Study Abroad

STUDY IN New Zealand

Improve Your College Admissions Experience And Outcome With The Help Of A Process Designed For The 21St Century Learner.

why study in New Zealand

Exposure To A Multicultural, Diverse Environment
Good Job Placement Rates
Affordable Fee Structures And Cost Of Living
A Very High Quality Of Life
All Programs And Universities Are Recognized Globally
IELTS/TOEFL/PTE required
State of the art infrastructure, education and resources in a growing economy
20 hours per week part time work is allowed
A Very Safe Country For Students Of All Ages, Races And Sexes
Focus On Hands On Training Rather Than Theoretical Studies Along With Personality Development Classes
Need Of The Hour, Creative Programs Tailored According To Industry Standards And The Ever Evolving Education Sector
Separate University Departments That Focus On International Students, Providing Them Counseling, Mentoring, Part/Full Time Job Opportunities, Extra-Curricular Activities And More

Popular Colleges And Programs

top universities
University of Auckland
Massey University
University of Canterbury
University of Otago
University of Waikato
Auckland University of Technology
Franklin Institute of Agri- Technology
top programs
Horticulture
Information Technology
Civil Engineering
Accounting
Social Media Management
Biomedical Sciences
Brand Management
Graphic and professional design
Communication
 hospitality management
culinary arts

Work Prospects

what is the average income of an international student in New Zealand?
The average income depends on the following factors:
Education background and skill set of the student
Professional experience
Interview
Negotiation
average salary
On an average, the salary starts from NZ $30000 and goes up to NZ $50000 per year for graduates

Internships:  Internships are a part of every program, Bachelor’s and Master’s and it is highly recommended that you do your internships in companies you want to work for. Most companies who hire you as interns tend to hire you full time based on your performance

Post study work Visa: Offered by New Zealand

Education Costs And Scholarships

diploma - level 5 and 6 programs
Level 5 qualifications are: diploma of higher education ( DipHE ) foundation degree. higher national diploma ( HND ) level 5 award.
Certificates and diplomas- Level 6
Per year cost is approx NZD 15000 to 18000 ( Approx Rs 7 to 9 lacs)
BACHELOR'S - level 7 and 8 programs
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma- Level 7
Bachelor Honours Degree- Level 8
Per year cost is approx NZD 17000 to 20000 ( Approx Rs 8 lacs to 10 lacs)
Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma- Level 8
MASTER'S - level 8 and 9 PROGRAM
Level 9 - Per year cost is approx NZD 18000 to 22000 ( Approx Rs 9 lacs to 12 lacs)
scholarships
University scholarships are strictly based on merit and extracurricular activities. The advisory board considers students who have over 80% marks and a good profile.

In some exceptional cases, they can go based on just the profile as well. If you are eligible, you can score up to 35% scholarship per year on the tuition fee.

Admission Process

1
Step 1
Send your documents
Documents required:
Bachelors/Under-graduation
10th class Mark sheet
12th class Mark Sheet
Resume
Passport 1st and last page
Masters/Post-graduation
10th class Mark sheet
12th class Mark Sheet
Bachelors All years Mark Sheets
Degree certificate
Resume
Passport 1st and last page
2
Step 2
Evaluation and Offer letter
Once your documents are in for the initial evaluation and everything is up to par, you will receive your offer letter in a few days
3
Step 3
Application and Visa Processing
Your application and documents with visa processing fees will be deposited in the Embassy’s account. Once your documents are accepted and you pass the interview, you would get the visa. The tuition fees and the cost of living(FTS) would be paid after visa approval
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