New Zealand has become a hot destination chosen by immigrants, scholars and students alike. Among the notable benefits is that you can take up part-time work while in university, and also work for a full year after graduating. If the job you’re doing is relevant to your degree, you’ll be allowed to stay for two years after graduating, after which you’ll be able to apply for permanent residency. New Zealand also offers a safe and secure environment for students, ranking #2 in the Global Peace Index. International students can gain from many scholarships and funding opportunities from governments, universities and private entities. The tuition fee and living expenses are comparatively affordable. Research-driven facilities, diverse culture, innovations, sports centres and a safe and engaging study environment makes universities in New Zealand the top choice for international students.
You can take up part-time work while in university, and also work for a full year after graduating. If the job you’re doing is relevant to your degree, you’ll be allowed to stay for two years after graduating.
The New Zealand Dollar is relatively cheaper compared to currencies like the US Dollar, Pound Sterling, and Euro, meaning tuition fees and living expenses are comparatively affordable.
New Zealand is among the safest countries in the world and ranks #2 in the Global Peace Index and is home to a welcoming and multicultural environment, New Zealand is also one of the safest
Yes, it is mandatory and also PTE, TOFEL, OTE and Cambridge English Qualifications are also accepted
Highway Engineering, Nursing, Cookery, Construction Management and early childhood are some popular courses in New Zealand.
Tuition fees range from 15000 NZD - 40,000 NZD/year depending on the
University/College and program and also Living expenses need to be shown for
Yes depends on the profile some Universities/Colleges provide scholarships to the International students.
Yes depends on the course a student can accompany their spouse.