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It is said that every day in the world begins in New Zealand. The reason being that, New Zealand is located right at the edge of the world in the South western Pacific Ocean and is the first place to see the sun rise. New Zealand is around the size of Great Britain and Japan. Green hills to golden sand beaches then rain forest all within few hours' drive. The climate in New Zealand is temperate with temperature between 10 to 15ºC in winters and 20 to 30ºC in summers.

New Zealand is increasingly becoming the first choice for education for international students. University of Auckland features in the top 100 universities in the QS world university rankings and the University of Otago in the top 200.

New Zealand's universities perform very highly on a global level. Many feature in international university rankings like the Times Higher Education Supplement Top 500 and the Shanghai Jiao Tong Top 500.

In New Zealand, every student enjoys a supportive learning environment. With relatively small class sizes, students receive more personalised attention from their teachers than they do in other parts of the world.

NZ has been a popular study option amongst Indian students for many reasons. New Zealand is Beautiful, Safe, Friendly place to live. New Zealand enjoys temperate climate which is moderated by the sea's surrounding. Many famous cities like Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch are in New Zealand.

It is the first country in the world to declare itself as a nuclear free zone. The environment is green, clean and uncrowded with a small populations and wide open spaces.

Quality Education
World Class international Education, High Ranked Institutes Studies in New Zealand are accredited by NZQA (New Zealand Qualifications Authority) which ensures the quality of education.

Affordable Studies
New Zealand offers a range of competitive programs for students when considering tuition fees, Cost of living and other costs like visa, health cover & additional expense.A genuine student has an opportunity to apply even if refused for visa from any other country.

Easy Admission Process
Payment of Tuition Fees after Visa Approval- You need to pay your fees for New Zealand colleges only after you get you AIP or visa approval.

One Day old Funds are acceptable
One Day old Funds are acceptable under FTS (Funds Transfer Scheme) for NZ Visa.

Students with Dependant can apply
Student can apply with spouse and spouse / Dependent can all to work Full time for level 7 and above courses.

Quick & Easy process to get Permanent Residency (PR)

Types of Educational Institutes in New Zealand

• Universities University education was established in New Zealand in 1870 and has a similar tradition to the British university system. There are eight state-funded universities in New Zealand, all of them internationally respected for their academic and research performance.
• Polytechnics New Zealand Polytechnics, and Institutes of Technology, are state funded and provide education and training at all levels ranging from introductory studies through to PG programmes
• Polytechnics and Institutes of Technology are efficient tertiary providers offering programmes which can be both academically and vocationally focused. Polytechnics offer diverse courses like Arts and Design, Travel & Tourism, Hospitality etc.
• Private Institutes In 1989, amendments to the Education Act in New Zealand enabled the private tertiary sector to award degrees through the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). The key to the legitimacy of the private degree providers is their relationship with the NZQA which has responsibility for course accreditation. The mission of the private degree providers is to provide a quality service to their students and a range of skills of value in the work environment.

New Zealand Study Level of courses:

  •      Diplomas are level 5 and 6

  •      Bachelor's degrees and Graduate Certificate/ Diploma are level 7

  •      Postgraduate certificates & Diplomas, and Bachelor's degrees with honours are level 8

  •      Master's degrees are level 9

  • English Language Requirements – Low IELTS Score / No IELTS - Where a student can get admission on low IELTS scores,IELTS can be waived if student completed his/her schooling in ENGLISH Medium*


    • Main Intakes : February, July and November
    • Few Institutes/ Polytechnics and Private Colleges have rolling intakes

    There are eight universities in New Zealand, offering a wide range of tertiary education. They are:

    • Auckland University of Technology

    • Lincoln University

    • Massey University

    • University of Auckland

    • University of Canterbury

    • University of Otago

    • University of Waikato

    • Victoria University of Wellington

    Tuition Fees & Cost of Living
    Study cost in New Zealand varies from course to course and Institute to Institute.

    An Undergraduate level which includes Diploma, Bachelors and Graduate diploma can cost anywhere between NZ$ 15000 to NZ $ 25000 per year.

    The Masters and Postgraduate diploma can cost NZ$ 18,000 to NZ$ 36,000per year.

    Living cost in New Zealand will vary between NZ $ 10,000 to NZ $ 12,000 per year. Earning during study International students enrolled in a tertiary programme of study are eligible to work upto 20 hours per week during the academic year. Students can work full time (40 hrs) in New Zealand only during the summer holidays. The average wage for part time jobs is between NZ$12 - NZ$15 per hour. Post Study Work Rights and Permanent residence.

    Students are eligible to apply for Post Graduate Job Search Visa for up to 12 Months after studies in New Zealand

    If a student gets a job in their field of education in New Zealand they are entitled to a 2 years' work visa.

    If you have the required skills and job you can even apply for Permanent residence.

    Popular Courses

    •      Universities across New Zealand offer education in many fields and also give you opportunity to study in the world's best institutions.

    •      Agriculture / Horticulture / Dairy Technology

    •      Food Science

    •      Bio Technology

    •      Arts & Design

    •      Business Administration

    •      Finance & Economics

    •      Engineering

    •      Fashion & Textile

    •      Hotel Management, Culinary/Pastry/Cookery

    •      Information Technology

    •      Management & Commerce

    •      Physical Education and Sports

    •      Psychology, Counseling and Social Sciences

    •      Research, PHD

    •      Medical, Nursing, Pharmacy & Health

    •      Mass Communication

    •      Advertising & Communication

    •      Chef Program

    •      Education

    •      Environmental Science

    •      Finance & Commerce

    •      Informatics and Business Systems

    •      Law

    •      Dentistry & Health

    •      Politics and Policy

    •      Tourism

    •      Science & Technology

    •      Sports Management

    •      Public Administration