In Wellington, New Zealand, there is a university called Victoria University of Wellington. Beginning in 1897, Victoria achieved the highest annual research score in the Performance-Based Research Fund exercise of the New Zealand Government in 2012 and 2018, placing fourth in 2006 and third in 2003. However, Victoria has also been placed 215th out of 500 universities worldwide in the QS World University Rankings (2020).
Victoria University of Wellington Entry Requirements:
Higher Secondary School / Intermediate students are not eligible for direct entry, One year of successful study at a recognized institution or university, or successful completion of a University of Otago Foundation Year program or equivalent.
Achieve an average of 75% over the best four academic subjects in the Indian School Certificate (ISC), or the All-India Senior School Certificate (AISSC), and selected state boards: Maharashtra, Karnataka, and West Bengal with a minimum of 60% in English.
An average of 80% over the best four academic subjects in all other state boards, with a minimum of 65% in English.
Completed International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma with a minimum of 24 points.
Applicants must achieve a minimum of 6 points taken from three subjects, achieving a minimum grade of C in at least one subject
A recognized bachelor’s degree with a B average, and a B average in a relevant subject if required. In percentage between 65% – 69%+
English Language requirements:
Under Graduate: 6.0 overall (no band less than 5.5)
Post Graduate: 6.5 overall (no band less than 6.0)
Under Graduate: 80 with a score of 21 in writing
Post Graduate: 90 with a score of 21 in writing
Under Graduate: 50 with no PTE communicative skills below 42
Post Graduate: 58 and no PTE communicative skills below 50
Bachelours Programs Tuition Fees
Arts Degree: 29,400
Bachelor of Music in Sonic Arts & Music Technology: 35,200
Bachelor of Commerce in International Business: 31,200
Engineering Degree: 36,950 – 38,250
Bachelor of Building Science in Project Management & Sustainable Engineering Systems: 36,950
Bachelor of Building Science in Project Management: 36,950 Bachelor of Building Science in Project Management & Sustainable Engineering Systems: 36,950
Health Sciences: 31,050
Bachelor of Commerce in Commercial Law: 31,200
Bachelor of Laws: 35,350
Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology:
Arts in Education & Psychology: 29,400
Arts in Psychology: 29,400
Health in Health Psychology: 31,050
Science in Psychology: 33,650
Science Degree: 33,650 – 33,950
Bachelor of Communication in Science Communication: 29,400
Arts in Political Science: 29,400
Arts in Data Science: 29,400
Commerce in Data Science: 31,200
Commerce in Actuarial Science: 31,200
Science in Renewable Energy Systems: 33,650
Masters Programs Tuition Fees:
Arts Degree: 32,150 – 52,650
Master of in Musical Arts: 37,950
Master of Arts in Museum & Heritage Practice: 48,200
Business Degree: 49,300
Engineering Degree: 41,100
Arts in Education: 32,150
Educational Psychology: 38,900
Master of Education: 48,200
Health Sciences: 47,200
Master of Nursing Science: 31,450
Master of Health in Nursing: 47,200
Science Degree: 38,900
Geographic Information Science: 58,300
Computer Science: 58,300
Biomedical Science By Thesis: 38,900
Biomedical Science By Coursework & Thesis: 38,900
Architectural Science: 41,400
Environmental Science: 58,300
Climate Change Science & Policy: 58,300
Science in Data Science: 38,900 Master of Science in Data Science with a thesis: 38,900
Business Analytics: 49,300
Victoria University of Wellington Scholarship:
New Zealand International Student Grant 2022/2023
Scholarship level: All postgraduate; First-year students; School leavers
Tenure: One year
Award for: International
Number offered: Multiple
Value: $5,000 or $10,000 (see additional information)
Undergraduate students are eligible to receive a NZ$10,000 grant (equally disbursed over the first two years of study) and postgraduate students are eligible for a NZ$5,000 grant (for the first year of study)
This grant is available for all eligible students beginning their undergraduate or postgraduate studies.
Applicants must be onshore in New Zealand and enrolling in a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate degree on campus at Victoria University of Wellington in Trimester 1, 2, or 3 in either 2022 or 2023.
The award will only apply to new students who have not previously been enrolled at the Victoria University of Wellington.
Victoria University of Wellington Study Abroad Scholarship:
Scholarship level: All postgraduate; Returning students
Closing date(s): Trimester 1: 1 December; Trimester 2; 1 May; Trimester 3: 1 September
Tenure: One year
Award for: International
Number offered: Up to 15 each trimester
Value: Up to NZ$1,000
The scholarship is open to international students who plan to experience New Zealand culture through the Study Abroad and Exchange program at Victoria University of Wellington. Successful applicants must be willing to participate in marketing activities to promote Study Abroad and Exchange opportunities to students at the Victoria University of Wellington. Consideration is given to experiences, attributes, backgrounds, and academic achievements.
Any international student who intends to enroll in the Study Abroad and Exchange program at Victoria University of Wellington for a minimum of one trimester.
Applicants must have applied to study abroad at Victoria University of Wellington as an international student and hold an Offer to study by the application deadline.
Candidate must hold a minimum GPA of 2.7 (out of 4).
Students must commence study in the trimester and year indicated in their Offer of Place letter.
Application process :
A completed online application must be submitted by 4.30 pm on the closing date. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted. Any required supporting documentation (including references) must also be received by 4.30 pm on the closing date in order for the application to be considered.