Study in New Zealand

New Zealand is a wildly popular study destination for international students and has a very high quality education system, well accepted all over the world. New Zealand’s higher education institutions are split into universities, polytechnics and institutes of technology, colleges of education and private training providers. Universities are largely research based and state owned. They offer courses from certificate to doctorate level with most courses lasting a full year.


Why study in New Zealand

  • Broad range of study and research opportunities
  • High quality learning experience
  • Independent thinking is strongly encouraged
  • Low cost of study compared to Australia and USA
  • Fee payment after visa approval
  • Work permit for spouse
  • Qualifications widely recognized internationally
  • Programs with paid internships

Major Intake in New Zealand institutions

February / July /August/October


Work rights and stay back

  • Students can work twenty hours per week and forty hours during vacation
  • Twelve months graduate job search visa

English language proficiency certificate

Students are requested to have their pte/ielts language proficiency certificate according to the requirement of the course and which will be informed by our overseas advisers at the time of individual counselling.

Documents required for admission

  • Attested copies of x, xii & graduate degree (if applicable), mark sheets including backlogs (re-sits)
  • Evidence of English language proficiency e.g. Ielts, toefl, etc.
  • standardised tests e.g. Gmat, gre (where necessary for the programme)
  • two academic references
  • two references from employers (where applicable)
  • passport sized photographs
  • statement of purpose (sop)