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Undoubtedly New Zeeland is one of the greatest places where you can study, work and settle. It’s a beautiful country all over the world. You will be amazed by seeing the nature of beauty. Nowadays, the student’s first choice to study abroad is New Zealand rather than the USA, UK, and Australia because of their affordable tuition fees, low crime rate, and highest possibility to get permanent residency. Also, New Zealand has an international reputation as a provider of quality.

The New Zealand education programs and degrees are based on the world’s most recognized and accredited education system- The British System- without the same expense. All students on a student visa can work up to 20 hours per week during the semester and full-time during vacations i.e, 40 hours. Many New Zealand institutions offer a student employment service called ‘Student Job Search’ to help you find work.

New Zealanders believe life is for living. It’s about balancing a good day’s work with time for family and friends. The people of New Zealand are some of the most amazing, loving, and welcoming. Usually, International students choose New Zealand because of the stable economy, lower living cost, stability of government, comfortable weather, educational system, Work opportunities, and ease of getting residency. If you want to get high-quality education along with PR New Zealand will be the absolute choice. There are over 100,000 people who go and study in New Zealand every single year. With this unique combination of top-quality education and top-class services, why not becomes a top-class student of New Zealand? 

Popular Cities of New Zealand for International Students


1) Wellington.
2) Auckland.
3) Hamilton.
4) Christchurch.
5) Dunedin.
6) Palmerston North.

Why should you choose New Zealand?


1) Globally recognized qualifications 


All eight universities of New Zealand consistently rank high in QS World Rankings* and Times Higher Education Rankings, and qualifications from any of these are accredited across the globe, opening doors to prospects everywhere. The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) also ensures that institutions are registered to enroll international students and comply with qualifications standards.

2) Innovation and research


New Zealand provides abundant opportunities for research for students. The country boasts of highly experienced faculty, well-equipped laboratories, and access to the latest technology, equipment, and opportunities. Its innovative spirit has made it a hub of new technologies, research, and development in various fields such as healthcare, physics, geology, engineering, astronomy, computer science, agriculture, etc. Add to it, the Nobel prizes that the country has in its kitty simply reinstate the significance and vast scope of research in New Zealand.

3) Lower tuition fees & lots of scholarships 


While New Zealand’s education system is based heavily on the British one, it comes at a lower cost. Tuition fees for a year tend to cost around NZ$20,000, or just under £10,000. That should leave you with a little more money to have fun with! 

On top of the lower tuition costs, there are also lots of options available for scholarships to help fund your studies. It takes a bit of digging and investigating to find one to which you could apply, but we’d recommend starting by checking out the websites of whichever university you’re keen on applying. Or better yet, just send them an email and ask. 

4) Safe and peaceful 


New Zealand ranks second on the Global Peace Index 2018*, which speaks about the social tolerance and political stability of the Kiwi democracy. As an international student, you’ll have the same rights as your Kiwi counterparts.

5) Quality of life


New Zealand offers a wonderful multicultural environment that exists in perfect harmony with the country’s outdoorsy lifestyle. Replete with all kinds of natural landscapes ranging from snowcapped mountains and steaming volcanoes to rolling green hills, golden sandy beaches, and lush rainforests, New Zealand screams wanderlust. Living here provides every student a chance to grow with its diverse culture and natural beauty all at once.


Cost of Education in New Zealand

1) Undergraduate Program: 15,000 – 30,000 New Zealand dollar.

 2) Graduate Program: 15,000 – 30,000 New Zealand dollar.

Required documents for University application


1) Scan copy of passport.
2) Scan copies of Academic certificates.
3) Scan copies of the Academic Marksheet.
4) Statement of purpose/ Motivation Letter(SOP).
5) Letter of Recommendation(LOR).
6) Updated Resume/CV.
7) A scanned copy of the IELTS certificate(if required).
8) Job experience letter(if required).
9) Extracurricular activity/ECA Certificate(If any).
10) Research/Publication Experience(If any).
11) Other supporting documents(If required).

Our Partner University


The university of Auckland

Auckland University of Technology

Victoria University Wellington

Lincoln University – New Zealand

Massey University

University of Canterbury

The University of Otago.


Why study in Canada?

The quality of education and return on investment (ROI) are the most important reasons why students choose to study at Canadian universities. On the other hand, tuition fees are generally lower than studying in the USA, Australia, or the U.K.

Canada is the world’s third-best education country, with a reputation for giving excellent educational options to overseas students.

No, you can not apply to Canadian universities without having an IELTS or TOEFL score. The average IELTS and TOEFL scores for undergraduate and postgraduate programs required by the universities are given below respectively. 1) Undergraduate: – IELTS: 6.5(no band less than 6) – TOEFL: 80 or higher 2) Postgraduate: – IELTS: 7(no band less than 6.5) – TOEFL: 90 or higher

Undergraduate fees start from $13000 to $30000 CAD whereas Master’s degree tuition fees varies from $22000 to $35000 CAD per year. Note: Scholarships are available for International students.

Yes, you can apply with your DUOLINGO scores to study in Canada. The average DUOLINGO scores are given below for undergrad and postgraduate studies respectively. 1) Undergraduate: – DUOLINGO: 110 or higher. 2) Postgraduate: – DUOLINGO: 120 or higher.

It is dependent on the level of education you select. Undergraduate students, for example, are accepted for a two-year study gap, but postgraduate students are accepted for a five-year study pause.

What are the finest study options in Canada?

There are several popular courses in Canada, spanning from management to pharmacology. There is a lot to consider. For further information, please contact us.

You may be required to take a variety of examinations in order to gain admission to a Canadian college, ranging from the GMAT to the IELTS. These tests may or may not be required, depending on the level you wish to pursue your education.

Yes, it is mandatory to have health insurance in Canada. Medical coverage varies from province to province. International students are not covered by government health insurance schemes and must purchase private health insurance.

Yes, you may work on-campus or off-campus without a work permit if you have a study permit and are enrolled full-time at an authorized institution. Full-time International students can work for 20 hours a week in Canada.

The first step is to apply for admission to a government-approved Institution. After receiving a letter of acceptance, you may be eligible to apply for a study permit.

The permanent residence visa is granted on the basis of a point system. The PGWPP will help you earn relevant work experience that will help you apply for permanent residency in Canada.



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