Study In New Zealand

New Zealand is a rare place that shares incredibly beautiful landscapes and educational institutions of high reputation all over the world. Being supported considerably by the government of the country, it offers a wide variety of graduate and master’s program that are sought after by many students across the world. It is said that as much as 100,000 students make it to the beautiful island to pursue their highest studies in the hope of creating a highly lucrative career in the future. High standards of education and supportive environment have made the country a favourite study abroad destination for students from across the world. New Zealand practices a highly integrated education system to support students with a diverse variety of subjects.


New Zealand has always been an attractive study abroad destination for international students, since the country offers a varied range of study opportunities in world’s top-rated universities, with affordable fee and better cost of living that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. With growing years New Zealand is becoming the first choice for International students seeking high-quality overseas education and to explore new ideas that make you stand out from the crowd. These factors have made New Zealand one among the front-runners in higher education providers in the world.
1. World-renowned universities providing world-class education
New Zealand is one of the most attracted foreign education destinationsfor international students who are looking for world-class facilities and high quality of education. The country is known for its practically oriented courses.
2. Less stringent entry requirements
The country’s government invest a large amount in their higher education sector, both in quality and infrastructure, aiming to attract more students in the increasing globalised scenario. In fact, they allocate the highest percentage of public funding to education in the world. New Zealand has moderate entry requirements so that international students can easily apply for the courses that they offer.
3. Ease of visa acquisition and residency
The country follows streamlined and point-based visa application process in order to avoid ambiguity and arbitrariness. Immigration New Zealand is working with the Education New Zealand and international education provider to develop an improved and friendlier partnership model to increase the New Zealand Study visa success rate. Further, many universities provide on campus visa renewal and extension service to international students for a quick, stress-free, and proper application process. They manage, monitor, and follow up on your visa application in a well-timed manner.
4. Earn while you learn
International students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during week days and 40 hours during vacations, while students in doctorial courses can work 40 hours per week on a New Zealand student visa. Students get multiple internships and other practical/job-oriented work opportunities.
5. Post-study work rights in New Zealand
After finishing your course or programme, you can apply for a Post-Study Work Permit (open), under which are eligible to work for 12 months in New Zealand. There is no restrictions in choosing the work field, students can do almost any work they like, for any employer in the country. Once your Post-study work right expires, you can apply for an Employer Assisted Post-study work visa, which relates to a specific job with a specific employer. You can stay in New Zealand to gain work experience for anadditional two years (or 3 years if work experience is required as part of a professional registration).
6. Safe and welcoming environment
New Zealand is one of the safest countries in the world to live with very low crime rates. The country has never seen any major war in their history. In addition, the support service for international students is among the best in the world.
7. Plenty to see and explore while studying in new Zealand
The country has a magnificent lush landscape with unique fauna and flora. You can enjoy the mesmerizing view of rolling green hills, fjords, glaciers, beaches, mountains and so on. New Zealand is a heaven for hikers and trekkers, and natural beauty junkies. Cities are a cosmopolitan mix of cafes, shopping, movies and nightlife.
8. Chance to stayin
After completing your studies in New Zealand if you do not have a job offer, you may be eligible for a Graduate Job Search Work Visa for a maximum duration of 12 months. After getting the job offer letter you can apply for a visa up to 2 or 3 years under the Study to Work category.
9. Numerous Scholarships in New Zealand
The New Zealand Government, universities and private institutions provide numerous scholarships for international students seeking to study in New Zealand.
10. High in cost-effectiveness
New Zealand has the lowest tuition among all other countries study abroad. The country’s education is based on British education system. It is easier for Indian students to blend in New Zealand education system. Moreover, the cost of living in New Zealand is relatively cheaper as compared to other countries.

New Zealand has government universities and polytechnics, along with that there areinstitutes of technology, there are private (not government-funded) tertiary institutes and training providers. As per the latest QS World University Rankings, all the8 universities of New Zealand have sustained their position in the top 3 percent internationally.
The 8 universities in New Zealand are:
• Auckland University of Technology
• University of Canterbury
• Lincoln University
• University of Otago
• University of Auckland
• Massey University
• University of Waikato
• Victoria University of Wellington
The education system of New Zealand mainly focus on both educationalattainment and practical learning, it is rated as one of the best education systems in the world by London’s Legatum Institute. It is based on a 3-tier model. Which includes primary and intermediate schooling, after that secondary schooling (high schools) and the final one is the tertiary education at universities and polytechnics. The nation is ranked as the best-funded education system in the world since, they have the highest percentage of public funding in the education sector.
Universities in New Zealand provide a variety of courses and programmes depending on their area of interest, students can undertake flexible courses.
The country offers numerous options for international students.
• Level 1, 2, 3, and 4- Certificates
• Level 5 and 6 Diplomas
• Level 7 Bachelor’s Degree and graduate diploma
• Level 8 Post Graduate Diploma
• Level 9 Masters Degree
• Level 10 Doctorate/PhD
In every academic level, there are numerous options for students, who wish to study aboard in New Zealand.
New Zealand universities are well-known for the following degrees. You can study at New Zealand, in any of the following academic levels:
• Animation
• Engineering
• Medicine
• Business Studies
• Engineering Forestry
• Hospitality
• IT and Computer Science
• Agriculture
• Art and design
• Nursing
• Trades
• Business management
• Health care
• Sports management
Even though New Zealand Universities provide a wide range of degrees and courses, the country is world renowned for its courses like Information Technology, Computer Science, and Animation. Animation is the most popular course in New Zealand!
Generally, a bachelor’s degree takes three years but if you are planning to do an honours, it will take 4 years of study. However, this rule is not universally applicable in all universities. Hence, it is advisable to check with the university you are planning to apply for foreign study in New Zealand.
Undergraduate Courses
• Graduate Diploma
• Graduate Certificate
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Bachelor’s Degree with Honours
Post Graduate Courses
• Post Graduate Diploma
• Post Graduate Certificate
• Masters Degree
• Doctorates
If you are planning to study in New Zealand, it is always advisable to start sending queries at least 6–8 months before the proposed date of admission. There are two intakes in a year: in January and July. Certain institutions do offer multiple intakes in the month of September and November. They start accepting applications in the August prior to the academic year you are applying for. Depending on the courses the application deadline may vary, hence it is very important to check with the university. Application forms are available online, request it via email or you can collect them from our offices. Application for vocational courses are open in March, April, May, July, and October (do check the university/institution).