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Study In New Zealand

Studying in New Zealand is an excellent way to secure globally recognized education that offers unparallel opportunities for great learning and experience their lifestyle. The Quality of life in New Zealand is great for which it has become the world’s one of the best places to live and study. Discover more what your dream destination has to offer you and what many things it is famous for:

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    Why New Zealand?

    • New Zealand is the world’s second most peaceful country.
    • New Zealand teachers have been ranked the fourth most professional teachers in the world.
    • New Zealand has been rated as the “top performing country” owing to its high-quality education system. (OECD 2013 Better Life Index Rates)
    • All universities in New Zealand are ranked amongst the world’s best universities. (QS World University ranking)
    • New Zealand is the least corrupt country in the world.
    • The lively environment with the world’s best facilities is another reason that makes it the most preferred destination to study.

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    List Of Some Of The Popular Universities Of New Zealand

    • University of Auckland
    • Victoria University of Wellington
    • University of Canterbury
    • University of Otago
    • University of Waikato
    • Auckland University of Technology
    • Lincoln University
    • Massey University

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    Earn while you work

    You need a study Visa if you are going to study New Zealand for more than three months. A student visa allows you to work up to twenty hours per week through a semester. You can also work up to forty hours per week during your vacations. This is the one of the strongest reason that attracts countless students from different countries to New Zealand as students can earn while they work and support their finances.

    You can also work for a period of 12 months after completing your graduation. If your Job and studies are related then you can apply for a Permanent Residency.

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    Select what course you want to study

    Whether it is a bachelor’s degree you are looking for or masters or doctoral-level studies or any certificate or diploma that you have been planning to receive, there is nothing that this country has not to offer. New Zealand offers studies at all levels.

    Popular courses you can choose from are:

    • HUMANITIES
    • AGRICULTURE
    • EDUCATION
    • HEALTH SCIENCES
    • ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING, AND CONSTRUCTION
    • MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING
    • SCIENCE
    • ENGINEERING
    • DENTISTRY
    • CREATIVE ARTS AND DESIGN
    • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND LAWS
    • HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
    • COMPUTER SCIENCE AND IT
    • LAW
    • NURSING
    • MEDICINE

    THIS LIST IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE. FOR MORE DETAILS, PLEASE VISIT OUR OFFICE IN CHANDIGARH.

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    Plan your finances and budget

    New Zealand is a perfect place for international students for their studies due to its low cost. Fees and cost of living in New Zealand are quite low when compared with other countries.

    Tution fees-

    Diploma Courses- NZ$ 15,000 to NZ$ 20,000 per annum

    Bachelor’s degrees -NZ$ 16,000 to NZ$ 21,000 per annum

    Master’s degrees- NZ$ 22,000 to NZ$ 30000 per annum

    Accommodation cost: 

    Living cost varies from place to place. It depends on what place you choose to live in. You will, however, have to prove in your “ Application for Student Visa” that you can support your living expenses during your stay in New Zealand for your studies. If your stay will be less than 12 months period then you must have minimum $1250 for each month to bear your living expenses. If your stay will be up to one year you will have to show minimum $15000 in your bank account for the 1st year.

    Apart from the above-mentioned estimates, you will also have to keep in mind the other expenses that you will have to incur in respect of food, transport, power, internet, mobile bills etc

    Note: Kindly note that these expenses are just indicative and may vary from time to time and place to place.

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    Apply for your chosen programme or course

    So you have decided what programme or course you want to study. After this step, you would be required to apply to study at the school or college or university you are planning to study. You will have to submit all the academic documents, a copy of your passport, your IELT’s score etc along with your application form to the school or college or university. It is only after receiving a letter from the respective college or university that you will be required to pay fees.

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    Apply for your Study Visa

    Documents you will require:

    • Resume
    • Statement of Purpose
    • Passport copy
    • Official IELT’s Score Sheet or Any other English language Proficiency test score.
    • Waiver of IELT’S or TOEFL is possible in certain cases.
    • Mark sheets of School / University and Passing Certificates
    • Birth Certificate
    • Proof of sufficient funds to cover your cost of travel, cost of living and tuition fees.
    • Health Insurance
    • Letter of acceptance from university where you are planning to study etc

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    Be prepared to go

    You are set to go and live and explore your dream destination.

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