The Victoria University of Wellington is the oldest public university in Wellington, New Zealand. The university was a constituent college of the University of New Zealand, and in 1897 the university was established by the Act of Parliament. The university is well-recognized for its programs in humanities, scientific disciplines and law. The university ranks 215th in the top 500 universities of the world according to the QS World University Ranking. In 2012 and 2018 the university had the highest average research grades in the New Zealand Government’s Performance-Based Research Fund exercise.
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery INR 39,85,586 yr
Master of Computer Science INR 24,27,140 yr
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science INR 23,07,244 yr
BSc in Medical Chemistry INR 25,43,733 yr
There are three campuses in the Victoria University of Wellington spread over the city of Wellington and also premises in Auckland.
Kelburn Campus: This is the largest campus of the university located in the city of Wellington. It is the heart of the first-year experience at Te Herenga Waka, which offers comprehensive student support. The Kelburn Campus provides all essential services to students that include the Central Library, Student health and Counseling, Unichem University Pharmacy, Recreation Centre, Campus Books and Victoria University of Wellington Student’s Association (VUWSA). The campus also has many cafes and food outlets for students.
Pipitea Campus: This campus is the home of the Wellington School of Business and Government and the Faculty of Law. Located in Wellington, the Pipitea campus is well-recognized for legal, business and government districts. The campus has many Government buildings, Wellington railway stations and Rutherford House and bus terminus. The campus offers various services and amenities to students such as a commerce library, law library, student health and counseling, Pipitea fitness studio and cages.
Te Aro Campus: This campus is the heart of the architecture and design programs of the university. Te Aro Campus is located near colorful Cuba Street along with several cafes, shops and street life.
Hostel and Facilities
Victoria University of Wellington has several halls of residence for students that offer a variety of living options to students with all essential facilities.
Boulcott Hall: This resident’s house has 180 single rooms along with catered availability and a single bad facility. The Hall also offers the facilities of a games hall, disabled access and a music room to students.
Capital Hall: This hall has 320 single rooms for international students with a chartered facility. It is a high-rise building in the central city. The hall is mostly popular with first-year students of the university.
Cumberland House: This residence hall has 123 single rooms, 24 single studios and 80 twin-share places. It is located near Te Aro campus which is an inner-city multi-story hall of the Victoria University of Wellington.
Education House: The hall has 108 single studios, is located centrally and offers self-catered accommodation. This education hall also offers Wi-Fi and a laundry facility to students.
Everton Hall: This hall has 189 single rooms and 5 couple rooms with a self-catered facility. It has large areas for playing tennis and pool tables, two music rooms and a vending machine for drinks and snacks.
Helen Lowry Hall: The hall has 50 single-room, twin share and triple-share places. It also offers you a separate games area, music room, project room and vegetable room.
Joan Stevens Hall: The hall has 242 single rooms along with catering facilities. It is a mid-sized hall that has a family-like atmosphere. Joan Stevens Hall mostly houses the students of the first year.
Victoria House: The hall has 139 single rooms, 42 twin-share places and 2 premium rooms. It is the oldest hall residence of the university that offers you gender-diverse bathrooms and kitchenettes.
Bachelor of Science
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