Study In New Zealand

Study In New Zealand

New Zealand has an international reputation as a provider of quality education. It has a progressive education system with many state of the art facilities. Courses are available for academic, professional and vocational studies at New Zealand institutions. New Zealand offers a world-class education in a postcard-perfect environment.

Why Study in New Zealand

  • The people - Kiwis are some of the most amazing, loving, and welcoming people that you will ever meet. If you are a stranger, a native New Zealander is going to treat you like you are a friend.
  • The stability - The economy is actually incredibly stable, the cost of living is low, and the government is more stable.
  • The Weather - Nothing can get better than the weather in New Zealand. The winters are mild, with temperatures around 10ºC (50ºF) and slightly wet. In higher altitudes, you will see snow, but it's not common in lower altitudes. In the summers, the climate is warm and dry with temperatures around 25ºC (77ºF).
  • The educational system - The degrees are recognized around the world as being up-to-date and practical. You will get a high quality, hands on education that you deserve.
  • Never run out of things to do - This is an amazing opportunity for anyone who looks for adventure. In New Zealand, there are literally thousands of things to do.
  • Work opportunities - There are plenty of work opportunities available for international students. On a student visa, you are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week through the semester and during vacations you can work up to 40 hours.
  • Ease of visa acquisition and residency - The visa acquisition process is incredibly simple, and unlike many other countries, you will not be rejected right away.

FAQ's About New Zealand

You can apply for the University without IELTS. If the university request IELTS as a condition in offer letter then you will have to do IELTS.
On a student visa, you are allowed to work up to 20 hours a week through the semester and during vacations you can work up to 40 hours. So, instead of having to worry about finances, you get to supplement your education with income. You may even be able to get internships and other practical work. The international studies office at your university can help you find a job to sustain you during your time in New Zealand.
Another great thing is that you can get a permit at the end of your degree program and work for 12 months in the country under a special "work permit" that is alongside your student visa, which is what we'll look at closer in the last point.