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
There is a bonus point calculation for your qualification if you graduated from NZ Universities and Your Program Level.
English Language Requirement
Academic Result of prior study
Working Experience (If required)
Statement of Purpose (If Required)
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