Study In New Zealand

New Zealand is known for its picturesque landscapes, endless outdoor activities, friendly locals, and an unmatched educational experience providing international students with a life-changing future. New Zealand is a small country with an estimated population of 4.7 million. The main languages are English, and Maori, which is the native language of New Zealand. The Country is ranked 9th for its Quality of life index of countries in 2017.

Thus, making New Zealand one of the most desired study destinations by students from all over the world. NZ has an impressive higher education system, with eight universities included in the top 500 of the QS World University Rankings. In addition, 18 Technological and Polytechnic institutes help students develop vocational skills through practice and more hands-on work experience. Study programs offered by the above institutes include Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Post Graduate degrees.

The Benefits Of Studying In New Zealand
  • Opportunity to study in the high QS world ranking universities and technological colleges
  • Researched-based education
  • The classroom ratio of tutor-student is very small, with a high level of tutor-student interaction
  • NZ extends a warm and friendly welcome to all International Students
  • Lower tuition fees in comparison with other English-speaking countries like UK, USA, Canada, and Australia.
  • Lower crime rates and highly ranked as a safe country.
Earn while you learn

New Zealand provides all its international students with the opportunity to work up to 20 hours per week during their semesters and full-time during the summer and winter breaks. To work on-campus or as an intern in any company, you would not require any additional work permit as your study permit is enough to help you find a part-time job. To work off-campus without a work permit you must meet the study requirements.

Post-study work rights

The Post Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) allows international students to work in New Zealand by granting the Work Permit for up to three years.

The minimum study period for applying work permit is one year.

Post Graduate Diploma, Masters Degree, and Ph.D. graduates are eligible for a 3-Years Post-Study work permit.

Family sponsor

New Zealand allows family members to come

Pathway to PR

During the post-study period, if you secure a permanent job, you could apply for Permanent Residence (PR)

If you want to take the New Zealand Path, please contact us