International study programmes

Find your pathway programme

At Taylors College Auckland you can find your perfect university pathway. We offer the Auckland Foundation Year programme, providing a direct route to study at a top New Zealand university. The Auckland Foundation Year is a comprehensive university preparation programme that guarantees a place at one of our three partner universities when you successfully complete the programme.

We also offer an English Language Preparation Programme for international students who wish to join the Auckland Foundation Year but do not meet the English language requirements.

If you do not meet the English language or academic requirements for the Auckland Foundation Year, we can help you on a six-month programme called the Pre-Foundation Programme. This programme will introduce you to the core subjects offered at foundation level and help you improve your English skills.

Our courses have been specially designed for international students to make sure you receive the best start to your education in New Zealand.

For more information please contact us. You can use our online enquiry form to contact one of our Student Enrolment Officers who will quickly reply by email or phone.

The Auckland Foundation Year 

Auckland Foundation Year students in a biology class

The Auckland Foundation Year prepares you to enter one of our three partner universities in New Zealand.

Pre-Foundation Programme 

Auckland Foundation Year students in a chemistry class

You’ll study a range of subjects to prepare you for studying the Auckland Foundation Year. 

English Language Preparation

Auckland Foundation Year student Sam

Develop your English language skills to meet the entry requirements for the Auckland Foundation Year. 

Auckland Foundation Year student Benjamin

"If I hadn’t come to Taylors, I might not have been able to adjust to the stress of going straight to University. I also would not have enough time to adjust to the life in New Zealand and the stress of uni alone. University would be a lot harder without going to Taylors College."

Benjamin from Phillippines