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 beautiful country and its people are welcoming,friendly and respectful of other cultures. It is easy to make friends in their inclusive multi cultural society.

It’s the world second most peaceful country (Global peace Index 2017)

  •   New Zealand is one of the world’s best places to live and study.
  •   The NZ government has strong quality assurance systems to ensure high quality education at all levels of the education system.
  •   NZ is an attractive destination for international students and it’s educational institutions are well regarded world over..
  •   All its Eight Universities are in the world top 3%.
  •   NZ qualifications are recognized and respected globally..
  •   Practical way of learning – Learn to ask questions and think critically. It’s teaching style offers practical,hands on learning experience.
  • 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.

    As per Immigration New Zealand requirements, all international students must set aside NZ$ 15,000 per year for living expenses. You can choose among various on campus and off campus accommodation options..

    •   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.