Study in New Zealand

Why Study in New Zealand

New Zealand has a British-based education system. The English-speaking environment attracts international student to study in New Zealand. New Zealand education qualification is worldwide recognized. Moreover, the quality of education and cost attracts students from all around the world.

Students will find the rewards are well worth making the journey for as well as training that simply can’t be found everywhere else in the world. Students can expect a high standard of living conditions.

Tuition and living costs compare well with other countries. New Zealand offers a safe learning environment that provides excellent study abroad opportunities with high-quality support services for overseas students.

Centrally co-ordinated system of quality assurance audits at both institution and programme level, each university undertakes internal quality checks. Institutions offer vocationally based programmes such as practical trades-based courses and degrees.

Education System in New Zealand

New Zealand is well known and trusted for its quality education. The New Zealand education system is distinctive in terms of curriculum design, school administration and structure and especially in terms of approach to qualifications.

The New Zealand education system has evolved to reflect the aspirations of New Zealanders.

A New Zealand education system means world- class facilities, resources and people.

New Zealand qualifications are recognized in many countries around the world.

International students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week. They can earn minimum NZ $10.80 per hour.

New Zealand’s student immigration policy contributes to the country’s sustainable economic development. This is achieved through foreign exchange earnings and by attracting and developing students who have the skills and talents New Zealand needs. Retaining international students is facilitated through the study to work policies, which provide migration opportunities after study, and through the recognition of New Zealand qualifications and work experience in the Skilled Migrant Category. Always should be updated through
The following diagram can express the education system of New Zealand.


Cost of Study in New Zealand

Programs  Tuition Fees (Approx.)/Per Year
Diploma & Certificate Program NZ $10,000 to $ 15,000
Bachelors Program NZ $ 16,000 to $ 25,000
Masters Program NZ $ 20,000 to $ 30,000
PhD NZ $ 5000 to $ 7000

Admission Information:


International students are expected to start planning for their studies in New Zealand at least 6 months in advance. The major intakes for New Zealand are February and July. The other intake is September, November but it depends on the students program and the institution that he/she is applying to. Very few institutes might have the monthly intake as well.

Academic Requirement

Level of Study Requirements
National Diploma / Diploma / Certificate
  • Higher Second Class in HSC/O levels/A Levels
  • IELTS – 5.5 to 6
Bachelors Degree
  • First Class in HSC/ A Level
  • IELTS 5.5 to 6.5
Graduate/Post Graduate Certificate / Diploma
  • 3/4 years Bachelor degree
  • IELTS – 6 to 6.5
Masters Degree
  • Bachelor Degree (3 to 4)
  • Work experience
  • IELTS –  6.5 to 7

 Grade Point Average (GPA) :

 The average grade achieved by a student during the course of an educational program, is calculated on various scales depending on the Institution.


English Language Requirements for New-Zealand

Both in Bachelors and Masters requires students to be fluent in the English Language which is compulsory for international students around the world for the successful application in New-Zealand. In New-Zealand, both private and public universities are full of courses to make international students reach at the required level of English language competence. We, as education consultants, recommend IELTS/TOEFL/PTE with a band of 5.5/6.0/6.5 for undergraduate and 6.5/7.5 for postgraduate.

Documents Required for Admission:

  • Application Fee (if applicable)
  • All Academic Transcript and Certificate
  • Passport
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency
  • Resume/ CV (if required)
  • SOP (if Required)
  • Research proposal (For Phd Applicants)
  • Reference Letter (if required)

New Zealand Scholarships

The New Zealand government offer a limited number of scholarships for international students with high academic achievement. All updated information regarding in New Zealand Scholarship can be found

About New Zealand

New Zealand is an Island Country, located in the South western pacific ocean. The country geographically comprises two main landmasses- that is North Island and South Island. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington and the largest City is Auckland. Total area is 2, 68021 square KM, have great geographical diversity, and astonishing natural beauty. Having a multi-culture society, New Zealand has ethnic Groups European, Maori, Asian, and Pacific Peoples. The language of New Zealand people is English and Mouri. New Zealanders (Kiwi) are known for their down to earth lifestyle.
New Zealand has mild temperatures, moderately high rainfall and many hours of sunshine. In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20-30ºC and in winter between 10-15ºC. New Zealand weather can change unexpectedly.


City Location
Auckland Auckland Region
Wellington(Capital) Wellington Region
Christchurch Canterbury Region
Hamilton Waikato Region
Napier Hastings Hawkes Bay Region
Tauranga Bay of Plenty Region
Dunedin Otago Region
Palmerston North Manwatu-Wanganui Region
Nelson Nelson Region
Rotorua Bay of Plenty Region
New Plymouth Taranaki Region
Whangarei North Land Region


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