Study in New Zealand

Study in New Zealand

About New Zealand- Country with the population of 4.5 Million yet safe and peaceful country ranked 2nd on Global Peaceful Index from consecutively 3 years. New Zealand has become one of most favorite destination among international students attracting over 30,000 students in 2019. It’s scenic beauty, welcoming culture and diverse population makes it one of best country to study, work and settle. NZ follows British Education system and their qualifications are globally accepted. Internationals students can get post study work visa upto 3 years leading to permanent residency. Many students choose to study courses leading to professions like Engineering, IT, Chef, Healthcare etc which are listed under Long Term Skills Shortage list which gives you an edge to get jobs and PR faster. One can find wide ranges of course from Business, IT, Data Analytics, Digital Marketing, Engineering and vine & viticulture which is their best courses. Also New Zealand proudly became first country to contain Covid-19 fully and lifted all restrictions in their country which shows their great crisis management.


Cost- New Zealand has variable options to study and the institutions are divided into three category which is university, ITP Government college (Institute of Technology Polytechnic) and PTE private college (Private Training Establishment). University tuition fee could range between NZD $ 22,000 to NZD $ 33,000 yearly, ITP government colleges could range from NZD $ 18,000 to NZD $ 28,000 and PTE private colleges could range from NZD $ 15,000 to NZD $ 22,000.


Admissions requirement – Good academics, English proficiency score, personal statement and resume.


Webinar- Our admission experts will share their student experiences and discuss various profiles applying as freshman student, working professional, dependent etc.


Who should attend the webinar- Specially for the working professionals and people who are willing to move to NZ with family through the student visa pathway.


What should attendees expect- Reasons to study in the New Zealand, Admissions requirements for NZ universities and colleges, the application process, admissions criteria, post-study job opportunities in NZ, popular streams in NZ, visa processing.


Added advantage – This webinar will be really beneficial for the working professionals with dependents who has long academic gap and are unsure about the process and requirements to apply and move to NZ.


Speaker - Richard Witts

Regional Lead at The University of Waikato

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