7 Best Human Rights Law schools in New Zealand

Below is the list of best universities in New Zealand ranked based on their research performance in Human Rights Law. A graph of 5.04K citations received by 574 academic papers made by 7 universities in New Zealand was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

1. Victoria University of Wellington

For Human Rights Law

#9 in Oceania
#83 in the World
Acceptance Rate
64%
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
1897

2. University of Otago

For Human Rights Law

#16 in Oceania
#157 in the World
Enrollment
21,240
Founded
1869

3. University of Auckland

For Human Rights Law

#19 in Oceania
#165 in the World
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1883

4. University of Waikato

For Human Rights Law

#25 in Oceania
#276 in the World
Acceptance Rate
65%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1964

5. Massey University

For Human Rights Law

#27 in Oceania
#348 in the World
Acceptance Rate
65%
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1963

6. University of Canterbury

For Human Rights Law

#28 in Oceania
#355 in the World
Acceptance Rate
50%
Enrollment
17,299
Founded
1873

7. Auckland University of Technology

For Human Rights Law

#34 in Oceania
#486 in the World
Acceptance Rate
50%
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
2000

The best cities to study Human Rights Law in New Zealand based on the number of universities and their ranks are Wellington, Dunedin, Auckland, and Hamilton.