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3 Reasons to Study in New Zealand

Written by Kyler Chua

1. New Zealand Schools Are Up and Coming

According to the statistics shown in the link below, universities in New Zealand are ranked among the top 500 in the world and their rankings continue to improve with each year. Subject rankings are spread quite evenly across the board which makes New Zealand an attractive location for studying abroad for a range of academic paths.

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New Zealand's International University Rankings

2. The Cost of Living is Affordable

Generally, room rental rates and the cost of food in New Zealand appear competitively priced compared to other more popular study abroad options. It may be cheaper as a student to study in New Zealand according to the statistics below. An assessment must also factor in the strength of the New Zealand dollar, which hovers around being almost equal to Singapore currency.

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Cost of Living in New Zealand

(Prices are all in SGD for one month)

3. Education and Much More Awaits You in New Zealand

New Zealand is a land of great natural beauty, rich in landscapes and waterways. As such, an array of activities is available from cycling and walking trails, to water sports and even extreme sports. The more sedate can also enjoy the arts and culture of New Zealand, from its Maori roots to modern-day diversity. Foodies and Lords of the Ring fans can find something to do in New Zealand too, whether it is browsing the farmer’s market or enjoying world famous wines and seafood for the former, or exploring Middle Earth sets in Hobbiton for the latter. Suffice to say, there will be much in the way of extracurricular activities for prospective students.

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