Victoria University of Wellington

Victoria, New Zealand


Availabilty: 2 spaces
Language Requirement: Courses offered in English

http://www.victoria.ac.nz/law/

Visa/permit requirements

Information on student visa, insurance requirements and other travel preparations can be found at the link below.

https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/international/get-ready-to-study

Accommodation

Your Offer of Admission for Study sent to you by Vic International will state that (for visa purposes) you are guaranteed accommodation. It does not guarantee you a place in your first choice of hall. You can choose to find housing in a residence hall, homestay or private accommodation. For more information, please visit:

https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/international/get-ready-to-study/accommodation

Academic Calendar

The Victoria University of Wellington academic year is divided into three trimesters:

First trimester: Early March - July

Second trimester: Early July - October (exams continue into November) Third or summer trimester: November – February

https://www.wgtn.ac.nz/explore/other-quals/study-abroad-and-exchange/overview?international=true

Cost of Living

For an idea on the cost of living in Wellington, please refer to:

http://www.victoria.ac.nz/international/planning/costs.aspx

Studying at Victoria

The Victoria Law School is located in the historic Government Buildings, in the heart of Wellington’s legal and political district. Next door to the Courts, Executive Government and Parliament, this is an ideal environment for the study of law. The exceptional caliber of the teaching staff combines with this unique situation to make Victoria University one of the leading providers of legal education in New Zealand.

The programme of study at Vic is carefully structured to teach the essence of the legal perspective - how to think legally - as well as to provide a good grounding in the important core subject areas of law. The Victoria Law School has long held a reputation for high standards in teaching and research, and the stimulating environment it provides attracts highly qualified students, researchers and staff.

Research centres at the law school include the New Zealand Centre of International Economic Law & the New Zealand Centre for Public Law.