Student Accommodation Wellington
Wellington is New Zealand’s capital and one of its main academic hubs. With world-class universities like Victoria University of Wellington and the University of Otago, it’s home to a diverse mix of domestic and international students.
Wellington is fairly small as far as capital cities go. With a population of just over 200,000, it’s a safe and affordable place to live while still offering plenty of education and career opportunities. Known for its colourful arts scene and friendly locals, students from all over the world feel at home in Wellington.
If you’re looking for student accommodation in Wellington, UniLodge has you covered. Situated in the heart of the city, our purpose-built student apartments provide comfort and security in a central location. Learn more about Wellington’s universities and your accommodation options today.
Victoria University of Wellington
Renowned for its law, humanities and science degrees, Victoria University of Wellington offers a choice of internationally recognised courses. It has multiple campuses throughout the city, with the primary campus located in Kelburn.
Overlooking the central business district, the Kelburn Campus offers panoramic views of Wellington. It’s located in one of the city’s oldest suburbs and is within walking distance of the Botanic Gardens if you feel like taking a scenic stroll between classes.
Looking for somewhere to live near Victoria University of Wellington? The Kelburn Campus is a 25-minute walk or a 10-minute bus ride from UniLodge Stafford House, so you can live in Wellington’s lively city centre while still being close to your classes.
Massey University has campuses across New Zealand. Its Wellington location is in the historic suburb of Mt Cook, just south of the city centre. Known as the “creative campus”, it houses a wide range of design courses as well as other qualifications.
Although UniLodge Stafford House is closest to Victoria University of Wellington, this accommodation is also suitable for Massey University students as it’s just a 15-minute bus ride from the Mt Cook campus.