Welcome to Education New Zealand
We are the New Zealand government agency solely dedicated to helping Aotearoa New Zealand realise the social, cultural and economic benefits of international education.
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Updated timeframe for the re-opening of New Zealand's borders
The New Zealand Government on 21 December 2021 announced changes to its border re-opening plan, designed to minimise the risk to New Zealand from community transmission of the Omicron variant of COVID-19.
Take a New Look at a New Zealand education
ENZ has launched a new brand campaign to promote New Zealand’s full suite of study options, including online, off-shore and blended learning to global learners. Study providers can download new brand assets via The Brand Lab to promote study with New Zealand. The suite includes new brand messages, photography and creative assets.
ENZ Toolkit: Increase support for international education
ENZ has released a toolkit to help education providers create compelling stories about the benefits of international education.
You can download the toolkit via The Brand Lab.
Take a new look at international education
ENZ’s new content hub is a home to share inspiring stories with New Zealanders about how international education is delivering a raft of benefits for Aotearoa New Zealand and connecting it to the world.
Think New with FutureLearn
ENZ has launched a prototype showcasing a selection of courses from New Zealand providers to worldwide online learners, under the national Think New brand.
Access ENZ's digital services with a single sign-in and discover your own personalised dashboard.
Border exception: 1,000 more international students
A further border class exception for 1,000 international students has been approved by the New Zealand Government.
Innovative ENZ universities’ partnership creates pipeline of international students
The partnership with NCUK will deliver a world-class New Zealand education across the world, and develop a pipeline of international students to study in New Zealand when the time is right.
Emergency benefit for temporary visa holders
Help may be available for temporary visa holders – including international students - who can’t return home due to COVID-19 and are experiencing financial hardship.
Recovery plan for international education sector
The Minister of Education has announced a long-term recovery plan for the international education sector.
Tū Ngātahi is a Te Reo Māori phrase calling us to ‘stand together’. We want to show international students that they are welcome here, and we all benefit when we work together.
COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) information for students, agents and the international education sector
New Zealand government agencies are working together to provide advice and support for students, agents and education providers in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.