Why Study In New-Zealand

Study in New Zealand is the perfect combination of high-quality education, life, and employment opportunities for overseas students. Coupled with the lesser costs and international recognition, New Zealand essentially offers “Best of Both Worlds” qualifications. New Zealand Qualifications have a reputation for being both practical and modern. New Zealand's education system is based on the prestigious British system. There is a wide range of study opportunities including state-administered primary, secondary schools, universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, and private training establishments. The polytechnics in New Zealand are known for the programs which are “Ready to Enter the Job Markets”. Moreover, 7 of the 8 Universities in New Zealand have consistently featured in the top 500 Universities across the globe. After the completion of study in New Zealand, students are given a visa to search for a job after completion of their course and also have a good opportunity to Migrate.

Career Opportunities


New Zealand’s key sector primarily focuses on the computer software development industry, film, television, and commercial production industry, services like banking, finance, advertising, property, tourism & hospitality, and food processing.


International students who decide to study in New Zealand are eligible to work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. Students can work full time (40 hrs) only during the summer holidays. The average wage for part-time jobs is between NZ$12 - NZ$15 per hour. International students who have graduated from a course in New Zealand that would gain points under the Skilled Migrant Category may apply for a grand job search visa. An eligible student’s partner may apply for a work permit, valid for the duration of the study course.

Future Scope:

New Zealand Education is a strong pathway leading to migration opportunity All students successfully completing a 3year Diploma, Degree, PG course, or course under the skilled shortage list gain points towards Skilled Migrant category for Permanent Residency.

As New Zealand education consultants, we inform our students that they can gain points for the Skilled Migrant Category as mentioned above and can then apply for a Job Search Visa of 1 year where they can express their desire for Permanent Residency.

Top Colleges List

Academic College Group

Animation College, New Zealand

AGI Education Ltd., New Zealand

Auckland Institute of Studies At St Helens

AUT University

Bay Of Plenty Polytechnic

Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology

Cornell Institute of Bus and Tech

CTC Aviation

Design And Arts College

Eastern Institute Of Technology

Edenz College

Institute Of Applied Learning

Along with offering a unique learning environment, New Zealand universities, colleges, and other educational institutions offer an ambit of courses. Study in New Zealand for Indian students after 12th usually ranges towards the below given popular courses:


Master's in New Zealand for international students, usually revolves around the Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. This is a graduate degree achieved at a university or college that provides theoretical and practical training to help graduates gain a better understanding of general business management functions.

IT (Computer Science):

In general, Computer Science degrees deal with the theoretical foundations of information and computation, taking a scientific and practical approach to computation and its applications.

Masters of Engineering Studies in Geotechnical Engineering:

Completing the Master of Engineering Studies in Geotechnical Engineering will greatly enhance your ability to practice in the geotechnical engineering field by extending your education in your area of specialization and upgrading your current skills and training.

Hotel Management:

The Bachelor's Degree in International Hotel Management prepares students to enter the world of hospitality as leaders and managers with a strategic approach to business. It combines management theory with hands-on hospitality courses, professional internships, and a business specialization.

Professional Cooking:

This course involves inculcating advanced cookery skills and administrative management skills. It involves indulging in techniques such as specialization in Patisserie and Gastronomy. It would also involve planning and implementing a live dinner service (including menu development and application of management skills).

Tuition Fees:

Study in New Zealand includes high-quality courses with a high standard of living at a lower cost than other study destinations. The costs given below will give you an idea of how much money you will need for your abroad study in New Zealand, as it can vary from city to city. Tuition fees vary from program to program.

Living Expenses:

Students who study in New Zealand can choose from Halls of Residence, Students Hostels, Dormitories, Homestay private apartments, and flats. These may approximately range from NZ$ 15,000 - 18,000 Per annum. This includes food, clothing, transport, entertainment, and accommodation. Visa authorities expect a provision of NZ$ 15,000 towards living expenses.


Most educational institutions in New Zealand will assist you in finding accommodation while studying in New Zealand. There are various types of accommodation that are available to international students. These are like Halls of Residence / Students Hostel, Homestay, Apartments / Flats. All students on finalizing the institution should refer to its website for accommodation arrangements.

Health Insurance:

As New Zealand education consultants, we strongly recommended that all international students obtain medical insurance coverage because most temporary students are not entitled to publicly funded health services while in New Zealand. A condition of your student visa is that you must have an adequate allowance and this should include coverage of medical costs. It is generally between NZ$ 500 - NZ$ 600.


To be able to study in New Zealand, you need to be aware of the academic year, which is from mid/late February to early November. Most Universities have 2 semesters with a holiday of 4 weeks in June. Each University operates on slightly different dates and some also offer summer school in the main holiday period from November to February. Intakes are in February, July, and sometimes in September.

English Language Requirements:

Bachelors or Masters in New Zealand for international students requires them to be fluent in the English language if they are to succeed at a university in New Zealand. There are many courses available at public and private institutions in New Zealand and elsewhere to assist international students to reach the required level of English language competence. As New Zealand education consultants, we can recommend a waiver of IELTS/TOEFL/PTE wherever possible. A band of 6.0/6.5 for undergraduate & 6.5 / 7.5 for postgraduate courses is desirable.


Documents needed for making an application are Resume, Statement of Purpose, Mark sheets & Certificates of X, XII, till Graduation or relevant degree transcripts in specific cases. Certificates of extracurricular activities and passport copy, birth certificate & 2 reference letters from colleges & employers are also required.

Undergraduate Study In New Zealand:

Study in New Zealand for Indian students after 12th may occur at New Zealand universities, the course of study for a Bachelor's degree consists of a prescribed number of units, papers, or courses. In each subject, there are usually first-year (stage I or 100—level), second-year (stage 2 or 200 level), and third-year (stage 3 or 300 level) courses. A second-year course may be commenced only after prescribed passes in the subject at stage I and a third-year course only after required passes in the subject at stage 2.

Postgraduate Study In New Zealand:

In order to attain a Masters's in New Zealand for Indian students, the first degree a student is able to gain in New Zealand is as elsewhere, a Bachelor's degree. With a completed Bachelor's degree, a graduate may be able to go on to a Masters's degree. These degrees may be awarded honors, an indication both of the challenge the course presents and of the student's achievement in it.

Postgraduate Diploma:

A one-year full-time, designed for graduates, it builds on the subject matter in the academic field of the previous degree.

Graduate Diploma:

A 1 year, full-time course of study for graduates. It does not always require its students to have prior learning or experience in the subject matter of the Diploma.

What Is The Time Frame For The Admission & Visa Process to Study Abroad In New Zealand?

Undergraduate applications are generally assessed quickly in 3-5 weeks’ time wherein Masters in New Zealand for international students’ applications could take 4-8 weeks for processing. Visa procedures for New Zealand are quick, where the New Zealand Information Service supports the decision of positive profile students in 15-20 working days.

What Are The Part-Time Work Opportunities For Students & How Much Can They Earn?

Students are allowed to work part-time up to 20 hours per week. Most students work in Restaurants, Farms, Malls, as Marketing Executives, etc. Wages will range from NZ$ 9-12 approx.

What Are The Accommodation Arrangements?

A written guarantee of accommodation is required before a student visa can be granted. Some institutions may be able to arrange residential accommodation for students who are not staying with relatives or friends. However, you may wish to arrange accommodation for yourself. You should indicate whether or not you want assistance in finding accommodation when you apply to study in New Zealand.

Are Dependants Allowed To Come Along?

Your dependents, who may include a spouse, de-facto spouse, fiancé, and children, may accompany you to New Zealand or join you later. They must apply for and meet the normal requirements for the type of visa required (visitor, work, or student). School-aged dependants will be required to pay full fees for enrollment in primary and secondary courses of study.

I Have Got A Student Visa And My Spouse Wants To Accompany Me To New Zealand. Can He / She Apply For A Work Visa?

Your spouse can apply for a work visa only if you are doing a postgraduate course in New Zealand or if you are studying a course towards qualifications in the Long term Skill Shortage List.

When Will I Get My 12 Month Job Search Visa?

You are eligible to apply for a 12-month job search visa within 3 months of the date of completion of your course in New Zealand.

What Will Be My Next Visa Status After a Job Search Visa?

If you get a job offer in your relevant area of study, then your visa status could be converted to Work Permit or Permanent Residency on your Eligibility based on the Skilled Migrant Category at that time.