STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND

  • All eight universities of New Zealand consistently rank high in QS World Rankings* and Times Higher Education Rankings, and qualifications from any of these are accredited across the globe, opening doors to prospects everywhere.
  • The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) also ensures that institutions are registered to enrol international students and comply with qualifications standards.
  • New Zealand focuses on research-based teaching, which means you will learn dealing with situations in a systematic and an organised manner.
  • The country boasts of highly experienced faculty, well-equipped laboratories, access to latest technology, equipments, and opportunities.
  • Its innovative spirit has made it a hub of new technologies, research and development in various fields such as healthcare, physics, geology, engineering, astronomy, computer science, agriculture, etc.
  • The country boasts of highly experienced faculty, well-equipped laboratories, access to latest technology, equipments, and opportunities.
  • Its innovative spirit has made it a hub of new technologies, research and development in various fields such as healthcare, physics, geology, engineering, astronomy, computer science, agriculture, etc.
  • New Zealand ranks second on the Global Peace Index 2018.
  • As an international student in New Zealand, you can work for up to 20 hours every week during your semesters and full-time during breaks. In fact, if you’re pursuing research masters or a doctoral degree, you will be allowed to work full-time.

EDUCATION SYSTEM

  • The highest level of education and qualifications at all levels is provided by the universities which offers both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
  • There are many flexible pathway programs as well that are provided by a variety of institutions in the system to help gain admission into these universities.
  • New Zealand also has many lot of Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) and Private Training Establishments (PTEs) that offer vocational degree-level education, certification and diploma.
  • New Zealand offers advanced degrees, which can be categorised under bachelors, masters and doctoral.
  • New Zealand has eight funded universities that offer higher degree-level education, 16 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) offering vocational courses degree and over 700 Private Training Establishments (PTEs) offering certificates or diplomas.
  • All of these qualifications are highly sought after and recognised globally. Teaching may take place in large group lectures or small group tutorials.

Type of institution

Qualification offered

Universities Undergraduate degree, postgraduate diploma/degree, PhD
Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) Graduate diploma, postgraduate diploma, certificates
Private Training Establishments (PTEs) Certificate, diploma

 

Top 10 universities in New Zealand

  • The University of Auckland
  • University of Otago
  • University of Canterbury
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Waikato
  • Massey University
  • Lincoln University
  • Auckland University of Technology
  • Manukau Insitute
  • Ara Institute of Canterbury
  • Auckland University Of Technology
  • Taylor college auckland
  • Massey University
  • The Unversity Of Auckland
  • University Of Waikato
  • UCOL

Documents required:

  • Valid passport – Your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond your period of stay in New Zealand
  • Completed Student Visa Application Form (INZ 1012)
  • Application fee payment receipt, as you are required to pay 295 NZD + Rs. 690 (approximately) before your interview
  • An offer of a place – You need to have an offer of a place from a New Zealand institute/university. The forms are usually issued after the tuition fees have been received
  • Letter from your current institution confirming status as a study abroad student
  • Health insurance receipt
  • You may be required to show Health and Character certificates, to prove that your intention of staying in New Zealand is genuine
  • Two passport-sized photographs
  • Note: Additional documentation may be required. During the personal interview, additional documents may be requested by the interviewer. These may be documents to prove evidence of academic or financial status.
  • Transcripts, diplomas, degrees, or certificates from schools you attended
  • Scores from tests that your college required, such as TOEFLGRE, or GMAT

Academic Year

  • New Zealand offers two intakes under its higher education programs – July and February.
  • Admissions for vocational courses may also be available in March, April and May while pathway programs may have additional dates available.

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