AustraLearn - University of Otago
Dunedin is located in the beautiful southern province of Otago. From Dunedin, students can explore some of New Zealand’s most spectacular scenic and outdoor attractions. Day trips can include visits to southern lakes, high mountain valleys, rivers, secluded beaches, and a wide variety of snow sports in winter and water sports in summer. Dunedin’s physical vitality includes white sand beaches, scenic hills, tidal inlets, volcanic landforms, and a moderate coastal climate. This smaller city of about 120,000 has produced many of New Zealand’s greatest writers, poets, artists and musicians. Its cultural setting includes one of New Zealand’s best international art collections, vibrant professional theatre, some of the nation’s finest museums and libraries, and the heart of the city is lined with restaurants and sidewalk cafes.
The University of Otago is New Zealand’s oldest university and one of its top-ranked research institutions. It has about 22,000 students, including 2500 international students. The main campus is situated in the center of Dunedin, which welcomes students for the life and vitality they bring to the city. Otago’s specialist-academic schools are well respected while it also offers excellent field-based study in the social sciences and physical sciences. It has an active student association and many societies and clubs for cultural, athletic, political and academic interests.
Relevant Academic Disciplines
Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Asian Studies, Biology, Business, Child and Family Studies, Communication Studies, Community Development, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Engineering, English, Environmental Sciences, Film Studies, Fine Arts, Food Sciences/Nutrition, Foreign Languages, Gender Studies, General Sciences, Geography, Geology, Health Studies, History, Humanities, International Studies, Journalism, Liberal Arts, Literature, Marine-Ocean Sciences, Mathematics, Most Majors, Music, Pacific Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Social Science, Social Work, Sociology, Sustainable Urban Development, Theater Arts, Tourism, Women's Studies
Overall GPA 3.0
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