Victoria University of Wellington

Public University

Wellington, New Zealand

The college was established as the Victoria University of Wellington in 1897, in the city of Wellington, in New Zealand. The university is named after the Queen Victoria. Victoria University of Wellington was established by an act of parliament as the constituent college of the University of New Zea Read more


Highlights of Victoria University of Wellington

  • Currently, there are 1,050 faculty members employed at this university.
  • The university has a female-male ration of 14:11.
  • Currently, this university is ranked at 215th place by the QS World University Rankings.
  • The university has over 9 schools and faculties in the campus.
  • The university has around 10 research institutes.
  • International students make up 21% of the total student population of the university.
  • Famous Alumni
    Conrad Smith

    Former All Black

    Ian Ferguson

    Olympic Medal winning kayaker

    Rod Drury


    Gareth Morgan

    Economist and Philanthropist

    Bernice Mene

    Educator and Former Silver Fern Captain

    Justice Joseph Williams

    High court Judge since 2008

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