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Study in New Zealand

Looking for a world-class education in a safe, beautiful environment? New Zealand could be for you!

When choosing to study in New Zealand you can be confident that any institution you’re considering will meet the highest educational standards. It is also situated in one of the world’s most beautiful countries, known as the ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’.

Why study in New Zealand?

New Zealand is well known for its natural beauty, but it also offers a range of world-standard schools and universities in a safe and relaxed environment. Let’s check it out!

Let’s get to know the education system in New Zealand

New Zealand’s educational institutions are internationally ranked, meaning they adhere to the highest quality of education standards wherever you choose to study.

THE University Rankings in Newzealand for 2019-2020

Check out THE University Rankings in Newzealand for 2019-2020

What are the upcoming intakes in New Zealand?

Know all about the intakes available in New Zealand
Student visa requirements
The visa you need will depend on the type of study you want to do, and how long you want to stay in New Zealand. Having a valid passport and the right visa is key to a trouble-free entry.
Employment while you study
Working part-time can be a great way to help cover your living expenses in New Zealand, but also help you to gain work experience in your field of study.
Insurance
You should consider insurance cover to help protect you, your health, your home and your belongings.
Health and support services
Moving or travelling to a new country is a big change. If you find yourself struggling to adjust, or feel someone has treated your unfairly, there are many support services available.
Money and living expenses
Knowing how much you will need for your day-to-day living expenses is a great starting point, but it is important to note the cost of living will vary slightly depending on what city in New Zealand you live in.
Accommodation
Depending on what you need – and your budget - you will find various options for living on or off campus.
Wellington
Wellington City is the capital of New Zealand. The city is well known as ‘the windy city’, in addition to being a cultural hub of art, food and music and the home of New Zealand’s government
Auckland
Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and a place where you can experience a big city lifestyle as well as the peace and quiet the country is famous for.
Christchurch
If you’re moving to the scenic South Island of New Zealand, then Christchurch will be in your top options. Christchurch is home to beaches, parks and some of NZ’s finest choices in dining.
Dunedin
Dunedin is a small city of approximately 120,000 people but don't let that fool you. It’s outstanding city that focus on culture, education and its natural and wildlife wonders.
Hamilton
Hamilton is a bustling student hub with exciting ventures, great music and serene garden walks and one of the very affordable student cities in New Zealand.
Further Research
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