For two main reasons, first, because New Zealand –as a leader in the treatment of indigenous issues- has deeply developed the study of the Treaty of Waitangi. I lived in Rapa Nui for seven years and my interest as a Lawyer is to study the analogous Chilean case, the Act of Annexation of 1888. Two, because I always wanted to live in an English spoken country. So New Zealand gathered all this features!
It has everything available for you, computers, facilities, people always striving to make you feel comfortable. And ‘windy’ Wellington it is not so harsh. The weather makes me remind my own country cold breezes which renew and
New Zealand is peaceful country with a high-level educational standard with lovely and friendly people. I extremely recommend to those with family to study at Victoria University of Welllington.
Wellington is New Zealand’s capital city. It’s full of cafes, bars and theatres and has a beautiful harbour.