Study in New-Zealand 

The land of kiwis, New Zealand, is spectacularly beautiful with its lush green farmlands, barren and active volcanic desert areas, beaches with crystal clear blue water, glorious snow-capped mountains, and unique wildlife. Movies like The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit have been filmed in various locations in New Zealand.

Its capital Wellington and other major cities like Auckland and Christchurch are a few of the most popular cities of the country. It mostly has temperatures that can vary from being cold to warm due to a strong oceanic influence. But, due to its extremely diverse topography, microclimates can be found across the country.

Admissions Procedure

For all undergraduate programs, the admission is based on the marks scored in HSC with IELTS or TOEFL. To get admission in Master Program valid university degrees once can apply to different universities. There are no application fees to apply. The admission application and document is easier than any other foreign countries.

Accommodation Facilities

International students live on-campus in Halls of Residence, while others opt for a home stay with a local family, or live with friends in a rented flat /apartment / house. There are plenty of options available near all the institutes and university campuses. The student may select the type of accommodation as per need and budget.

Cost of education

Diploma / Advanced Diploma- 14,000 - 19,000 NZD per year

Bachelors – 18000 to 30000 NZD per year

Masters – 19000 to 32000 NZD per year

 work Prospects

All International students are allowed to work for 20 hours per week, during study sessions and full-time during vacations during their stay in New Zealand. It is the only country that provides a one year job search visa, regardless of the course pursued by a student

Permanent Residency

During the Job search visa the international student may plan their work visa and then after as per the skilled occupation list they can plan the further stay.