What are the Benefits of Studying in New Zealand?
If You Are A Student & Want to Study Abroad in A Finest Institutions of The World & a
Safe and Peaceful Environment. New Zealand Provides You Student Visas That Allows
You to Fulfill Your DreamSome Facts About New Zealand
New Zealand is located in the South Pacific Ocean and is one of the most peaceful and safe countries.
The living standard in New Zealand is very high. Provide world-class education. New
Zealand is the world’s least corrupted nation. New Zealand is divided into two Islands South
Island and North Island.
If we talk about the North Island cities including Auckland, Hamilton, Rotorua, Tauranga and
Wellington is located there.
Christchurch, Queenstown, Dunedin and Nelson are the part of South Island. The most popular
and populated city of New Zealand in Auckland. The overall population of New Zealand is
around 4.7 million, which is very less. There is only 5 per cent of human living in New Zealand. The
rest are animals. The New Zealand economy is mainly dependent on Export of Dairy, Meat and
agricultural products. Hospitality and Tourism also plays a vital role in boosting up its economy.
Benefits of studying in New Zealand
There are many benefits of studying in New Zealand such as
- New Zealand Qualification is internationally recognized
- They provide high-quality education
- Education at New Zealand is advanced and as per current market requirements
- After studying in New Zealand, you can get a job anywhere In the world
- The quality of education is far better as compare it Asian countries.
- The most significant advantage of studying in New Zealand is that you can get post study work
visa up to 3 years
- The entry requirements In New Zealand are very much easy as compared to other
countries like Australia and Canada
- You need to clear IELTS with the following bands to get admission
a) 5.5 bands overall and 5.0 bands each for 12 to pass student
b) 6.0 bands overall and 5.5 bands each for Graduate diploma students
c) 6.5 bands overall and 6.0 bands each for postgraduate and Masters Degree students
- Students with a low percentage in their last result are also acceptable
- If you have a gap in your academic career and you have a genuine reason than your gap
Is also acceptable.
- The minimum wage rate in New Zealand is $16.50 per hour, and the government is
planning to increase this wage to $20 per hour up till 2021
- If you are married and want to continue your studies, you are allowed to take your wife
and your child with you.
- You can work for 20 hours/ week during your studies and full time during your holidays
- After completing your studies if you are eligible for PR (Permanent Residency), you can
Get a Permanent Residency visa.
- Comparing with other countries like Canada and Australia the fee structure in New
Zealand in quite affordable
- Fee payment of any institution where you want to get admitted is after visa approval
Types of Institutes in New Zealand
Mainly there are three types of institutes in New Zealand
b) Polytechnic Colleges
c) Private Colleges
Different Types of Education in New Zealand?
You can visit New Zealand to study different programs as per your career objectives such as
a) Certificate Programs
b) Diploma Programs
c) Graduate Diploma Programs
d) Master Degree programs
e) PhD. Programs
f) Post Graduate Programs
Student Visa Process
There are few steps which you must follow to apply for the student visa
Step No 1:
Select the course according to your career objectives and then select a college/university in
Which you want to get admission. After that, you need to apply for the offer letter from the
respective college or university
Step No 2:
You must arrange the financial documents that include 1-year tuition fee + 1-year living cost
That will be approximately $15000. The tuition fee depends on the course you select and the
College/ university you want to get admission. The tuition fee varies from approximately $18000-
$35000 for Bachelors program, $18000-$22000 for Diploma Program, $27000-$40000 for
Master Degree Program per year.
You will provide these funds in the form of savings account, fixed deposit, Education loan, Loan
against property, Personal Loan and Gpf.
Step No 3:
The third step of the visa process is you need to appear in a medical exanimation. This medical
examination will be taken by a penal of doctors (mentioned on the immigration website) in the
different cities which are authorized by the New Zealand government.
Step No 4:
You need to apply for the police clearance certificate that you don’t have any criminal record.
You can also apply for this certificate from your passport officer or nearest Police Station.
Step No 5:
You need to arrange the following documents for the visa application.
a) The visa application fee slip of Rupees 13950
b) Your Academic Certification
c) Documents related to your work experience.
d) Evidence of gap in your studies or work (if any)
e) Financial documents
f) ILETS result
g) Proof of your family income
h) Police clearance certificate
i) Medical report
After completing this process, you have to be prepared for a telephonic interview. In that
Interview you will be asked some specific question regarding your visit. You have to give
satisfactory answers to those questions. If your visa is approved, then you will receive an
email regarding visa approval. After the visa approval, you have to submit your tuition fee and
one year living cost from the funds you have mentioned in ten working days.
In some cases, you are asked to transfer your living cost, that is $15000 to New Zealand. For this
reason, New Zealand immigration opens an account for you in ANZ bank, and your funds are
transferred to that account. You can get this amount back in 12 instalments that will
approximately $1250 per month. You have to submit the receipt you get from the college plus
the bank statement to the New Zealand Government.
These are the respective steps which should be taken for applying for New Zealand Student visa