Study in Auckland: The world’s third best place to livePosted on 27/03/2018 by Jess O'Connor
If you want to study airline, travel and tourism, Auckland is the place to be. The ‘City of Sails’ was ranked the third best place to live in the world for Quality of Living, according to the Mercer Quality of Living Index.
Auckland beat cities such as Geneva, Copenhagen and Sydney to reach number three (a ranking it shares with Munich). A total of 231 cities were ranked, with Vienna and Zurich taking out the top two spots.
Political, environmental, and social factors contributed to Auckland’s high ranking, says Mercer New Zealand CEO Martin Lewington.
“New Zealand’s natural environment and subtropical climate, stable political and social environment, and good medical and health services are the top three contributing factors for Auckland retaining third spot in the global rankings,” Mr Lewington explains.
Study airline, travel and tourism in Auckland
ITC has two campuses in Auckland – one in the CBD, another in Botany – both of which teach several comprehensive airline, travel and tourism qualifications.
- New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a strand in Aviation Level 3
- New Zealand Certificate in Tourism with a strand in Tourism and Travel Level 3
- New Zealand Certificate in Travel Level 4
- New Zealand Diploma in Tourism Level 5
- Diploma in International Travel and Tourism Management Level 5
Each of these qualifications will prepare you for a career in the airline, travel and tourism industry – both in New Zealand and abroad.
Both campuses are located near quality shops, beaches, and entertainment, as well as necessities such as public transport and community facilities.
Auckland: Your gateway to New Zealand
Auckland offers a bit of everything that makes New Zealand special: beaches, volcanoes, bush walks, lakes, a variety of food and entertainment, and much more.
The City of Sails is also ideally placed for road trips. From here, you can drive north to the beautiful Bay of Islands or head south to tourism hubs Taupo and Rotorua, or further still, to Mount Ruapehu for a spot of snowsports.
Alternatively, you can catch affordable flights all over the country from Auckland Airport. In just a few hours you could touch down in Queenstown or Christchurch, Wanaka or Wellington. With so much on its doorstep, you can see why Auckland is such a popular place to study.
Looking for more information about studying in Auckland? Here are ten reasons why Auckland is an amazing place to study.
Experience living in this beautiful city yourself by enrolling in one of our airline, travel and tourism courses. Enrolments are open now, get in touch today to learn how we can help you get your career off to a flying start.Posted in News, Study inspiration | Tagged Auckland | Leave a reply