STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND
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New Zealand is, without a doubt, a beautiful country, but there’s a lot beyond its magnificent landscapes. It is emerging as one of the topmost preferences of higher education destinations among international students. With an excellent education system, internationally accredited qualifications, abundant research opportunities and a high quality of life, New Zealand has a lot to offer. While studying there, you can be assured of a welcoming and friendly society with an excellent support system for international students.
New Zealand’s Universities and Institutions are internationally recognized and accepted. New Zealand’s qualifications are highly regarded by employers in the world. All 8 New Zealand Universities have a found place in the QS World Rankings 2018.
New Zealand is the perfect study abroad destination due to its lower annual tuition fees and low cost of living. The living expenses in New Zealand are cheaper than most other study destinations. Accommodation options and transport facilities are easily available at affordable costs in the country.
New Zealand universities have relatively minimal entry requirements for many programs and courses. It is not a challenge for most students who apply to get themselves admitted into a university, be it a bachelors degree, master’s degree or postgraduate diploma.
Safe and Stable
New Zealand is a safe and stable country with a nice lifestyle. According to the Global Peace Index 2017, New Zealand is the second most peaceful and safe country in the world. New Zealand has a good political stability and a low crime rate. The people in New Zealand accept and respect other cultures and warmly welcome everyone into the country irrespective of religion, caste and gender.
New Zealand is a mysteriously fascinating country with extremely beautiful landscapes, mountains, lakes, and unique biodiversity. For anyone who looks for adventure, New Zealand offers great adventure activities including white water rafting, skiing and mountain biking. There are always new things to do and enjoy while staying in New Zealand. New Zealand offers the best of both the worlds; city and country life. You can access all the modern amenities and facilities of city life while enjoying the beauty of countryside.
Study and work
Most international students prefer to work while studying to meet their living expenses and get experience. Students studying in New Zealand have been given the opportunity to work while studying. There are many part-time opportunities available in sectors such as retail, hospitality, banking and finance.
Students who have successfully completed their Advanced Levels may apply for an Undergraduate course whereas students who have only completed their Ordinary Levels may apply for a Foundation course. Graduates are eligible to apply for Postgraduate courses.
The time it takes from your application submission to when you receive your visa may vary due to various factors. In order to avoid any delays and inconveniences we advise that you meet with our team at least 6 months before the intake for which you intend on applying.
Student visa holders are permitted to work up to 40 hours per fortnight as per visa conditions.
Your spouse will be entitled to travel with you as a dependent when applying for a Postgraduate course or an Undergraduate course.
Each university has their own range of scholarships on offer. Our team will assist you in searching and applying for eligible scholarships if you are.
The minimum English language requirements for each university may differ based on their application criteria. Our team will assist you in finding out the minimum requirements for the university to which you wish to apply.