Why study in New Zealand

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Why study in New Zealand

If you want to experience the best education with affordable fees, New Zealand is one of the best options. New Zealand is one of the safest and most beautiful countries in the world. With excellent study opportunities world-class education, low cost of living and exclusive facilities the country has become one of the most attractive destinations for international students. New Zealand houses eight universities/institutes that offer more than 40 programs. Management, finance, and engineering are the more demanding courses for students from India. 


Internationally recognized Universities

New Zealand’s Universities and Institutions are internationally recognized and accepted. New Zealand’s qualifications are highly regarded by employers in the world.

All of the 8 New Zealand Universities have found a place in QS World Rankings in 2018. 

Tuition Fees & Expenses

Due to the low studies and living expenses, a lot of Indian students choose to study in New Zealand. In August 2019, first-time student visas from India to New Zealand universities showed an increase of 63%. The living expenses in New Zealand are cheaper than other studies abroad destinations like Canada, the UK, the U.S, and Australia. Fresh Food, accommodation options, and transport facilities are easily available at affordable costs in the country.

Approximate Cost of the Course at Universities:

  • Undergraduate – $18000 – $25000

  • Post Graduate – $25,000 – $40000


Quality Learning

The New Zealand education system is based on the British education model. New Zealand’s higher education programs are well known for their quality of teaching and advanced facilities. The government of New Zealand has excellent quality assurance systems to monitor and ensure quality education. Students can immensely benefit with their practical oriented education and excellent teaching standards. 

Minimal Requirements

New Zealand Universities have minimal entry requirements for many programs. There is not much competition to get admission to a university whether it is a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or postgraduate diploma courses in New Zealand. Students with passing marks and moderate grades can study there easily. Also, there is no age bar to study in New Zealand.

The international students seeking admission in New Zealand Universities can pay the tuition fee after they get student visa approval for New Zealand.

Safe and Stable Society

New Zealand is a safe and stable country with a very nice lifestyle. According to the Global Peace Index 2017, New Zealand is the second safest peaceful and safe country out of 163 countries in the world.

Study and work

Students want to work while studying to meet their living expenses and get experience. Students studying in New Zealand can work while studying. With a student visa, students can work 20 hours weekly during the study and full time during scheduled holidays. There are many part-time opportunities available in sectors like retail, hospitality, banking, finance, etc. Some students find a part-time job in their specific university.

The abundance of job opportunities

According to Chris Whelan, the executive director of Universities New Zealand, after graduation, 97% of the students get employed and 90% of them get into job profiles that are relevant to the course they've pursued.

Great scope for Ph.D. scholars

Along with the vast research opportunities, as a Ph.D. student, you would enjoy additional privileges. You’ll be eligible to pay the same tuition fee as locals and unlike other degree students, you can work full-time during your studies. 

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New Zealand Student Visa requirements and process

The New Zealand govt offers the opportunity for international students to study in their country. To get on board you need to have a student visa.

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