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Study in New Zealand

About New Zealand

New Zealand has Vibrant cities with breath taking Spectacular scenery sets it apart from the rest of the world from rolling Green farm lands dotted with sheep, to barren and active volcanic desert areas, from golden sandy beaches with crystal clear blue water to majestic snow capped mountains, Fiords, Glaciers, lakes, Wild rivers, Native forest with Unique wildlife New Zealand has an international reputation as a provider of quality education. It offers safe and clean environment , which provides excellent study opportunities & support services for international students. Kiwis enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle than people in many other countries. Living in New Zealand is cheaper than many other countries. Its capital is Wellington.

Why study in New Zealand?

Globally recognized degree and students earn a reputation as an innovative thinkers and are addressed as “The New World Class” On completion of course students could be eligible for 6 months work permit. Based on point system eligible students could apply of PR in New Zealand. Its best among the most sought for designation in comparison to cost of study & living viz. a viz. USA, U.K., Canada, Australia or Europe. Institutions and courses accredited by the NZ Qualification Authority (NZQA : It is responsible for approving and registering all courses and national qualifications offered at Universities, polytechnics / Institute of Technologies and private training establishments).
The Ministry of Education operates a Code of Practice that provides a framework for looking after international students. It covers pastoral care, accommodation and provision of information.

NEW ZELAND VICE CHANCELLOR’S COMMITTEE (NZVCC): It is responsible for all diplomas, undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by New Zealand Institutions.

The top five programs

  • Hospitality
  • Travel & Tourism
  • Computing & IT
  • Engineering
  • Arts

Education System in New Zealand

A bachelor’s degree in the country typically takes three years, and students can get an Honors degree after another year of study. Candidates can pursue a Master’s degree after completing their bachelor’s. Doctoral studies require either a Master’s degree or a Bachelor’s degree with Honors.

There are 10 levels of study in New Zealand schools and universities. The lowest level is a certificate and the highest is a doctoral degree.

  • Certificates are levels 1 to 4
  • Diplomas are levels 5 and 6
  • Bachelor's degrees and graduate diplomas are level 7
  • Postgraduate certificates and diplomas, and bachelor's degrees with honours are level 8
  • Master's degrees are level 9
  • Doctoral degrees are level 10.

Admission

Universities prefer applicants with very good academic background and decent scores in TOEFL or IELTS for admission Postgraduate and Masters Programmes may vary between Faculties. For postgraduate applications where the student will be undertaking a thesis, a research proposal will be required

Major Intakes:

  • February
  • July

Required Tests

Pre-Degree-Diploma & Undergraduate Degree

IELTS (Academic) score - Overall score of 6.0 with no band less than 5.5 or overall 5.5 with no band less than 5.0
TOEFL score:
Paper-based - total score of 550 with minimum of 4.0 in Test of Written English (TWE)or
Computer-based - total score of 213 with minimum Essay rating of 4.0 or
Internet-based - total score of 80

Postgraduate Degree

IELTS (Academic) score - Overall band score of 6.5 & band score of 6.0 in allbands
TOEFL score:
Paper-based - total score of 575 with minimum of 4.5 in Test of Written English (TWE)or
Computer-based - total score of 233 with minimum Essay rating of 4.5 or
Internet-based - total score of 90

Cost of Education In New Zealand

  • Polytechnic Courses these range from NZ$10,000 - NZ$15,000 per year depending on the course or degree
  • University Degrees from NZ$18,000 - NZ$25,000 per year for most under-graduate degrees
  • Post-graduate Degrees NZ$ 40,000
  • Courses in Medicine & Engineering may be more depending on the university & City.

Accommodation and living expenses

Most higher educational institutions in the country have Halls of Residence. Rooms are available on a single or twin-sharing basis. Facilities such as laundry, lounge room, and dining hall are also available. Halls of residences provide a safe and secure environment and are generally available in the range of NZ$200 a week. Home stay accommodations are also available. In these types of accommodations, students get to live with a family in a residential house. Flats/independent accommodations are also available; these include one-bed room apartments to 4-5 bedroom flats. A prefixed amount has to be paid to the landlord before one can move in. This amount known as bond is the advance rent of 2-4 weeks, and is refundable. The total cost depends on each student spending habits. However a student should be able to live in New Zealand for a total cost of living of between NZ$8,000 and NZ$10,000 a year including accommodation, transport and entertainment.

Work prospects In New Zealand

All International students are allowed to work for 20 hours part-time per week, during college days and full-time during vacations, for the permitted duration of stay in New Zealand. New Zealand is the only country that provides a one-year job search visa, regardless of the course pursued by a student. Once you get a job, you can apply for two years of work permit, following which you can apply for permanent residency.

Permanent Residency

New Zealand welcomes new migrants – people who will contribute to their country by bringing valuable skills or qualifications, setting up a business, or making a financial investment.
To Check your eligibility click here

 

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