About New Zealand
When one chooses New Zealand as a study-abroad destination, one can rest assured of equipping themselves with a high- quality education. Significantly, the top universities of New Zealand (all the eight state-funded universities) constantly make it to the list of QS World Rankings* and Times Higher Education Rankings. What’s more, New Zealand also offers prestigious scholarships to students applying for undergraduates and postgraduate courses, which makes study in New Zealand affordable for many international students.
Why Study in New Zealand ?
New Zealand is a country of picturesque landscapes, adventure sports, and warm and friendly locals. Known as the world’s second most peaceful country, New Zealand is also fast emerging as an attractive destination for overseas education. Overall, studying in New Zealand gives an international student exposure to an excellent academic system, internationally recognised qualifications, and an enriching quality of life.
Popular universities and courses
Popular universities include
- University of Canterbury
- Auckland university of Technology
- Wellington institute of technology
- Lincoln University, Lincoln
- Whitireia Polytechnic
Popular courses include
- Civil and Mechanical Engineering
- Construction Management
- Information Technology
- Hospitality and Tourism Management
Qualifying exams and scholarships
Universities and colleges in New Zealand accept IELTS, PTE and TOEFL iBT as the qualifying exams for admissions. New Zealand also accepts OET (English proficiency test for healthcare professionals) for all New Zealand study visa categories where one requires to produce an English language test result.
International students are also offered a wide range of scholarships (based on other records) towards funding their higher studies in New Zealand. We, at Hurray, can help you gain an in-depth awareness of the scholarships you can avail during your study in New Zealand.
Cost of Education
The New Zealand study fees vary based on the type of course and the length of the course. The average cost of study for an undergraduate degree in a university in New Zealand is in the range of NZ$ 18,000 and NZ$ 40,000 per year and the expenses for a post-graduate degree is in the range of NZ$ 20,000 and Z$ 35,000.