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New Zealand

Welcome to New Zealand, where peaceful vibes and warm welcomes await you! Ranked as the world’s second most peaceful country, we take pride in offering high-quality education at stable fees. Our renowned universities are globally recognized, and the lively city life harmonizes seamlessly with the pristine, green landscapes, making it the ultimate destination. Explore the charm of New Zealand – a perfect balance of tranquility, top-notch education, and stunning scenery. Your journey to a vibrant academic experience starts here!

WHY STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND

  • AFFORDABLE COST OF EDUCATION
  • WORLD CLASS EDUCATION
  • WARM AND WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT
  • WORLD LEADING COURSES AND DEGREES
  • HIGH QUALITY LIVING CONDITIONS
  • OPPERTUNITIES FOR WORK PERMIT AND MIGRATION
  • VERY HOSPITABLE PEOPLE
  • FEE PAYMENT ONLY ON VISA APPROVAL
  • PAID INTERNSHIP FOR HOSPITALITY PROGRAMS
  • LARGE NO OF INDIANS ARE ACCEPTED BY THIS COUNTRY IN THE PAST FEW YEARS
  • ASSOCIATION WITH FRESH THINKERS
  • BRITISH EDUCATION SYSTEM

1. Peaceful Environment: New Zealand is ranked as the second most peaceful country globally, providing a safe and secure atmosphere for students to focus on their studies.

2. High-Quality Education: The country is home to world-renowned universities with a strong emphasis on academic excellence, offering a wide range of programs and degrees.

3. Stable Fees: New Zealand provides a stable and predictable fee structure, making it easier for students to plan and manage their finances throughout their academic journey.

4. Internationally Recognized Universities: The country boasts high-ranking universities on the global stage, ensuring that your degree is respected and recognized worldwide.

5. Vibrant City Life: Experience the best of both worlds with lively city life and a welcoming community, providing a diverse and enriching cultural experience.

6. Clean and Green Landscape: Immerse yourself in the stunning natural beauty of New Zealand, known for its picturesque landscapes, making it an ideal environment for relaxation and outdoor activities.

7. Innovative Teaching Approaches: New Zealand universities adopt progressive and innovative teaching methods, fostering critical thinking and practical skills that are valued in the global job market.

8. English-Speaking Country: Studying in an English-speaking country enhances language skills and communication, providing an added advantage in today’s globalized world.

9. Research Opportunities: New Zealand is a hub for research and innovation, offering students opportunities to engage in cutting-edge research projects across various disciplines.

10.Work Opportunities: The country provides post-study work opportunities, allowing students to gain valuable work experience and potentially transition to long-term employment after completing their studies.

New zealand education system

In New Zealand, your education qualifications are managed by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Here’s a breakdown of the education system:

1. Universities:

   – New Zealand has 8 universities funded by the government.

   – These universities are open to anyone who meets the entrance qualifications set by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA).

   – They offer a wide range of degree programs and are recognized globally for their quality education.

2. Polytechnics (Institutes of Technology):

   – There are 20 polytechnics in New Zealand, also known as Institutes of Technology.

   – These institutions focus on practical, hands-on training and offer a diverse range of courses, particularly in technical and vocational fields.

3. Private Training Institutions:

   – With over 800 private education providers, there are many options for students.

   – These institutions specialize in short-term courses, especially in English language training for international students.

   – They provide a flexible and diverse range of programs to cater to specific learning needs.

ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENT

  • UNDER GRADUATE DIPLOMA – 6.0 WITH NO BOND LESS THAN 5.5
  • BACHELORS – 6.0 WITH NO BOND LESS THAN 5.5
  • GRADUATE DIPLOMA – 6.0 WITH NO BOND LESS THAN 5.5
  • POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA – 6.5 WITH NO BOND LESS THAN 6.0
  • MASTERS – 6.5 WITH NO BOND LESS THAN 6.0

WORK RIGHTS AND STAYBACKS

  • New Zealand allows full-time students to have a part-time job. These students can work for    20 hours a week, 40 hours during vacation
  • Undergraduate Diploma and graduate diploma are providing a stay back of 1 years
  • Bacholers, Masters and PhD are providing a stay back of 3 years

COST OF EDUCATION IN NEW ZEALAND

COST OF STUDY- UG COURSES RANGE FROM NZ $ 15,000- NZ $ 20,000+

COST OF LIVING-  APPROX NZ $ 10,000

 INTAKE-   FEBRUARY, JULY

SCHOLARSHIPS

New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarships

New Zealand Excellence Awards (NZEA)

Wellington International Excellence Scholarship

University of Waikato Tauranga Bursary

University of Waikato International Excellence Scholarship

FAQ

1.What all are the prominent courses in  New Zealand?

Engineering and Technology,Business and Economics,Science and Mathematics,Medicine and Healthcare,Social Sciences,Humanities and Arts,Environmental Sciences,Information Technology,Language and Cultural Studies,Hospitality and Tourism

2.Which all are the main provinces in New Zealand?

New Zealand is divided into regions rather than provinces. Some main regions includes North Island Regions AND South Island Regions.These regions contribute to the diverse landscapes and cultural aspects of New Zealand.

3. Is it difficult to get part time jobs in New Zealand  ?

Part-time job availability in New Zealand varies by location, industry demand, and personal circumstances. Proficiency in English and relevant skills enhances prospects, but competition and demand influence ease of finding employment. Students should actively seek opportunities online and at job fairs.

4. Will there be campus selection in the universities of New Zealand  ?

In New Zealand universities, campus placements are uncommon. Students are encouraged to independently seek internships and jobs through external channels like job fairs and online platforms, as on-campus recruitment is not a standard practice.

5.Can a student with backlogs apply for New Zealand  study?

Having backlogs may impact the admission process for studying in New Zealand. New Zealand universities often have specific academic requirements, and some programs may consider a certain level of academic performance. It’s crucial to check the admission criteria of the desired program and university.

 6.Is  New Zealand an affordable country for students?

New Zealand is generally considered affordable for students, offering a range of living costs and tuition fees. While tuition fees can be moderate to high, particularly for international students, the living costs can vary depending on the city and lifestyle. Additionally, part-time work opportunities are available. Careful budgeting, exploring scholarships, and utilizing part-time work options can contribute to managing costs for students in New Zealand.

7. Does the universities of  New Zealand  provide accommodation for students ?

New Zealand universities may assist in finding accommodation, but they typically do not directly provide housing for students. Universities often offer guidance, maintain lists of available housing options, or have partnerships with local accommodation providers. Students are generally responsible for securing their own housing, and it’s advisable to start the search early due to demand for accommodations, especially in popular cities for education.

8.Is it possible to study in the universities of New Zealand  without IELTS/ PTE / TOEFL ?

While many universities in New Zealand typically require English language proficiency tests such as IELTS, PTE, or TOEFL, some institutions may offer alternative pathways. This can include completing an English language program at the same institution or achieving specified academic qualifications. It’s important to check the specific language requirements of the chosen university and program, as policies can vary. Always verify the accepted alternatives and requirements for English proficiency

9.How long will it take to get the PR in New Zealand?

The timeframe to secure Permanent Residency (PR) in New Zealand varies depending on factors like visa type, eligibility, and Immigration New Zealand’s processing time. Generally, it can take months to years. For the latest and most accurate information based on your situation, it is recommended to consult the official Immigration New Zealand website or a licensed immigration advisor.

10. How long is the processing time for New Zealand study ?

The processing time for a New Zealand study visa typically ranges from 4 to 6 weeks, but this can vary based on factors like application completeness, program type, and application volume. To get the most accurate and current information, it is recommended to check the official Immigration New Zealand website.

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