To study in Victoria, international students must have good English proficiency and high academic achievement.
Entry requirements are listed under each program. The school will review the academic records and English ability of each candidate when evaluating records.
If you do not meet the English language requirements for the course, you can apply for the Victoria English Proficiency Program. The 12-week English Proficiency Program (EPP) aims to develop English language skills for academic purposes. Upon successful completion, students will receive a Certificate of English Proficiency.
If you do not meet the academic requirements of the course, you can apply for the Foundation Program designed to help international students who do not meet the entry requirements to prepare for the courses. University.
The Victoria University Foundation Program is taught by ACG New Zealand International College, ensuring students who complete the course will be admitted to the bachelor’s degree programs at Victoria University in Wellington.
Department of Architecture and Design
Khoa is a leading provider of education in various fields of construction and design.
The Department of Pedagogy offers challenging and stimulating learning programs that encourage students to apply research into practice. The school will equip students with the knowledge necessary to acquire critical and creative thinking, in order to create their own path in the educational environment.
Faculty of Engineering
The department’s programs focus on industry, giving students the opportunity to participate in practical projects while still studying modern theories such as controlling robots to explore damaged buildings, designs large-scale networks, or telecommunication system development.
Faculty of University Research
The Faculty of University Studies closely follows all doctoral programs and research projects in order to bring the most positive value to the student’s dissertation research.
Department of Health
The latest faculty at Victoria University, established in January 2017, brings together researchers and teachers with the goal of training a next generation of health professionals, aiming to make a difference. and health and welfare differences in New Zealand.
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
The variety of courses and locations right in the heart of the capital and the cultural cradle of the nation will give students a great opportunity to build the future.
Faculty of Law
The Faculty of Law provides a supportive and encouraging learning environment. The school is ranked among the top 40 law schools in the world and is home to many world-renowned scholars.
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Its faculty is the world’s leading researchers and Wellington is the city with the highest density of scientists and scientific organizations in New Zealand.
Victoria Business School
The school trains leaders who are able to consider the intimate relationship of trade, governance, and society from economic activities.