Mercer, for the third time, ranks Auckland as 3rd most liveable city in 2015. Mercer Quality of Living Survey illustrates why the largest city in New Zealand is one of the best places on the globe to get the maximum out of your life.
People from across the border love to live, work and study in Auckland to enjoy the best of climate, natural beauty, and life of a metropolitan city at its very best. Beautiful beaches to surf, swim, sail and fish; parks for recreational activities, a tremendous nightlife, welcoming folks all around, and endless places for sightseeing are few of the attractions in Auckland.
It is as amazing as finding yourself in the Pacific and swim in Tasman Sea on the same day. A city that does not sleep brings true essence of shopping, enjoying concerts, sports, and countless adventures welcomes you to explore and learn more about life. Auckland City council works hard to make sure that people living in the city enjoy a health life-style with all the essential facilities such as an excellent public transit system.
Royal Business College Auckland Campus welcomes national and international students not only to evolve their careers and become competitive in their respective fields of interest, it also provides them the opportunity to witness the city life to its most. Situated right in the heart of the city, RBC Auckland campus is about a minute walk to the famous Sky Tower! The city is literally at your doorsteps.
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