Here’s some help to get you started on your way to Dunedin
Find an institution in Dunedin. Submit your application to study with them.
Visit our learn section and follow the links to one of Dunedin’s high quality education institutions.
Is your course less than 12 weeks or 3 months? Then you can enter New Zealand on a visitor visa.
Plan on studying for more than 12 weeks or 3 months? Then you’ll need a student visa.
Here is the information you’ll need to scan and send to Immigration New Zealand for your student visa:
- Are you under 18? Then you’ll need to ask your Dunedin education institution to provide a letter saying that suitable accommodation is available for you
- Your offer of place from your Dunedin education institution. Also known as your acceptance or enrolment letter, this document lets immigration know you have been accepted to study in Dunedin
- Proof that you have enough money for your living costs while living and studying in Dunedin
- Proof that you have a return airline ticket back home – or the money to buy one.
Find a local education agent to help
Discover more about Dunedin
Choose a place to live
Look for a part time job
As a student with your student visa, you may be able to work part-time while you study.
Help to find a job in Dunedin
Dunedin has an international airport, with connections from across New Zealand and Australia.
Air New Zealand is New Zealand’s national airline connecting New Zealand to the world.
We look forward to welcoming you to Dunedin.