WHY STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND?
A country that guarantees adventure yet a relaxed pace of life, with a population of only 4.6 million, it’s the place to be. Lush-green forests, snow-capped mountains, pristine beaches and white sand beaches offer you a lot more than breathtaking experiences. Awarded as the World’s second most peaceful country by Global Peace Index in2017, it offers and friendly and safe environment. With the government agencies monitoring the quality of the education system consistently, it is becoming better than ever with state of art facilities, research-centered courses and globally recognized and valued qualifications. With moderate entry requirements and Permanent Residency option, New Zealand is rapidly carving a niche for itself in the competitive business arena.
The following qualifications are provided by the universities in New Zealand-
- Certificates/Diplomas- 1 year
- Bachelors Degree- 3-4 years
- Masters Degree- 1-2 years
- Doctoral Degree- 3 years
COST OF STUDY-
Upon doing a comparative analysis, without sacrificing on the quality of education, the cost of studying is approximately half than that of UK or USA.
Depending upon the course and the institution, it’s approximately around 11,000 NZD$ to 30,000 NZD$ annually.
Depending upon the lifestyle and the location of the student, the expenses add up to round 700 NZD$ to 1000 NZD$ a month.
February and July are the major intake months but certain institutions have September as well.
The academic requirements vary as per the course and institution.
Language proficiency is to be undertaken compulsorily, the score requirements depend per case.
International students get the same legal minimum rights and entitlements as a native of New Zealand does.
An international student holding a student visa is allowed to work 20 hours per week during term-time and full-time during scheduled holidays.