Coffee in New Zealand might be different to what you know back home. There is a strong coffee culture here, where friends and colleagues will commonly meet for a coffee at a café or order a takeaway cup of their favourite coffee each morning. Here is our guide so you can order coffee like a Kiwi.
As New Zealand’s largest city, there is no shortage of things to do in Auckland! Visit the Viaduct, take the ferry to Waiheke, explore the Hauraki Gulf, take a trip up the Skytower or just travel around Auckland’s many suburbs, the choice is yours. Go north of the Harbour bridge for even more experiences to enjoy. You can even plan a trip to Auckland around one of the many events happening. Here are our picks of events in 2021!
From 11.59pm on Wednesday 17 February, Auckland will be at COVID-19 Alert Level 2 and the rest of the country will be at Alert Level 1. This will be reviewed again on Monday 22 February. iStudent Complaints remains open for business throughout New Zealand.
Have you been thinking about studying in New Zealand? Or maybe you are already here, but are looking for some support or ideas? We’ve compiled a list of websites where you can find all the study and travel essentials for New Zealand, even during the current pandemic. Here are iStudent Complaints top website picks for international students.
New Zealand is one of the best places to be in the world right now. We are very fortunate to be able to host large gatherings and events. We’ve chosen some of our favourite musical and cultural events over the coming few months that we think international students will enjoy. What better way to kickstart 2021 than getting out there and enjoying all that Aotearoa New Zealand has to offer!
We have selected our twelve top picks of the best places that international students can go in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the things that they can do there. This list is slightly different as its structured by each month of the year, so each place has been chosen by the month it is best to visit in.