Education Website Listings

Education is so important to our society, and New Zealand is fortunate to have a range of different educational institutions covering many different levels. Early childhood creches and preschools will get kids off to the right start, and learning can be pursued all the way through high school and on to tertiary and vocational training. There are also a number of facilities for adult learners.

Massey University

The main homepage for Massey University. A forward thinking, research-led teaching facility divided into five colleges; Creative Arts, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sciences and Business.  With campuses in Palmerston North, Albany in Auckland, and Wellington, as well as distance education options.

Phone: 0800 627 739


An online Maths education website designed for New Zealand children.  Providing engaging and rewarding curriculum support for mathematics from preschool to Year 12 level.  Accessible any where, with the ability to track progress and assign activities.  Encouraging independent learning.

Phone: 0800 375 327

Address: 62 Paul Matthews Drive, North Harbour, Auckland

New Zealand Qualifications-Authority

NZQA co-ordinates qualifications in secondary schools and in post-school education and training and maintains national standards.  NZQA is in charge of overseeing and developing qualifications in NZ, monitoring quality and consistency. NZQA provides support and guidelines for institutes and schools.

Phone: 0800 697 296

Address: 125 The Terrace, Wellington 6011


School website and learning management system.  Spike@School makes it easy for you to maintain and edit your school website.  Designed to allow schools to delegate website administration to their staff and students.  

Phone: 0508 77 44 77

Address: 89 Church Road, Pukete, Hamilton 3200


A service for the Ministry of Social Development.  Working in partnership with education providers, other government agencies and student representatives to ensure that students get the finance they need to so they can complete tertiary study.

Phone: 0800 88 99 00

Te Ara The Encyclopedia of New Zealand

A comprehensive online guide to New Zealand’s peoples, natural environment, history, culture, economy, society and more.  Established by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and contributed to by members of the public.  Browse the information online, read the blog or sign-up to the newsletter to keep up to date with new content, articles and resources.

Phone: 04 499 4229

Address: PO Box 5364, Wellington 6145

University Of Auckland

New Zealand largest university, established in 1883, with four specialist campuses, and eight faculties bringing together related disciplines for the purposes of teaching and research..  Recognised for excellence in teaching, learning, research and creative work.  Offering a world ranked premier research facility.

Phone: 0800 61 62 63

University of Otago

University located in Dunedin, the oldest in New Zealand, founded in 1869.  With an international reputation in quality teaching and research.  Offering four key divisions or schools; Business, Health Sciences, Humanities and Science.  There are also distance learning, exchange and summer school learning options.

Phone: 0800 80 80 98

Address: 362 Leith Street, Dunedin 9016