Oceania

We have exchange partner agreements with institutions in Fiji and New Zealand.

Read more about these institutions, including their location and surroundings, units offered to exchange students and information about studying on exchange at those institutions, before you apply to study overseas.

New Zealand

Unitec New Zealand

Unitec is located in Auckland, the largest city in the North Island. It is close to the sea, and an easy trip to many of New Zealand's natural wonders. Unitec's main campus (Mt Albert) is a vibrant spacious campus with modern facilities.

Study options

Subjects are available in communication, media and public relations, creative arts industries, community development, business, international studies and political sciences, social work and youth work, environmental science and biotechnology, sports, recreation management and exercise science, social sciences, engineering, computer science and information systems and masters courses. Subject to approval from this university.

Early Childhood Education not available to Exchange students.

http://www.unitec.ac.nz

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Fiji

University of South Pacific

Suva, the capital and largest city of Fiji, is home to USP and can be found on the south east coast of the island of Viti Levu. One of the most relaxed capital cities in the world, there is a wide range of activities, held during both the day and night, to help you enjoy this idyllic location. Just don't forget to study..! Note that you will be required to reside on campus as an exchange student.

Study options

Subjects are available in communication, media and public relations, education, community development, business, international studies and political sciences, hospitality, tourism and events management, social work and youth work, environmental science and biotechnology, law, psychology, social sciences, engineering and computer science and information systems. Subject to approval from this university.

 

http://www.usp.ac.fj

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