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New Zealand has well-reputed universities, diverse communities, stunning scenery and a variety of outdoor pursuits. The smaller class sizes offer more individual assistance to the students and practical as well as academic achievements are rewarded well. Universities offer a very supportive learning environment where the students are encouraged to be inquisitive and creative.

Why Study in New Zealand?

New Zealand has an international reputation when it comes to quality education. It offers courses at all levels from certificates to master’s level. It is a welcoming country and students can work up to 20 hours per week during the courses and 40 hours during holidays. The entry requirements in New Zealand are moderate as compared to other study countries. There are plenty of job opportunities and the visa acquisition process is relatively easier.

New Zealand at a Glance

New Zealand has a lot of spectacular glaciers, vast plains, rugged mountains and beautiful sandy beaches. The big cities are surrounded by lush greenery and are close to the country’s hills and coasts. It offers a comfortable lifestyle along with a plethora of social opportunities. From kayaking to jet boating, New Zealand has a lot of water sports. It is home to several volcanic cones and is famous for golf.

Popular Universities & Popular Programs
Business Computer & IT Engineering
Hospitality & Tourism



Logistic & Supply

International BM

Computer Science

Information Technology

Cyber Security

Computer Networking

Engineering Management

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Chemical Engineering


Civil Engineering

Major Intakes are in February, July and sometimes in September.

New Zealand's Education Cost
The cost of studying in New Zealand is comparatively affordable than other countries. Tuition fee depends upon the chosen course and its duration. The cost of an undergraduate degree varies from NZ$ 18,000 and NZ$ 25,000 per year and post-graduation studies cost somewhere between NZ$ 10,000 and NZ$ 30,000. The living expenses depend upon your location and range between NZ$ 7,000 and NZ$ 12,000 per year. The same depends on your lifestyle and accommodation.

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Universities we Represent New Zealand

1 University of Canterbury, Christchurch
2 Lincoln University, Lincoln
3 Auckland University of Technology, Auckland
4 Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland
5 Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin & Auckland
6 Manukau Institute of Technology, Auckland
7 Ara Institute of Canterbury, Christchurch
8 Nelson & Marlborough Institute of Technology, Nelson & Blenheim
9 Whitireia New Zealand, Porirua & Auckland
10 Auckland Institute of Studies, Auckland
11 Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill
12 Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec), Wellington
13 North Tec, Whangarei
14 Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, Tauranga & Rotorua
15 Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT), New Plymouth
16 Aspire2International Group, Auckland, Wellington, Tauranga & Christchurch
17 EDENZ Colleges, Auckland
18 UUNZ Institute of Business, Auckland
19 New Zealand School of Education (NZSE), Auckland
20 Pacific International Hotel Management School, New Plymouth
21 Le Cordon Bleu, Wellington
22 Computer Power Plus, Auckland
23 Cornell Institute of Business & Technology, Auckland
24 Taylors College, Auckland
25 Avonmore Tertiary Institute, Christchurch
26 Media Design School, Auckland