Waikato Pathways College
Waikato Pathways College is your route to the University of Waikato. Our programmes are designed specifically for international students to ensure you get the best start to your studies at the University.
Our Foundation Studies programme provides comprehensive university preparation, helping you to develop your subject knowledge and the core study skills you need to begin your degree. Successful completion of the Foundation Studies programme will guarantee you entry to most undergraduate degrees at the University of Waikato.
The Academic English programme offers a number of flexible study options to help improve your English language skills in order to study at the University of Waikato. Successful completion will guarantee entry to the Foundation Studies programme or most degree programmes.
The General English programme is designed for international students who wish to improve their everyday English and is suitable for students preparing to enter the Academic English programme. The programme includes core language and vocabulary skills, fluency and accuracy in listening, speaking, reading and writing.
If you have completed a New Zealand secondary school qualification but do not initially meet the entry requirements for your preferred undergraduate degree at a New Zealand university, you can apply for the Certificate of University Preparation (CUP) programme. Find out more.
Courses will be delivered by Study Group NZ Limited on behalf of the University of Waikato
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The programme offers guaranteed entry to most University of Waikato undergraduate degrees
Designed for students to improve their English language skills to study an academic course
This programme is suitable for students preparing to enter the Academic English programme
The International Group programme offers groups of visitors the opportunity to discover more about New Zealand’s culture, whilst developing their English langauge skills.
Discover the degree programmes available to students who have completed their studies at Waikato Pathways College