications – from bachelor degrees to master to doctoral programs. Three of the eight universities feature in the Times Higher list of the top 200 universities in the world and five appear in the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Top 500 World University rankings.
 
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 Official Ranking

Students often inquire about ranking of universities and colleges in Newzealand. Though there is NO Official Ranking of New Zealand Colleges & Universities, there are many surveys that give fair idea about rankings or ratings. Usually, rankings are decided on several parameters such as Alumni, Employability Success Rate, History of the institute, Courses offered, Faculty, Teaching Quality, Research involvement, Industry outlook and Infrastructure etc.

 Top Rankings of New Zealand University

 
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Does Ranking Matter

Rankings are fine for general overview. However decision of choosing education institute should not only depend on rankings, rather is should depend on your future goals and academic background.

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About Shahina Khan

Shahina Khan has more than 16 years of experience in higher education consultancy. She is recipient of multiple awards and renowned expert for international education, visa and culture. Ms. Khan continually explores new study destinations for Indian & South Asian students, and works on promotional strategies with a number of trusted institutions of higher education in various countries.

81 thoughts on “Top New Zealand Universities and Colleges Ranking

  1. Hi…
    I M Ankur from India want to join MBA in Media communication or IT …
    Can u help me suggesting which option i should choose ………i have work exp. of two years in Industrial marketing……..presently working as a Pre sales engg. in an IT company……..plz suggest me …….

  2. hey…i hv done msc. Chemistry(hons.) in 2012 frm gndu….could i go 2 nz on job base??? Nd wht will b d procedure for it??

  3. If I wish to apply for unitec for ug in architecture for 2014 fall semester,then when is the best time to give the IELTS and when should I apply for the university?

  4. Student details : class 12 cbse board.I will be giving my board exams next year.Could you please specify in detail the exams I will have to give and all other procedures required to pursue a bachelor’s in architecture in NZ?

  5. Hi
    I am a student of class 12 and I want to go to nz to pursue a bachelor’s in architecture.could You please specify the required exams and procedures to do so?

  6. hi, i want to go nz in bachlor degree or diploma course of interior designer. i got 5.5 in ielts. which is the best and cheapest collage or univercity in nz.plzzzzzz tell me…

    1. Kindly send your complete case for plausible answer. Academics Background, Financial details preferences etc.

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