Study food science and nutrition at the University of Otago in Dunedin, located on New Zealand's South Island. This program is administered by College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences. Applications are processed by the Learning Abroad Center.
The program will examine how social and environmental factors are shaping political and ecological dimensions of identity and culture in New Zealand, and how New Zealanders from many different backgrounds are envisioning and creating a shared future in New Zealand/Aotearoa, the "Land of the Long White Cloud."
Why does the United States still rank poorly in gender equality and leadership in business? Why are countries like New Zealand, Iceland and Rwanda achieving much better results? We will examine equality, leadership and global differences through a look back at history, read current case studies, learn through guest lecturers relevant to the field and take time to discuss and reflect.
Explore the varied geography of this relatively small country and experience natural beauty, outdoor adventure and a unique culture. Check the IFSA New Zealand programs website for specific eligibility requirements and program features.
Study at a diverse, urban university with a reputation for excellence in the sciences, engineering and research in Auckland, New Zealand's largest city.
Participate in student life at one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the southern hemisphere in the popular town of Dunedin, New Zealand's "college town."
Take advantage of all this vibrant capital city and university have to offer. Wellington's arts scene and diversity provide a unique environment for you to take advantage of the wide offerings of this well-known university.