About New Zealand
New Zealand is one of the safest and most beautiful countries in the world. With excellent study opportunities and world-class education, it has become one of the most attractive destinations for international students. Due to its low cost of living and exclusive facilities, large number of international students choose to study in New Zealand every year.
Studying in New Zealand gives you a first-class academic education combined with the practical, hands-on learning that teaches you to think critically. High-quality tertiary education is available throughout the country, and all eight of universities are ranked in the top 100 universities in the world in one or more subjects in the 2016 QS World University Rankings.
- Capital: Wellington
- Currency: New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
- Language: English and Maori
- Major Intakes: January, July, September and November
- Major Cities: Hamilton, Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, Nelson
Why New Zealand?
- British Based Education System
- Quality Education
- Lenient Admission Requirement
- Warm and Welcoming Environment
- Upto 3 Years Open Study Work Visa
- Wide Range of Study Options
- Apply with Dependent
- Immigration Options
Quality and Ranking
- All New Zealand universities are ranked amongst the world’s best by QS World University Rankings.
- New Zealand universities rank in the world’s top 100 in 65 subjects in the 2020 QS World University Rankings.
- The OECD 2013 Better Life Index rates NZ as a “top performing country” for the quality of its education system.
ITPs (Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics)
- There are 16 ITPs throughout New Zealand, with over 157,000 students gaining qualifications in all kinds of industries.
- ITPs provide high-quality qualifications and training focused on practical skills and hands-on experience.
- ITPs teach in facilities that mirror real-world situations and workplaces.
Types of Educational Instructions
- Universities – There are 8 Government-funded Universities providing undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs.
- Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) – A popular option is to study at one of the 16 government funded Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics. They offer a wide variety of programs which are both academically and vocationally focused.
- Private Tertiary and Training Establishments – There are a growing number of private tertiary and training providers offering courses in a diverse range of subjects including arts, hospitality, computer studies, secretarial studies, quality management, ecotourism and others.
The Education Systems
|8||Postgraduates Diplomas and Certificates, Bachelor Degree with Honors|
|7||Bachelor Degrees, Graduate Diplomas and Certificates|
Student Work Rights
- Eligible students can work up to 20 hours in any given week during study time and 40 hours during holidays.
- Students undertaking a course of 12 months or more may work full-time during the holidays.
- The spouse of a student is eligible to work full time for the duration of the study course, only if the student is studying a full-time course of Level 7 or 8 in areas as specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List. However, partners of students on study course of Level 9 and above can work full time without any such condition
For more information CLICK HERE.