New Zealandâ€™s education enjoys a high reputation in the world, mainly following the British education system. Education from elementary school to university is top in the world. Because of the commonwealth education system, New Zealand, high school graduation results can be recognised by universities in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. The eight public universities in New Zealand are all in the 500th in the world university rankings.Â
New Zealandâ€™s university education has produced 4 Nobel Prize winners. Many course majors are in the worldâ€™s leading sectors including, biotechnology, forensic medicine, dentistry, marine engineering, environmental science and horticulture. New Zealandâ€™s academic qualifications are globally recognised. International students can experience the comprehensive expansion of personal abilities brought about by the top education system in the New Zealand education system.
The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment survey results of the international student test program shows that in 41 countries, 15-year-old New Zealand students have good reading, math, science and problem-solving abilities. Outstanding performance in four areas, far beyond the average level. New Zealand ranks second in the world as a percentage of government and private expenditures on education institutions as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP).
In the survey of the Global Future Education Index WEFI, New Zealandâ€™s primary education ranks first in the world. Embracing digital technology and encouraging collaboration has always been a core aspect of New Zealand education.