Benefits of study in New Zealand
You obtain an internationally recognized qualification
You attain one year job search visa after your study in New Zealand
You find full time job offer during job search visa, you will get two year work permit
You get points for permanent residency in New Zealand
You can work part-time while you study
Your dependents can accompanied to New Zealand along with you and dependents can work while you study
Skill shortage and many job opportunities will help you to find very good jobs and permanent residency in New Zealand
Features of New Zealand’s Universities:
o Each is a public institution and part-funded (around 50 per cent of total income) by the Government.
There are no privately owned universities.
o Each is autonomous (independently managed and governed) by its own council drawn from the community, business, staff and the student body, together with local and central government representatives.
o All offer general degrees with a large choice of subjects but each also has strengths in specialized professional degrees.
NZ universities have following intakes:
Each University operates slightly different dates. Some institutes have round-the-year intake.
The tuition fee differs from one university to other and also varies widely with courses. It can
be from as low as NZ$ 14,000 to NZ$ 35,000 per annum. Visit institutions’ website for exact
The approximate expenses of living in New Zealand are NZ$ 10,000 to NZ$ 15,000, which include food, accommodation, transportation as well as other daily expenses. However,expenses may vary depending on lifestyle.
STEPS/PROCESS FOR STUDENT VISA
Step 1: Attend a counseling session @
Step 2: Collecting documents
Step 3: Apply for admission
Step 4: Issuance of offer letter
Step 5: Application for student visa (FTS)
Step 6: Telephonic interview (optional)
Step 7: Visa outcome / AIP (approval in principle)
Step 8: Pay tuition fee & FTS after your visa approval
Step 9: Fly to NZ