The easiest way to make an application is online – Click the link below to get redirected to our online application form
Otherwise you can download the documents below if you want to apply using a paper version
From 1st October 2019, you msust have a visa or NZeTA (Electronic Travel Authority) to travel to New Zealand.
See here for more information https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/about-visa/nzeta
Please visit the Immigration New Zealand website for information on visa requirements for different nationalities.
You may study up to 12 weeks on a visitor visa, and you are able to study either full time or part time.
For more information on NZ visas, visit NZ Study Work
You may work if you have a Working Holiday Visa or a Student Visa under certain conditions.
Because the Campbell Institute is a Category 1 Provider as recognised by NZQA, students studying full time for 14+ weeks at Campbell are entitled to work up to 20 hours/ week.
For more information on work rights for students, visit NZ Study Work.
We offer two types of accommodation; homestay and apartment accommodation. In homestays you have your own room and live with homestay hosts in their homes. In apartment accommodation you have your own room and bathroom, and share a kitchen with other students and travellers.
Our homestay hosts range from individuals and couples to families with children, and most homestays live on average 30 minutes from the school using public transport. If you have any particular food requirements or allergies (e.g. to cats or dogs), please let us know so that we can place you with appropriate hosts.
There is a good public transport system in Wellington and we only use homestays who live within walking distance of a bus stop or train station. Homestays are usually located on average 30 minutes from the school using public transport.
We offer a full board homestay option with 3 meals per day. The host will prepare a cooked dinner for you every evening, and provide you with food for breakfast and lunch.
We place students at Capital Accommodation apartments. The rooms at Capital are generally ensuites, with basic cooking facilities in the room (a microwave, fridge and bench). There are also shared kitchens with ovens and shared laundry facilities.
For more information about Capital Accommodation, click here
Yes. Our airport pick up service is an optional extra that you can request when you submit your application to study with us.
Our preferred way for students to pay their fees is through Pay to Study. Pay to Study is specifically designed for students to pay their fees internationally. It does not charge international bank transfer fees and is usually faster than international bank transfers. All the necessary information to make a payment will be included on your invoice from the school, but for more information about Pay to Study, please see the Pay to Study website
You can also pay using credit card. Note that there is a surcharge for credit card payments.
A. Campbell uses English levels that correspond with reference levels from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR):
Unfortunately, we can’t always guarantee that we will run a ‘Beginner’ class. To study at Campbell, a student needs to know a little bit of English:
Our maximum class size is 18 for all programmes at either campus. Typically our class sizes are between 10 and 14 students.