EducationUSA NZ provides unbiased, current and comprehensive information for Samoans and New Zealanders on educational opportunities in the U.S.
The Center in Auckland, New Zealand, offers general advising to prospective international students interested in higher education in the U.S. The Center’s education advisor can come to schools to talk about study in the U.S. and help school careers advisors with queries. Our small resource library has a collection of reference materials for students. The resources are free and available during office hours, by appointment only.
You will find more information about student visas at TRAVEL.STATE.GOV.
The Education Advisor cannot assist with any visa related, or otherwise Consular, matter. For assistance in these areas, please refer to the Consular pages of this site, or call the Visa Information Service.
Whether you plan to pursue a short-term or full degree program in the United States, EducationUSA has the resources you need in ‘Your Five Steps to U.S. Study’, including:
- Researching your options
- Financing your studies
- Completing your application
- Applying for your student visa
- Preparing for your departure
The following documents have been formatted for you to download and print:
- Key Points for students, parents, and high school counselors (PDF 289 KB)
- Useful websites (PDF 267 KB)
- Standardized Testing (PDF 182 KB)
- Sports Scholarships (PDF 523 KB)
If you are interested in a cultural exchange program, please visit the State Department Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Fulbright New Zealand
Fulbright New Zealand offers a range of awards for students with a four-year tertiary qualification who show academic excellence, leadership potential and the ability to be cultural ambassadors for New Zealand. Grantees can undertake study or research in any field of study at the U.S. institution of their choice.
Fulbright New Zealand also operates an EducationUSA Advising Center at its office in Wellington. Visit fulbright.org.nz for more details.