Information for future students
Victoria University of Wellingtonhttps://www.wgtn.ac.nz/study
Videos for future students: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLHggT2QGovErerln__db_JNOOL4vduAwU
Go to What can I do with my degree? to see the way students and their influencers think about career opportunities and help them make decisions. Students can also see the diverse pathways that graduates from our wide range of disciplines have taken. Access their online prospectus here.
Information videos for future students
Universities have regular campus tours on offer, just check out their website for more information.
A new website is available for students unsure about which degree to choose. No Major Drama is a tool to create personalised rankings of majors available for Bachelor (under-graduate) degrees in New Zealand.
Your ranking of majors is based on your own personal selection criteria related to your skills and interests and your own personal weights on the criteria. Go to the No Major Drama website and create your own personal ranking. Or simple browse your subject area i.e. what Universities offer Criminology & Justice?
Universities New Zealand has created a website – thinkingaboutuni.nz – to support students and their whānau when thinking about studying at one of New Zealand’s eight universities.
Waikato University Update Unistart Programmes for 2021
Take University papers while at secondary school and get a head start in your degree with Waikato’s Unistart programme. There are options to take papers online or at our Hamilton and Tauranga campuses.
The University of Waikato Unistart Scholarship covers the cost of up to two Unistart papers. Students will automatically be considered for this when accepted into Unistart – no additional application is required. To gain the scholarship, students will need to have a NCEA Level 2 Merit Endorsement overall, as well as be a New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident.
As mentioned, we have a number of events on campus that prospective students are welcome to attend. In addition to those detailed above, students might find it useful to attend our drop in sessions being held at the Hamilton and Tauranga Campus’. These provide an opportunity to tour the campus, meet with an Adviser to discuss study options, and confirm enrolment/paper selection.
Students register their interests for a Drop In session here.
Introducing our newest qualification, the Bachelor of Nursing. With mental health needs rising sharply and services already stretched, the University of Waikato is responding to the challenge with the launch of their new Bachelor of Nursing in 2021, integrating a focus on mental health and addictions throughout the three-year degree.
This programme will be offered from the Hamilton Campus in 2021 with a limited number of places, so students interested are encouraged to make contact as soon as possible to ensure they can be considered for entry. To gain admission, the student needs to have achieved University Entrance (no subjects in particular), and go through the formal application process which includes an interview.
For those students who are not sure where their interests or strengths lie, their newly developed Future Students Guide may be a useful tool. Plug in what subjects and careers interest you, add a few of your personal qualities, and they’ll help you discover career pathways and study options at the University of Auckland. To get started visit guide.auckand.ac.nz
Need help planning your studies? Use Auckland University’s Future Students Guide
Re-live or catch up with videos of the information evening held on 21 May 2020
Short clips perfect for those moments when you want to know just a little bit more about a qualification, and subject selection advice to prepare for a particular degree, practical work, industry demand and possible job outcomes – straight from our Lincoln University academics.