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Where to go?

There are plenty of options today in choosing where to study, both in New Zealand and overseas. Use these sites to check out the options.

* AFS Intercultural Programmes
Want to study overseas? Choose from over 30 countries worldwide. Scholarships & financial assistance available
* Education New Zealand
Official information about New Zealand's international education promotion and representation worldwide.
* Education UK
An easy to search database of courses on offer in the UK
* EF International Language Schools
All about spending a high school year in the country of your choice
* Government Jobs
Gateway to the diverse job and career opportunities within the New Zealand State sector organisations.
* National Trade Academy
Agricultural, sheep, beef, dairy, equinine, pest control – courses for working on the land
* NZQA Find providers
Search for registered education providers by using the search function.
* Outward Bound Community Scholarships
Some scholarships are available for Outward Bound Courses through local organisations. Explore personal development, cultural identity and cultural diversity with the goal of achieving your dreams.
* Secondary Schools
Christchurch, New Zealand secondary schools
* STA Travel
Heading off into the big wide world and not sure how to start? Look in here for all sorts of info & advice on masses of countries - includes destination guides, hostels, travel maps, currency converter, airport codes, to name but a few.
* STS High School Foundation
International student exchange opportunites
* Study in Australia
A guide to studying in Australia.
* Study in US
A guide to studying in the United States.
* Te Wananga o Aotearoa
NZ tertiary education institutions that deliver educational programmes and opportunities within a Māori environment
* Tertiary Institutions
Christchurch City Libraries' links to Universities, Polytechnics and other training providers
* Understanding NZ Qualifications
A website with information about qualifications in New Zealand.