- List of universities in New Zealand
This is a list of universities in New Zealand. In 2009, there were 469,107 students enrolled in higher education. Of this total, 33 percent were enrolled at a university, and 9 percent were international students. The former University of New Zealand ran from 1870 to 1961, it was a federal university comprising the six earliest universities as constituent colleges.
New Zealand Universities
Name Main Campus Established Students (EFTS, 2009) Government Funding ($M, 2009) Auckland University of Technology CBD, Auckland 2000i 17,821 132 Lincoln University Lincoln 1878 2,668 31 Massey University Palmerston North 1927 19,424 176 University of Auckland CBD, Auckland 1883 31,688 337 University of Canterbury Christchurch 1873 15,624 140 University of Otago Dunedin 1869 19,179 248 University of Waikato Hamilton 1964 10,606 91 Victoria University of Wellington Wellington 1897 17,785 142* i. ^ predecessors established in 1895.
According to the THE–QS World University Rankings:
Institution 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Massey University 108 188 213 242 283 299 302 University of Auckland 67 52 46 50 65 61 68 University of Canterbury - - 333 188 186 188 189 University of Otago 114 186 79 114 124 125 135 University of Waikato - - 340 319 378 314 316 Victoria University of Wellington - - 222 234 227 229 225
Rankings in italic indicate the highest ranking achieved by the respective university.
- ^ "Provider-based enrolments". Ministry of Education. http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/statistics/tertiary_education/participation. Retrieved 2010-07-10.
- ^ Financial information of universities, 2009
List of universities in Oceania Sovereign states Dependencies and
- American Samoa
- Christmas Island
- Cocos (Keeling) Islands
- Cook Islands
- Easter Island
- French Polynesia
- New Caledonia
- Norfolk Island
- Northern Mariana Islands
- Pitcairn Islands
- Wallis and Futuna
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