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Globally Ranked Universities

All universities in New Zealand have showcased among the best in the world. According to QS World University Ranking 2021, all 8 universities in this country fall under the top 3% globally.


Quality Academics

New Zealand with world-class education labs and research centers, ensuring a quality study. New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) has set up a quality assurance test for all universities. Only the best universities get recognized.


Affordable Living

New Zealand is the perfect place for you if your budget is tight. The cost of living is affordable compared to many top educational destinations. Fresh food, accommodation, and transport are reasonably priced, making life in New Zealand hassle-free and enjoyable.


Earn While Studying

New Zealand is allowing students to work part-time for 20 hours per week if they are studying full-time and can work full time during scheduled breaks, holidays, etc, provided your course is worth 120 credits or more.


Stay Back Policy

A lot of countries are constantly changing their stay-back policies for students. New Zealand offers up to three years of a stay-back period depending on the course that you are studying.


Ocean of Jobs

In 2021, 97% of the students get employed and 90% of them get into job profiles that are relevant to the course they’ve pursued. With great academic support, they are also providing some great job opportunities too.


Secure Environment

A stable government, low crime rate, and friendly people make this country one of the safest countries in the world. New Zealand is listed in the 3rd position on the Global Peace Index. All the people in New Zealand are very welcoming and friendly.

  • The kiwi is not only a fruit, but it's also a bird, and a dry kiwi is a person who was born in New Zealand.

  • New Zealand is the only country in the world that has permission to put hobbits on its legal tender.

  • New Zealand has a town with the longest name in the world.

  • New Zealand has the steepest road in the world named ‘Baldwin Street’.

  • It was the last country in the world to be inhabited by humans

Can I work in New Zealand after I complete my studies there?

There’s an option where you can apply for a 12-month Open Study Work Visa to locate a job. Once you have found your job then you can apply for an extension of up to two years.

Under which condition can I qualify for a New Zealand Resident Visa?

The Permanent Resident visa is determined on a point-based system. Any work experience gained after studying in New Zealand will help you to garner valuable points to qualify for Permanent Residency.

How much does it cost to study in New Zealand?

It totally depends upon which university and program you have applied for and On average you will be needing $17,000 - $35,000 per year.

What are the popular study fields in New Zealand?

The popular study fields in New Zealand are

  • Business and Management
  • Information Technology
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Construction, Architecture, and Built Environment
  • Health
  • Operations and Logistics
  • Hospitality and Tourism
Are New Zealand qualifications valued globally?

New Zealand qualifications are recognized and valued internationally. They always believe in quality over quantity.

Which is the Best Place to Study in New Zealand?

Some greatest places to study in New Zealand are Wellington, Auckland, and Hamilton.

Cost of Living in New Zealand for International Students
Food & beverages $136.50 (INR 6,903)
Clothing & footwear $16.70 (INR 847)
Housing & household utilities $202.10 (INR 10,253)
Household content & services $32.20 (INR 1,624)
Tuition Fees
Undergraduate degree $20,500 - $25,000 annually (INR 10,40,370 - 12,68,740)
Master's degree $19,000 - $29,000 annually (INR 9,64,572 - 14,73,202)
Doctoral degree $6,500 - $9,000 annually (INR 3,30,198 - 4,57,198)