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Study in NewZealand

Benefits of studying in New Zealand

The benefits of the education system in New Zealand for international students cannot be overemphasized; It is a system that provides an engaging and stimulating educational environment

  • New Zealand is the youngest country on Earth – the last major landmine to be discovered. It has a rich and fascinating history, reflecting both our Māori and European heritage. The wonderful Maori historical site and the tanga (treasures), dating back to a few thousand years, are in contrast to many beautiful colonial buildings.
  • International students can expect a high level of education and living conditions.
  • English is the everyday language of New Zealanders and there is strong English language support for international students.
  • The cost of living and tuition compares well with other countries.
  • Traveling to New Zealand is easy with direct flights from most major cities.

About the country

  • New Zealand is the youngest country on Earth – the last major landmine to be discovered. It has a rich and fascinating history, reflecting both our Māori and European heritage. The wonderful Maori historical site and the tanga (treasures), dating back to a few thousand years, are in contrast to many beautiful colonial buildings.
  • With stunning rugged landscapes, gorgeous beaches, often spectacular geothermal and volcanic activity, a temperate climate and vast open spaces filled with fascinating animal and plant life, and it is no surprise that New Zealand’s pure natural environment So attractive to visitors from other countries.
  • New Zealand has a unique and dynamic culture. The culture of its indigenous Māori people influences the language, art and even the pronunciation of all New Zealanders. Their location in the South Pacific, and their love on the road, sports and arts make New Zealand and their culture unique in the world.

Core areas

The region is the top tier of local government in New Zealand. New Zealand has 16 regions. Twelve are governed by an elected regional council, while four are governed by regional officials (the second level of local government) who also perform the functions of a regional council and thus are known as unitary authorities. The Chatham Island Council is similar to a unitary authority, but is authorized under its competent law.

main city:

Auckland (commercial and trade hub), Wellington (capital), Dunedin, Christchurch

The climate is temperate with pleasant seasonal changes and is conducive for study and recreation.

Education system

  • Courses for academic, vocational and vocational studies are available in universities, polytechnics and private training establishments.
  • Twenty-five institutions in New Zealand are part of the polytechnic system and provide education and training in a wide range of industry and business based business studies. Many polytechnics also offer bachelor’s degree programs.
  • There are eight universities in New Zealand that offer degree programs in undergraduate and postgraduate level in academic and professional studies.
  • All universities offer broad subjects for degrees in commerce, science and arts. Each university has also developed its own specialist subjects such as engineering, computer studies, medicine and agriculture.
  • There are also many private tertiary institutions and private training providers.

Time of Admission:

Intake:

The academic year extends from February to November, with mid-year intake in July with multiple programs. The major holiday period is December to February.

Work part time while studying

Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week and full time during the holidays while studying the course.

Work opportunities after studies

After completion of studies, if the student gets a permanent job offer (an offer fulfilling the visa requirement) in the relevant field of study, he can apply for PR. Else, a student can live in New Zealand and find a job on a work permit.

Need of English

IELTS and / or TOEFL are not mandatory requirements but are highly recommended for clear and timely processing of admission and visa applications. Students cannot go to NZ to study English course.

Before enrolling in NZ institute the student must have language ability of India.

The TOEFL is not accepted by the New Zealand High Commission. Please confirm acceptable test status when applying.

fee structure

For every 1 year period:

Cost of living

Primary Applicant – NZ $ 10,000

Spouse – NZ $ 5,000

Children – NZ $ 5,000

Scholarship / bursary

Very few nurseries are offered at undergraduate or postgraduate level for course work studies.

Some scholarships are mainly available for research programs.

A PhD student is required to pay a domestic fee which is highly affordable compared to a PhD fee in another country.

Disclaimer:

This guidance is for students wishing to study abroad in a particular country. It is only a guide for which information is taken from various relevant websites. Its purpose is to answer some common questions. Visitors are advised to contact the office for most updated information.