University partners

Progress to a top university in New Zealand

Your route to the best universities in New Zealand

Taylors College Auckland partners with The University of Auckland, AUT University and Massey University. The Auckland Foundation Year is your route to degree success at some of the country's leading universities, as it will provide you with the academic knowledge, study skills and English language ability you need. When you successfully complete the Auckland Foundation Year you are guaranteed a place at one of our partner universities, subject to meeting the university’s entry requirements.

The University of Auckland is the best university in New Zealand for research and academic reputation. The University is ranked 82nd in the World University Rankings 2018 and is a QS Five Stars Plus Institution.

AUT focuses on innovative research in leading specialisms. Biotechnology, artificial intelligence and nutrition are some of the research areas that make AUT an excellent university to choose for students who enjoy cutting-edge science and research.

Massey University is a leading New Zealand university with a wide range of specialisms including art, physics, sport science and veterinary sciences. Massey University has $3m worth of scholarships available and over 100 degrees to choose from.

University of Auckland

University of Auckland

The University of Auckland is New Zealand's highest ranked university. Ranked 82nd in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2018.

Massey University

Massey University

Ranked in the top 1.3% of universities worldwide. Massey University is highly rated in many subjects including engineering, veterinary science, visual arts and biological sciences.

AUT University

AUT university

AUT University is New Zealand’s second largest and fastest growing university. AUT is recognised for excellence in teaching and research. 

Auckland Foundation Year student Haohao

"I now go to Auckland University and without doing the Taylors programme first I would not have been able to get used to studying at university so quickly. All the teachers were very helpful and willing to help students in many ways. They were supportive, warm hearted, intelligent and had a sense of humour. I still sometimes ask my teachers questions about what I study in university and they are very happy to help me."

Haohao from China, now studying at University of Auckland