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New Zealand
Campus setting Suburban
Living cost ₹ 76,000 per month
Student population Medium
International students 70%
Institution type Private


AIS St Helens is a unique tertiary institution with a distinctive international focus. Since its inception, this developing institute has attracted students and staff from countries all around the world and now has developed a number of close relationships with leading educational institutions globally. This network has advantages for both our international and local (New Zealand) students. 

Undergraduate and postgraduate students at AIS St Helens experience expert personalised education. The learning and development of each student is guided by qualified and committed staff who see their primary role as mentors in helping students achieve success. There are learning pathways and support strategies are in place to cater for the different skills and abilities of individual students, maximising their opportunities to achieve their goals. 

AIS St Helens utilises a variety of monitoring mechanisms to ensure that the quality of programmes is maintained at the highest international standards. Earning an AIS St Helens academic credential is a qualification for life, and requires each student to demonstrate a high level of personal commitment and integrity. 

Campus information

There are two campuses:

  • Main Campus, and
  • Asquith Campus

 At the Main Campus the following programmes are run:

  • English Language
  • Degree Foundation
  • Information Technology
  • Hospitality 
  • Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages
  • International Business
  • Tourism Management
  • MBA in International Business
  • Arts

At the Main Campus there is a library, computer labs for study and internet/email access, cafeteria, tennis courts, dormitory, devotional room, wide open spaces for students to relax outside and free parking.

The AIS St Helens Asquith Campus is located just over 5 minutes walk from the Main Campus.

At the Asquith Campus the following programmes are run:

  • University of Otago Foundation Year
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Information Technology
  • International usiness
  • Tourism Management

The Asquith Campus has a library, computer labs for study and internet/email access, a reading room, whanau room, a cafeteria, a gymnasium with sports instructors, a sports arena for basketball, volleyball and badminton and free parking. A shuttle bus runs to and from the Main Campus for students attending lectures.

The AIS St Helens campuses are located 10-15 minutes from the Auckland Central Business District (CBD) in Western Springs, Auckland. Travelling to and from the campus is easy as it is located close to Auckland’s North Western motorway, and train and bus services are frequent.


For those who wish to make AIS their home in Auckland, the AIS Dormitory, a three-level building situated at the St Helens Campus, provides accommodation for 120 residents in single, twin and multi-share rooms. The rooms are fully furnished, each with its own study area.
The dormitory office is located on Level 1, adjacent to the main entrance of the dormitory, and is open on weekdays from 8.30am to 5.00pm. Our security staff oversee the dormitory after hours and during weekends and public holidays. Level 1 accommodates both male and female students, whereas Level 2 is for female students only, and Level 3 is reserved for male students. A kitchen for the preparation of meals, and a dining room area, are available, and mini fridges for rooms can also be hired. New residents will receive a Dormitory Handbook upon arrival which contains all the information needed on residing in this facility.
Many students are keen to experience the New Zealand lifestyle while they are studying with us, and homestay accommodation offers an excellent opportunity to do so. AIS has an extensive list of carefully selected and approved homestay families to choose from and can arrange placement for students who wish to live in a family environment. Homestay students also benefit from the opportunity to practice their English.
Homestays can be organised prior to arrival in New Zealand, although some students chose another form of accommodation when they first arrive, such as the AIS dormitory, and later decide to move into a homestay. In either instance, two weeks’ notice is required to arrange homestay accommodation.


Courses available 28

Business and Management 8 Computer Science and IT 4 Creative Arts & Design 3 Engineering 5 Hotel Management & Hospitality 5 Humanities & Social Sciences 3


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