Why New Zealand?


We all know New Zealand is a beautify country, but there’s a lot beyond its picturesque landscapes. It is emerging as one of the topmost preferences among Indian students wanting to study abroad.

Top 5 reasons to
study in New Zealand


  • 01 Quality education renowned worldwide
  • 02 Welcoming and Friendly Society
  • 03 1 Year studies + 3 Years work permit
  • 04 PR Opportunities
  • 05 Low tuition fees and value for your money

Intakes


Unlike a single intake in Indian universities, New Zealand University and institutes offer several intakes. Here is an overview of the intakes available in New Zealand.

Major intakes: There are two major intakes in New Zealand:

  • February
  • July

While most Indian students prefer the July intake, February intake is equally good for certain programs. We suggest, if you do not have all your academic and financial documents in place, it is better to skip the haste and apply for the next intake. Admissions for many popular courses are available through the year, also known as Minor intake. The minor intakes are mentioned as below.

  • April
  • May
  • September

Note – Deadlines vary basis institution and your chosen program. Please speak with one of our Student Advisor’s for more information.

Cost of Study in New Zealand


Studying aboard can be an expensive affair. Your tuition fee is your prime expenditure. Your expenditure on tuition fee depends on the type of qualification and university you opt for. There are many high-ranking institute in New Zealand with their own fee structures.

 

An approximate illustration is given below for your reference

 

Study Program Cost in NZD
Undergraduate degree $ 20,000 to 25,000 per year
Postgraduate diploma and degree $ 19,000 to 30,000 per year
MBA $ 30,000 to 45,000 per year
PhD $ 6,500 to 9,000 per year

Note – Above figures are indicative

Education system


Higher education or tertiary education system, 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 theses qualifications are highly sought after and recognised globally.

 

Type of Institution Qualification offered
Universities
  • Undergraduate degree
  • Graduate Certificate
  • Post Graduate Certificates
  • Masters
  • PhD
Institutes of Technology & Polytechnics
  • Diplomas
  • Undergraduate degree
  • Graduate Certificate
  • Post Graduate Certificates
  • Masters
Private Training Establishments (PTEs)
  • Certificates
  • Diplomas
  • Undergraduate degree
  • Graduate Certificate
  • Post Graduate Certificates
  • Masters