New Zealand is a stunningly beautiful country that takes you right out of a movie scene. Tourists, business owners and academics all flock to its shores – as do international students looking for study destinations. Although you might assume its picturesque environment comes with expensive tuition fees, you’d be wrong; there are numerous affordable universities for international students that you can consider studying at.
Auckland University of Technology (AUT), founded in 1895 and granted university status in 2000, is New Zealand’s cheapest university for international students. Offering courses across art & design, business, clinical science communications education hospitality law public health among others – AUT currently boasts 29,000+ students including over 4000 international ones!
Massey University is one of New Zealand’s cheapest universities, having started out as an agricultural college before eventually ranking among the world’s top 300 universities. With campuses located across New Zealand such as Wellington, Auckland and Palmerston North – not to mention over 30,000 students! Annual tuition starts from USD 17,000.
Lincoln University was established in 1990 when it separated from Lincoln College Canterbury. Home to more than 2,535 students, it offers undergraduate and graduate programs with cost-cutting rates in mind, such as business studies, education, social work and nursing majors.