Study in New Zealand

Study In New Zealand

Are you planning to study in New Zealand? If so, we understand why! This country really seems to have it all: well-reputed universities, high quality of life, diverse communities, vibrant cities, stunning natural scenery and an unbeatable range of outdoor pursuits, all within a relatively compact area. Cities such as Auckland and Wellington offer no shortage of cultural activities, while those with a passion for the great outdoors will encounter a mindblowing range of terrains – including glaciers, mountains, rainforest and of course plenty of coastline

Top Reasons to Study in New Zealand

The campuses are as beautiful as the landscape

Students who’ve studied abroad in New Zealand often fall short of words to describe the beauty of this country. It is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty that extends to all its universities’ campuses too. Studying in New Zealand is nothing short of an extended vacation.

Excellent quality of programs & courses

All the programs offered by the state-funded universities in New Zealand go through stringent quality checks. All non-university education programs need to be approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), a New Zealand government organization responsible for quality control. In fact, you won’t get a student visa if the course you’re planning to pursue in New Zealand is not approved by a quality assurance body like NZQA.

British-based education system

One of the main reasons for New Zealand being a preferred destination among Indians is that the education programs and degrees are based upon the British education system. Being a colony of the British Empire, it follows the tested and the most recognized system of British education which is very similar to what is followed in India.

Internationally Recognized World Class Institutions

New Zealand universities rank among the best in the world. In fact, all the 8 universities rank among the top 3% globally and have found a place in the latest 2016 – 2017 QS World University Rankings as well. A qualification from any of the universities will give you an edge over the others. The universities enroll fewer students and its excellent student-teacher ratio (an average of 6.7) allows you to have a close interaction with the teachers. The institutions have a well balanced curriculum with equal importance on practical and theoretical knowledge.

Affordable tuition fee

The cost of studying in New Zealand is much less compared to countries offering same programs. The tuition fee + cost of living for New Zealand is cheaper than popular study abroad destinations like the US, UK, Australia, Singapore, Canada, Hong Kong, Switzerland (2015 research by FAIRFX currency exchange.) An MBA program in New Zealand is much less compared to those offered by many institutions in the Northern Hemisphere.In fact, international PhD students pay the same fees as domestic students of NZ.

Top 5 universities in Canada

University of Auckland

University of Otago

Victoria University of Wellington

University of Canterbury

University of Waikato