Why Study in New Zealand

New Zealand

Study in New Zealand

Study in New Zealand, New Zealand Educational Consultants in Dilsukhnagar Hyderabad Educational Consultants for New Zealand in Dilsukhnagar , New Zealand Educational Consultancy in Dilsukhnagar Hyderabad LLC Consultancy leading Study in New Zealand consultant in Dilsukhnagar Hyderabad has become one of the world’s most preferred destinations in attracting & fascinating

international Students because of its beautiful Culture, Supportive Learning Environment and for being

Practical, Modern and Desirable. New Zealand’s education system is based on the prestigious British system.

Which offers world-class facilities, resources and teaching staff, and the qualification is  valued and transferable

throughout the world.

There are around 4,000 Indian students in New Zealand &issued about 3,800 visas in this academic year. The

job market in New Zealand is still hot. It is a good place to find work with good salary levels. New Zealand is

the only country that provides a one-year job search visa, regardless of the course pursued by a student. Once

you get a job, you can apply for two years of work permit, following which you can apply for permanent

residency. New Zealand offers a safe and stable democratic political environment. Living and tuition costs

compare well with other countries. New Zealand has two official languages – English and Māori.

Auckland is the largest and most culturally diverse city of New Zealand. About one million people live in

Auckland. The other major cities are Wellington, which is the capital city, followed by Christchurch and



 Academic Colleges Group

 Auckland Institute of Studies At St Helens

 Auckland University of Technology

 Avonmore Tertiary Institute

 Bay of Plenty Polytechnic

 Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology

 Cornell Institute of Bus & Tech

 CTC Aviation Training

 Design & Arts College

 Eastern Institute of Technology

 Edenz College

 International College of Auckland

 International College of Linguistics

 International Pacific College

 International Aviation Academy of New Zealand

 Institute of Applied Learning

 Le Corden Bleu

 Lifeway College

 Lincoln University

 Manukau Institute of Technology

 Massey University

 Media Design School

 MFH International Institute

 Nelson Malbourgh Institute of Technology

 New Zealand Career College

 Newzealand Institute of Business and Technology

 New Zealand Management Academies

 New Zealand School of Travel & Tourism

 New Zealand Tertiary College

 Newton College of Business & Technology

 Northshore International Academy

 North Tec

 Otago Polytechnic

 Pacific International Hotel Management School

 Quantum Education Group

 Queenstown Resort College

 Southern Institute of Technology

 Seymour National College of Tourism & Travel

 SAE Institute (Auckland)

 Travel Careers & Trainning Ltd & The Sir George

 Unitec

 Universal College of Learning (UCOL)

 University of Auckland

 University of Canterbury

 University of Otago

 University of Waikato

 UUNZ Institute of Business

 Victoria University of Wellington

 Waiariki Institute of Technology

 Waikato Inst of Technology

 Wellington Institute of Technology

 Western Inst of Technology at Taranaki

 Whitecliff College of Arts and Design

 Whiteria Polytechnic

 Yobee School of Design

Education System

Education Chart

There are 10 levels of study in New Zealand schools and universities. The lowest level is a certificate and the

highest is a doctoral degree. Each level is more complex than the one below it. These are the names of our

qualifications and their levels:

1. Certificates are levels 1 to 4

2. Diplomas are levels 5 and 6

3. Bachelor's degrees and graduate diplomas are level 7

4. Postgraduate certificates and diplomas, and bachelor's degrees with honours are level 8

5. Master's degrees are level 9

6. Doctoral degrees are level 10.

All of our major education providers have qualifications with these names. This means that you can

easily understand the level of the qualification and compare qualifications between education providers.

New Zealand has 8 Universities, 25 Polytechnics and/or Institutes of Technology and about 440 secondary


New Zealand’s eight national universities offer the best degree programmes in academic and professional

studies. All universities offer a broad range of subjects for degrees in Computing & IT, Engineering, Commerce,

Science and the Arts. Most degrees in New Zealand are for 3 years but there are also a number of degrees which

take 4 years.

High Quality Education

All major education providers are registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), so you

can be sure that you are studying for an approved qualification that has been assessed to ensure that it is of high

quality. Some private training establishments don’t use NZQA qualifications – you should check and make sure

their courses are suitable for you.


Universities prefer applicants with very good academic background and decent score in TOEFL or IELTS for

admission Postgraduate and Masters Programmes may vary between Faculties, Applicants may also be required

to provide evidence of relevant work/research experience. For postgraduate applications where the student will

be undertaking a thesis, a research proposal will be required.

Main intake every year commences in Jun-July, Dec-Jan.

Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics have two semesters – February to June and July to November – with

holidays similar to secondary schools. Some half-year courses start in July.

Each university has its own timetable but generally the year is split into 2 semesters of about 12 weeks each,

with a 2-week break during the semester and a 6-week break in the middle of the year. The breaks are not

necessarily holidays – you may need the time for research and study.

Some universities offer ‘summer school’ courses from November to February, which reduces the number of

years it takes to complete a degree.

Required tests

New Zealand colleges and universities accept either TOEFL or IELTS scores as proof of English proficiency.

Pre-Degree- Diploma & Undergraduate Degree

IELTS (Academic) score – Overall score of 6.0 with no band less than 5.5 or overall 5.5 with no band less than


TOEFL score:

Paper-based – total score of 550 with minimum of 4.0 in Test of Written English (TWE)or

Computer-based – total score of 213 with minimum Essay rating of 4.0 or

Internet-based – total score of 80

Postgraduate Degree

IELTS (Academic) score – Overall band score of 6.5 & band score of 6.0 in all  bands

TOEFL score:

Paper-based – total score of 575 with minimum of 4.5 in Test of Written English (TWE)or

Computer-based – total score of 233 with minimum Essay rating of 4.5 or

Internet-based   – total score of 90

Cost of Education & Duration of programs

The fees at the universities are calculated on a per course/paper or per point basis and may vary according to


Polytechnic Courses these range from NZ$10,000 – NZ$15,000 per year depending on the course or degree

University Degrees from NZ$18,000 – NZ$25,000 per year for most under-graduate degrees

Post-graduate Degrees NZ$ 40,000

Courses in Medicine & Engineering may be more depending on the university & City.

Duration of programs:

Masters 2 Years except for programs

Postgraduate Diploma 1 Year

Graduate Diploma 1 Year

Bachelors – 3 Years/ 4 Years

Diplomas 1 Year /2 Years

MBA 18 months but can be completed in 1 year as well.

Programs for 4 Years: BHSc. (Physiotherapy), Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science and Bachelor of

Engineering Honours.

Conjoint degrees are an estimate. Students will be charged on the basis of their paper enrolment rather than by


Accommodation and living expenses

The total cost depends on each students spending habits. However a student should be able to live in New

Zealand for a total cost of living of between NZ$8,000 and NZ$10,000 a year including accommodation,

transport and entertainment.

Application Procedure

For Graduation Courses:

NewZealand have rolling intakes that is every month they have admissions.Admission to a University or college

in NewZealand requires a completion of twelve years of elementary and secondary education.

All students must have the required English Language proficiency with regards to the course. IELTS of 5.5 for

5+7 levels (2 years program) and 6.0 for level 7 (1 year program) and 6.5 for PG Diploma(1 year course) and

Masters( 2 years course), TOEFL score of 79 and above, PTE score of 52 and above for graduate and

postgraduate degrees.

In the Indian context, this implies qualifying in class 12th examination or junior college as applicable. The

acceptable degrees include : Indian School Certificate, Intermediate Certificate, Higher School Certificate,

Higher Secondary Certificate, All India Senior School Certificate.

Most universities ask for a minimum of 75% aggregate marks and a minimum of 60% in English.

In case the criteria is not met, you may be required to complete one year of education in any university in India

or do a foundation course in some university in New Zealand. Any further details can be discussed with the

respective universities.


For Post Graduation Courses:

Most NewZealand universities accept the Indian graduation system of three years for entry into most

postgraduate courses. An Indian bachelor degree like B. A., B. Com. or B. Sc. is equivalent to a New Zealand

Bachelor (Ordinary) Degree

However, some courses and universities may require a qualification equivalent to New Zealand Bachelor

(Honours) Degree, which requires 16 years of formal education, which would mean another year after

graduation or a four year degree course like B. E., B.Tech or other such courses.

For most Universities, a good first degree from a leading university in India or its equivalent is essential.



Level of

Qualification Per Annum in NZD

Level 5

Diploma 10000-12000NZD

Level 6




Level 7




Level 8 Post-




Level 9

Masters 20000-24000NZD


12000-15000 NZD/YEAR


New Zealand is the most popular study destinations for diploma, graduation and masters degrees in the world.

The highest occupational groups are professionals including physicians, mathematicians, financial managers,

computer engineers, hospitality, telecoms, medicine, health care and Business.

International students can take up on campus jobs, they are allowed to work 20 hrs during their study. On

campus jobs may include teaching assistantships, research assistantship where a student is paid an average of

10-15 NZD per hour thus student earns approximately 800-1200$ NZD per month. With this, student can do

internship in the related field which may be paid.

During vacation the student is allowed to work for 40 hrs per week. On completion of the course, student is

allowed to work for 1 year popularly known as PSW(Post Study Work). On obtaining work the student can later

apply for work permit visa or Permanent Residency.

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