-City Makes a Difference - 5 Popular Cities-

-AUCKLAND-

Auckland is the city on the North Island of New Zealand. It is the major economic and financial center of New Zealand. It is a multicultural and diverse city and home of almost 1.6 million people. Auckland has more than 50 NZQA certified schools and institutes. The most common Tertiary Educational Institutes are the University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, Massey University, Whitireia Community Polytechnic.

-CHRISTCHURCH-

Christchurch is the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand and is located in the Canterbury region. The economic core of Christchurch is the Agricultural Industry. It is also the second-largest manufacturing center after Auckland and plays a significant role when it comes to the tourism sector. Christchurch is the home to the 4th largest school in New Zealand. There is a number of tertiary educational institutes like Ara Institute of Canterbury, Lincoln University, the University of Canterbury that have campuses in Christchurch.

-WELLINGTON-

Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand and the house of 4.1 million people. It is located in the South-Western tip of North Island. Wellington is ranked 12th as World’s most liveable cities by Mercer Quality of Living Survey. Wellington offers a variety of college and university programs for tertiary students. Universities like Victoria University of Wellington, University of Otago.

-HAMILTON-

Hamilton is a city in the North Island of New Zealand. It is the country’s 4th most populous city and home to 1.6 million people. It has more than 40000 tertiary students that are mostly enrolled in three main institutes; the University of Waikato, Waikato Institute of Technology, and Te Wananga O Aotearoa.

-DUNEDIN-

Dunedin is the second-largest city in New Zealand. It has a land area of 3,314.8 Sq Kms. The city has a population of 130,700 compared to New Zealand as a whole. Education Sector is big as it has a population of tertiary student population university in Dunedin is the University of Otago.