Study Abroad at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand with TEAN
- Victoria University of Wellington is ranked in the top 250 universities in the world while its Arts & Humanities programs are ranked 73rd internationally by the QS World University Rankings (2019)
- Get an adrenaline rush during our Orientation Excursion in the 'adventure capital of the world' - Queenstown - where you are exposed not only to local culture and incredible nature but to New Zealand's love of extreme adventure
- Experience the local student living experience, with accommodation in apartments and houses within minutes' walk to campus
- Live in Wellington – an artsy college town that just happens to be the capital of the country and is perfectly located to explore the North and South Islands
- Spend time wandering the city on a lazy Sunday when the local market is in full-swing, take in some of "Windy Welly's" bohemian cafes, or learn more about local Maori history at the world-renowned Te Papa Tongarewa
- Go on an adventure with our mid-semester excursion option to Thailand's culture-rich cities and beautiful beaches
- Appreciate access to TEAN's in-country Resident Director and Wellington-based Resident Advisor for continued support throughout the semester
Wellington, New Zealand
Wellington is great for those who want:
- a walkable city on the water that offers the best of both urban life and the great outdoors
- access to a vibrant arts and culture scene - there are theatres, museums, live music, festivals, markets and more everywhere you turn
- to thoroughly experience what's lovingly become known as 'The Coolest Little Capital in the World' according to Lonely Planet
The Education Abroad Network (TEAN) – established in 1995 – are study abroad and intern specialists in the Asia Pacific region with semester and summer programs available in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, South Korea, China and Japan.
Visit the TEAN Website to learn more or Apply Now with TEAN
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