Huanui College welcomes International Students as part of our school community. International Students enhance the learning environment of our school and provide a valuable cultural student mix.
At Huanui College, Tracey McNamara can assist with the application process. Students participate in a comprehensive orientation programme including; school expectations, environment, and pastoral care provision at the school.
International students are integrated into regular classes across Years 7 to 13 and, where appropriate, receive extra support in identified subject areas.
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A variety of homestay accommodation can be organised through the school or, if living in a self-appointed homestay, details of those arrangements must be provided to Huanui College. There is also a licensed hostel available for international student accommodation. Details of the hostel can be obtained from the school. All homestay and hostel accommodation is monitored by the Huanui College International Director in accordance with the Code. Costs of accommodation are varied and can be obtained from the International Director. Please contact the school for further details.
Huanui College has been accepted as a signatory and has agreed to observe and be bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students, published by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. Copies of the Code are available on request from the school or from the NZQA website.
To apply, please use the online application form, or, please contact the school and an application form will be sent out to you. The completed application form needs to include the following: a photocopy of the student’s passport, a copy of the student’s birth certificate, copies of school reports, references, and certificates from their current school. Students need to supply evidence of all prior learning in its original non-translated format.
On acceptance and in consultation with the student, students are placed at an appropriate academic level. This placement is determined by the student’s academic ability, course content previously covered, and age.
Students are accepted for enrolment following an an interview and an assessment of the following categories:
Huanui College follows the Cambridge International Examinations programme (CIE). This is an internationally recognised qualification and is acceptable to Universities worldwide. Please visit the CIE website for further details.
Please contact the school for information regarding fees.
International Tuition Fees do NOT cover the cost of:
Approximate uniform costs are as follows:
To study at Huanui College, all international students must have a valid student visa. For full details of visa requirements and advice on rights to employment whilst studying in New Zealand, please go to New Zealand Immigration Service.
Please contact us for an application form, details of fees, and other information about our school and region.
Phone: 0064 (9) 459 1930 or email Tracey at email@example.com
This course handbook outlines, for students and parents, the courses of study available to students in Year 7 to Year 13 – click here to read more about the courses we have to offer.