By Fred LeBlanc, Resident Director & Maggie Aldworth, Site Specialist With so many incredible places to study abroad in New Zealand, what sets Wellington apart? Could it be the creative culture the city is known for? The wide range of … Continue reading It’s a Wonderful Life in Wellington
By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate No matter how excited you are to go abroad, traveling to a foreign country can be overwhelming. ISA helps make your transition abroad as smooth as possible by offering a comprehensive on-site orientation before you begin … Continue reading Bridging Cultures & Combating Culture Shock in New Zealand
You’ve decided to study abroad in New Zealand? Awesome! But where in New Zealand? For a small country, New Zealand offers a surprising number of institutions for studying abroad. To find the right one, it’s helpful to get an insider’s perspective. ISA … Continue reading An Insider’s Perspective to Studying Business in Wellington, New Zealand
Wellington is the political and cultural capital of New Zealand and the southernmost capital in the world. As the country’s cultural capital, Wellington plays host to numerous events, like movie premiers, art exhibits and New Zealand’s annual Fashion Week.
And if being in the middle of the action with all these events wasn’t enough, residents have the ocean to play in as well. Almost all Wellington residents live less than two miles from the ocean.
Don’t miss these Discovery Compass activities in Wellington!
By Kat Harrell, ISA New Zealand Site Specialist
New Zealand—two major islands that are home of sheep, bungee jumping, LORDE, and Sir Peter Jackson. We all know that. But here are a few things you probably didn’t know about New Zealand’s North Island. Continue reading “10 Things You Didn’t Know About New Zealand’s North Island”