Benefits of Study in New Zealand
- You obtain an internationally recognized qualification
- You attain a one-year job search visa after your study in New Zealand
- You find full-time job offers during job search visa, you will get a two-year work permit
- You get points for permanent residency in New Zealand
- You can work part-time while you study
- Your dependents can be 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:
- Each is a public institution and part-funded (around 50 percent of total income) by the Government. There are no privately-owned universities.
- 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.
- All offer general degrees with a large choice of subjects but each also has strengths in specialized professional degrees.
NZ universities have the following intakes:
Note: Each University operates on slightly different dates. Some institutes have round-the-year intake.
The tuition fee differs from one university to another and also varies widely with courses. It can be from as low as NZ$ 14,000 to NZ$ 35,000 per annum. Visit institutions’ websites for the exact fee structure.
The approximate expenses of living in New Zealand are NZ$ 10,000 to NZ$ 15,000, per year. Which include food, accommodation, transportation as well as other daily expenses. However, expenses may vary depending on lifestyle.
STEPS/PROCESS FOR STUDENT VISA
- Attend A Counselling Session.
- Collecting Documents.
- Apply For Admission.
- Issuance of Offer Letter.
- Application for Student Visa (FTS).
- Telephonic Interview (Optional).
- Visa Outcome / AIP (Approval in Principle).
- Pay Tuition Fee & FTS After Your Visa Approval.
- Fly To NZ.