Ranked by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development's Programme for International Student Assessment, New Zealand's education system ranks the seventh best in the world. Whether in a Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Sport and Recreation, Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Dance Studies, students can be sure they will learn the essential knowledge and skills at a school in New Zealand to prepare them for success in their professional careers or further education.
Bachelor degrees are conferred upon graduates after three to four years of study at any of over 33 universities, colleges, polytechnics and private institutions across the islands. The University of Aukland is the highest internationally ranked academic institution in New Zealand, hosting approximately 39,000 students. The Victoria University of Wellington, the University of Otago and the Auckland University of Technology also offer a range of Bachelor programs for students in New Zealand. Tuition costs and added fees depend on the university, program and the student applying, with national New Zealanders' fees being subsidized by the government.
To learn more about how you can apply to enroll in a Bachelor program in New Zealand at a university, college, polytechnic or other academic institution, simply scroll down and click to read more, today!
The Marlborough region has over 100 wineries, more than 550 independent growers and 77% of New Zealand's total wine production. NMIT has been delivering these programmes since 1991. You will gain an in-depth, professional degree covering both growing grapes (viticulture) and winemaking. It includes a six-week practical vintage, vineyard experience and a final year research project. [+]
This programme will provide you with specialist knowledge, as well as technical and practical skills relating to aquaculture. [+]
Our Bachelor of Arts and Media programme will provide you with the fundamental skills to move into personal practice or a variety of careers within the arts, design and media industries, or to pursue further study. [+]
This programme focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of computers and their application in business and industry and provides entry to postgraduate study. [+]
The Bachelor of Commerce programme is a blend of both theoretical and practical, with an emphasis on applied knowledge and skills. With any of the three majors you will develop general management skills (e.g. communication, presentation, interpersonal and problem solving skills) in addition to the specific business skills for your major. [+]
Experience a mind-blowing adventure through the human body and find out what it’s capable of! This is how you turn a passion for sport, health and fitness into a rewarding career. [+]
Blending graphic design, visual art and fashion in an interdisciplinary setting, the Bachelor of Creative Industries is all about allowing you to learn the diverse range of skills required by creative industries. [+]
Study a range of technologies: art; graphic design; fashion; and interior design, to participate and contribute to the creative industries. [+]
Gain the theoretical and applied knowledge of both the hardware and software fields of computing with specialisations in the design and maintenance of computer systems, databases, programming, operating systems, computer networking, internet and web development, gaming and animation, technical support and embedded controller applications for a wide range of industries. [+]
Take a holistic view of organisations and examine the interface between education, organisations and the community from a socioeconomic perspective to a specific business field. [+]
This qualification provides students who have a particular interest in the service sector a range of specialised learning in the tourism and hotel/hospitality industry. The specialist knowledge gained from the Hotel Management major is to clearly give advantage to students who wish to pursue careers in the hotel/hospitality industry. [+]
Students majoring in Environmental Studies develop the necessary skills to prepare submissions to local/central government authorities, and understand the processes that affect local and national environmental development. Moreover, the interdisciplinary aspect of the BCIS programme means that students achieve a broad knowledge including Language, Business and International Relations... [+]
This major is designed to provide you with a basic knowledge of how languages work, through studying language structure, language systems and literary texts. It also includes basic language teaching methodologies. For those planning a career in teaching, it is an excellent preparation for teaching any language to non-native speakers. Many Language Studies students opt to enrol in the LTCL Trinity College... [+]
The Japanese Studies major will suit those students wishing to become proficient in the Japanese language, as well as understanding Japanese culture. The significant numbers of Japanese students at IPU New Zealand are a wonderful resource for practicing the language every day. This opportunity, combined with the fact that all IPU New Zealand teachers of Japanese are native speakers, help make IPU New... [+]
Global initiatives are largely determined by international politics. Studying international relations will give you a better understanding of the causes and problems associated with historical and current world affairs. By identifying and assessing the complexities of power politics at the national, regional and global level through theoretical frameworks and real-life case studies, students will gain a greater... [+]