Yokoama International Education Academy

Yokoama International Education Academy

The Yokohama International Education Academy has been providing quality Japanese language education for over 30 years in the city of Yokohama. Our experience and expertise allow us to evolve with the times and ensure our service constantly meets the expectations of our students and the global community. Yokohama is a prominent and energetic city attracting tourists and businesses alike. It is situated within the greater Tokyo metropolitan area yet manages to maintain its quiet charm as an international port city. In this marvelous environment, thousands of students have completed their studies and went on to follow their dreams.

University of Otago Language Centre

University of Otago Language Centre

The University of Otago has a rich history dating back to its founding in 1869 by Scottish settlers who placed a high value on education.

 

University Of Otago

 

Today, with over 20,000 students spread across its campuses in Dunedin, Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland, and Invercargill, Otago continues to uphold its commitment to academic excellence and research-led learning.

The university’s strong focus on research is complemented by its dedication to providing students with a supportive and enriching learning environment. With a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, Otago offers students the opportunity to pursue their passions and shape their own academic journey.

At Otago, students learn from internationally recognized academic staff who are not only dedicated teachers but also active researchers collaborating on global issues. The university’s commitment to partnership with tangata whenua (indigenous people) and the importance of te ao Māori (the Māori world) is evident in its new tohu (symbol) and ikoa Māori (Māori name), which reflect Otago’s groundbreaking achievements in education and research.

The University of Otago’s governance structure ensures effective management and oversight, with the Council serving as the supreme governing body, advised by the Senate on academic matters. The university’s coat of arms, granted in 1948, symbolizes its commitment to wisdom and knowledge.

With campuses in major centers throughout New Zealand, including Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington, and Auckland, Otago provides students with access to world-class facilities and resources. From the historic Dunedin campus, home to the country’s only dental school, to the modern facilities in Wellington and Christchurch, Otago offers a diverse range of programs and opportunities.

Dunedin Campus

University Of Otago

Beyond academics, the University prides itself on its vibrant student life, with a wide range of accommodation options, student clubs, and support services available. The university’s commitment to sustainability, social impact, and student satisfaction is reflected in its Fair Trade status, student-driven volunteer programs, and high levels of student satisfaction.

Overall, the University of Otago stands as a leader in New Zealand’s higher education landscape, offering students an unmatched academic experience and a pathway to success in their chosen fields.