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Introduction

University

Introduction

  • New Zealand Universities are ranked in the top 3% in the world by QS World University Rankings
  • New Zealand Universities rank in the world’s top 100 in 39 subjects in the 2017 QS World University Rankings
  • The OECD Better Life Index rates NZ as a top performing country for the quality of its education system.

The benefits of New Zealand Universities

  • The qualifications you’ll gain I New Zealand are highly regarded and sought-after by employers and other educational institutions around the world.
  • When you study in New Zealand, you will learn beyond your subject. You will become a confident, critical and creative thinker. These skills are highly prized by employers worldwide.
  • As a member of the Lisbon Qualification Recognition Convention, New Zealand qualifications are recognised in over 50 countries.

What you can do while study in NZ Universities

  • Working 20 hours per week during the year
  • Full time during scheduled breaks
  • If you are a student, who is studying from Postgraduate Programmes (Level 8), your partner and dependent child can live in NZ with the same duration like you. You partner can be eligible to apply a work visa and your child can study free in NZ schools as a domestic student.

What you can do after study in NZ Universities

  • Post – study work visa (open) for 12 months
  • Once working, visa options for a further 2 or 3 years

Migration Opportunities

  • There is a bonus point calculation for your qualification if you graduated from NZ Universities and Your Program Level.

Entry Requirement

  • English Language Requirement
  • Academic Result of prior study
  • Working Experience (If required)
  • Statement of Purpose (If Required)