New Zealand consists of two islands, northern and southern. In the north of the northern island there is a city of Auckland, the location of University. Auckland is the biggest and cosmopolitan city of the country. Here 1,2 million people live. The university is one of the best in New Zealand. Its communication with leading companies and the enterprises of the country provides high percent of employment of his students. Students are engaged in small groups that provides to each student an individual approach. The university conducts training at different levels: from preuniversity preparation to doctoral studies. The university has two educational buildings, both from which are located in the downtown. Occupations at University begin in February and July. The university is also famous for outstanding research base. The university offers several options of accommodation for the students. It can be both accommodation at residences, and accommodation in the student’s residence of University. The university has several cases of residences:
— Akoranga Hall, residence is on the northern coast of the city and is intended mainly for the students who are trained at such faculties as health care and business. The residence consists of 148 completely furnished single rooms which are united in blocks on 6 bedrooms in everyone.
— Mount Terrace Hall, is in three minutes of walking from the educational building. The residence consists of 83 single rooms with food and 15 apartments (calculated on 5 people everyone) with own kitchen. The residence is recommended for accommodation of students of faculties of art, business, natural sciences and engineering.
— UniLodge Auckland, is in the center of the business district of the city. The residence consists from one – two – three – and four-seater studios.
— Railway Campus, consists of 230 modern apartments with kitchen and is in 15 minutes of walking from the educational building.
— Huia Residence, is located in the downtown few steps away from training center.
Perhaps also accommodation in the New Zealand family. Here the furnished room and food is provided to the student. At such accommodation students take part in cultural life of a family.
The university trains specialists in the following directions:
— art: applied technological design, art and design, computer design,
— public relations: advertizing, communications, journalism, multimedia,
— hotel and restaurant business: hotel management, culinary art, management of actions, international hotel management,
— linguistics: Chinese, Japanese, the teacher of English for adults,
— social sciences.
— business: marketing, advertizing, travel business, accounts department, commercial right, economy, international business, information technologies, marketing
— information technologies.
— health care: care of people, applied psychology, stomatology, laboratory assistant, treatment of diseases of feet, obstetrics, medical nurse business, physical therapy, production therapy,
— sport and rest,
Natural-science and engineering faculties:
— engineering: electrotechnology, engineering,
— natural sciences: applied sciences, medicine.