15 Jan Study in New Zealand
Demographics: New Zealand is ranked 8th among world’s happiest countries and is home to some of the world’s best universities. New Zealand provides modern research facilities and resources.New Zealand is a country full of scenic beauty, and the citizens are warm and welcoming
Courses offered: Popular study courses are Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Humanities, Digital Design, Business Management, Agriculture, Fashion Designing, Food & Hospitality etc.
How English Language Is Important:The eligibility criteria for New Zealand universities are similar to any other country. Your IELTS/PTE/TOEFL scores will play an important role in admissions. And the admissions are completely based on the merit of the applicants. English being the primary language, international students are expected to have sufficient knowledge of English language.
Work permit: After completing Bachelor’s/Masters/Post Graduate Diploma Studies, you can avail post study work permit for up to 3-years. This is a great opportunity for anyone who wishes to gain experience in New Zealand.
The fact that students can support their education with paid part-time work is one of the added advantages in choosing New Zealand.
While several scholarships, ranging from 10% to 50% of tuition fee, are offered directly to students who are eligible according to merit or similar parameters.
There are other types of scholarships also available. For these scholarships the applicant has to sit for a test and getting these scholarships depends on the score obtained in the test.
For PHD students New Zealand provides New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarship (NZIDRS) and New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarship.
- Get all the academic documents in place.
- Submit the application which should be supported by statement of purpose.
- Appearing in IELTS/TOEFEL etc helps.
Applying for Student Visa:
Once the course is decided and the admission is granted to reside in New Zealand for higher studies; getting a student Visa is a matter of 2 to 3 days time
There are several options available as far as accommodation in New Zealand is concerned.
- Hostels provided by the university which have all the basic amenities
- Home stay which is similar to paying guest system in which families accommodate students and provide them with an independent room with all the amenities.
- One can stay in independent flats which are slightly expensive if one wants privacy.