Study in New Zealand is famous for their warmth and hospitality. The temperate climate, with pleasant seasonal changes, is conducive to study and recreation. Education programs and degrees are based on world's most recognized and accredited system - the British System. Students can choose between diploma, degree, vocational and polytechnic courses. International students need to spend on an average NZD 1200 every month to manage their living expenses in New Zealand.
Institutions and courses accredited by NZQA.
Duration for UG is 3-4 years and PG is 1-2 years.
Tuition fees for UG is 8-12 lakhs, PG/MBA is 8-14 lakhs per year.
One year Graduate Job Search visa.
IELTS 6 bands for UG & 6.5 for PG required.
Allowed 20 hrs per week Part time & 40 hrs Full Time work.
It is not possible to add your partner to your student visa as a dependant. Your partner will need to apply for their own visa to be in New Zealand if he or she wishes to work or study. They have the option of applying for a work visa as the partner of a student who is either: #1. Studying for a qualification in an area of absolute skill shortage, as specified in the Long Term Skill Shortage List, or #2. Studying for a postgraduate qualification. If your course of study does not fall into either of these categories, your partner will need to apply to be in New Zealand of their own accord, for example under the Working Holiday Scheme, the Essential Skills Visa or the Skilled Migrant Category. Please see the New Zealand Visas for Partners and Families page for more information.
The full requirements are listed at the front of the Application To Study In New Zealand form but an outline list of documents is as follows:
A valid passport.
A completed application form.
The application fee.
Two recent passport-sized photos.
An unconditional offer of place to study at a university in New Zealand.
Receipt showing payment of one year's tuition fees (provided that your visa application has been approved in principle).
Guarantee of accommodation.
Evidence of sufficient funds for maintenance, via a letter or bank statement, or completed Financial Undertaking form (INZ 1014).
Evidence of sufficient funds to purchase an outward ticket.