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Study in New Zealand

Education provides the platform to defeat all barriers. It’s been said by Leo Buscaglia that, “change is the result of all true learning.” Planning to Study Abroad is a wise decision as it enables you to grab better standing and growth in your career. The geographical description of Newzealand comprises of two main landmasses—the North Island (TeIka-a-M?ui), and the South Island (TeWaipounamu)—and around 600 smaller islands. Owing to this reason for its remoteness, it was one of the last lands to be settled by humans. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington, although its region Auckland in densely populated.

 

Economy:

New Zealand follows a ‘free-market’ economy which is highly developed. It is 53 rd largest economies across the world when measured by nominal gross product; however, when assessed on the purchasing power parity its position is 68th globally.

 

Academic Excellence:

The educational system in New Zealand is extremely wide in range and is excellent in the world. New Zealand holds the highest level of literacy rate, science and mathematics in the nation, according to a survey. The government of this nation invests on a huge level in their education system and it is one of the best-funded in the world. Many Surveys reveal and state this nation as a number one education destination in the world.

 

Quality Education:

The education is determined with strong quality assurance systems across the boards. It creates a consistency that gives you the flexibility to pick the institution you want, in the city or town that interests you most, knowing that you will get a quality education. Universities are quality assured by Universities of New Zealand. It’s responsible for monitoring and maintaining standards and approving the qualifications of each university.

 

Cost of Education:

The expense of the tuition fee depends on the type of qualification and university or school you choose for. There are many high-ranking universities and colleges in New Zealand with their fee structures. Major universities in New Zealand extend on-campus residence facilities called the Halls of Residence to overseas students. The most affordable option is to dwell on-campus, although, you have to apply for the same separately, and before time to secure an assured slot for yourself.

 

Duration of courses:

In New Zealand, it depends on the institutions that how much they will charge from the student as tuition fees. This implies that the payment will be different depending on your institution of choice. International students can expect to pay between $22,000 and $32,000 for a bachelor’s degree
and between $26,000 and $37,000 for a postgraduate course. However, if you choose a course such as medicine, engineering or veterinary science, your fees are likely to be augmented. All Ph.D. students pay the same, which is $6,500 to $9,000 per year. For information about the cost of your specific course, contact us.

 

Work and earn while you learn:

The minimum wage to be paid is NZ $ 17.00 an hour, however, you may earn more than this. Many Kiwi stores offer part-time work to students. You will help customers choose products and take payment from them, and also deal with stock and cleaning. Most New Zealand stores close by 6 pm, but you may have to work on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Explore its scenic view:

If you plan to make New Zealand your education, pursuing destination, then it is important to learn more about the kiwi people. New Zealand is a magnificent country and they always pride themselves with a clean, green and laid back atmosphere. Kiwis are known to be very warm and welcoming people. They have great pride over their Pacific, heritage and culture. There are many beautiful places to visit are Mitre Peak in Milford Sound, Curio Bay in the Catlins, Mt. Roy Wanaka, Punakaiki on the West Coast, Abel Tasman and many more.

 

Medical Benefits:

Health insurance is mandatory for all the students those are pursuing their Study in New Zealand. The providers are all private organizations and facilities can be withdrawn concerning the premium paid to them.

 

Visa Requirement in New Zealand:

If you will be staying in New Zealand for more than 3 months, you may need to apply for a student visa. Students from the countries those who have an agreement with New Zealand legislation they do not need to apply for a visa. After having a student visa, you become eligible for a stay of 4 years and can work for 20 hours per week. For more information about visas, please Contact Us.

 

Yearly Intakes:

New Zealand generally has two intakes which are January and July; however, few universities provide multiple intakes in September and November. A student must begin their process of enrollment at least six months prior before the application deadline. Usually, many universities have three deadlines during one intake.

 

Scholarships:

The legislation of New Zealand provides offers full board tertiary scholarships to few international students who qualify for. These scholarships can be availed by selected citizens in the Pacific, Asia, Africa, Latin America, Caribbean and some commonwealth countries. The schemes cover the full cost of tuition fees, living and establishment allowances, medical insurance, travel insurance and help with research and thesis costs for postgraduate students. Not only that, but the scholarships also cover travel costs to and from your country at the beginning and end of the scholarship!

 

Top Universities:

The eight universities in New Zealand are:

 

1. Auckland University of Technology

 

 2. Lincoln University

 

 3. Massey University

 

 4. University of Auckland

 

 5. University of Canterbury

 

 6. University of Otago

 

7.  University of Waikato

 

 8. Victoria University of Wellington

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