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Why Study in New Zealand?

Due to saturating opportunities in the top/traditional destinations to study abroad, new destinations such as New Zealand are emerging.

According to a report published by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, around 30000 Indian students were reportedly studying in aNew Zealand (18.07.2018).

If you combine the strength of Indian and Chinese students in New Zealand, they will make about 50% of the entire international student populace of the country.

Top reasons

  • Quality Education

    • Around 8 universities of New Zealand rank under top 500 universities of the world. In another way, these 8 universities are ranked among the top 3% globally.

    • The education system of New Zealand is based on the British Model. The tradition of higher education in Britain has a very rich legacy. Due to the British impact on the Indian Higher education system, Indian students experience a sense of familiarity. 

    • If you are fond of the Hogwarts style of Architecture in the college buildings, then New Zealand is just the place for your study abroad dream.

  • Low cost of Tuition Fee

    • The cost of living and tuition fees in New Zealand is very low compared to other popular study abroad destinations. Monthly expenses for an international student is NZ$ 1200-1500 NZ$ per month. 

    • International PhD students pay the same fees as NZ students.

    • Indicative Tuition Fees

      • UG: NZ$20,500 - NZ$25,000 annually

      • PG Diploma and degree: NZ$19,000 - NZ$ 29,000 annually

      • MBA: NZ$ 31,000 - NZ$ 50,000 annually

      • PhD: NZ$ 6,500 - NZ$ 9,000 annually

  • Global Exposure: According to a report, there are more than 1.2 lac International Students studying in New Zealand from countries such as Europe, Japan, India, South America, US and Australia. Hence, studying in New Zealand will bring exposure to global practices.

  • Employment Opportunities: According to ED (Executive Director) of Universities New Zealand, 97% of graduate students got placed after their degree course and around 90% got jobs in similar fields of their course.

  • Liberal Post-study work visa: New Zealand’s post-study visa scheme is valid for 1 year and can be extended to 2 years if your job is relevant to the course you studied.

  • You can work up to 20 hours per week during your studies if the course duration is a minimum of 2 years

Interesting Facts

Most of the Indian students in New Zealand pursue vocational courses in tertiary institutions (70%) and polytechnics (20%) according to Education New Zealand.

If you need any help with the application process or financial assistance, feel free to contact us careertalks@9careercafe.com or request a callback.

 



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