Study In New Zealand
Why Study in New Zealand?
New Zealanders have a unique and dynamic culture, with European, Maori, Pacific and Asian influences. It’s a culture that celebrates the many different lifestyles we live, and the stories we have to tell.
Comparable in size and/or shape to Great Britain, Colorado or Japan, New Zealand has a population of only 3.8 million – making it one of the world’s least crowded countries. It is a haven for those seeking peace, rejuvenation and relaxation as well as a playground for thrill seekers and adventurers. A temperate climate with relatively small seasonal variation.
Students intending to study here can be assured of achieving qualifications of a consistent quality and a standard comparable to qualifications achieved in leading educational institutions in other parts of the world.
The New Zealand Government has put in place strong national quality assurance systems designed to help institutions maintain the quality and consistency of training and assessment programmes. All courses, programmes and qualifications offered at state institutions must be approved by a quality assurance body.
All national certificates, diplomas and degrees offered by New Zealand institutions are quality assured to protect your investment in education. It is illegal in New Zealand to use terms like ‘university’, ‘degree’, ‘polytechnic’, ‘national qualification’ unless approved by a government body.
Courses at private training establishments can also be quality assured and those that are will state that they are registered and approved by NZQA.
Quality of Education:
All state-owned institutions enjoy a high degree of academic freedom. They determine their own curricula, appoint staff and determine conditions of service. They select students within limitations on numbers and choose their own programmes of research.
However, to ensure that both the Government and individuals are investing in quality education, training and assessment, the Government has set up nationally recognised processes of quality assurance.
There are a number of government appointed bodies responsible for approving qualifications in New Zealand and for the quality that underpins the delivery of qualifications.
Benefits for studying in New Zealand include:
- Whilst New Zealand is a small and distant destination, it is a unique country in which to study and gain a qualification. You’ll find the rewards are well worth making the journey for, as well as training that simply can’t be found anywhere else in the world.
- No wonder New Zealand is the ultimate outdoor adventure playground, offering every kind of thrill and degree of blood-pumping adrenalin adventure to pure hedonistic relaxation and pleasure.
- New Zealanders are famed for their friendliness, hospitality and warmth to overseas visitors, and enjoy meeting folk from other cultures.
- You can expect a high standard of living conditions.
- Secondary and tertiary education in New Zealand offers an attractive and stimulating academic environment. The institutions are diverse in size and location, and offer a wide range of general and specialist courses.
- The quality of a New Zealand tertiary education is well-recognised internationally.
Many New Zealand graduates go on to postgraduate study in other countries, prior to taking up careers overseas or in New Zealand.
- New Zealand offers a safe and stable democratic political environment.
- A great variety of recreational and cultural experiences are available in a country renowned for its natural rugged beauty, yet without any dangerous animals.
- Living and tuition costs compare well with other countries.
Travel to New Zealand is easy, with direct flights from most major cities.
- Of course, there are many sports activities: schools, universities and colleges offer excellent sport facilities for students who want to play tennis, squash, cricket, basketball, soccer, netball, softball or rugby. Many of these activities and sports are within walking distance or easy travelling time from student campuses.
- Newzealand is good for PHD students as they encourage this category students with stipends and scholarship.
- Students have same 20 hours odd job working options as other countries.
- Students have variety of programs available in Newzealand.
- Students should provide saving for their family remaining in India.
- Newzealand High Commission is not in India but total case processing time is shorter than Australia.
Through our countrywide branch offices, which are fully equipped with latest technology and foreign qualified staff, offers broad range of services under one roof including;
- Advice for the selection of best possible University / College.
- Advice for the selection of appropriate course as per student’s interest and qualifications.
- Admission in University / College
- Complete guidance for the preparation of visa documents according to existing requirements of UK visa.
- Facilitate visa approval.
- All Pre and post departure arrangements.
- Annual visit to UK to meet India students, in order to inquire about their well-being.