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Why study digital design in New Zealand?

Digital design students work collaboratively on group projects under expert leadership. They also network with world-leading innovators – people that students wouldn’t usually get the chance to meet.

Study digital design in New Zealand and you’ll gain skills, qualifications and experience that will make you in demand on the global job market. You’ll also have the capability skills – such as English language proficiency, leadership, communications, creative thinking and problem-solving – graduates need to stay at the top of the fast-moving design industry.

Digital design students work in close-knit, high-performing teams while they’re studying, just like they would in the workplace. But it’s not all work – there’s also time to explore New Zealand and discover the extraordinary landscapes captured in filmmaker Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies.

New Zealand is a land of outdoor sports, wilderness adventures and incredible travel experiences, but we also have cosmopolitan cities with great restaurants, music, arts and shopping. You’ll be given a warm welcome in our safe, multicultural and friendly communities.

Working while studying can be a good way to gain New Zealand work experience and help support you while you’re studying abroad.

Student visa holders may be able to work up to 20 hours per week and full-time during scheduled holidays, depending on their programme of study. Masters by research or PhD students may work full-time throughout their studies.

You can study up to three consecutive programmes over five years on a single Pathway Student Visa.

Find out more about working while studying on Immigration New Zealand’s Study + Work website.

Digital design students work collaboratively on group projects under expert leadership. They also network with world-leading innovators – people that students wouldn’t usually get the chance to meet.

Study digital design in New Zealand and you’ll gain skills, qualifications and experience that will make you in demand on the global job market. You’ll also have the capability skills – such as English language proficiency, leadership, communications, creative thinking and problem-solving – graduates need to stay at the top of the fast-moving design industry.