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Study In Newzealand

A multicultural nation, which openly invites the students to come and get them educated, New Zealand, is a beautiful place for a person to be into. New Zealand is nowadays has been populated quite amazingly by the people from overseas, mainly European and Asian people. A famous place for tourists, New Zealand has gained an enormous spot in being one of the highly visited tourist places. Apart from the beauty it has, the people of New Zealand highly believe in interacting with other people, mainly the outsiders or the visitors. Being a gem the culture it has, New Zealand is also called the hub of education for the ones who are indeed planning to get themselves educated being abroad.

There are plenty of courses available in New Zealand such as academics, polytechnics, professional and vocational. The people of New Zealand are very much indulged with the term called “culture exchange” due to which they actually feel no difference in the people that come from other countries.

The campuses of the colleges and other educational institutes have a level or a high standard in the way of their teachings and hence attract the students from all around the world, mainly from India, South Africa, Japan, Australia, Nepal and etc. New Zealand guarantees the students for a perfect future with the kind of educational programmers it offers.


Study in Newzealand

AccordNew Zealand is a multicultural nation with top amenities in terms of education. Gaining a spot amongst the highest visited tourist spots, New Zealand has now started becoming a hub for further education.ion Sample Description
Students opting to study in NZ are required to show some amount to INZ for proof that they can actually bear the rates of their education. If they are not able to, then the phenomenon of FTS comes into action.
Being a student in NZ, you can surely work as a part-time employee during the ongoing semester, can work as a full-time employee during vacations. Through this, a student can spare his/her living expenses there.
Working after your qualification in New Zealand, you are allotted a period of 12 months to find a suitable job. If at all you get the job, you can be eligible of the visa for post-study work in NZ. According to Immigration New Zealand, a good student means the following: Good academic history. The gap after the period of study should not be more than 12 months (a year). IELTS score of at least 6.0, or evidence of having met the English language entry requirements for the course of study in New Zealand. Verifiable evidence of funds to meet the educational expenses Regular source of sufficient income of financial guarantors Intended course relevant to educational background or work experience Clear health and character requirement If at all you possess all the qualities in the above criteria, you are counted in the “Positive Profile” by the Immigration New Zealand. The process of visa for the candidates who fall under this category becomes easy.
  • Attendant in supermarket
  • An attendant in small restaurants
  • Opportunities to work in the campus library, computer lab etc
  • Door-to-door marketing opportunities
  • Call center jobs
  • Living Expenses
The students here will only be allowed to work for up to 20 hours at the time of their ongoing semester excluding the vacation period, which can allow them to work as a full-time employee.
You can work for full-time whenever you get a break from the ongoing semester or the academic year. An academic year means a program of study of a minimum of 120 credits during a period of at least eight months that is a minimum of two semesters. The breaks depend upon the holidays that a college gives e.g. winter holidays, Christmas holidays, etc. If your full-time program of study has a duration of at least eight months, and is a minimum of two semesters, but is less than 120 credits, you can work full-time over the Christmas and New Year holiday period. You do not have to have a job offer.
All students on a student visa can work for up to 20 hours a week during the semester and full time during vacations. The minimum wage rate in New Zealand is NZ $14.75 per hour (before taxes) for workers aged over 16. The taxes however can be reclaimed at the end of each financial year through lodging tax returns (values are subject to change in future).
The tuition fees are different for different universities and colleges and vary with courses. We have listed a few courses with the approximate range of annual tuition fees.

Undergraduate Courses

Arts NZ $10,000 – $12,000 per year Business NZ $12,500 – $15,000 per year Science NZ $12,500 – $18,000 per year

Post-graduate Courses

Arts NZ $14,000 – $16,000 per year Business NZ $18,000 – $24,000 per year Science NZ $18,000 – $24,500 per year
The approximate annual living expenses on top of the tuition fees are about NZ $ 12,000 – 15,000, which includes transportation, accommodation, grocery as well as other daily expenses. However, the expenses are different for different people depending on the lifestyles and this is just a rough idea. New Zealand has the lowest cost of living among the most developed countries. (Values mentioned above are as per the latest criteria and are subject to change in the near future.)

Education System of New Zealand

The New Zealand education system, being recognized by British education, offers high quality and world-class education with a perfect balance of theoretical and practical learning. The education providers of New Zealand are categorized under three main categories:  


There are overall 8 universities in New Zealand which are recognized by the government and have all gained an internationally respected academics and research standards. Anyone meeting the criteria of a university can easily apply to get into it as prescribed by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). The criteria for high-level courses are higher compared to other courses, e.g. Medicine and Dentistry. Having a degree from New Zealand can actually raise up your expectations of having a better future in any other country.


Providing a wide range of courses, up to and including the degree-level, there are 20 polytechnics, many of which are called Institutes of Technology. Semester times are roughly equivalent to those for universities but the short courses may start pursuing anytime during the year. There are over 800 private education providers in New Zealand who offer many short-term English Language courses for students who are from abroad. Some private institutes also provide courses in business, computing, and design courses offered in New Zealand


  • Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences
  • Commerce/Administration/Management
  • Computing and Mathematical Sciences
  • Engineering and Science Technology


  • Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences
  • M.B.A.
  • Engineering
  • Qualification Levels and Types

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