''The University of Waikato opened in 1964 after many years of energetic lobbying by a group of Hamilton locals, determined to have a university in their city. To begin with, facilities were sparse, but in early 1965 new buildings were officially opened by then Governor-General Sir Bernard Fergusson. Sir Don Llewellyn was founding Vice-Chancellor.
The University of Waikato is committed to delivering a world-class education and research portfolio. With around 13,000 students and 1,500 staff, we offer a distinctive and rewarding university experience, while pursuing strong international links to advance knowledge.''
Admission: Through the University (Factulty of Arts)
Language requirements (such as the TOEFL test): B2/C1, please check university for specific requirements
Number of places available: 1
Accomodation: Click here for more information.
Visa: Obtaining a student visa is an essential part of preparing to come to New Zealand. You must have a student visa to study in New Zealand, and to complete your enrolment at the University of Waikato when you arrive on campus. You can apply directly to Immigration New Zealand at Immigration online.
We recommend you obtain your visa before booking your travel to come to New Zealand. Immigration New Zealand strongly discourages entering New Zealand on a visitor's visa because that is not your main purpose for coming here. There is no guarantee you will be granted a student visa if you apply after entering the country on a visitor's visa.
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