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Study in New Zealand

New Zealand study abroad programs will expose students to an amazing variety of breathtaking landscapes. Many blockbuster movies have been shot there, including the Lord of the Rings trilogy. It is true – New Zealand’s unbelievable landscapes are very much what makes the country so unique and memorable. There are a wide variety of opportunities to view wildlife like dolphins and whales, as well as plenty of outdoor activities like white water rafting and bungee jumping. But there is more to New Zealand than its natural beauty. Students studying abroad in New Zealand will be captivated by this interesting and remote country.
Why Study in New Zealand?
  • Quality of education worth your shifting: New Zealand provides better quality education, which is the first thing that makes it worth shifting to the country. Each academic year has 2 or 3 semesters depending on the course. There are two intakes throughout the year; in January and July.
  • A good range of universities: It is a comparatively lesser-known fact that New Zealand has a wide range of universities. The University of Auckland, University of Otago, University of Canterbury etc., are a few popular ones.
  • ITPs for those who love it: ITPs are Institutes of Technology and Polytechniques, which provide foundational, undergraduate, and postgraduate courses. There are over 16 ITPs in New Zealand, and these are helpful for students who concentrate on these streams.
  • Wananga for those interested in cultures: In New Zealand, you will find three types of educational institutions; universities, Wanangas, and ITPs. Wanangas are educational institutes exclusively for those interested in learning the traditional values of the Maori cultures of New Zealand.
  • Get personalised attention: The class strength in universities is low in New Zealand. The government follows a ‘Code of Practice’ that establishes the minimum care each student expects.
  • A fabulous location to live in: New Zealand is a country where you find a mix of everything; mountains, fields, volcanoes, islands etc. You can never afford to miss the beautiful South Island and the Southern Alps.
  • Work permit: All international students studying in New Zealand for at least two years can get a work permit for a year. Also, you can work for 20 hours per week part-time during your semester.
  • Lower tuition fees: The education costs in New Zealand is roughly 10% lesser than in Australia. You have a variety of subjects and courses to choose from. There are over 400 universities that provide Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Doctoral degrees.
  • Warm and welcoming people: New Zealand has many people who welcome you well. You will never feel left alone, and it will benefit you. The intermingling of all cultures ensures you experience something different that, in turn, makes you less homesick.
  • Get scholarships and other financial aids: New Zealand offers several scholarships, fellowships, awards, and other financial aids to its students. These will be provided by trusts and universities and help cut your tuition fee expenses wholly or partially.

The New Zealand approach to education fosters self-reliance, inquisition and fresh thinking. You will find a holistic approach to education in New Zealand. This is born of the unique magic called New Zealand.