International Student Support

International support staff provide a range of services to international students including; airport pick-ups, accommodation support, pastoral care, cultural and personal support, holiday and leisure planning and translation services.

Learning Resource Centre

Our library and learning support staff provide guidance and support to ensure your academic success. They can assist with getting you organised to study, helping you understand learning in a New Zealand classroom, in carrying out research, accessing databases, assignment writing, note taking, exam preparation, time management, referencing, computing, maths and course related literacy and numeracy. The library houses fully networked computers for students use with a collection of print and electronic resources, magazines and recreational reading materials to support your learning.

Visit the library website via this link

The Health Clinic & Counselling Facility

WITT has a fully equipped and staffed health clinic providing a wide range of free health, medical and counselling services for students with an emphasis on health education and health promotion.

Computer Laboratories and Free Wireless Internet Access

Free wireless internet and your own personal email address are available on campus for WITT students. Computer laboratories on campus feature state-of-the-art computers, all fully serviced and updated with the latest programmes.


The large and popular cafeteria has indoor and outdoor eating areas. Vending machines provide a range of hot and cold drinks and snacks are available for night class students.

Garage Cafe & Impressions Restaurant

WITT's own award winning training restaurant and cafe offer high quality food and drinks at great value prices. Come and enjoy a great coffee or meal from the future's best baristas and chefs. 

The Education (Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice 2016 (including Amendments 2019)

WITT observes and is bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students.

When students from other countries come to study in New Zealand, it is important that those students are well informed, safe and properly cared for:

New Zealand educational providers have an important responsibility for international students’ welfare.

The “Education (Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice 2016 (including Amendments 2019)” (the Code) provides a procedure that students can follow if they have concerns about their treatment by a New Zealand educational provider or agent of a provider.

What is the Code of Practice?

The Code of Practice is a document that clearly outlines the full legal requirements that education providers enrolling international students must abide by.

The purpose of this code is to support the Governement's objectives for international education by:

Requiring signatories to take all reasonable steps to protect international students; and ensuring, so far as is possible, that international students have in New Zealand a positive experience that supports their educational achievement.

Full details of what is covered can be found in the Code itself.

Click here to access the Code of Practice