New Zealand is becoming the first choice for an increasing number of international students seeking quality education and to explore new ideas in pioneering programs that will put them at the front in the world job markets of the future. The country has 99% literacy and 95% of people live in cities. According to a United Nations 2011 survey it is among the top 5 in the world on quality of life. New Zealand has three categories of educational institutions public universities, polytechnics and Private Training Providers.

NZQA is responsible for approving and registering all courses and national qualifications offered at polytechnics and private training establishments.

This body ensures the quality of education and determines the delivery of qualifications. You can be assured that Institutions in NZ provide superior quality education and an experience of a life time. As a former British colony, NZ’s education system is based on the prestigious British system.

NZ higher education is relatively affordable as Tuition fee and Living costs are lower owing to the NZD exchange rates in comparison to AUD, USD & other currencies.

English Proficiency:

All students seeking to study in NZ must be fluent in English. An IELTS or other English proficiency exams

scores is required for admission and visa.

Diploma programs: Overall band score of 5.5 with no band less than 5.0

Bachelors Degree: Overall band score of 6.0

Graduate Diploma: Overall band score of 6.0

Master Programs: Overall band score of 6.5

Admission Intakes:

1. Main Intakes – February and September

2. Other Intakes – May, July, November

Living Costs:

Living Expenses in New Zealand per student will be approximately around NZ$8,000 and NZ$10,000 a year which includes accommodation, transport and entertainment.

Work:

Spouse of the students going for Post graduate courses or for courses listed in immediate or long term Skill shortage list can accompany the student on a work permit.

Admission Requirements:

To start with, the student should collect various brochures and prospectus for different institutions and do a comparative analysis of the institutions, vis-à-vis course details, tuition fee, standing of the university etc.

Documents Requirements:

All educational documents starting from 10th to higher education

English Language Requirements (IELTS or PTE with a score of 5.5 and above)

Work Experience (if any)

Financial support documentation

IT Returns

Visa:

Application processing time for visa is about 3 to 6 weeks. Application is scrutinized against all the documents submitted like education certificates, financial documents and work experience documents. Some students may be required to attend a telephonic interview with at New Zealand High Commission, New Delhi or provide further information to enable the visa officer to make a decision. Students will be required to show NZ$15,000 per year towards living expenses as finances for visa purposes. Under the new FTZ scheme students can optionally deposit this into a specially designated bank account to be released periodically during the course of study.

Upon successful application, student visa will be valid for a period in proportion to the duration of the fee paid. If a student pays fees for the entire duration of the course then visa is issued for the full term of the study. Visa is only granted max of 3 Weeks before the course start date.

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