What can you study at university in New Zealand?

There are a huge range of course and subjects that you can study at university in New Zealand.

Almost any subject that you can study in the UK will be available at the universities in New Zealand. Below are just a few examples of what subjects will be offered through different university faculties and schools.

Please note that not all universities will have the same faculties, or they may have slightly different names.

Faculty of Arts

American studies; ancient history; anthropology; art history; Asian studies; Chinese; classics; communication studies; computer science; criminology; cultural anthropology; design studies; development studies; drama; economics; education; employment relations and organisation studies; English literature; English language and linguistics; ethics; European studies; film; television and media studies; French; geography; German; Greek (ancient); history; human services; information science; international relations; Islamic studies; Italian; Japanese; Korean; Latin; logic and computation; Maori studies; management science; mathematics; media studies; music; Pacific studies; performing arts studies; philosophy; political studies; PPE; psychology; public policy; religious studies; Russian; Samoan studies; social policy; social science for public health; sociology; Spanish; statistics; theatre; womens studies.

Faculty of Business

Accounting; advertising; agribusiness; business management; business economics; business information systems; commercial law; e-commerce; economics; economics and statistics; finance; hotel management; human resource management; information science; information systems; international business; management; management science and operations management; marketing; property management; retail; sales; strategy and entrepreneurship; operations and supply chain management; taxation; tourism.

Faculty of Design

Architecture; fine art; photography; built environment; fashion design; creative arts; animation; interior design; industrial design; graphic design; visual effects; creative advertising; game development; digital media; jewellery design; design studies; painting; product design; textile design; visual communication design; printmaking and sculpture.

Faculty of Engineering

Aerospace engineering; biomedical engineering; biotechnical engineering; chemical engineering; chemical and materials engineering; chemical and nanotechnology engineering; civil engineering, environmental engineering; computer systems engineering; electrical and electronic engineering; petroleum engineering; software engineering; mechatronics engineering; engineering science; natural resources engineering; environmental technology and sustainable energy engineering; industrial automation engineering; multimedia systems engineering; product design engineering; product development engineering; software engineering; telecommunication and network engineering.

Faculty of Health Sciences

Biomedical sciences; medicinal chemistry; dentistry; medicine; oral health; physiotherapy; radiography; nursing; midwifery; pharmacy; pharmacology; optoelectronics; applied mental health; health promotion; paramedic; podiatry; medical laboratory science; rehabilitation; sport and exercise; human health and the environment; human genetics; molecular pathology; molecular pharmacology; medicinal chemistry; drug and human health; infection and immunity; nutrition.

Faculty of Science

Agricultural science; anatomy and structural biology; animal science; astronomy; anthropological science; applied mathematics; applied physics; applied chemistry; bioinformatics; biology; biological sciences; biomedical sciences; biotechnology; biochemistry; cell and molecular bioscience; chemistry; computer science; development studies; earth science; ecology; ecology and biodiversity; electronics and computing; environmental science; environmental studies; food science; geography; geology; geophysics; industrial mathematics; information systems; logic and computation; marine science; marine biology; mathematics; medicinal chemistry; operations research; physical geography; pharmacology; physics; physiology; psychology; sport and exercise science; statistics; horticultural science; information technology; nanoscience; plant biology; zoology; botany; energy studies; land planning and development; neuroscience; plant biotechnology; aquaculture and fisheries; computational modelling; energy management; biosecurity; geographic information systems.

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