Culturally diverse and stunningly beautiful, New Zealand can give you the study adventure of a lifetime.
A strong education system coupled with a low cost of living is something New Zealand manages to strike a balance between effectively. It is the country that attracts thousands of international students every year. New Zealand has certain qualities embedded in its education system and destination strengths that are unique to the country, chief among which is the reputation for academic excellence that has been backed by the past records.
According to the World Happiness Report 2018, New Zealand has been ranked 8th happiest country in the world. It isn’t surprising that the country has emerged as one of the most sought-after education destinations for international students. The New Zealand study visa is easy to get if the students qualifies the educational requirement.
Studying in New Zealand gives you a first-class academic education combined with the practical, hands-on learning that teaches you to think critically. High-quality tertiary education is available throughout the country, and all eight of our universities are ranked in the top 100 universities in the world in one or more subjects in the 2016 QS World University Rankings. The qualifications and degree attained at New Zealand’s universities are all recognized internationally.
Financial Undertaking Form/s (If more than one guarantor), Affidavit/s of Support from Guarantors, Authorization letter/s from guarantors authorizing Immigration New Zealand to verify their financial documents on their behalf, The students should provide evidence of funds upfront for duration of the courses that encompass two academic years or less inclusive of living expenses (NZ$ 15,000 per annum), Education loan sanction letter from a nationalised or multinational bank only, Latest bank statements for the past 6 months, Fixed Deposits. Public Provident Fund Accounts/Employers Provident Fund Accounts, Post Office Accounts and National Saving Certificates are required to be disbursed in to saving a/c of acceptable financial institution.
The students are permitted to work 20 hours off-campus every week. The average cost of living is 15,000 NZ$ per annum and it is easy for students to find part-time work with 16.50 $ per hour earning capability.
Information Technology, MBA & Diploma in Business Management, Health Sciences, Hospitality Management, Graphics and Animation, Travel & Tourism, Nursing, Healthcare and many other sectors offer employment opportunities to the professionals in New Zealand. The country has a very low unemployment rate and the salaries and incentives are numerous for the worthy people.
From postgraduate degrees to short-term English language courses, there is a qualification to suit everyone. Tuition fees for international students vary depending on the type of course, where the student wishes to study and for how long.
Students studying in New Zealand for more than one year need to have at least NZ$15,000 to support their stay in New Zealand for first year. If the student is willing to study for less than a year, then the student must have at least NZ$1250 for each month of study to contribute to the living expenses.
You can start your studies at the beginning of the first semester (February-June) or the second semester (July-November), or enrol in a short-term summer programme (June-July). To find out how to apply to study in New Zealand, talk to an advisor in at the GIC Group Office as they have a team of experts that will guide you through every process without any hassle.