New Zealand

About New Zealand

New Zealand is unquestionably the safest country, ranking second on the Global Peace Index 2019. It has the right mix of opportunities, culture, economy, and climate for an Indian student to thrive, with globally ranked universities and a responsive education system. 

New Zealand has a top-notch educational system, credentials that are respected throughout the world, an unrivalled lifestyle, and hospitable locals. Studying in New Zealand is an adventurous experience thanks to the abundance of natural beauty, beautiful scenery, and picturesque coastlines that this island nation has to offer. One of the top destinations for Indian students wishing to study abroad is quickly becoming New Zealand. The nation has one of the best educational systems in the world, with plenty of chances for research, inexpensive tuition, a great support system, and a superior standard of life that is unmatched by any place else in the world.

Why Study In New Zealand

Outstanding Quality of Programs: The state-funded universities in New Zealand put rigorous quality controls on every degree they offer. There are 18 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPS) in New Zealand that offer vocational degree-level courses, 8 state-funded universities, and more than 550 private training establishments (PTEs)/English language schools that offer similar vocational courses at the certificate and diploma levels. Each of these institutions consistently upholds a high standard of education.

British-Based Education system: One of the primary reasons that New Zealand is a popular destination for Indians is that the education programmes and degrees are based on the British education system. As a British Empire colony, it follows the tried and true British educational system, which is very similar to what is followed in India.

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Internationally recognized Institutions: Universities in New Zealand are among the best in the world. All eight universities are ranked among the top 3% in the world, according to the most recent 2016 – 2017 QS World University Rankings. A degree from any of the universities will put you ahead of the competition. Universities enrol fewer students and the excellent student-teacher ratio (an average of 6.7) allows for close interaction with teachers. 

The curriculum at the institutions is well-balanced, with equal emphasis on practical and theoretical knowledge.

Abundant Job Opportunities: According to Chris Whelan, executive director of Universities New Zealand, 97% of students get jobs after graduation, and 90% of them get jobs related to the course they studied.

Affordable tuition cost: Studying in New Zealand is significantly less expensive than in other countries offering comparable programmes. The tuition fee plus the cost of living in New Zealand is less than that of popular study abroad destinations such as the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, Canada, Hong Kong, and Switzerland. An MBA programme in New Zealand costs significantly less than those offered by many institutions in the Northern Hemisphere. International P.hD students pay the same tuition as domestic New Zealand students.

International Exposure: Universities in New Zealand have a large number of international students, providing students with a truly international experience. According to Education New Zealand, the majority of Indian students studying in New Zealand are pursuing vocational courses at private tertiary institutions (70%) and polytechnics (20%).

Irresistible Charm of New Zealand: Last but not least, New Zealand provides the best of both worlds: a city lifestyle and a rural one. While appreciating the beauty of the countryside, you can access all the contemporary conveniences and luxuries of city life. People from all nations, regardless of religion, colour, caste, creed, or gender, are welcomed and treated with the utmost friendliness by New Zealanders.

How to apply for New Zealand VISA?

Those who are eager to enter the nation on a tourist visa can apply for it physically or online. It is possible to submit the online application. If they choose to submit an offline application, they may do so by downloading and completing Form INZ 1017. After that, you can deliver this form to the nearby New Zealand Visa Application Centre.

They must make sure they match the requirements for eligibility and submit supporting documentation with the form. The following documents are highlighted:

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Visa Processing Time :

The processing time for New Zealand Student Visa is 3 to 4 weeks approximately. The processing time may vary depending on the case and the location of the application center.

Province

AUCKLAND

NEW PLYMOUTH

WELLINGTON

NELSON

CANTERBURY

OTAGO

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FAQ'S

Yes, we absolutely hope you do. Other schools and providers are offering individual scholarships if you don’t win the full scholarship. Feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions. Education New Zealand and the New Zealand tertiary institutions also offer Generation Study Abroad $500 Excellence and $2,000 Travel awards for US students . Find out more on the Study in New Zealand website. Applications open September 1 and close December 1 for study in New Zealand beginning January 2019.

Yes. As soon as you apply, we’ll share your contact information with the 3 providers/universities you have chosen. They will then contact you to help you prepare for your study abroad adventure in New Zealand. Whether you are chosen as the recipient of this scholarship or not, we hope you choose to study abroad on one of their excellent programs.

Yes. Remember, you will still need to pay rent and you’ll need to eat! It’s also important to set aside some money for rent & spending money. Remember, this amount will likely be less than the amount you’d spend on your home campus for a semester.

No, not at all. We think you can be very creative with any of the three options. Remember, all photos must be original, and it helps if you’re actually in the photos. We look forward to seeing your stellar entries!

The deadline for New Zealand Scholarship application is Friday, October 19th, 2018 at 11:59 pm PST. With the number of applications we expect to receive, we recommend being proactive and applying early.

A written guarantee of accommodation is required before a student visa can be granted. Some institutions may be able to arrange residential accommodation for students who are not staying with relatives or friends. However, you may wish to arrange accommodation for yourself. You should indicate whether or not you want assistance in finding accommodation when you apply to the institution.

Yes, we absolutely hope you do. Other schools and providers are offering individual scholarships if you don’t win the full scholarship. Feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions. Education New Zealand and the New Zealand tertiary institutions also offer Generation Study Abroad $500 Excellence and $2,000 Travel awards for US students . Find out more on the Study in New Zealand website. Applications open September 1 and close December 1 for study in New Zealand beginning January 2019.

Your spouse can apply for a work visa only if you are doing a post graduate course in NZ or you are Studying a course towards qualifications in Long term Skill Shortage List.

If you wish to transfer to another course or institution, you must apply to the New Zealand Immigration Service to obtain a variation to your student permit, specifying the course and institution and, if appropriate, the extended validity of the permit. Note: The New Zealand Immigration Service will revoke a student permit if an international student withdraws from a course of Study at an institution.

You may jeopardize your immigration status in New Zealand as you were originally granted a student visa to Study a particular course. Any request for a change of course of Study would mean a re-assessment of your application.

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