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about New Zealand
- Why New Zealand
- The Regions of NZ
- Major cities in NZ
- Why study in NZ
- Intro
- History
- Branch
- University of Auckland
- AUT University
- University of Canterbury
- University of Otago
- Massey University
- Lincoln University
- Victoria University
- University of Waikato
Why New Zealand

New Zealand is a beautiful, largely untouched country boasting stunning, unspoiled natural scenery in the South Pacific Ocean. It consists of two main land masses and several smaller islands. There is no shortage of warm hearted friendly people, rich culture, unique wild life and awe inspiring views. In one day many natural features can be visited, from beaches and rainforests to mountains, lakes, glaciers and even volcanoes.

New Zealand is the home of a world class education system with tertiary education spread throughout modern, vibrant cities. New Zealand is a comfortable and safe place to live. It has four seasons but the hot and cold seasons are not as extreme as climates in other countries. New Zealand is ranked 4th most peaceful country according to the global peace index; so you can focus on your studies without worrying and immerse yourself in a diverse country which welcomes people from all different faiths and cultures. The people of New Zealand value resourcefulness and critical thinking over age, income or status, allowing anyone to feel welcome and have equal opportunity to succeed.

New Zealand has a low population density with an average of 15 people per square Kilometer due to large uninhabited areas of land. New Zealand has a population of 4.7 Million people with the largest city, Auckland having about 1.6 million people as of 2016. Different regions/territorial authorities of New Zealand can range from 1278 people/km2 to less than 1 people/km2, with larger cities having larger but still relatively low population densities compared to other countries. Because of this you can enjoy space whilst commuting to and from your area of study and it allows for larger, more spacious living areas on average.