Study in New Zealand
Want world-class and affordable education? New Zealand could be for you!
With an excellent education system, internationally accredited qualifications, ample research opportunities and a matchless quality of life, New Zealand has a lot to offer. While studying here, you can be assured of a welcoming and friendly society with an excellent support system for international students. It has a progressive, responsive education system, combining traditional principles of teaching with innovation and technology, leading to globally recognised and respected qualifications. In fact, as per the QS World University Rankings 2020, all eight universities in New Zealand are ranked in the global top 450.
What's more is that it has internationally diverse student cities that welcome international students from across the world.
Top Courses to Study in New Zealand
With so much many courses in New Zealand for international students to choose from, picking the right course is always a tough decision. Considering that every student, course and university is different, it’s an important decision to get right.
|Engineering||Political Science||Health & Medicine|
|Information Technology||Computer Science||Hospitality and Tourism|
Cost of Studying in New Zealand
While studying in New Zealand is comparatively affordable, there are various expenses you need to consider before you move to the country.
Average annual fee
$20,500 - $25,000 annually
$19,000 - $29,000 annually
$6,500 - $9,000 annually
$31,000 - $50, 000 annually
*Please note all fee figures are indicative
Top Universities to Study in New Zealand
As per QS World University Rankings 2020, all eight universities in New Zealand are ranked in the global top 450. That’s impressive for a country of just under five million people!
Note: Given the current COVID-19 situation, there might be some changes in the 2020/2021 intakes. Don’t worry, our international education experts are here to guide you with the latest updates to help you apply to your desired course and institution. Feel free to connect with our experts for a free counselling session and keep posted about the latest COVID- 19 updates.
Updated on July 6, 2020
Living and studying in the New Zealand