New Zealand Study Abroad Programs for Arts and Design

Foreign students who want to pursue advanced studies in Arts and Design can always find a learning institution in New Zealand. Aside from world-class universities here, the government is also very supportive in the development of New Zealand study abroad programs, so international students can take advantage of scholarships, loans, study grants and bursaries.



The following Universities in New Zealand offer international programs for Arts and Design.

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University of Auckland

Auckland, New Zealand


University of Auckland is the largest university in New Zealand and ranked 82 in the QS World University Rankings. Under the Faculty of Arts, it offers Bachelor of Arts programs where foreign students can develop their skills that they can use in varied range of careers. International programs in the university allow the flexibility to choose unique combination of subjects since there are no compulsory subjects. You can choose to learn ancient history to classical studies, to Greek to Film studies.

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Auckland University of Technology

Auckland, New Zealand


Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is dubbed as the University for the changing world. It offers varied courses that are active, stimulating and transforming. Under the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, foreign students can learn major study areas such as Digital Design, Fashion, Graphic Design, Product Design, Spatial Design, Textiles and Visual Arts. AUT has a dynamic international education program that values the varied perspectives and cultures that foreign students can bring to the institution and into the city of Auckland.

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Lincoln University

Canterbury, New Zealand


Lincoln University prides on its hands-on-learning that easily qualifies its graduates into employment. The classes are also smaller so personalize attention for every student is ensured. The university also offers specialized courses in Landscape Architecture where you can learn how culture influences the landscape. You can also learn communication arts where students can gain comprehensive understanding of perception, attitudes, communication theories and many more.

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Massey University

Palmerston North, Wellington and Auckland


Massey University highly values diversity, talent and performance. It develops programs and research initiatives where both students and educators can develop their personal and professional endeavors. It is known for distinctive mix of campus-based, distance and international programs. At Massey, foreign students could take Bachelor of Arts program, which is flexible and requires only one compulsory paper. The university also offers Bachelor of Design program where students can undertake the joint major Fashion Design and Business.

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Victoria University of Wellington

Wellington, New Zealand


Victoria University of Wellington offers international programs in the Faculty of Architecture and Design. Foreign students can take the three-year Bachelor of Design Innovation that enables you to tailor your studies that is suitable for your interests and career. Students can specialize in three areas - Media Design, Culture and Context and Industrial Design.

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kidscrafts 3 years ago from Ottawa, Canada

Very interesting hub! I never went to New Zealand but it's on my list of things to visit!

It's interesting to see the picture of Ivey Hall, Lincoln University; it almost has a touch of Dutch in the architecture.

Thank you for all that information about studying there; excellent info for people who can't afford to pay a lot but want good conditions to study and on top of that discover a new country!

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