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  • New Zealand is located in the Southwest Pacific Ocean and consists of two main Islands, the North Island and South Island which are separated by the Cook Strait.

  • Capital of New Zealand is Wellington but the most popular and happening city is Auckland.

  • The total population of New Zealand is approximately 5 Million while the population of Auckland is 1.7 Million. Hence one third of New Zealand's total population resides in Auckland.

  • The official languages of New Zealand are English and Maori.

  • New Zealand is the second-most peaceful country worldwide, a rank it has enjoyed since 2014 (Global Peace Index 2022)

  • Warm and welcoming environment.


  • British based education system.

  • All the New Zealand Universities are ranked in the Top 500 as per the QS world ranking 2022

  • International reputation as a provider of quality education.

  • Lenient admission requirements.

  • 15 years of education is acceptable.

  • Up to 3 years Open Post-study Work Visa.

  • PR (Permanent Residency) opportunity.

  • Students can work 20 hours/week part time during classes and 40 hours/week during holidays. The min. wage rate is NZD 21.20 per hour

  • Popular Programs offered in the fields of – Business, Management, Tourism and Hospitality, Civil and Construction, Engineering, Finance, Supply Chain & Logistics, Health Science and Nursing



  • Victoria University of Wellington

  • University of Canterbury

  • Massey University

  • The University of Waikato

  • Lincoln University

  • Auckland University of Technology


Major Intake:

  • There are generally two Intakes in New Zealand: February and July

  • ITPs and Private Institutes have multiple Intakes for different courses. Hence, practically there is an intake every month in some or the other institution resulting in recruitment throughout the year.



  • There is no deadline as such in New Zealand, but it is recommended to make
    applications at least 6 months prior to the start date to avoid last moment hassles.



Annual Cost of education and living in Australia AU$ 53,000/-. The expenses includes tuition fees, living costs, airfare and visa fees.


New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarships

Scholarship Amount: Full tuition fee and living expenses allowance.


New Zealand Excellence Awards (NZEA)

NZD 5,000 towards the first-year tuition fee.


Victoria Tongarewa Scholarship

NZD 5,000 or 10,000  


Wellington International Excellence Scholarship

NZD 20,000 over three years paid towards tuition fees.


University of Waikato Tauranga Bursary

 NZ$10,000 only applicable for Tauranga campus


University of Waikato International Excellence Scholarship

Up to NZ$10,000 towards tuition fees.

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