Taylors College Auckland

Based in Auckland, Taylors College has a proven track record in successfully providing pathways for students to study at the best tertiary institutions in New Zealand.

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A leading education provider in New Zealand

Study Group NZ Limited trading as Taylors College offers an extensive choice of subjects through a variety of programmes including the English Language Preparation (ELP) and the Pre-foundation programme. Study Group NZ Limited trading as Taylors College also delivers the Foundation Studies Certificate, owned by the University of Auckland.

Foundation Studies Certificate

University of Auckland’s Foundation Studies Certificate is a comprehensive university preparation programme tailored to international students looking to progress to the University of Auckland. Delivered at Taylors College Auckland in a modern learning environment in the centre of the city, students are provided with all the academic, technical and pastoral support they need to succeed at university in New Zealand.

Delivered by Taylors College Auckland on behalf of the University of Auckland, the Foundation Studies Certificate is designed to facilitate a smooth transition for international students into their chosen Bachelor programmes.

Successful Foundation Studies Certificate graduates can progress into their degree study at the University of Auckland. This foundation qualification will also be recognised by all other New Zealand universities.

Pre-Foundation and the English Language Preparation

The Pre-Foundation and the English Language Preparation programmes are for students who do not meet the academic or English entry requirements for University of Auckland’s Foundation Studies Certificate, and need to improve their English language skills. These programmes are registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) and will continue to be offered by Study Group NZ Limited trading as Taylors College.

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94% of Auckland Foundation Year graduates were given offers of a place to New Zealand or Australian universities