Welcome to Carey
Interested in studying at Carey? We warmly welcome international students to our community. With teaching staff from both New Zealand and around the world, accredited programmes, robust research, a diverse student body, and a central location in our beautiful country, you will quickly feel at home as you learn, grow and become transformed for the sake of Jesus and his ministry. We offer a range of full-time programmes from Certificate through to Masters level.
Your place for information on life as an international student in New Zealand. Suggestions to help you find your way, connect with and explore your new home.
Code of Practice
In accordance with the Education and Training Act 2020 Carey observes and is bound by the Education (Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice 2016.
International applicants should familiarise themselves with all admission regulations (including English language requirements).
Fees and Costs
Information on the cost of study at Carey for international students including tuition fees, course related costs, and other miscellaneous study costs.
Student Complaints Procedure
Carey has systems and processes in place for addressing your concerns or complaints. We aim to provide the best possible solution for resolving complaints as soon as possible, in an amicable manner which will benefit the interests of everyone involved.
Read Carey’s Complaints ProcedureRead NZQA’s Complaints Procedure
“Carey’s supportive learning environment is the best experience. My faith has grown so profoundly. It is a beautiful place to be in and I love how Carey has been able to create a space that allows my Pasifika brothers and sisters to feel at home.”
– Sela Havili, Graduate, Bachelor of Applied Theology
“At Carey we believe that the God of mission is at work in the world by the Spirit to renew people and places in Christ. Our calling is to equip Christian leaders with the convictions, competencies, and capacity to participate in that mission, bringing gospel renewal in churches and communities across Aotearoa and around the world.”
– John Tucker, Principal