Currency NZ Dollar
Language English, Maori
Population 5.1 Million
GDP $ 201 Billion
Dialling Code +64
Friendly and welcoming, New Zealand has something to offer everybody. It is world-famous for its friendly people, spectacular landscape, beaches, vibrant multicultural cities and relaxed lifestyle. In addition to all the above NZ is proud of its nuclear free image and is a peaceful, politically-stable country with some of the world’s lowest rates of corruption.
People from different ethnic groups and social classes live here with far fewer problems than found in most other countries. There is a liberal democracy with strong tradition of respect to human values, human rights and freedom.
New Zealand has an excellent education system, which is highly respected internationally. The NZ government has strong quality assurance systems to ensure high quality education at all levels of the education system including both public and private. In addition to this NZ offers a safe learning environment and institutes are known to offer high quality education.
New Zealand institutes and universities offer wide variety of courses like architecture, accounting, business, hospitality, information technology, cyber security, business analytics, biotechnology, environmental science, law, teaching, early childhood, veterinary science, social work, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, automotive, multimedia, animation, logistics, nursing, horticulture, travel and tourism etc
New Zealand universities and institutions offer two major intakes. Intakes may also be referred to as a semester.
Admissions for private and vocational institutes may vary and many have multiple intakes available in the months of March, April, May, June, August and October.
All Indian students must obtain a student visa to Study in New Zealand. The student visa must be applied online via the NZ government Real Me Portal. You can apply up to 120 days before your intended date of program’s start date.
As a guide, you’ll usually need to provide the following documents with your student visa application:
⦁ An offer of place from university or college
⦁ Your passport
⦁ Evidence that you have sufficient funds for your tuition fee, living expenses and return airfares
⦁ Medical and Chest X Ray certificate from NZ govt approved panel physician
⦁ Character Certificate (You must provide police certificates from your country(s) of citizenship and any country(s) you've spent more than 5 years in since turning 17)
⦁ Medical insurance for the entire duration of your course
⦁ Visa application fee (presently NZ$ 310/-
⦁ Prove and meet the Genuine Entry requirement to study and prove that you will comply the student visa regulations while in NZ
International students studyinf full-time at any NZ collete/univversity and on a valid student visa enrolled in full time course are allowed to work part-time up to 20 hours a week during classes and full-time on scheduled holidays. If a student is enrolled in Masters by research or doctoral degree program awarded by a New Zealand tertiary institution then they are allowed to work full time during the term and full time during scheduled holidays