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Advantages of Each NZ

Advantages of Each New Zealand City

Auckland (North Island)

Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand with about 1.5 million inhabitants as the economic and educational centre. In addition, Auckland is home to the renowned campuses of The University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology and Massy University. With its modern and dynamic features, Auckland has a mild climate, beautiful natural environment and a friendly and welcoming city. Our New Zealand Bada education branch is located  in the heart of Auckland City. As you can see from the picture above, it is also called 'The City of Yachts' and it is a great sight to see the many kinds of yachts moored in the harbor. Auckland Harbor is within a 5-minute walk of the centre of Auckland and on the you can easily see the relaxed New Zealanders enjoying swimming and yachting.

Wellington (North Island, Capital)

Wellington is New Zealand's capital and the second most admired city. It is a beautiful harbor town with about 400,000 inhabitants, surrounded by green hills, and all of New Zealand's public sector is located in Wellington, a beautiful, safe and lively city. The Embassy of the Republic of Korea is located in Wellington, providing a great opportunity for many tourists from all over the world, as well as smart, motivated and creative students to learn about the different languages, cultures and lifestyle of New Zealand traditions. The inside of the city is good for walking, and convenient and safe transportation means that it is very convenient for first time travelers or students. Lonely Planet refers to Wellington as 'the most beautiful little city in the world'.

Please take a cable car to see Wellington City at a glance.

Hamilton (North Island)

Hamilton is the largest inland city in New Zealand and is located on the Waikato River, 130 kilometers south of Auckland. Hamilton is a small city compared to Auckland, but it has a friendly atmosphere, a long history and many tourist attractions. In the famous Hamilton Gardens, you can see such a large variety of plants that it has become a real tourist attraction! It also has a variety of facilities including a number of award-winning restaurants. Do not forget to visit the restaurants when you visit Hamilton! The biggest feature of Hamilton is its close proximity to major tourist attractions such as Hobbit Village and Waitomo Caves, making it the best geographical advantage to enjoy sightseeing and leisure.

Rotorua (North Island)

Rotorua is located in the heart of the North Island and is home to many of New Zealand's most scenic resorts, including mountains, rivers, forests and lakes. It is a beautiful city where you can experience not only the mysterious natural environment but also the traditional Maori culture, such as the mud boiling water, the blood stream, and the sulfur hot spring created by the natural environment. Mountain biking, horseback riding, swimming, fishing and more are just a few of New Zealand's most exciting experiences. In Rotorua's city centre, clean and modern restaurants and sulfur hot springs can be reached directly from city.

Christchurch (South Island)  

Christchurch is the largest city in New Zealand's South Island and the third largest in New Zealand. With rapid economic growth, international students have more opportunities for employment and the University of Canterbury, Lincoln University and New Zealand's leading public universities are located in Christchurch.

There are so many things to see and do that Christchurch was ranked 2nd in the New York Times' selection of 52 cities to visit in 2014! For this reason, international students from all over the world are learning about the cultural diversity and international character of the city.

Dunedin (South Island)

Dunedin is the second largest city on the South Island of New Zealand and is a port city on the southern tip of the South Island. It is a beautiful city with a Scottish atmosphere with the nickname of Edinburgh in New Zealand. The University of Otago, one of New Zealand's leading public universities, is located in Dunedin, about 20 percent of the population is students, is a typical university city where you can feel young and energetic passion. In addition, you will find a variety of rare animals found only in New Zealand, including penguins and the Royal Albatross! Why do not you visit Dunedin, an old-fashioned and traditional city?

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