New Zealand

  • Advantages of study in New Zeland


         With superior quality education, excellent labs, research centres and educators who are masters in their field of expertise, one can expect nothing but the best in terms of the quality of education in New Zealand. All the programs offered by the public universities in New Zealand go through stringent quality checks. All non-university education programs need to be approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), a New Zealand government organization responsible for quality control. The education system here is based on the British education model, and the students have an opportunity to get hands-on experience and knowledge to prepare them to excel anywhere in the world. The degrees you obtain at any university in New Zealand are at par with Universities in Canada, Australia, the USA and the UK. Graduates from Universities in New Zealand enjoy global reputations for technical innovation, research and are in great demand around the world.

    Thus, here are some of the reasons why you should choose New Zealand as your study destination.


    • Universities that are globally recognised.
    • Quality of education.
    • Diversity in courses
    • Lower living expenses and affordable educational costs
    • Student-friendly requirements
    • Work while you study
    • Stay back period post-education
    • An abundance of Job opportunities.
    • Safe and secure

    Courses  demand in New Zealand

    •    Graduate diploma in applied management
    •    Graduate diploma in laboratory technology
    •    Graduate diploma in applied management (manufacturing management)
    •    Graduate diploma in health and rehabilitation studies
    •    Bsc (hons) computer science /msc computer science

         International students can work in New Zealand while studying, visa conditions will allow to work for up to 20 hours a week during the school year, and full-time in the Christmas and New Year holiday between school years if: you are 16 or older, and. studying in year 12 or 13.
    Whatever the intent may be, one thing is for sure that getting a New Zealand PR is a long process. A good immigration consultant is the only person who can make this journey smoother. For a student who has completed his studies from New Zealand, the first step towards granting of a PR is the 2-year post-study visa.
    A Post Study Work Visa lets you work for any employer if you have studied a degree level 7 qualification or above. If you have studied a non-degree level 7 or below qualification you may still be able to get a Post Study Work Visa.However you must have studied a qualification that is on the Qualifications Eligible for Post Study Work Visa list. The job you end up taking must be related to what you studied.New Zealand doesn't charge higher fees to international PhD students

    Programs offered by Universities in New Zealand

    •    Bachelors
    •    Masters 
    •    PhD programs
    •    Diploma courses


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