- Why Study in New Zealand?
- New Zealand Education System
- Global Recognition
- Admission procedure
- Cost of Education & Living
Study in New Zealand
New Zealand is a wealthy island nation, dominated by two cultural groups: New Zealanders of European descent; and the Maori, the descendants of Polynesian settlers, in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It truly is one of the most picturesque and photogenic places on earth. Agriculture is the economic mainstay, but manufacturing and tourism are important.
Capital – Wellington
Language - English and Maori
Currency - New Zealand Dollar (NZ$)
Why Study in New Zealand
New Zealand Qualifications are highly respected and recognized worldwide with
All 8 Universities in Top 3% in the World. It offers rich study exposure, a safe and clean environment, with Practical hands on learning.The tuition fees and living expenses are affordable when compared to other developed countries.
Student wellbeing: It is regarded as amongst the best places in the world to live in and is ranked the 3rd Most Peaceful Country, according to the Global Peace Index.
Practical hands-on learning.
New Zealand Education System
The New Zealand government’s Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students sets out the fair and ethical practices and support systems, the education providers must have before enrolling international students. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) ensures all education providers are meeting the code’s requirements.
New Zealand’s education system is modern, responsive and world-class. It is a combination of traditional principles with innovation, creativity and up to date inputs - equipped for the 21st century. Students in New Zealand are supported to solve problems, process information, work with others, create and innovate. Whichever level you’re studying at, New Zealand education services and products are sought after around the world and can give you a high-quality education that will enable you to achieve your goals.
For all programs, the admission is based on the marks scored and English proficiency. Along with the academic documents English proficiency tests like IELTS/TOEFL/PTE scores are required to get the admission.
International Students are required to meet the overall score (6.5 IELTS or 80 TOEFL or 58 PTE).
Major Intakes: February and July.
Cost of Education & Living
Cost of Education
The Approximate fees for different programs can be: (AUD per annum)
Cert/Diploma - 10000- 20000 NZ$
Bachelor's Degree - 22000- 37000 NZ$
Master's degree - 27,000 - 33,000 NZ$
Cost of Living
Approximate living expenses AUD per annum $NZ15,000 International students are able to work part time while they study, allowing them to offset part of the living costs.
Part Time Job
International students on a student visa are allowed to work part-time up to 20 hours a week during classes and full-time on scheduled holidays.
Scholarships are granted on Merit.
All Universities have an arrangement of student accommodation near their campus. Students may choose to stay in an on-campus accommodation or opt for flats/ apartments/ Home stay options off campus on sharing basis-as per need and budget.