Study in New Zealand

Studying in Newzealand

New Zealand is an Island Country in the South-western Pacific Ocean. New Zealand is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy.

New Zealand has a Unique & Dynamic Culture. The Climatic conditions of New Zealand are generally cold. 

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Study in New Zealand

Mostly summers are 20-30 degrees and winter is 10-15 degrees C. The Capital of New Zealand is Wellington. Other important cities include Auckland, Hamilton, Christchurch and Dunedin. 

New Zealand has a market economy that depends on International Trade. The main sector of income in New Zealand is Tourism & the next is Agriculture. New Zealand ranked 4th most prosperous country in the Asia Pacific Region. It has a main focused on small manufacturing and high tech sectors.

The people of New Zealand are friendly and Indian food and spices are available everywhere. Famous for its natural geysers and spa’s, New Zealand offers a huge range of things to see and do. All the major towns have cinemas, nightclubs, restaurants, art galleries and museums. Professional theater companies operate throughout the country and pop concerts feature regularly, often with overseas artists.

The wide-open spaces and beautiful national parks, combined with relatively mild winters, meaning that New Zealanders seem to just live about outdoors. A variety of sports, such as swimming, rugby, cricket, cycling, walking, hockey, soccer, netball, horse riding, tennis, touch football, golf, basketball, badminton, bowls (lawn and indoor), yachting, volleyball, squash, cycling, mountain biking, trail biking, motor racing, skiing, shooting, rowing, and fishing are all a part of life in New Zealand.


Studying in Newzealand:

New Zealand in recent years has become a popular study abroad destination among international students especially among South Asian students. It is a fast emerging destination among Indian students for quality education and conducive learning environment. Over the past years, New Zealand has witnessed a consistent growth in the number of students preferring New Zealand as a study abroad destination over other countries.


New Zealand university system is research-based as it is based on the British education model. This means there are a lot of similarities between the two systems, such as the teaching methods. The fact India also follows British education system makes it easier for Indian students to adjust. The academic staff is expected to be researchers as well as teachers. This ensures a high quality learning experience. New Zealand Vice-Chancellors’ Committee, the universities’ representative body, has legal responsibility for course approval and moderation.


Unlike many other countries, New Zealand universities do not have a lot of competition to get admitted for a university degree. That is because the New Zealand government has invested heavily in higher education over the years. Because of that New Zealand universities have more capacity than the number of students.

Students with moderate grades can get entry to most Bachelor degree programs easily. Hence the entry requirements are minimal compared to most of the top universities in the world.


Living in Newzealand :- In addition to your tuition and insurance fees, you will need between $20,000 and $25,000 per year ($380–480 per week) for accommodation/rent, food expenses, transportation costs, phone bills, internet usage and entertainment. No matter what your tuition or course fee is, the average living expense will be same for everyone. Please note that these amounts are just recommendations, Immigration New Zealand requirement is $15,000 per year plus return airfare or additional $2,000.