New Zealand’s food and cuisine
Being an island nation, New Zealand is known for its exquisite seafood. Some of the popular dishes include roast lamb, fish and chips, and Paua, a seafood delicacy. Students get to savour the taste of a variety of cuisines in some of the best restaurants located in close proximity to their campuses.
One of the most popular events, Wondergarden on Auckland’s waterfront, is enjoyed by thousands of students. Celebrate with world-class international and New Zealand acts, roaming performers, and entertainment.
St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is Auckland’s favourite alternative music festival, popular for its fresh music. The NZ International Comedy Festival and the Splore Music and Arts Festival is also loved by many students from different parts of New Zealand.
Students can get some time off from their studies and explore shopping precincts offering a world-class collection of boutique and designer stores, homewares and high street fashion.
Students in NZ often opt for part-time jobs. There are plenty of options including opportunities to work in the campus library, attendant in supermarkets/restaurants, door-to-door marketing opportunities, call center jobs, etc.
Get a taste of New Zealand’s very own island of wine! With over 30 exquisite wineries and vineyards dotted across New Zealand’s Auckland island, an explosion of flavour bound to tickle the tastebuds of even the most amateur of connoisseurs, a flavour for every season. The country’s best wine regions are located in easy reach of passers by to ensure reachability for everyone to enjoy. These wine regions also offer picturesque accommodation and fine dining options to allow new comers the opportunity to experience the New Zealand way of life at its finest.