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  • Population: 4.727 million
  • GDP: $205.85 billion (2017)
  • Number of universities: 8
  • Foreign Student Enrolment 2017-2018: 1.8 million
  • Currency: New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Official Languages: English & Maori

New Zealand is an island country located 1,000 mile (1,600) southeast of Australia in Oceania. It consists of several islands, the largest of which are the North, South, Stewart and Chatham Island. The country has a liberal political history, gained early prominence in woman’s rights and has a good record in ethic relations, especially with its native Maori. In addition, New Zealand is sometimes called the “Green Island” because its population has high environmental awareness and its population density gives the country a large amount of pristine wilderness and a high level of biodiversity.

WHY STUDY IN New Zealand?

New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Explore and experience something new while you are studying. New Zealanders are friendly and welcoming toward international students. New Zealand has world class high school, college, institute of technology and universities if students want to continue studying in New Zealand.


Before you are going to study in New Zealand, you will have to look at tuition and the living costs for your stay. There are a number of financial options available for international students, so make sure research and find out what you may qualify for. The estimated living cost per month is about 1,000 to 2,000 NZD, so it is important to plan ahead and keep track of your spending. Tuition fee for undergraduate programme is from 18,000-25,000 NZD per year, tuition fee for post graduate programme is from 35,000 -55,000 NZD per year. The cost can vary depending on where you are studying, so it is a good idea to get in touch with your chosen institution to find out the full of your course and what financial help is on offer.

The duration of New Zealand undergraduate course ranges from three to four years, when a full-time postgraduate degree is generally two years. There are plenty of options available to you following your degree and there will always be lots of guidance to help you choose your next step.


Once you’ve decide what to study, you need to consider entry dates, application deadlines, New Zealand student visa deadline and English languages requirements. There are actually two intakes in New Zealand, February and July, but sometime there is one more intake in September. If you wish to begin your course in February, keep in mind that application document well in advance of your cutoff date.

When applying for your Visa, you must make sure that you qualify. New Zealand visa requirements are subject to change, but you will generally need an unconditional offer letter from your chosen university, as well as a proof of funds to cover course fee and living expenses. Another thing to remember is that most courses have their own language requirements, so you may have to show evidence of your language skills. The preferred tests are TOEFL, IELTS, or Cambridge, though you will be able to find out more about this from your chosen university.

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