Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND

Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
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Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
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Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Naku te rourou nau te rourou ka ora ai te iwi
(with your basket and my basket the people will live)

A leader in learning for 150 years, Dunedin is famous for its student
culture and friendliness.
Dunedin is a compact, student city which offers unique learning experiences – inside and
outside the classroom.

From world-class higher degrees, to improving your English language, our safe and
welcoming community makes Dunedin the perfect city for students.

Being educated in Dunedin will produce a well-rounded Global Citizen ready to succeed
in any environment.

Come share the adventure with us.


Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
    Ki uta ki tai (from the mountains to the sea)

    Dunedin - one of the world’s great small cities. A melting pot of
    culture, heritage, wildlife and outdoor activities, Dunedin is a great
    place to explore when you are taking a break from study.
    Lovers of indoor and outdoor activities are spoilt for choice. Natural scenic beauty provides
    the perfect backdrop for a world of recreational activities in Dunedin and its surrounding
    region – nature and bush walks, harbour cruises and sporting events to name a few. For
    indoor activities the city has world class museums and galleries, plenty of live local music
    as well as boutique shopping options.

    If you are excited about attending events and festivals there are plenty to choose from all
    year round, from the Thieves Alley Market Day to the spectacular Mid-Winter Carnival,
    there’s something for everyone. If Street Art and a sophisticated café culture are your
    thing then Dunedin excels in this space!

    Jump online at to find out more.

Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
    Ki uta ki tai (from the mountains to the sea)

    Dunedin is a gateway to the Otago region, offering many
    recreational opportunities beyond the city, be it skiing, walking,
    biking and exploring the rich history of the area.
    Most destinations in Otago are only 3-4 hour’s drive from Dunedin. The region experiences
    all four seasons during the year and, depending on timing, education institutions will
    provide opportunities for trips that include a range of activities related to each season.

Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND


Photos courtesy of Education New Zealand

Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
    at Dunedin Higher Education
    Dunedin’s world-leading higher education institutions make the city a first-class study
    destination and a global source of knowledge and research.
    With a wide range of study opportunities, and New Zealand’s strongest and most affordable
    student learning environment, Dunedin offers the very best in higher education at all levels.
    The study is career-focused and Dunedin graduates are work-ready.

    p8    Otago Polytechnic

    p10   Signal ICT Grad School

    p12   University of Otago

Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
Study in Dunedin NEW ZEALAND

    Otago Polytechnic is proud to be a leader in high-quality, career-focused
    education with some of the best student achievement and satisfaction results in
    New Zealand.

    Employers love our graduates because they are work-ready, confident and solution-focused.

    We offer more than 150 programmes of learning (ranging from certificates to postgraduate qualifications,
    including a doctorate) and have approximately 9,200+ students on campuses in Dunedin, Cromwell in
    Central Otago, and Auckland.

    We have been given the highest possible quality ratings from Government and are proud of our teaching
    excellence; in the past 15 years, 20 of our teachers have won National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards.

    In addition, international study abroad and exchange opportunities enable our students – and those from
    partner institutions – to broaden their cultural experience and gain global understandings.

    We believe our people make a better world and our alumni are global citizens who care about making a
    difference. We are committed to sustainability and are working towards
    a sustainable future for ourselves and future generations.

CONTACT DETAILS                                            
Otago Polytechnic
Forth Street, Private Bag 1910, Dunedin
New Zealand
Within New Zealand: 0800 762 786
International: +64 3 477 3014

ABOUT US                                                             STUDENT SERVICES AND FACILITIES                                      
•     1st in New Zealand for course completions*                     • International student advisors
•     97% of our graduates are in work or further study**            • Tailored international student orientation
•     3 campuses                                                     • 20+ student ambassadors – current students happy to
•     43 degrees/postgraduate programmes                               talk to those thinking of studying with us
•     20 New Zealand teaching excellence awards                      • Learning Advisors
•     1: 16 teacher to student ratio (small class sizes)             • Full on-campus library facilities
•     20+ dedicated support staff                                    • Health services (Student Health centre, Counselling,
•     80+ international exchange partners                              Chaplain)
•     24 ways to make you more employable – our Learner              • Disability support
      Capability Framework identifies the transferable skills        • Career services
      employers value, and helps you continue to develop them        • Otago Polytechnic Students’ Association (OPSA)
    *Source: Tertiary Education Commission Educational Performance     – run by students, for students
     Report (2017)                                                   • Clubs and societies
**Source: Otago Polytechnic Graduate Destination Survey (2018)       • Gymnasium & sports grounds
DUNEDIN CAMPUS                                                       ACCOMMODATION
•     Right in the heart of the education and student district
                                                                     • Te Pā Tauira – Otago Polytechnic’s on-campus
•     Easy walking distance to the centre of town                      Student Village
•     Close to shopping, restaurants, cafes, museums                 • Accommodation services
•     Close to gymnasiums and sports grounds                         • Homestay
•     Close to the Forsyth Barr Stadium – music, events, sport       • Flatting
•     Library on-site                                                • Studio and hostel accommodation
•     On-campus cafes and social areas
•     On-campus student accommodation                                RELIGIOUS FACILITIES ON SITE
                                                                     • Chaplain
MAJOR AREAS OF STUDY                                                 • Close to a range of churches                                                   • Close to Dunedin’s mosque
Agriculture; arboriculture; architectural studies; art;
automotive; business; beauty therapy; brewing; construction;         FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
cookery; culinary arts; design; early childhood education;
engineering; English language; food design; hairdressing;              EDUCATION FEES
horticulture; hospitality; hotel management; information
technology; leadership for change; massage therapy;                    Tuition per year                 $18,000 - $28,000
midwifery; nursing; occupational therapy; outdoor                                                       (approx.)
adventure; personal training; photographic media arts;                 Tuition per week –               $400
snowsports; social services; sport, exercise and health;               special programme
sports turf management; stonemasonry; tertiary                         (i.e. English language)
education; tourism; veterinary nursing; viticulture                    ACCOMMODATION COSTS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMES                                            Contact for more details
• New Zealand Certificate in English Language (from                  APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
  Level 2 – Level 5)                                                 • Students can apply via our website
• English language summer school                                     • We recommend that students apply at least three
• English language support classes and Learning Advisors               months before the start of the programme

     Established in 2017 to provide industry-focused
     postgraduate study options, SIGNAL ICT Graduate
     School has successfully transitioned dozens of
     graduates from any discipline, into new careers within
     New Zealand’s fast-growing technology sector.

     As NZ’s third largest industry crossing into almost
     every sector imaginable, from health and food
     production, to education and entertainment, tech is
     the future – and SIGNAL can help you be part of it.

     ‘SHIFT’ is an innovative one-year programme that combines the
     academic depth and quality of our five partner institutions. Real-world
     tech industry experience is gained through collaborative group projects
     and by completing individual internships within local organisations.
     This industry partnership ensures that graduates are well connected
     with local employers, and also have the skills, experience and
     adaptability that is in demand in NZ right now.

     For international students, ‘SHIFT’ offers an innovative and immersive
     studio-based programme taught out of the SIGNAL site in Dunedin’s
     progressive Warehouse Precinct amongst some of NZ’s most innovative
     and successful tech companies. The opportunity to meet and work with
     these companies greatly enhances graduate employment opportunities.

     Graduates have come from fields as diverse as medicine, engineering,
     international business, arts and humanities, sciences and more, and
     entered new roles where this previous knowledge and experience is
     highly valued.

     Lois Li (pictured) gained an English Literature degree in China before
     moving to NZ. She completed ‘SHIFT’ in 2019, and is now a capable
     full-stack software developer.

     “I chose to study at SIGNAL because of
      the opportunity to work on real-world
      projects, and I like the philosophy of
     ‘learning-by-doing’ and the ‘seeing-big-
      picture-first’ approach.”
     LOIS LI

CONTACT DETAILS                                          
                                                                   Linkedin: school:SIGNAL (South Island ICT Grad School)
123 Vogel St, Dunedin
                                                                   Instagram: @signalictgradschool
Phone 0800 990 024 or + 64 27 561 4120

PROGRAMME DETAILS                                                  ACCOMMODATION
An innovative industry-focused programme, ‘SHIFT’ is               • Accommodation Office
designed to develop tech skills for those who already              • 14 undergraduate Residential Colleges
have a degree - that could be in anything from arts,                 (Halls of Residence)
humanities, business, sciences or engineering, with or
                                                                   • 1 postgraduate Residential College
without a technical element.
As a one year full-time programme, ‘SHIFT’ offers several
pathways, from general software and web development,               SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
to data analysis and visualisation, project management,            •   International and University Orientation programme
systems engineering, digital marketing, robotics, user             •   More than 150 student clubs and societies
experience designer, software tester or network
                                                                   •   International Food Festival
                                                                   •   International Cultural night
‘SHIFT’ includes an ICT Fundamentals module that
introduces the breadth of the IT industry and career
opportunities, frames the professional standards of IT             FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
and industry, and introduces Agile and Design thinking.
Industry visits and guest speakers are an integral part of             EDUCATION FEES
this first course.
                                                                       Tuition per year:                $30,000-32,000
Then participants will work in small teams on real world
inspired problems in a variety of different roles, in a                ACCOMMODATION COSTS
project-based collaborative learning environment
                                                                       Hall of Residence (average)      $18,745 per year
Seminars and workshops with academics, domain and
                                                                       Flatting                         $15,220 - $20,436
industry experts will provide deep learning in technical
                                                                                                        per year
skills areas and also many of the essential skills related to
communication, teamwork and innovation. Reflection                     OTHER FEES
throughout ‘SHIFT’ encourages students to think about
the direction they want to take in IT.                                 Medical and Travel Insurance     $620
In the second half of SHIFT, students undertake an
Industry project, placement or internship and can take
                                                                   APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
two specialist courses from any of the five SIGNAL
partner institutions: Ara Institute of Canterbury, Lincoln         Further information is available at
University, Otago Polytechnic, the University of                   Students should contact the SIGNAL liaison on
Canterbury and the University of Otago.                   to enrol.
SHIFT is taught out of the purpose built SIGNAL site in            No application fee.
the Warehouse Precinct in Dunedin. SHIFT is also
taught at SIGNAL’s Christchurch site.
* For students with no ICT background a bootcamp-style course is
offered as preparation for SHIFT.

This is a Diploma for Graduates endorsed in ICT
(Information and Communications Technology)
available to graduates from any sector. The qualification
is awarded by the University of Otago.

• University of Otago Language Centre
• English for Otago programme


     Welcome to the University of Otago – ranked in the top 1% of universities in
     the world and awarded 5 stars plus – the highest-possible rating for teaching
     and research (QS World University Rankings and QS Stars Rating).

     After 150 years we are New Zealand’s oldest university, are ranked 176th in the world and we’re still
     leading the way when it comes to world-class research led teaching and a legendary student lifestyle –
     the two core elements that set the University of Otago apart, and the reason students from across the
     country and international students from 100 countries choose us for their tertiary education.

     We are New Zealand’s leading postgraduate research university and have earned an international
     reputation for the quality of our research and training.

     Most study takes place at our campus in Dunedin, a safe city where education is the main activity.
     Dunedin is the only true university city in New Zealand and Australia.

CONTACT DETAILS                                  
University of Otago
PO Box 56, Dunedin 9054
                                                           Wechat ID: otagonz
Phone +64 3 479 7000
Enquire now

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES                                        ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMES
In the 2019 QS World Rankings, Otago placed in the         • University of Otago Language Centre
top 100 Universities in 14 subject areas including         • English for Otago programme
Archaeology, Development Studies., Education,
Geography, Physiology, Dentistry, Earth and Marine
Sciences, and sports-related subjects.                     ACCOMMODATION
Otago offers over 200 undergraduate and postgraduate       • accommodation Office
programmes. We are home to New Zealand’s first medical     • 14 undergraduate Residential Colleges
school and New Zealand’s only Schools of Dentistry and       (Halls of Residence)
Surveying. Our internationally accredited Business         • 1 postgraduate Residential College.
School is an Asia-Pacific leader in education and
research, and our arts and humanities are within the top
100 in the world.                                          RELIGIOUS FACILITIES ON SITE
                                                           • prayer rooms
MAJOR AREAS OF STUDY                                       • mosque a block from Campus
As a world-class teaching and research University,         • university Chaplains.
Otago offers a first-class education across a range of
qualifications in Business, Health Sciences, Humanities    SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
and Sciences.
                                                           •   international and university orientation programme
Otago has 12 flagship multidisciplinary research centres
                                                           •   more than 150 student clubs and societies
and 17 research themes with particular teaching and
research strengths across the areas of Applied Sciences,   •   international Food Festival
Accounting and Finance, Biomedical Sciences, Clinical      •   international Cultural night.
Medicine, Dentistry, Earth Sciences, Economics,
Education, English Language and Literature, Food and       FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
Nutrition, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Philosophy, Physics,
Psychology, Public Health, and Tourism.                        EDUCATION FEES
                                                               Tuition per year:
                                                               Undergraduate                               $26,364 - $100,085
Bachelor, Diploma for Graduates, Honours, Postgraduate         Postgraduate                                $27,966 - $102,211
Diploma, Master, PhD                                           PhD                                         NZ Domestic fees

OTAGO AT A GLANCE                                              ACCOMMODATION COSTS
• ranked 176th in the world (QS World Rankings 2019)           Residential College*                        $16,000 - $18,000
• ranked 201-250 in the world (Times Higher World              Flatting                                    $12,000 - $18,000
  Rankings)                                                                                                per year
                                                               * Prices indicative only of what you might expect to pay.
• ranked 34th in the world for Dentistry & 20th for
  sports-related subjects (QS World Rankings 2019)             OTHER FEES
• ranked 94th in the world for life sciences and               Medical and Travel Insurance                $620
  medicine; eight Humanities subject areas are ranked
  in the top 100 internationally (QS World Rankings
                                                           APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
• unmatched record in the National Teaching
  Excellence Awards.                                       • Students can apply online at
• tops all TEC (Tertiary Education Commission)
  performance indicators for the retention of students,    • No application fee
  course and qualification completions, and progression
  to higher study
• global employability 95% of Otago graduates go
  directly into work or further study.
at Dunedin High Schools
Offering a quality high school education since 1871, Dunedin’s schools are dedicated to
helping young students learn and grow in a safe and secure place.
With strong support for English language students, our 12 high schools teach over 40
internationally recognised subjects, encouraging every student to make the most of
their experience in Dunedin.
Providing rewarding pathways to higher learning, Dunedin is the place for a world-class
high school education.

                                                 p16    Bayfield High School

                                                 p18    Columba College

                                                 p20    John McGlashan College

                                                 p22    Kaikorai Valley College

                                                 p24    Kavanagh College

                                                 p26    King’s High School

                                                 p28    Logan Park High School

                                                 p30    Otago Boys’ High School

                                                 p232   Otago Girls’ High School

                                                 p34    Queen’s High School

                                                 p36    St. Hilda’s Collegiate School

                                                 p38    Taieri College


     Sitting on the scenic Otago Peninsula, Bayfield High School has earned a
     reputation for academic excellence. Since 1961, we have consistently achieved
     outstanding results in national examinations, with our students gaining access
     to prestigious universities around the world.

     We are a community-centred school and pride ourselves on offering a wide range of academic, cultural and
     sporting opportunities that challenge and engage each and every student. Focused on helping them to
     develop and reach their potential within a caring and supportive environment, the latest official Education
     Review Office report notes that students at Bayfield: “receive high quality pastoral care” and “value the care
                                                                                                                      Photo courtesy of Education New Zealand

     and attention school personnel provide in responding to their needs.”

     Another of our strengths is the field of performing and visual arts, with our school show an annual highlight,
     while our outdoor education curriculum is one of the strongest in Dunedin.

     The school has extensive playing fields, a new gymnasium, well-resourced classrooms with access to cutting-
     edge information technology equipment, programmes and free internet.

CONTACT DETAILS                                           Ewen Cameron
Bayfield High School                                      Director International Students
Shore Street, Dunedin 9013                      
+64 3 455 0113 extension 4                      
+64 27 316 6347                                 

Category: High School                                     INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT
Years catered: 9-13                                       • Full time ESOL teacher
Ages: 12-19		                                             • Classroom subject support
Number of Students: 560 		                                • Homestay Coordinator and homestay placement
Number of International Students: 46                      • Student support from Student Coordinator
Genders Taught: Male and female                             and Director
                                                          • Access to help 24 hours a day
NCEA, IELTS, Cambridge and TOEFL preparation
                                                          • Homestay
                                                          SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
The school offers a wide ranging academic programme.
We place emphasis on preparing students well for          • March International Trip to Te Anau/Fiordland
tertiary study. Subjects include: English, Mathematics    • April International Trip Lake Tekapo/Mount Cook
with Calculus, Mathematics with Statistics, Biology,      • July/August Various Ski trips to Queenstown
Chemistry, Physics, History, Classical Studies,             or Wanaka
Economics, Accounting, Workshop Technology,
                                                          • Day trips around Dunedin eg Wildlife visit to
Graphics and Design, Computing, Physical Education,
Art History, Music, Art Printmaking, Practical Art, Art
Photography, Alternative English, German, French,         • Various school related activities celebrating
Home Economics, ESOL.                                       various cultures

• Well-resourced classrooms with access to up to date         EDUCATION FEES
  Information Technology Equipment and programmes
• Free Wifi                                                   Tuition per year                $15,000
                                                              Tuition per term                $4,000
• Extensive playing fields
                                                              Tuition two terms               $8,000
• New Gymnasium
                                                              ACCOMMODATION COSTS
• Music suites and practice rooms
• Strong performing and visual arts programmes                Homestay                        $275 per week
• Music and Dance competitions, Art Shows                     OTHER FEES
• Annual school show (2016 Footloose)
                                                              Administration fee              $400
• Outdoor Education Programme
• Sailing Club
• Enviro school (conservation activities)                 APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
• Sports Development programme                            • Please provide details on when or how students
                                                            can apply or enrol
                                                          • Students may enrol at any time
                                                          • Enrolment form can be downloaded from website
                                                   and click on
                                                            International tag
                                                          • Enrolment forms are also available directly from the
                                                            school or from International Student Agents


     Columba College is one of New Zealand’s distinguished schools with a long-
     established tradition of academic excellence and outstanding all-round achievement.

     It is a church school that provides opportunities for personal development in co-curricular programmes
     which equip students to succeed in the world beyond school. Columba College is a day and boarding school
     for girls. International students also contribute cultural diversity and an international dimension to the school.

     Senior girls work towards academic qualifications that prepare them for tertiary education and their future
     careers. Columba College fosters courtesy and consideration for others as well as independence, self-
     discipline and responsibility. The family atmosphere of the school does much to create a sense of belonging
     and to engender a strong and loyal school spirit.

     For International students Columba provides an integrated approach with wrap around support. The girls
     are well looked after in either the Boarding House or Homestay; their welfare is monitored closely, and they
     are provided with all the same resources and learning opportunities as their domestic peers.

CONTACT DETAILS                                              Mrs Sue Medary
Columba College                                    
Private Bag 1911, Dunedin 9010
+64 (0)3 467 5188 ext 833
+64 (0)27 480 2803

GENERAL INFORMATION                                          ACCOMMODATION
Category: Composite School with Boarding Facilities          • Homestay (local)
Years catered: 1-13                                          • Boarding House
Ages: 5-19		                                                 • Designated Care
Number of Students: 595
Number of International Students: 45-50                      RELIGIOUS FACILITIES ON SITE
Genders Taught: Male and female Years 1-6                    • Use of Constance Hall for Chapel services
Female only Years 7-13
                                                             SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
QUALIFICATIONS                                               • International Ski Weekend at Coronet Peak,
NCEA, IGCSE, IELTS, Cambridge ESOL, IBT TOEFL,                 Queenstown
SAT, TOEIC, and Speech New Zealand preparation               • International Week (and International Club) –
                                                               Games, Chapel Day, International Food Day,
SCHOOL FEATURES AND FACILITIES                                 Performances and Costume Day
                                                             • Local outings e.g. Bowling, Ice Skating, University
• The College is situated in a very pleasant hill suburb
  of Dunedin within easy distance of the city centre and
  a five-minute walk to Roslyn village                       • Duke of Edinburgh – Bronze, Silver and Gold Levels
• A supervised Study Room where students can work            • International students’ Term 4 activities and
  during study periods                                         celebrations
• Constance Hall is used for Chapel Services and
  Assemblies as well as performances, concerts and           FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
  Special Services
• The Marsh Sports Centre caters for many sports
                                                               EDUCATION FEES
  and also has a fitness room with specialised fitness         Tuition per year
  equipment                                                    Day Girls Years 7-13             $19,545
• The Careers Office and Careers Advisor are based on          Day Pupils 0-6                   $17,500
  campus supporting students with ongoing study and
  career planning
                                                               ACCOMMODATION COSTS
• Music rooms are available to students for practising a       Homestay
  variety of musical instruments; private on-site lessons      Up to 45 weeks per year          $280 per week
  are also available                                           Homestay placement fee           $300
• Columba is a BYOD School, where all students bring           Boarding house                   $16,900 per year
  a Mac Laptop
                                                             APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMME AND                               • Students may apply in writing at any time to the
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT                                  International Director, Mrs Sue Medary
• The students are “mainstreamed” into class with
  highly-qualified ESOL teachers providing wrap
  around support to assist in their individual language
• Students are assisted with thrice-weekly Homework
  Club in the International Department
• The International Staff consistently liaise closely with
  mainstream teaching staff to ensure all girls are
  achieving as highly as possible.


     John McGlashan College was founded in 1918 and successfully combines its rich
     heritage with an up-to-date educational philosophy. A main characteristic of this
     school is the warmth and vibrancy of its community life, where staff and students
     are friendly and inclusive, enthusiastic and hard-working.

     The school has an excellent reputation for academic achievement, and excels in the creative arts and sport.
     Our examination results demonstrate that the school is placed among the top schools in New Zealand and
     many of our students have won scholarships to national and international universities and gone on to
     careers in various professional fields.

     We are particularly proud of our learning centre and library, gymnasium and large sports field. Since the
     school is situated on the outskirts of Dunedin it is close to open countryside with beautiful views of the
     surrounding hills and its situation on the South Island’s East Coast provides many opportunities for outdoor

     As well as offering the full range of New Zealand qualifications, John McGlashan College is also an
     International Baccalaureate school. It is the only school in the South Island where boys can study this rigorous
     and highly regarded qualification, which is widely recognized around the world.

CONTACT DETAILS                                            Anna Noble
John McGlashan College                                     Director of International Students
2 Pilkington Street                              
Maori Hill                                       
Dunedin 9010
Phone(s) 03 4676620/ 0211637471

GENERAL INFORMATION                                        ACCOMMODATION
Category: Intermediate and High School                     • Homestay
Years catered: 7-13                                        • Boarding residence
Ages: 12-18
Number of Students: 530 		                                 RELIGIOUS FACILITIES ON SITE
Number of International Students: 35                       • Chapel
Genders Taught: Male only
                                                           SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
QUALIFICATIONS                                             •   Outdoor education program
• NCEA Level 1-3                                           •   Extensive sports program
• Scholarship                                              •   Skiing/Snowboarding weekend in Wanaka
• International Baccalaureate (Diploma)                    •   Local activities: ice skating, trampoline park, bowling,
                                                               biking, tours through the University of Otago
CURRICULUM                                                 •   Duke of Edinburgh for Bronze, Silver and Gold level
                                                           •   Language Exchanges abroad for language students to
John McGlashan College is recognized nationally and
                                                               Germany, France, Spain
internationally for its academic excellence and holistic
and innovative approach to educating boys. The school      •   Marae trip
offers a wide range of subjects and pathways through the   •   Kapa Haka group
school and programmes cater for individual needs,          •   Formal for year 12 and 13 at the Otago Museum
interests and career ambitions.

• Situated in one of the best suburbs in Dunedin               EDUCATION FEES
  overlooking the city
• Adjacent to the Balmacewen Golf Course with                  Tuition per year                $20,750
  a golf academy                                               Tuition per term                $5,188
• State of the art gym with exercise room                      ACCOMMODATION COSTS
• Rugby and soccer fields, tennis courts, cricket nets         Homestay                        $12,650 per year
• State of the art drama facilities and library                Boarding house                  $19,200 per year
• Annual musical and drama shows
                                                               OTHER FEES
• Workshops for soft and hard material technology
• Career and guidance counseling                               Disbursement Deposit            $2,500
                                                               Insurance                       $661 per year
• School wide WIFI                                             Security Deposit                $750
• 1:1 Laptop school
• Extensive student support network
                                                           APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMME AND                             • Students may apply at any time
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT                              • Please see website for details or contact Anna Noble
• International student support and counselling
• Accommodation placement service
• ESOL classes
• English language tutorials and support
• Academic tutorials as needed examinations

     Located in a beautiful natural setting, Kaikorai Valley College believes in
     ‘opportunity and success for all’ by assisting our students to develop into confident
     young adults in a safe and caring environment.

     Renowned for providing high-quality international education for more than 25 years, Kaikorai Valley
     College promotes excellence in all facets of life, with teachers who are dedicated to maximizing the
     opportunities for every student.

     Kaikorai Valley College has a ‘family’ atmosphere, where teachers know their students and can cater to
     their needs. Our values of Participation, Respect, Inquiry, Diversity and Environment are a central part
     of our curriculum and who we are. Caring homes see students immersed in English-speaking culture,
     ensuring they are safe, supported and able to acquire language skills.

     The school has 14.6 hectares of open space that provides freedom for students to spread out and enjoy
     the landscape that surrounds them. Our school is also an Enviro School, meaning we are concerned for
     the environment and incorporate sustainability in to our teaching programmes.

CONTACT DETAILS                                                Rodney Stewart
Kaikorai Valley College                                        Director of International Programme
500 Kaikorai Valley Road, Bradford, Dunedin 9011     
+64 3 453 6035 or
+64 27 413 9460

GENERAL INFORMATION                                            • 2 full-time Teaching Support staff assisting students
                                                                 in all of their classes
Category: Intermediate and High School
                                                               • Home stay coordinator
Years catered: 7-13
                                                               • Dedicated pastoral dean for international students
Ages: 11–18
                                                               • 4 different levels of ESOL with very small classes
Number of Students: 500
                                                                 (4-10 students)
Number of International Students: 40-45
                                                               • Academic learning pathways to tertiary education
Genders Taught: Male and female
                                                               • 24 hour pastoral care
                                                               • Full time careers advisor
                                                               • Dedicated trips to some of the most beautiful sights
International students are able to study towards a wide          in New Zealand
range of qualifications including NCEA, IELTS, TOEFL
                                                               • Homestay
Each international student has an individual programme         RELIGIOUS FACILITIES ON SITE
prepared in order to achieve their academic and life
                                                               • Kaikorai Valley College is state high school where
goals. International students are provided with every
                                                                 students of all religious affiliations are accepted
opportunity that our ‘Kiwi’ students experience.
                                                                 and valued
Students will have an interview with the International
Academic Dean when they first arrive and a combination
of subjects will be agreed upon.                               FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
                                                                 EDUCATION FEES
                                                                 Tuition per year                   $14,000
•   2 dedicated international rooms                              Tuition per term                   $3,750
•   4 specialist Science labs
                                                                 ACCOMMODATION COSTS
•   3 dedicated computer suites
•   Dedicated workshops for soft and hard materials              Homestay                           $260
                                                                 OTHER FEES
•   Music suite
•   Urban farm                                                   Administration                     $400
                                                                 Curriculum                         $800
•   Two gymnasiums, including a full size basketball
                                                                 NCEA*                              $385
                                                                 Insurance                          $585
•   Full size assembly hall where the whole school meets         Uniform                            $1,000
    each fortnight                                               *Not all students sit NCEA exams
•   Many sports fields, including cross country track
•   Rock climbing wall
•   School activities that include; choir, orchestra, rock     APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
    bands, stage performance, vocal and instrumental           • Students may apply at any time
    lessons, outdoor pursuits, and many sports including;
                                                               • Applications can be made through an agent or online,
    skiing, soccer, rugby, athletics, badminton, basketball,
                                                                 see our website
    volleyball, netball, table tennis

• 7 staff are dedicated to our international programme
• 2 full-time ESOL teachers

     Kavanagh College has been a chosen destination for international students since the
     mid-1980s. Students choosing to study at Kavanagh are frequently independent and
     have made a decision to explore a less well-known destination for a unique experience.

     Many come because of the reputation Kavanagh has for a high quality English-based education set in a
     wonderful natural environment where we focus on students as individuals and help them to realise their
     own potential.

     Kavanagh College is a modern inner-city Catholic co-educational high school. Kavanagh students achieve
     excellent academic results. We offer both academic and practical subjects and our students can mix Science
     with the Arts or Building with Computing. We make innovative use of technology and the college has a
     BYOD (bring your own device) policy. While studying at Kavanagh, students also have the opportunity to
     participate in ski trips, hiking, camping, the annual prom and drama production, to name a few of the
     extra-curricular activities available.

     Kavanagh graduates are enrolled at Otago University, Auckland University, Massey University, University of
     Mainz – Germany, Culinary Arts Academy – Switzerland, San Jose College – California and Westin
     University of Toronto – Canada.

CONTACT DETAILS                                             Vicki Cullen
Kavanagh College                                            Director of International Students
340 Rattray Street, P O Box 737, Dunedin 9054     
+64 (0) 27 668 9691                               
+64 (0) 3 477 3408 extension 244                  

GENERAL INFORMATION                                         • Assistance with tertiary enrolment applications
                                                            • Accommodation placement service
Category: Intermediate and High School
Years catered: 7-13
Ages: 11-20
Number of Students: 850 		                                  • Homestay managed by a dedicated homestay
Number of International Students: 30
Genders Taught: Co-educational
                                                            RELIGIOUS FACILITIES ON SITE
                                                            • Chapel
QUALIFICATIONS                                              • Muslim Prayer Space
• NCEA Levels 1 – 3 and University Entrance
• NZ Scholarship                                            SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
• Preparation courses for TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS               •   Welcome event for international students
• Preparation courses for Cambridge International           •   Mid-year celebration for international students
  Examinations                                              •   School production
• Support for SAT preparation                               •   Formal/Prom for Year 12 and 13
                                                            •   Marae visit
CURRICULUM                                                  •   International student summer camp for students
Kavanagh College has a reputation for academic                  not sitting NCEA
excellence; we offer a balanced academic curriculum that    •   Ski Trips
is internationally recognised. Students can choose from a
wide variety of subjects including Mathematics, Sciences,   •   Camps and Tramps
Social Sciences, Commerce, Physical Education,              •   Outdoor experiences
Languages and English, Art and Design, Drama, Music,        •   End of year farewell event for international students
Photography, Technology and ESOL, all delivered in              and homestays
spacious modern learning environments. The success
rate for Kavanagh College international students who sat
University Entrance in 2014 and 2015 was 100%.              FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)

                                                                EDUCATION FEES
                                                                Tuition per year                  $14,500
•   Modern facilities                                           Tuition per term                  $3,625
•   Modern learning environments                                Short term (study trips)          POA
•   BYOD (bring your own device)
•   Library                                                     ACCOMMODATION COSTS
•   Courts
                                                                Homestay                          $260 per week
•   Playing Field
                                                                Homestay placement fee            $200 per year
•   Gym
•   Weights and Fitness centre                                  OTHER FEES
•   Auditorium
•   Music House                                                 Administration fee                 $300 per annum
•   5-minute walk to Olympic-size swimming pool                 FREE airport pick up for all new students

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT                               • Students may apply at any time
• International student support and counselling services    • Students can apply directly or by using an Agent
• ESOL classes delivered by New Zealand Registered          • Students can apply online, see our website
• Academic progress support
• Career advice


     King’s High School prepares young men for life beyond school as global citizens.
     The school’s focus is ‘Building Men for Life’ through ‘Personal Excellence’ and
     this has seen King’s High School become one of the top performing academic state
     boys school in New Zealand.

     Our international students will be part of a school that respects and celebrates all cultures and offers an
     easy transition into the classroom and beyond. Our core values of respect, responsibility, fairness, integrity
     and compassion are the foundation of all that happens at King’s and underpin the safe and supportive

     Our all-boys environment allows us to cater for the specific learning styles of young men, with teaching
     methods targeted to help boys reach their potential.

CONTACT DETAILS                                     
King’s High School
270 Bay View Road, Dunedin 9012
+64 3 455 7547

GENERAL INFORMATION                                           • Small class sizes
Category: High School                                         • Qualified ESOL teacher
Years catered: 9-13                                           • Homework support
Ages: 12-18
Number of Students: 1,040 		                                  ACCOMMODATION
Number of International Students: 25                          • Homestay
Genders Taught: Male only
                                                              SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
                                                              • International outdoor education opportunities
                                                              • Mid year and end of year International Student trips
NCEA – National Certificate in Educational
Achievement, Cambridge, IGCSE, IELTS preparation.
                                                              FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
Directed pathway to tertiary study
49 Academic Scholarships in 2018, highest in                    EDUCATION FEES
Otago/Southland, second highest in the South Island
                                                                Tuition per year                 $15,500
                                                                One term                         $6,200
CURRICULUM                                                      Two terms                        $9,300
A broad range of courses are available. Full details are on     Three terms                      $12,400
the website. Of special interest to international students
is the Outdoor Education course which offers surfing,           ACCOMMODATION COSTS
mountain biking, water activities and snowboarding.             Homestay                         $270 per week

SCHOOL FEATURES AND FACILITIES                                  OTHER FEES
• Modern teaching spaces                                        Administration                   $500
• Music Suite offering a wide range of musical                  Outdoor Education subject        $125 per term
  opportunities including choirs and bands                      Term 2 Ski Trip                  $400
                                                                Term 4 Outdoor Education Trip    $600
• Technology Suite with superb hard materials                   School uniform & stationery      $700
  and digital facilities                                        Insurance                        $500
• Gymnasium and weights room                                    Disbursements                    $600
• Rugby, cricket and football fields with over 35
  sports offered and supported
• Indoor cricket centre                                       APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
• Comprehensive Pastoral Care systems                         • Students may apply at any time
• Professional Catering Suite                                 • Application form may be downloaded from
                                                                the website
• Performing Arts Centre
                                                              • Short term students are welcome to apply
• Wireless network for all students

•   Orientation programme
•   International student support and counselling
•   Homestay Co-ordinator and pastoral care
•   ESOL classes available at all times


     Often seen as Dunedin’s premier performance arts school, Logan Park High
     School caters to all talents and interests – academic, sporting and cultural.

     With a range of different nationalities enrolled, students at Logan Park personify the idea of the educational
     “global village”. As a community, we are also enriched by our engagement with Maori culture, language
     and heritage, which helps to shape our perspective – looking out from Aotearoa/New Zealand to the world.

     Logan Park High School prepares students for further education and has a reputation for academic excellence
     consistently achieving amongst the highest scholarship results in New Zealand.

     Logan Park is dedicated to providing a range of outdoor experiences for international students, with organised
     activities including day, weekend and week-long trips kayaking, hiking and snow-boarding. There are also
     over 40 sports and cultural activities to get involved in like chess, robotics, film, theatre, dance, debating,
     choir, badminton, fencing, cross-country, sailing, tennis and basketball.

     A friendly and caring atmosphere, Logan Park’s teachers are highly experienced in providing education
     and care to overseas students, helping them settle in quickly and get the most from their stay in Dunedin.

CONTACT DETAILS                                          International Department
Logan Park High School                         
Private Bag, Dunedin 9054                      
74 Butts Road, Dunedin 9016                     (search Logan Park)
+64 3 477 3586

GENERAL INFORMATION                                      ACCOMMODATION
Category: High School                                    • Homestay
Years catered: 9-13                                      • Other – Private Board with relatives
Ages: 13-18
Number of Students: 700 		                               RELIGIOUS FACILITIES ON SITE
Number of International Students: 25                     • Mosque nearby
Genders Taught: co-educational
                                                         SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
QUALIFICATIONS                                           • Orientation Programmes twice yearly – linked with
NCEA, NZ Scholarship and support for IELTS                 student buddies.
                                                         • Race Unity Assembly where all nationalities are
                                                         • International Food Festival
Logan Park is strong in English, Art, Social Sciences,
Music, Drama, Science, Maths and Languages,              • International Concert
including Maori, French and Latin. There are numerous    • International student Maori Language and Cultural
opportunities for musical students, including two          Heritage class/performance/trips
choirs, several chamber music groups, an orchestra, an   • 3-day tramp on Stewart Island
award-winning jazz band and an after-school rock music   • Day trips to Otago Peninsula to see the wild life or on
academy. There are active robotics, chess and maths        the Taieri Gorge Train to Middlemarch.
clubs, as well as an enthusiastic Environmental Group.
                                                         • A 2-day trip to Lake Tekapo and Mt John Observatory
                                                         • November 4-day hiking trip into the mountains at the
SCHOOL FEATURES AND FACILITIES                             top of Lake Wakatipu and down the Greenstone River
• Spacious setting surrounded by native trees and        • Ski/snow-boarding trip to Wanaka ski fields
  Logan Park over the road
• Close to the University of Otago and Otago             FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
• Caledonian athletics and football grounds opposite       EDUCATION FEES
  the school
                                                           Tuition per year                  $15,500
• Hockey turf courts at the other side of the park         Tuition per term:
• Auditorium for assemblies, theatre/dance and concert     One term                          $6,200
  performances                                             Two terms                         $9,300
• Music Suite for orchestra, jazz band, chamber music      Three terms                       $12,400
  and rock bands                                           Four terms                        $15,500
• Gym - full court size for basketball, volleyball and     ACCOMMODATION COSTS
  futsal and fitness exercise room
• Indoor Climbing Wall attached to the gym                 Homestay                          $265 per week
                                                           Homestay placement fee            $300
• Dunedin Mountain Biking Tracks on the hill above
  the school                                               OTHER FEES
• Specialist Science laboratories
                                                           Contingency fee                   $1,100 – per year
• Media Studies room and editing suite for film-making     Uniform fee                       $200
• Internet and wireless throughout the school with
  super-fast broadband
                                                         APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
• New library for study and research
                                                         • Students can apply on-line.
                                                           See our website:


     Otago Boys’ High School, established in 1863, is one of the finest state funded
     boys’ schools in New Zealand. We have a proud history of academic, sporting and
     cultural success both in New Zealand and worldwide. Our iconic campus, which
     overlooks Dunedin city, provides excellent facilities for boys to learn, develop
     and build strong, life-long relationships.

     “Best for Boys” frames everything we do.
      We offer:
     • High quality education for boys
     • Excellent programmes of learning
     • Extensive range of co-curricular activities
     • Professional pastoral and academic support.

CONTACT DETAILS                                                Wayne Angus
Otago Boys High School                                         Director of International Students
2 Arthur Street, Dunedin 9016                        
PO Box 11, Dunedin 9054                              
+64 (0)3 477 5527

GENERAL INFORMATION                                            •   ESOL and English classes
Category: High School                                          •   Academic support in curriculum classes by well
Years catered: 9-13                                                qualified staff
Ages: 13-18		                                                  •   Tutorials – weekly ( and extra times on request)
Number of International Students: 35-40		                      •   Homework support
Genders Taught: Male only                                      •   Guidance and career counselling
                                                               •   Homestay Coordinator and Director of Boarding
QUALIFICATIONS                                                     offering quality support
                                                               •   ID cards provide emergency phone numbers of key
NCEA – National Certificate in Educational
                                                                   international staff

CURRICULUM                                                     ACCOMMODATION
                                                               •   Homestay
“Best for Boys Through the Right Learning”
                                                               •   Boarding house
 Boys learn in diverse ways. Our school offers boys an
 extensive range of learning programmes to suit their
 needs and abilities (see website for subject choices).        SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
 In Years 9 and 10, students experience a wide range of        •   Outdoor camps at our mountain lodge
 optional subjects in addition to the core subjects of         •   International student activities throughout the year
 Mathematics, Science, English, Social Studies and
 Physical Education.
                                                               FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
 In Years 11, 12 and 13, students are guided by experienced
 staff in designing courses of learning to suit their              EDUCATION FEES 2020
 individual strengths and create pathways for their futures.
                                                                   Tuition per year                  $15,000
                                                                   Tuition per term - 1 term         $3,750
    SCHOOL FEATURES AND FACILITIES                                          - 2 terms                $7,500
•    Modern classrooms within a heritage campus                             - 3 terms                $11,250
•    Musical opportunities – choir, orchestra, chamber
     music groups, rock bands, jazz bands
                                                                   ACCOMMODATION COSTS
•    A choice of 30 sports and excellent sports’ grounds           Homestay                          $12,690
•    Gymnasium and fitness training complex                        Accommodation Liaison Fee         $250
•    High Performance Sports’ classes                              Boarding House                    $14,400
•    Heated indoor swimming pool                                   OTHER FEES
•    Outdoor Education programme (see website for
     photos)                                                       Administration                    $350
                                                                   Insurance per year                $555
•    Mountain Lodge in Mt Aspiring National Park
                                                                   Uniform (new or second hand) $500-$750
•    Wireless network for students                                 Disbursements (or various costs including books,
•    Comprehensive student support services including              examination fees, visa renewal, sport and music)
     academic and personal support.                                $1,200 per year (unused money is refunded)

                                                               APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
                                                               •   Students may apply any time - short and long term
•    Professional staff including: International Student
     Director, Qualified ESOL teachers, experienced            •   Students can apply by downloading the application
     teacher assistants/tutors                                     form on the school website.

     For over 145 years Otago Girls’ High School has provided a high quality girls’
     education and we have consistently produced remarkable women who have gone on
     to achieve success in their chosen fields. We are committed to providing the highest
     quality education for all girls in a safe, caring and inclusive environment.

     Otago Girls’ High School has a robust and vibrant academic programme. Our programmes of learning support
     students to become confident, life-long learners. A key tool in achieving this is the provision of e-Learning
     opportunities made possible through our ultra-fast broadband connection and wireless computer access.

     The curriculum offered at Otago Girls’ High School enables every girl to develop self-confidence, and make
     appropriate choices whilst pursuing the goal of excellence. Over 30 subjects are offered at NCEA levels 1, 2
     and 3. We are proud of our consistently excellent results. Students receive preparation for international
     examinations and entry into universities worldwide.

     Otago Girls’ High School provides many co-curricular activities for students. Our most successful students
     are those who participate in a range of activities. Some of those available are: Global Leadership Programme,
     Arts programmes, Drama productions, House events, choirs, and orchestras, which cater to a diverse range
     of capabilities. There are also 32 sport options available.

CONTACT DETAILS                                              International Department
Otago Girls’ High School                                     Alison Stephenson
41 Tennyson Street, Dunedin 9016                             International Director
+64 (0)3 474 0496                                                             

GENERAL INFORMATION                                          •   English language tutorials and support
Category: High School                                        •   Kiwi Sister programme
Years catered: 9-13                                          •   Fortnightly international assemblies
Ages: 13-18		                                                •   Mentoring programme
Number of Students: 820 		                                   •   Range of clubs to cater for students’ interests
Number of International Students: 30		                       •   Outstanding pastoral care
Genders Taught: Female only
QUALIFICATIONS                                               • Homestay
• NCEA – English Achievement standards, English
  Unit standards                                             SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
• Speech New Zealand OCESOL examinations                     • Numerous camps for year levels and for specific
  (Oral Communication in English for Speakers of               subjects
  Other Languages)                                           • International student outings each term
• Support for mainstream subjects                            • International end of year programme for Senior
• Tutoring to support international English tests              International students (November/December)
  (IELTS, TOEFL etc.)
                                                             FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
We offer a range of standards at all levels and teachers         EDUCATION FEES
choose standards that best suit the abilities and needs          Tuition per year                   $14,500
of the students to enable them to achieve their personal         Tuition per term - 1 term          $3,625
and academic goals.                                                       - 2 terms                 $7,250
                                                                          - 3 terms                 $10,875
• Modern learning environments including new
  ‘Classroom by the sea’, Science laboratories, specialist       Homestay per year                  $11,960
  technology rooms and computer suites                           Homestay per term - 1 term         $3,120
                                                                         - 2 terms                  $6,240
• New music suite                                                        - 3 terms                  $9,360
• Gym and exercise room                                          Homestay placement fee             $350
• Wireless network for all students
                                                                 OTHER FEES
• Career guidance
• Extensive student support network                              Administration fee                 $300
                                                                 Uniform                            $900
                                                                 Insurance (dependent
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMME AND                                   on length of stay)                 $175-$580
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUPPORT                                    Disbursement
                                                                 (Examination Fee Deposit)          $1,400
• International Dean
• International Student Director
• International student support and counselling              APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
  services                                                   • Students may apply at any time either online
• Global Leadership Programme                                  or in person
• Accommodation placement service providing caring           • Students can apply online, see our website
  homestay families
• English language classes

     Situated in coastal St Clair, Queen’s High School offers girls a strong tradition of
     academic excellence and achievement, in a positive, caring environment that’s
     close to the sea, but only a few minutes ride from the city centre.

     Our extensive pastoral care network supports international students of all levels through their form
     teachers, year level co-ordinators, guidance counsellors, homestay co-ordinators, ESOL teachers and the
     Director of International Students.

     As well as providing a high quality learning environment for girls, Queen’s High School has an exceptional
     range of cultural and outdoor opportunities, with both short term and full year education courses available.
     We encourage every student to participate in programmes that include: kayaking, mountain biking,
     basketball, rock climbing, surfing, skiing, equestrian and snowboarding, as well co-curricular activities such
     as jazz band, dance, orchestra and much more.

CONTACT DETAILS                                          Barbara Agnew
Queen’s High School                                      Principal and Director of
195 Surrey St, St Clair , Dunedin 9012                   International Students
+64 3 455 7212                                           +64 3 455 7212 ext. 810                                     +64 275 323 598

GENERAL INFORMATION                                      ACCOMMODATION
Category: High School                                    • Homestay
Years catered: 9-13
Ages: 13-18		                                            RELIGIOUS FACILITIES ON SITE
Number of Students: 400 		                               • Christian Group – meets once a week
Number of International Students: 8-15 at any one time
Genders Taught: Female only
                                                         SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
                                                         •   End of year International Programme
                                                         •   Tours of Dunedin and surrounding area
                                                         •   School formal
NCEA, IELTS and SAT preparation
                                                         •   Ski trip

                                                         FEES AND COSTS (IN NZD)
English, Mathematics, Science, Biology, Chemistry,
Dance, Design & Visual Communication, Drama,                 EDUCATION FEES
Economics / Business Studies, ESOL, French,
Geography, History, Music, Painting, Photography,            Tuition per year                $15,500
Physical and Outdoor Education, Physics, Te Reo Māori,       Tuition per term:
Animal Care & Agriculture/Horticulture, Digital              One term                        $6,200
Technology, Fabric Technology, Food & Nutrition,             Two terms                       $9,300
Early Childhood Education, Tourism                           Three terms                     $12,400
                                                             ACCOMMODATION COSTS
                                                             Homestay                        $250 per week
•   Full size gymnasium
•   Specialist dance room                                    OTHER FEES
•   Specialist music suites                                  Discretionary money             $1,250 per annum
•   Specialist art and photography room                                                      (refundable)
                                                             Homestay & administration fee   $500
                                                             Insurance                       $600 approx
• International student support and counselling          APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT
  services                                               • Students can apply at any time by contacting the
• Orientation Programme                                    school via the website
• Accommodation placement service                          or email
• Small ESOL classes
• International Student Mentoring Group
• English language tutorials and support

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