Selwyn College is a middle sized co-educational and multicultural secondary school with excellent academic standards.
Here are good reasons we think you may like to know to attend Selwyn College:
- for the chance to achieve high levels of academic success
- to attend a friendly co-educational (girls and boys) multi-cultural school
- to live with a host family in one of the most beautiful and scenic parts of Auckland, close to beaches and a variety of water sports
- to experience the relaxed atmosphere that exists between students and teaching staff, and make friends with Kiwi students, at Selwyn College
- to benefit from excellent ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes that will prepare you for exams in English language
- the College does not have a school uniform for Year 12 and 13 students
- to follow an interest in Maori culture and history by becoming involved in activities on the nearby Orakei Marae
- to take part in specialist classes for the performing arts (Music, Drama and Dance) or visual arts (Art, Design, Photography)
- to have the care and support of the International Students’ staff and teachers
- to join in a wide ranging programme of sports through the year
- live in an area close to “Downtown” Auckland, just 20 minutes away by bus
Selwyn Colleges enrolls international students who plan to complete a NZ secondary school qualification to obtain university entrance and enter tertiary study in NZ or other English speaking countries. Selwyn College also enrolls students who wish to spend a shorter time in NZ and are looking more for a social, cultural, and language experience, as well as furthering their education.
Selwyn College is a medium sized (approx. 800 students) co-educational (girls and boys) state secondary school in Auckland.
Students are able to apply to enrol at Selwyn College through firms (agents) accredited to the school that specialise in providing places at schools in NZ, or they can apply directly to the College. More information on applying is available from the College. You can communicate at any time with Julia Cornthwaite in the International Office.
203 Kohimarama Road, kohimarama, Auckland