Why study in New Zealand
1. A world class education
Every single university in New Zealand is included in the QS World Rankings.
2. Lower tuition fees & lots of scholarships
While New Zealand’s education system is based heavily on the British one, it comes at a lower cost. Tuition fees for a year tend to cost around NZ$20,000, or just under £10,000. That should leave you with a little more money to have fun with!
3. A fantastic culture
New Zealand has a rich cultural heritage, a meeting point of British influenced Western ways and traditional culture of the indigenous Māori people.
4. Work while you study (and after)
This is a huge advantage! While a lot of countries don’t allow you to take up part time work while on student visa New Zealand does. Sure, you may not want to (or have to) work while studying, but for those of you that do want to earn a little extra spending money, you’re free to do so.
Requirements to follow in New Zealand
Relevant 12th certificate/undergraduate degree/master’s degree from a recognized university in the relevant field (minimum marks depend upon the university and department opted for).
Entrance like GMAT or GRE Scores.
Resume/CV (course-specific requirement).
Statement of Purpose.
Bank Statements and proof of financial coverage for your entire study abroad timeline.
Cost of studying & living
The following table shows the average tuition fee for the courses available at colleges in New Zealand:
Degree Program Average Tuition Fee (Annually) in NZ$
Diploma and Short Term Courses 12000-18500/-
Bachelor’s Degree 22000-32000/-
Master’s Degree 26000-37000/-
An international student studying in New Zealand is likely to spend around 13000 to 16000 NZ$ per year to study in the country. This cost is likely to remain the same throughout courses. The cost of accommodation for a three-four bedroom house is NZ$565 (INR 29390) per week in 2020, or NZ$215 (INR 11184) a room per week.
Scholarship to study in New Zealand
With so many Indian students applying to New Zealand institutions, different facilities and exemptions have been made available to help them. These scholarships assist Indian and foreign students in decreasing the expenditure and cost to study in New Zealand. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit, academic performance, or potential abilities. Interested students must contact our consultants for applying in scholarship program.