Thinking of studying abroad? Look no further,
New Zealand is the place for you.
The country’s welcoming nature and multicultural society has surely got
something for everyone. Once you have had a taste of the country, you will always want to come back for more. With two cities listed among worlds top 10 cities to live in. New Zealand proudly enjoys its place among the top 5 reputed countries of the world.
You already know from your friends and families how beautiful New Zealand is, the magnificent peaks and valleys of Middle Earth brought this now an out-of-the-box secret to the world with a good reason. But these views are no Hollywood-crafted mirage – they are for real, and certain to take your breath away. On top of the natural beauty, the nation’s rich Maori culture, passion for rugby, high-quality food, a relaxed lifestyle and exquisite wine create a country that deﬁes even the most imaginative adventurers’ expectations.
Premier has four renowned campuses situated throughout the North Island in Auckland, Hawkes Bay and Wellington.
Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and the centre of the country’s retail and commercial activities. Approximately 401,500 people live within the city boundary and 1.5 million in the greater Auckland area. This represents about a third of the country’s population. The city is built on a narrow isthmus between two harbours – the Manukau and the Waitemata. This harbourside location is known as the “City of Sails” because of the great number of yachts that sail in the harbours and the adjoining Hauraki Gulf. To the west of the city, the Waitakere Ranges rainforest forms a gateway to magnificent west coast surf beaches and an abundance of bush walks.
Wellington is the capital city and is at the south-western tip of the North Island.
Wellington is also referred to as New Zealand’s cultural capital. The city is home to the National Archives, the National Library, the Museum of
New Zealand – Te Papa Tongarewa, numerous theatres, and two universities.
Architectural sights include the Government Building—one of the largest
wooden buildings in the world—as well as the iconic Beehive. Wellington’s
economy is primarily service-based, with an emphasis on finance, business
services, and government. It is the centre of New Zealand’s film and special
effects industries, and increasingly a hub for information technology
Hawke’s Bay is a region on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island.
It’s known for its beaches and wineries. Supported by a Mediterranean
climate this popular year-round destination boasts a vibrant cafe culture.
For the shopper there are high street and boutique stores to browse in, as
well as antique shops, art galleries, and studios of potters, wood turners and craftsman. Premier’s Hawkes Bay campus is in the Napier central city location with beautiful art deco buildings surrounding the campus.