Dunedin, New Zealand
Columba College is located in the city of Dunedin on the South Island of New Zealand. Dunedin is the home of New Zealand’s oldest university, the University of Otago, and students are able to enjoy the benefits of being educated in a vibrant university city. Dunedin is an attractive city with a population of 114,347. It is not too big and not too small, yet has all the amenities and infrastructure students could hope for. With everything close to hand, it’s easy to get around. Dunedin has earned the reputation as New Zealand’s wildlife capital, the Otago Peninsula home to New Zealand fur seals & sea lions, yellow-eyed penguins, and the world’s only mainland royal albatross colony.
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The College is in an attractive residential hill suburb about five minutes by car from the city centre.
The campus covers approximately three hectares. The mixture of New Zealand historic buildings, Bishopscourt and the original Hill Jack homestead, as well as first-class modern educational buildings such as the Girton and Braemar teaching and learning blocks and the Marsh Sports Centre, all set in landscaped grounds makes for a wonderful educational environment.
The blend of old and new is part of the College’s ethos – tradition and innovation working together to provide a top quality education.