At 37 degrees south latitude, on the north island, Auckland is situated on a strait that separates two natural ports: the port of Manukau, open to the Tasman Sea to the west and Waitemata, which opens to the Gulf of Hauraki from the Pacific Ocean to the east.
Auckland has a hot-temperate climate with hot, humid summers and mild, moist winters.The average daily maximum temperature is 23.7 ° C in February and 10.5 ° C in July.
1,5 Million inhabitants
Queenstown, Wellington, Christchurch, Rotorua
Auckland or rarely, Auclanda (Maori: Tāmaki – makau-rau) is the largest city in New Zealand. Although Wellington is the New Zealand capital, Auckland is New Zealand’s main financial and economic hub. With a population estimated at 1 413 700 inhabitants, Auckland holds about 31% of the country’s population.
Auckland has amazing positive aspects which make studying here a great opportunity. One is their climate, which is mild all year round and allows a great outdoors lifestyle which is one of the number one attractions. In addition New Zealand and Christchurch in particular has good job opportunities which make life easier as a International student.
Being based in New Zeland allows for amazing domestic travel opportunities in a country regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world. In addition to this New Zealand boost opportunites to Surf, Snowboard, amazing hiking opportunities and camping. The landscape is breathtaking and for this reason it is a very inspiring place to live and study as an International student.
Auckland is currently in a good position regarding the quality of life, being listed among the 215 largest cities in the world. In 2006, Auckland ranked 23rd in the list of the world’s richest cities so it is a City with great opportunity.