STUDY and work IN NEW ZEALAND
According to report by the World Happiness Report 2018, New Zealand has been ranked 8th as the happiest country in the world. The UK based education system followed in New Zealand makes it a preferred destination for international education aspirants. As assessed by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Educating for the Future Index 2018, New Zealand’s education system is ranked number 1 in the world. The universities of New Zealand are all ranked among the top 3 per cent in the world by QS World University Rankings 2018 and are ranked in the Top 100 universities worldwide in 39 of 46 subjects. The qualifications and degree attained at New Zealand’s universities are all recognized internationally.
Benefits of Studying in New Zealand
- Comprehensive Practical Study Courses.
- Thousands of Graduate and Undergraduate Programs.
- Three Years Bachelor’s Degree Acceptable.
- Students are allowed to work for 20 hours per week.
- Multicultural Study and work Environment
- Post Study Work Permit for up to 3 Years.
- NO GRE/GMAT for Post graduate studies Required.
- Permanent Residence options after study.
- Scholarship available for eligible Candidates.
- Warm Welcoming Culture of New Zealand.
- High Visa Success rate.
Eligibility & Requirements for Study in New Zealand
Before applying, make sure that the basic requirements are being met for securing admission in the desired institute and programme and to secure New Zealand study visa. Below is a list of required basic documents for New Zealand:
- Academic documents till date
- IELTS/TOEFL Score (6.0/5.5 for diploma, 6.0 for the Bachelor & 6.5 for Master)
- Work Experience (If any)
- University/College Application form (Offer letter processing time 2 weeks)
For Visa Purpose
- Passport or travel document:
- Offer letter from the College or University
- Medical Certificate
- Bank Balance Certificate
- Bank Statement
- All types of Savings
- Financial Undertaking from Sponsor
- Income Proof
- Net Worth certificate from Charted Accountant (optional)
- Medical certificate
- Police Clearance Certificate
- Student Visa application form and the supplementary information form
- Visa Application Fees
- Covering letter
- Educational certificates (with translations if required)
- English language requirement
- Evidence of Employment
Cost of Studying & Living in New Zealand
From postgraduate degrees to short-term English language courses, there is a qualification to suit everyone. Tuition fees for international students vary depending on the type of course, where the student wishes to study and for how long.
Students studying in New Zealand for more than one year need to have at least NZ$15,000 to support their stay in New Zealand for first year. If the student is willing to study for less than a year, then the student must have at least NZ$1250 for each month of study to contribute to the living expenses.
New Zealand offers two intakes under its higher education programs – July and February. Admissions for vocational courses may also be available in March, April and May while pathway programs may have additional dates available. Always check for available intakes in your course of preference.
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