New Zealand (or Aotearoa – land of the long white cloud), truly is one of the most picturesque and photogenic places on earth. The country is made up of some of the worlds most spectacular landscapes, from vast mountain ranges, steaming volcanoes to sweeping coastlines. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy was shot entirely in NZ. New Zealand is one of the finest countries for higher education. The Education Index, which was published by the UN’s Human Development Index in 2008, shows that New Zealand is one of the best places for education. New Zealand’s international student population has grown rapidly in recent years, especially from India. New Zealand has its fundamental education principles takes from the UK education system that is based on high level of practicality and research orientation. New Zealand education is recognized worldwide and the overall cost of education is much more affordable when compared to the other developed nations along with very good part time job opportunities and transparent VISA regulations. These make New Zealand one of the most sought after education destinations in the world.
Ireland offers quick course completion at an affordable tuition fee than many other countries. But it’s not just the tuition fee alone you should be calculating in your budget, there’re a lot more expenses involved when you plan to study abroad. Look at our guide of estimates to help ease your financial budgeting whilst your stay as a student in Ireland. Yes, we’ve covered expenses like accommodation, food, health coverage, and travel too!
If you are planning to study in New Zealand, you need to apply for a Student VISA. You should have an offer of a place or have a confirmation of enrolment from a New Zealand education provider. You should show proof that you have sufficient funds to pay the tuition fee and support yourself throughout your stay in NZ.
Students who are enrolled in full time courses can work for upto 20hrs/week while studying and for 40hrs/week during holidays and course breaks.
You are eligible to work in NZ after you complete your course. You are eligible for a 12 months Post Study Work Visa, in which period you can search for a job in a field related to your studies. While you are looking for a job in your field you are allowed to work in any job to support yourself.
The currency of New Zealand is New Zealand Dollar (NZD) Conversion: 1NZD = 44.24 INR The average cost of education & living are: Annual Tuition Fees: NZD 20000 – NZD 25000 Annual Living Expenses: NZD 15000
If you are planning to study in New Zealand, you need to take the following exams: IELTS/TOEFL (Compulsory) - as a test of your proficiency in the English language. A good IELTS/TOEFL score gives you a preference for admission as well as for getting your Student VISA. GRE (Recommended based on the course) GMAT (Recommended based on the course)