New Zealand

Why Study In New Zealand?

Life in New Zealand:

New Zealand is one of the most secure and hospitable nations, ranking 2nd place as the most peaceful country and renowned to be the least corrupted place globally. New Zealand offers adventures in places like indigenous forests, snowy mountains, beaches, amazing lakes, and fjords. There are also lots of off-ground and on-ground adrenaline activities. You can also get a chance to experience the beautiful places filmed in “Lord of Rings” and “The Hobbit”.

Culture and Customs:

Adapting to new and different social behavior can be a challenge when you are new somewhere, but with patience, you will eventually get there. Kiwis are respectful people who are restrained to personal things yet open to other things. Food and friendship go hand in hand out there so contribution with food or wine to an event is pretty common. 

Language:

Maori was the official language in New Zealand apart from English, which is predominant. Sign language was first declared in this country to also be an official language. It is the primary tongue for the deaf community. But Maori is on the verge of getting erased as it is not used anywhere else.

Choose your studies and plan your future:

High-quality education is provided for students to achieve goals and also to come up with solutions, workplace skills, creativity, and innovation. Choices are abundant for education in all parts of New Zealand. Workplace experience develops communion, collaboration, and time management skills, which are the same legal minimum rights for everyone in New Zealand.

Top Universities in New Zealand with varied Course Options:

New Zealand has an excellent education system and provides ample research opportunities to students. A diverse and multi-cultural environment exists in New Zealand that makes international students feel welcome and included. There are eight universities in New Zealand all of which feature in the QS World University Rankings 2021 and each University offer a range of courses for students to choose from.

The Universities in New Zealand are:

  • The University of Auckland
  • University of Otago
  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • University of Canterbury
  • Massey University
  • University of Waikato
  • Lincoln University
  • Auckland University of Technology

Part-time and Post-study work opportunities:

Working while studying abroad is quite common for international students. Some scholarships have a limited number of hours to work so time management for work and study is very essential. There are also industries and institutes offering part-time and casual work, which are most suitable for students.

Working on a student visa:

  • Part-time work: If your course is at least a year or 2 of full-time or perhaps qualified under the Skilled Migrant Category in New Zealand then you are permitted to work for 20 hours a week.
  • Full-time work: If your course is at least a year's worth of a minimum of 120 credits and delivered over 8 months then you are permitted to work full-time during the study breaks.If you are studying full-time with a minimum of 8 months including Ph.D. and Masters by research and also enrolled in doctoral degree programs then you are permitted to work full-time during the holidays.

Staying to work after studies:

Post-work visas can be applied for up to 3 years with acceptable qualifications.

If you already have a Post Study Work Visa (Open): You can reapply to extend the visa to 2 more years if you have been approved before 26th November 2018.

If you already have a Post Study Work Visa (employer-assisted): You can choose to have a job, employer and location removed, and then work almost anywhere as an employer if you have been approved before the 26th November 2018.

Staying longer: If you complete a level 7 Bachelor’s degree, lasted for 30 weeks, and acquired a higher degree than the previous degree then you can apply for a further Post-study work visa.

Routes to Permanent Residency:

A person will be qualified to become a permanent resident of New Zealand if he/she fulfills one of the following criteria:

Skilled Migrant Category Resident Visa:

New Zealand’s economy is open to accept people with essential skills to help them grow further. To apply for this visa, you will have to hand over an Expression of Interest (EOI) which is will explain a bit about your application in the country, experience, and qualifications. You will get approval if this is successful.

Partner of a New Zealander Resident Visa:

You can apply for a permanent residency with an indefinite occupational and educational basis if your partner is a citizen of New Zealand.

Long Term Skill Shortage List Work Visa: If you have been working anywhere in New Zealand for 2 years then you can apply for residency as long as your specific experience, qualifications, and work registration to serve on the Long Term Skill Shortage List is satisfied by the authorities.

Long Term Skill Shortage List Resident Visa: If you have been working in New Zealand for more than 2 years holding the Long Term Skill Shortage List and earning NZ$ 45,000 or more then you are eligible for a resident visa.

Talent (Accredited Employer) Work Visa: You will be able to apply for a permanent residency if you are offered a full-time job by an accredited employer and continue working for 2 years.

List of universities

S.No. Universities Country
1 AGI EDUCATION Auckland Region, New Zealand
2 AIR NEW ZEALAND AVIATION INSTITUTE Auckland Region, New Zealand
3 Ara Institute of Canterbury Ltd Canterbury Region, New Zealand
4 ARDMORE FLYING SCHOOL Auckland Region, New Zealand
5 ATMC NEW ZEALAND Auckland Region, New Zealand
6 AVONDALE COLLEGE NEW ZEALAND Auckland Region, New Zealand
7 Carey Baptist College Auckland Region, New Zealand
8 Cornell Institute of Business and Technology Auckland Region, New Zealand
9 Le Cordon Bleu Wellington Region, New Zealand
10 Lincoln University Canterbury Region, New Zealand
11 Manukau Institute of Technology Auckland Region, New Zealand
12 Massey University Wellington Region, New Zealand
13 Naturopathic College of New Zealand Taranaki Region, New Zealand
14 Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology Nelson Region, New Zealand
15 New Zealand College of Business Canterbury Region, New Zealand
16 New Zealand College of Massage Auckland Region, New Zealand
17 New Zealand Institute of Studies Auckland Region, New Zealand
18 Newton College of Business and Technology Auckland Region, New Zealand
19 North Tec Northland Region, New Zealand
20 New Zealand Management Academies Auckland Region, New Zealand
21 New Zealand School of Education Auckland Region, New Zealand
22 New Zealand School Tourism Auckland Region, New Zealand
23 New Zealand Tertiary College Auckland Region, New Zealand
24 Open Polytechnic of New Zealand Wellington Region, New Zealand
25 Otago Polytechnic Otago Region, New Zealand
26 Pacific International Hotel Management School Taranaki Region, New Zealand
27 Professional Business and Restaurant School Auckland Region, New Zealand
28 Queenstown Resort College Otago Region, New Zealand
29 SAE Institute Auckland Region, New Zealand
30 AUCKLAND INSTITUTE OF STUDIES Auckland Region, New Zealand
31 Crown Institute of Studies Auckland Region, New Zealand
32 Eastern Institute of Technology Hawke's Bay Region, New Zealand
33 The University of Auckland Auckland Region, New Zealand
34 Auckland University of Technology Auckland Region, New Zealand
35 Universal College of Learning Wellington Region, New Zealand
36 University of Canterbury Canterbury Region, New Zealand
37 University of Otago Otago Region, New Zealand
38 University Of Waikato Auckland Region, New Zealand
39 Victoria University of Wellington Wellington Region, New Zealand
40 Wellington Institute of Technology Wellington Region, New Zealand
41 Whitecliffe College Of Arts And Design Auckland Region, New Zealand
42 Whitireia Community of Polytechnic Wellington Region, New Zealand
43 ICL Graduate Business School Auckland Region, New Zealand
44 Aspire2 International Auckland Region, New Zealand
45 Vision College Auckland Region, New Zealand