Why Choose

New Zealand?

  • Worldwide Recognition of Educational Programs
  • Non-University Programs Approved by NZQA
  • Affordable Education
  • High Visa Success Rate
  • High Standard of Living
  • Beautiful Country with Pristine Environment
  • Secure and Healthy Environment
  • Natural Beauty Extended to All Universities’ Campuses
  • Multicultural Society
  • Ample Post-Study Opportunities

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Reasons to Study in New Zealand

Here are some of the top reasons to choose New Zealand as your destination for higher education!

  • Eight (8) of New Zealand's universities rank among top 3% globally and have found a place in the latest 2016 - 2017 QS World University Rankings as well.
  • The programs and courses offered by the state-funded universities go through stringent quality checks.
  • New Zealand has 8 state-funded universities, 18 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPS) that offer vocational degree level courses and 550+ Private Training Establishments (PTEs)/English language schools that again provide vocational courses.
  • Nearly 97% of the graduate students get employed and 90% of students secure job profiles relevant to their courses.
What We Offer?
  • Easy, hassle-free New Zealand study visa process
  • Experienced and trusted student visa consultants
  • Expert counsellors with end-to-end knowledge of New Zealand student visa requirements
  • Assured best and most affordable service
  • Assured* admission in desired top New Zealand universities and colleges
  • Huge scholarships for deserving students
Best & Most Preferred Locations in New Zealand

Though there are many cities wherein one can easily get educated with the world-class facilities, infrastructure and resources, below are some that are preferred by most of the students going to New Zealand.

Auckland

Hamilton

Hastings

Wellington

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Education Levels Offered
  • Undergraduate Degrees
    • Arts | Humanities | Social Sciences
    • Commerce | Administration | Management
    • Computing and Mathematical Sciences
    • Engineering and Science Technology
  • Bachelor’s Degrees
    • Arts | Humanities | Social Sciences
    • M.B.A.
    • Engineering
  • Vocational Courses (VET)
  • Diploma & Advance Diploma
  • Other
Eligibility Requirements
  • Bachelor Programs
    • 60% and above in HSC
    • IELTS 6 (5.5)
  • Masters Programs
    • 60% and above in Bachelors
    • IELTS 6.5 (6)
    • Certain institutions may ask for work experience
  • Student with lower scores can be eligible for pathway programs leading to main programs
    • IELTS 5.5 (5) for Diploma and Advanced Diploma
  • Other
Steps to apply

Prepare

Take IELTS/PTE
Shortlist Provider

Enrol

Choose Program & Provider
Get Visa

Fly

Land in New Zealand
Study & Work
Cost of Education and Living

Cost of Education and Living

On an average, an Indian student spends anywhere from $600 to $800 per month as living expenses in New Zealand. This generally includes shared accommodation, food, entertainment, transportation, etc.

Cost of Education

New Zealand is high value for money when it comes to education! It’s much more affordable as compared to other developed nations like U.S.A., U.K., Canada and Australia.

Though the tuition cost depends entirely on the program and provider you choose, below is an average indication of how much a course may cost. Please note that the costs mentioned below are per year.

  • Diploma/Advanced Diploma – $12,000 to $18,000
  • Bachelor’s Degree – $18,000 to $25,000
  • Graduate Diploma – $16,000 to $22,000
  • Master’s Degree – $21,000 to $30,000
  • Doctoral – $8,000
Funds Requirement & Evidence

Students are expected to have sufficient funds to pay their tuition fees and living expenses in New Zealand.

Funds Requirement & Evidence
  • Bank Savings Balance
  • Fixed Deposits
  • Provident Funds
  • Postal Savings
  • Education Loan

 

Entities Not Considered as Evidence of Funds
  • Share Market Investments
  • Properties
  • Gold
Funds Transfer Scheme
  • This is an optional scheme that can be used by students who do not have maintained funds for 6 months.
  • In this, the student has to make $15,000 secure investment deposit with ANZ Bank in New Zealand.
  • Student can withdraw $1,250 (plus interest) every month for a 12-month period from this deposit.
  • These funds can be used to pay for living expenses while in New Zealand. Full investment of $15,000 is returned/refunded at the end of 12 months.
Student Work Rights

Here’s some important information on during and post-study work rights for students.

During Session/Holidays
  • Students are permitted to work up to 20 hours per week in session and unlimited hours during holidays.
  • No limit on working hours for dependent family members
  • No limit on working hours if enrolled for postgraduate diploma or higher-level course.
Post-Study Work Visa
  • Open – This visa gives up to 12 months to get a job in a field related to studies. Student may work in any job to support themselves while looking for relevant job.
  • Employer-Assisted– This visa lets the student stay in New Zealand to gain work experience for a further two years (or three years if work experience is required as part of a professional registration). This visa relates to a specific job with a specific employer.
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