Why Study New Zealand?

  • It is a very peaceful and friendly nation with a world-class reputation for cutting-edge research and energy efficiency.
  • It is a well-known educational destination that follows the prestigious British educational scheme.
  • The high expectations in New Zealand colleges, universities, and institutes are well known around the world.
  • One of the most beautiful places to live in the world.
  • In comparison to many other countries around the world, New Zealand has a rather low tuition rate.
  • Tuition rates are competitive, and the cost of living is poor, so you get a lot of bang for the buck.
  • You will work part-time, up to 20 hours a week, on a student visa, and full-time during planned holidays.
  • After graduation, you can serve for up to four years. It can be determined by the topics you have learned.
  • Possibility of obtaining permanent residency after completion of your studies.
  • The key applicant’s spouse and dependents may accompany him or her on a tourist or work visa.

Higher Education System in New Zealand

Higher education or tertiary education in New Zealand delivered by the

  • Universities
  • Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs)
  • Private Training Establishments (PTEs)
  • Industry Training Organisations (ITOs)

Higher Education in New Zealand is managed by a quality assurance system called New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) which allows that institutions are registered to enroll international students and ensures compliance with qualifications standards.

8 universities in New Zealand offer degree courses in science, humanities, and commerce along with 18 institutes of technology and 600 training schools are there to offer you specialized training in engineering, medical, business, etc.

Types of programs offered by Higher Education Institutes

Associate’s Degrees

If you do not know whether a Bachelor’s degree will be helpful or not, you can go for an Associate’s degree. Mostly theory-based classes with some practical classes; the Associate’s degree will allow you to work immediately after completion of your course. You can later get a Bachelor’s degree by studying only a year extra instead of the required 3 years. However, the Associate’s degree is generally given for liberal arts.

Bachelor’s Degrees

New Zealand offers you a three years degree course at the undergraduate level. After completion of the first and second level, you can go to the second and third level respectively. For each subject, you have to attend a scheduled set of classes. All the grades received by you will count towards your final grade in the third year.

Postgraduate Degrees

You can achieve the following postgraduate degrees:

  • Graduate Certificates
  • Traditional Master’s Degree
  • Professional Master’s Degree
  • Doctorate Degrees

How To Apply?


July- Major intake



English Language Requirements

All students must be fluent in the English language if they are to succeed at university in New Zealand. IELTS is the most accepted test score to prove English proficiency. A band of 6.0/6.5 for undergraduate & 6.5 / 7.5 for postgraduate courses is desirable, however, sometimes IELTS can be waived off too.


In order to apply for a university, you need the following set of documents

  • Academic Documents ( from 10+ years of Education onwards )
  • Passport Copy
  • Statement of Purpose
  • CV
  • 2 Reference letters ( 3 references for Ph.D. )

Then complete and sign an application form, and select the course and intake you wish to enroll into. You can do it by making an online application. Submit all the documents to the university.

If you meet all the requirements then the university will issue an Offer of Place letter. If you accept a place in university then the university will issue you a confirmation of your Studies letter and Tax Invoice. We will assist you with the Student Visa application process.