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Universities In New zealand

New zealand University Ranking

UNIVERSITYTHE 2018QS 2018US World 2018
University of Auckland 201-25085142
University of Otago 201-250175217
University of Canterbury 301-350231333
Victoria University of Wellington 401-500221471
Auckland University of Technology - [AUT] 301-350464538
Massey University 501-600332477
University of Waikato 401-500274658
Lincoln University 501-600317-

Exams for New zealand

International English Language Testing System [IELTS]

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Test of English as a Foreign Language [TOEFL]

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Pearson Test of English [PTE]

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Graduate Record Examination [GRE]

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Graduate Management Admission Test [GMAT]

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Scholastic Aptitude Test [SAT]

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Study in New Zealand

New Zealand is known for its high quality education, recognized degree and work experience has proved its mettle by ranking globally. All its 8 universities rank among the top universities globally.

The picturesque beauty, value for talent, low tuition rates and a wide scope for research in different fields of study makes New Zealand as the most preferred option for study, innovations and research.

Facts:

Acceptance Rate80%
Average Tuition Fee$27,500
Total number of educational institutions600 approx.

Why Study in New Zealand?

Studying in New Zealand has several benefits. Some of them are:

High quality Education 

  • As per QS world ranking, all 8 universities of New Zealand are ranked within the top 500 institutions around the world. 
  • It is ranked within 3% of the most well-known universities in the world.

Post Study Work Visa

  • After graduating, students are allowed to work in New Zealand for the next 12 months starting from the date of completion of their program. 
  • They can apply for post study work visa (open) for the same.

Easy Migration 

  • Students with skills and the ones who can benefit New Zealand are preferred more than others. 
  • Thus, the process gets easy for these students applying for a visa acceptance and permanent settlement in New Zealand.

Affordable Education

  • An average tuition fee of NZ 41,000 USD per year (approx.) is quite reasonable for international students.
  • Else scholarships and loans are also available to further reduce the overall cost of tuition.

Feel Safe

New Zealand is the 2nd most peaceful country and also has the lowest corruption in the world.

Employment Rate

The employment rate of New Zealand in 2017 was 67.80%.

Cost of Studying in New Zealand

Tuition Fees & Other Charges
FeesUnitAmountCurrency
Average Tuition Fees (UG)Per year48,000 NZD
Average Tuition Fees (PG)Per Year39,000NZD
Average Tuition Fees (Doctorate)Per Year38,000NZD
Services & Amenities FeesPer Year200NZD
TOTAL Cost for UGPer Year48,200NZD
TOTAL Cost for PGPer Year39,200NZD
TOTAL Cost for DoctoratePer Year38,200NZD
Food Cost
Groceries CostMonthly300NZD
Three Course Meal in a RestaurantMonthly270NZD
Transportation Cost - -
Public Transport PassMonthly200NZD
Car (After Purchase)Monthly1000NZD
Other Cost
UtilitiesMonthly250NZD
Internet PassMonthly80NZD
Gas & ElectricityMonthly170NZD
Entertainment (Sports, Movies, Pub)Monthly240NZD
Books, Supplies & Other learning MaterialMonthly40NZD
Total Living Cost (Rent Excluded)Monthly800NZD
Room Charges/Type to Choose
Home StayMonthly800USD
Student Halls of Residence (Dormitory)Monthly1,400USD
Apartment on RentMonthly1,820USD
First Time Charges
VISA FeesOne Time160NZD
Living Expenses for One Year as GuaranteePer Year15,000NZD
Return AirfareOne Time5,000NZD
TOTAL-20,160NZD
Earning
Allowed 20 Hours Per Week of EmploymentMonthly1,100NZD
Note: During vacation students can get Full Time Work Permit

Application Cycle

New Zealand offers admissions semester – wise.

  • Semester I – February
    • The application forms for this intake are released in the month of September of the previous year. 
  • Semester II – September
    • The application forms for this intake are released in the month of May of the current year.
    • There is an intake in every month, which results in the admission for the entire year. It is recommended that the applications be submitted at least 4 months prior to the starting date.

Top Scholarships for Students in New Zealand

Undergraduate Level

1. Scholarship - UC International First Year Undergraduate Scholarships

  • For: Any country except New Zealand and Australia
  • Number of scholarships: 25
  • Value of Scholarship: 4,443 USD – 8,887 USD
  • Deadline: August 15, 2018

2. Scholarship - Colin Aikman Award

  • For – Pacific Island member countries 
  • Number of scholarships – 1
  • Value of Scholarship – Up to 4,443 USD
  • Deadline - October 30, 2018

Graduate Level

3. Scholarship - ADB-Japan Scholarship Program for Developing Countries in Asia and Pacific 

  • For – Japan
  • Number of scholarships - 4 per division
  • Value of Scholarship - Tuition fee, monthly allowance, allowance for books and study material, medical insurance and travel expenses.
  • Deadline – Varies

4. Scholarship - New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarship 

  • For – Africa
  • Number of scholarships -Varies
  • Value of Scholarship - Full tuition fee, living allowance (212 USD per week), establishment allowance (1,332 USD), medical and travel insurance, travel to and from home country, research and thesis cost.
  • Deadline - March 30, 2018

Postgraduate Level

5. Scholarship - New Zealand Aid Program Scholarships for International Students

  • For - Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Number of Scholarships – 8
  • Value of Scholarship - University tuition fees, an annual stipend of 11,108 USD  (tax-free), and medical insurance coverage up to 266 USD annually.
  • Deadline - July 15, 2018

6. Scholarship - New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarship (Africa)

  • For – Africa
  • Number of scholarships – Varies
  • Value of Scholarship - Full tuition fee, living allowance (319 USD per week), establishment allowance (1,999 USD), medical and travel insurance, travel to and from home country, along with research and thesis cost.
  • Deadline - March 30, 2018