Study in New zealand

  •   Population: 4.471 Million
  •   GDP: $173.2 Billion
  •   Number of Universities: 8
  •   Currency: New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  •   Official Languages: English, Maori

New Zealand is a country of great beauty. Many people encountered New Zealand’s great natural beauty for the first time through the Lord of the Rings film trilogy, which was filmed in New Zealand. It is one of the safest countries in the world and Auckland is one of the best cities in the world to live in. New Zealand has got the work-life balance you have always been earning for.

When you study in New Zealand, you’ll discover a unique country – the ultimate outdoor playground with excellent study opportunities. New Zealand is an attractive destination for international students and the country’s educational institutions are well regarded throughout the world.

Programmes and courses offered in New Zealand tend to be are highly ranked on a global level. Students are encouraged to think outside the box and find their own solution, which is how many, develop and perfect unique strengths and ideas whilst studying in the country.

Students have the option to work while you study in New Zealand. Please note that full-time international students are allowed to work for a maximum of 20 hours per week during studies and full time during holidays. It will give you unique exposure to the Kiwi work culture.

The cost of living in New Zealand will mostly depend on your location and can vary between NZ$ 7,000 and NZ$ 15,000 per year. You can choose between various housing/accommodation options while studying in New Zealand.

  •   Due to its isolation, New Zealand has developed unique animal and plant life. There are no snakes or crocodiles.
  •   The bird species of New Zealand are particularly diverse, including alpine parrots and ground dwelling Kiwis.
  •   The term ‘Kiwi’ is also used as a nickname for a New Zealander.
  •   The Lord of the Rings movies were filmed in New Zealand.
  •   In New Zealand they drive on the left-hand side of the road.

New Zealand has a largely temperate climate. While the far north has subtropical weather during summer, and inland alpine areas of the South Island can be as cold as -10 C in winter.