By enabling the next generation of innovators to imagine without limits, Victoria is ‘Stimulating a design-led, high-value manufacturing region’.
Victoria University is New Zealand’s top ranked university for research quality (2012 Performance-Based Research Fund).
More than 2,534 publications resulting from our researchers’ work were published in 2018.
Victoria University of Wellington consistently ranks among the world’s 18,000 universities. In 2018, Victoria ranked 221 in the QS World University Rankings.
Victoria University of Wellington has five stars overall in the QS Stars rating of excellenceand five stars in each of the eight categories—arts and culture, discipline ranking and accreditations, employability, facilities, inclusiveness, internationalisation, research, and teaching.
Overall, Victoria University of Wellington is in the top 2 percent of the world’s 18,000 universities.
In 19 subject areas, we are among the top 1 percent of the world’s universities (2019 QS World University Rankings by Subject).
We have two subjects ranked in the top 50 in the world, including Library and Information Management, which sits within the Information Studies programme at Victoria Business School. The subject is ranked 24 in the world in the QS World University Rankings by Subject, up from 40 in 2018.
Victoria Business School is one of an elite group of commerce faculties worldwide that hold the Triple Crown of international accreditations of EQUIS, AACSB (Business) and AMBA. Victoria University of Wellington has over 22,000 students, including over 3,700 international students from more than 110 countries. In 2018, we awarded 4,868 qualifications at graduation ceremonies. The University has over 2,300 full-time equivalent staff and over 1,000 of those are involved in teaching and research. About half our academic staff were born outside New Zealand.
We have 10 faculties, eight of which conduct teaching and research—each faculty is divided into schools. Victoria University of Wellington is committed to a range of international initiatives and connections—many of these through our global programmes and partners.
Information about our Cuba Quarter campus, the heart of our Architecture and Design programmes.
The Te Aro Campus has two buildings, with the reception located in the University’s striking red building at 139 Vivian Street. A purpose-built space, Wigan Building, has been leased directly behind 139 Vivian Street, allowing consolidation of the whole Faculty within one location.
Te Aro campus is close to Cuba Street, one of the main café areas in Wellington, and there are also supermarkets and convenience stores nearby.
|Avg Cost of Tuition/Year||NZD$ 26,600|
|Cost of Living/Year||NZD$ 18,300|
|Application Fee||NZD$ 0|
|Estimated Total/Year||NZD$ 44,900|
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