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Why study in New Zealand?

New Zealand is a great destination with beautiful natural surroundings. Although small, it is also one of the most ethnically diverse regions in the world and is known for being quite welcoming. The country is also one of the safest, named ‘the second most peaceful nation’ in the world in 2019. The quality of education and the standard of living in New Zealand are very high. Qualifications from here have international prestige and they compete well with the current market requirements around the globe. There are eight universities in New Zealand and all eight of these universities are ranked within the QS World University Ranking top 500.

Ireland has one of the best education systems in the world. Research-based and competitive. undoubtedly, obtaining a degree from Ireland will offer you a competitive edge in the global market. Ireland has plenty of opportunities for people around the world. They also have a very welcoming and world-class culture. The people are known for being friendly and there are plenty of activities to see and do, all with a rich and interesting history. Ireland is also growing and there are plenty of job opportunities for students to find work during studies, after their graduation and eventually settle there. IT, Pharma and Finance particularly are currently booming in Ireland, and there are plenty of exciting opportunities to get involved.

Part-time & Post-study Work visa

In comparison with the US and the UK, the cost of education is far less in New Zealand, while still holding prestige internationally. The flexibility with immigration rules and regulations are one of the many reasons international students to choose this country for their studies, as well as the growing number of opportunities to get work after graduation. During school, students are able to work 20 hours/week (and 40 hours/week during vacation), with the ability to have your spouse join you and work as well.

How To Apply?

Transcripts & degrees certificates

English proficiency score card

Copy of valid

Statement of personal statement

CV and any work experience



Cost of study will vary based on the course and institution, but on average international students will pay:

 Average cost for institutions in New Zealand:

Undergrad: $22,000-$32,000/year

Post-Grad/Master’s: $26,000-$37,000/year

Doctoral: $6,500-$9000/year

There are lots of scholarships available for international students—please get in touch for more info!

The usual intakes for New Zealand are in the months of February, July, and October.

Academic Requirements for

Note: Requirements my

vary based on institution & program

Diploma, Advanced Diploma

12th/Equivalent with 50-55%

(Percentage requirements may

vary based on institutions)

IELTS 6.0 (Min 5.5), TOEFL: 79

Associate Degree,

Bachelor’s Degree & Honours

Bachelor Degree

12th/Equivalent with 60%

(Percentage requirements may

vary based on institutions)

IELTS 6.0 (Min 5.5), TOEFL: 79

Graduate Certificate,

Graduate Diploma &

Master’s Degrees

Minimum 12th + 3 Year

Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree with 55%

(Master’s Degree holders can apply

as a specialization option)

IELTS 6.0 (Min 5.5), TOEFL: 88

Master’s By Research

Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in relevant field

Doctoral Programs

Students must submit their

Master’s Course projects report

copy & research topics

to the university. But seek individual

requirements based on your institutions.

The learning institutions in New Zealand are supervised by very sharp professional structures which include; 8 universities, 16 Technological and polytechnic systems and a large number of privately owned institutions.

 Check out some of these great NZ institutions:

  • Unitec Institute of Technology; Auckland, NZ.
  • University of Auckland; Auckland, NZ.
  • University of Canterbury; Christchurch, NZ.
  • University of Otago; Dunedin, NZ.
  • Lincoln University; Lincoln, NZ.
  • AGI Education Limited; Auckland, NZ.
  • Massey University; Palmerston North, NZ.
  • Queens Academy; Auckland, NZ.
  • Waiariki Institute of Technology; Rotorua, NZ.
  • Auckland University of Technology; Auckland, NZ.

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