Victoria University of Wellington, originally known as Victoria College, was founded in 1897, the year of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
This guide provides information about the halls of residence for Victoria University of Wellington students, including brief details about other accommodation.
Victoria University of Wellington’s Annual Report provides an overview of financial performance and a look back on the highlights of the year.
Architecture and Design Innovation Postgraduate Handbook
This handbook provides practical information on postgraduate degrees and programmes offered by the Wellington Faculty of Architecture and Design Innovation.
Victoria University of Wellington is characterised by the depth, consistency, and effectiveness of our culture of domestic and international engagement. Our commitment to reciprocal, high-quality relationships springs from identifying and understanding the need for New Zealand to achieve sustainable development.
We have developed close ties with a wide range of businesses and government organisations, and several recent initiatives are aimed at improving the University’s engagement with industry.
The University's historic strength in public policy has been fully demonstrated by substantial contributions to major government projects, and entrepreneurship education is an emerging strength on which we intend to build. The University also gives high priority to engagement with Māori and Pacific communities.
We aim to produce graduates whose learning has been developed inside and outside of the classroom, experientially, and informed by a global perspective.
Victoria University of Wellington is one of New Zealand’s oldest and most prestigious tertiary institutions with a proud tradition of academic excellence. Discover more about our 115 years of rich history.