Study in New Zealand

Study in New Zealand

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  1. Capital: Wellington
  2. Major cities: Auckland, Queenstown, Tauranga
  3. Currency: New Zealand dollar
  4. Average temperature: 16 degrees
  5. Distance from India: 13 hours

Why New Zealand is the Perfect Destination for Higher Education

World-Class Education:
Students graduating from New Zealand are said to have a world-class qualification that is recognised around the world. Universities of New Zealand undergo regular checks by the government to ensure quality education.
Diverse and Inclusive Society:
Experience a multicultural and inclusive society that celebrates diversity. New Zealand welcomes students from all backgrounds, providing a safe and welcoming environment to learn and grow. New Zealand is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world. We have more than 200 different ethnicities within our communities and a quarter of all people who call New Zealand home were born overseas.
Global Career Opportunities:
Gain a competitive edge in the global job market with a New Zealand degree. Explore thriving industries, internship programs.
Affordable Education:
Enjoy affordable tuition fees and living costs compared to other English-speaking countries. Take advantage of scholarships, grants, and part-time job opportunities to support your studies.
Natural Beauty and Outdoor Adventures:
In New Zealand, New Zealand is a treasure trove of breathtaking sights The Land of the Long White Cloud is the most common translation of Aotearoa: the Māori name of New Zealand. The country is best known for its natural wonders and parks, from sweeping mountain vistas to rolling green hills and gushing waterfalls.
Quality of Life:
New Zealand is consistently ranks among the top countries for quality of life. Life in New Zealand is quiet and relaxed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can study in New Zealand ?

Applying to New Zealand institutions is easy. Remember that you can ask for help with Global degrees, advice from the institution you are applying to and education agents in your home country.
Here is some advice to help with your course application:
Step 1: Choose your course and education provider
Step 2: Apply
Step 3: Have your application processed
Step 4: Accept your offer
Step 5: Visa process
Step 6: Payment process
Step 7 : Pre departure process

What are the admission requirements for New Zealand universities?

• Once you have chosen your course and education provider, it is time to apply. Go to the Enquire Now page to submit an enquiry.

• Before you apply, you should check the academic and English language entry requirements to ensure you are eligible. If you do not meet the entry requirements, you may need to consider a different course or applying for a bridging course or foundation course, which may increase your chances

When should I start the application process?

It is advisable to initiate application process 8-12 months before. Please meet us for further process.

Where can I find information about scholarships and financial aid?

Scholarship information can be seen in University’s website. Please meet us for further process.

Why is New Zealand a popular choice for international students?

A Great Place to Live & Study.
It's a country that prioritises practical learning as well as knowledge-based learning to ensure their students are fully prepared for the future.
New Zealand's population of nearly 52,28,100 and is highly urbanized.
New Zealand is a popular choice for international students due to its high-quality education system, multicultural environment, safe and welcoming society, abundant research opportunities, post-graduation work options.

How do I apply for a student visa?

Please meet us for further process.

What are the English language proficiency requirements?

• IELTS. PTE, Toefl are the English proficiency exams required for New Zealand

• For UG 6.0 and No band less than 6.0, For PG 6.5 and no band less than 6.0

• English language proficiency requirements for typically include submitting test scores from recognized exams such as IELTS, TOEFL. The required scores vary by institution and program, so it's essential to check the specific requirements of each university.

What are the top universities in New Zealand?

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

What are the living expenses in New Zealand?

The living expenses for New Zealand are 20,000 New Zealand Dollars per year.

When does the academic year start in New Zealand universities?

• Semester -1 – February
• Semester-2 July
• Semester -3 November

Where can I find accommodation options?

You can find on campus and off campus, we can assist you.

How can I find part-time job opportunities while studying?

To find part-time job opportunities while studying in New Zealand, you can explore job boards, university career centers, student job fairs, online job portals, and networking with fellow students and professionals.

Who can assist me with healthcare and insurance matters?

We can assist with the insurance and it will be updated in offers from New Zealand Universities/Institutes.

What support services are available for international students?

International students in New Zealand can access various support services, including academic advising, counseling services, career guidance, language support, health and wellness services, cultural integration programs, and assistance with visa.

When can I apply for a work permit after graduation?

International students in New Zealand will be eligible for the 1-3 years of extension visa.

Where can I learn about New Zealand culture and customs?

You can learn about New Zealand culture and customs through books, online resources, museums, cultural festivals, and by engaging with New Zealanders through conversations and experiences.

Why is New Zealand considered a safe country for international students?

New Zealand is considered a safe country for international students due to its low crime rates, stable political environment, inclusive society, strong rule of law, and robust support systems for international students.

How can I make the most of my study abroad experience in New Zealand?

To make the most of your study abroad experience in New Zealand, immerse yourself in the local culture, participate in campus activities, explore the country, make friends with New Zealanders, and take advantage of academic and career opportunities.

Overview of New Zealand Education:
New Zealand's education are administered and monitored by education agencies such as ENZ (Education New Zealand), NZQA (New Zealand Qualifications Authority). Provide an introduction to the New Zealand education system, highlighting its reputation for excellence, diversity, and global recognition.
Benefits of Studying in New Zealand
Highlight the advantages of pursuing education in New Zealand, such as quality education, diverse programs, research opportunities, and a multicultural environment. • Here’s a list of top courses that international students opt to pursue in New Zealand for higher education: • Engineering • Business Analytics • MBA (Masters of Business Administration) • Life Sciences • Artificial Intelligence (AI) • Social Sciences • Medicine • Science and Technology • Law

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Here are some popular scholarship programs you can apply to study in New Zealand as an Indian student:
Name of the scholarshipsDescription
New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS)Funded by the New Zealand government, these scholarships are for Indian students who wish to pursue a PhD in New Zealand.
New Zealand Commonwealth ScholarshipsIndian students who apply to master’s degree or PhD can try for the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP). The plan will cover tuition fee, living, travel and health insurance,and establishment allowance.
New Zealand Excellence Awards (NZEA)NZEA features scholarships across all eight universities,offering an opportunity for Indian students to experience New Zealand excellence in various fields.This scholarship is funded by Education New Zealand (ENZ) and New Zealand universities catering to Indian students.

Admission Process:
Explain the step-by-step process for admission to New Zealand universities, including application requirements, deadlines, and necessary documentation.
Cost of Living:
Provide an estimate of the cost of living in New Zealand is 1667 NZD per month, including accommodation, transportation, food, and healthcare expenses.
Work Opportunities:
New Zealand's fastest-growing jobs have been revealed, with IT and engineering roles dominating the list.
Explain the opportunities: Students are allowed for part-time work during studies and post-graduation work permits that allow students to gain valuable work experience in New Zealand.
• Part time jobs in New Zealand are available to international students across on and off-campus workplaces. Students manage their cost of living in New Zealand better and get a taste of the New Zealand working industry through the part time jobs.
• International students, with a valid New Zealand student visa are allowed to work for up to 20 hours per week during an ongoing session. During holidays or breaks, students are allowed to work unlimited hours and as per government norms, 22 NZD is the per hour wage.
• Student Visa Information: Provide details on student visas, immigration procedures, and post-graduation pathways to work. Please connect with the Global Degree staff for more information.

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