Study Overseas in New Zealand

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Rolling hills, majestic mountains and breath-taking fjords – such amazing diversity in a single landscape is New Zealand for you! A booming career destination, to study in New Zealand has marked a special place in the field of attaining foreign education. Along with offering quality education at affordable fees, what wins all scores for New Zealand is that it’s the second safest country across the globe (Global Peace Index, 2018). The country offers a thriving career in the field of research and development.

If you wish to study in New Zealand, you must know that all the universities and courses offered here are highly recognized and regarded by employers across the globe. The country has two main islands — the South Island and the North Island, and a number of tiny islands. Wellington is the capital of New Zealand and Auckland is its largest urban area, considered as one of the world’s most liveable cities, ranking third in the 2019 Quality of Living Survey conducted annually by the global HR consultant – Mercer. 

English, Māor, and New Zealand Sign Language are the official languages, however, English is predominantly used throughout the country.

Advantages of Studying in New Zealand

Quality education and affordable cost of living.

Second-most safe country to live in.

Abundant opportunities in the field of research.

Offers flexible intakes and rolling intakes.

Ph.D. scholars can work full-time during their study period.

A highly supportive environment for international students.

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01Global Education Systems

New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) ensures that all its education institutions comply with the global qualification standards to be eligible to enroll international students.

02Excellent Pedagogy

Influenced by the British Education System, New Zealand focuses on research-based teaching methods, which means their learning modules follow a systematic and organized learning approach.

03Innovation and Research

New Zealand provides abundant opportunities in the field of research studies. The country has well-equipped laboratories with access to the latest technology and equipment.

04Great Scope for Ph.D. Scholars

The Ph.D. students in New Zealand enjoy many privileges. International Ph.D. students need to pay the same tuition fee as local students. Unlike other degree students, Ph.D. students are also eligible to work full-time during their study years.

05Quality of Life

New Zealand offers a multi-cultural environment along with an urban country lifestyle. Living here gives students a chance to become culturally advanced and live in a scenically beautiful environment.

06 Work to Support Your Education

As an international student in New Zealand, you can work up to 20 hours every week during semesters and full-time during semester breaks.

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Popular Courses to Study in New Zealand

Hospitality and Tourism
Business Studies
IT and Computer Sciences
Cyber Security
Health Sciences
Animation
Arts and Humanities
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Scholarships Offered to Study in New Zealand

New Zealand offers various scholarships, making it easier for more and more international students to study in New Zealand every year.

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Scholarships by the New Zealand Government
  • New Zealand Foreign Affairs and Trade Scholarships – It is available for students who come from Pacific and South-East Asian countries. The scholarship covers tuition fees, a fortnightly living allowance and other expenses.
  • New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships – It’s a stipend to cover tuition fees and other living expenses for up to three years for international students enrolled in a Ph.D. program at a university in New Zealand. The stipend is only awarded based on academic excellence.
  • Fulbright New Zealand US Graduate Awards – Scholarships for students from the US to study a postgraduate or research program in any field at a university in New Zealand. It covers tuition, living costs, airfares and more. 
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University Scholarships
  • Auckland University of Technology (AUT) – It offers various scholarships to international students.
  • Lincoln University –  It offers various scholarships to international students at different study levels and subjects.
  • Massey University Doctoral Scholarship – It offers scholarships to both domestic and international students to pursue doctorate-level programs.
  • University of Auckland, International Student Scholarships – It offers various scholarships at all study levels.
  • University of Canterbury – It offers a range of scholarships to international students.
  • University of Otago – It offers various postgraduate-level scholarships.
  • University of Waikato – It offers an International Excellence Scholarship based on academic merit. It is available for students of all study levels. Offers Michael Baldwin Memorial Scholarship for students from the South Pacific (excluding Australia and New Zealand) who need financial aid.
  • Victoria University of Wellington – It offers the Latin American Academic Achievement Scholarship to support high-achieving Latin American students pursuing Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees.
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Other Scholarships Offered
  • AusIMM New Zealand Branch Education Endowment Trust Scholarships – It offers undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships for students enrolled in a New Zealand university for minerals-related study program.
  • Barbara Wood Memorial Foundation – It offers scholarships to students from the South Pacific who wish to pursue higher studies in New Zealand.
  • Reserve Bank of New Zealand University Scholarships – It offers scholarships to students of economics, finance or banking at Hons., Master’s and Ph.D. level. The Scholarship includes offer of Employment from Reserve Bank.
  • R.H.T. Bates Postgraduate Scholarship – A scholarship for domestic or international students enrolled in a doctorate in physical sciences and engineering at a university in New Zealand.
  • Surfshark Privacy and Security Scholarship – A $ 2,000 prize for a student enrolled in New Zealand as a high school, undergraduate or graduate student.
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Entry Criteria to Study in New Zealand

New Zealand Universities mainly offer Feb and July intakes. However, the institutes and ITP’s there offer multiple intakes across the year. To study in New Zealand, you need to show:

  • Need to have relevant academic qualification
  • Valid English test scores such as IELTS. English score requirement varies from level to level.
  • Your genuine intentions to study in New Zealand.
  • Evidence of sufficient funds to cover your living expenses throughout the period of your stay. You will need to show NZ$ 15,000 for a full year of study.

Expenditure Guide to Study in New Zealand

Expenditure Guide to Study in New Zealand

Institution/Degree *Annual Fee (NZD) (Indicative only)
Hospitality and Tourism 18,000 – 30,500
Business Studies 25,000 – 29,900
IT and Computer Sciences 22,000 – 32,000
Cyber Security 17,852 -20,000
Health Sciences 28,685 – 30,000
Animation 17,019 – 29,000
Arts and Humanities 15,000 – 25,000

*All costs are indicative only. The total expenditure can be obtained from the University Website, or by speaking to the xpert study abroad consultant at UniXperts.

Post-Study Work Rights in New Zealand

With effect from 2018, the Government of New Zealand, following a public consultation, has ushered in changes to immigration policies that impact post-study work rights for international students – Level 4 to 6, and non-degree Level 7 qualifications:

  • Level 4 to 6 and non-degree Level 7 qualifications:
    • A one-year open work visa is applicable. However, those who pursue their education outside Auckland can get a two-year open work visa.
  • Bachelor level qualifications:

o   A three-year open work visa is applicable.

  • Post-graduate level qualifications:

o   A three-year open work visa is applicable.

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New Zealand Study Visa Requirement

 Here’s a list of documents required for a student visa to study in New Zealand:

  • An offer letter from New Zealand Education Provider
  • Academic, Professional and English Proficiency documents
  • Valid Passport
  • Tuition Fee Evidence
  • Financial Ability Evidence
  • Police Clearance Certificate
  • Medical Examination
  • Supporting Statement – SOP

*Note: These are the basic requirements. Speak to the xpert study abroad consultants at UniXperts to get detailed guidance on the quick and efficient ways to obtain your New Zealand Student Visa.

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