Study in New Zealand For Indian Students

New Zealand attracts approximately 120,000 international students every year. With a count of 8 universities, 16 Institutes of Technology & Polytechnics, and numerous other private institutions, New Zealand’s top Universities like the University of Auckland, University of Otago, University of Canterbury and Victoria University of Wellington are ranked among the top 3% of world universities. The country is renowned for its courses in Business, Engineering, IT, and Hospitality. The refined education quality delivers a perfect balance between theoretical and practical modules.

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For students who aspire to fly off and start their career journey in New Zealand, we provide expert counselling to complete the documentation and admission procedure. Our guidance program includes counselling about suitable colleges and universities abroad, the visa process, scholarships, education loans, insurance, clearing the essential IELTS, GRE or GMAT to stand eligible for studying abroad and the necessary infrastructure and logistics guidance for you to experience the transition smoothly.
Just like the national level, we take up the entire process of finding you the best colleges and getting you placed in them at the earliest by easing the complicated paperwork and formalities related to the same.

Admission Requirements

Here are the major requirements to study in the USA, which you need to ensure while applying to a USA university:


Copy of a valid passport


ACT/SAT/LSAT for UG programs, GMAT/GRE scores for PG programs


Academic Reference Letters, the number of reference letters depends from university to university




Proof of English proficiency (TOEFL/IELTS test scores)


Academic Transcripts from the previous study


Letters of recommendation from the employer/manager (if applicable)


Statement of Purpose (SOP)


  • Semester 1: February to June
  • Semester 2: July to November
  • March, April and May: Vocational Courses

Tuition fees for international students to study in New Zealand depend on the Institution, program, place and duration of study. The average fee based on the institution and program is between $17,000- -$40,000 per year.

  • IELTS New Zealand
  • PTE
  • OET (Occupational English Test)
  • GRE
  • GMAT
  • UCAT

  • Shortlist your preferred colleges and courses
  • Contact the schools and visit the websites for information
  • Fill out the application forms and pay the application fee
  • Take the entrance exams like GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, and IELTS.
  • Write the SOPs and gather the LORs
  • Apply to the college which fits your interests
  • Appear for interviews of the colleges that shortlisted you
  • If accepted, apply for a student visa

To pursue higher education in New Zealand, you can enrol in the following programs:
  • Undergraduate
  • Associate degree (Diploma)
  • Postgraduate
  • Doctorate and research programs
The popular study fields in New Zealand include Business and Management, Information Technology, Engineering and Technology, Construction, Architecture and Built Environment, Health, Operations and Logistics & Hospitality and Tourism.

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It's very enriching to study in New Zealand for Indian students for ample reasons. There is no language barrier as the medium of communication is English which makes it super-easy to blend in with the course, faculty, and fellow students. Also, the wide range of Indian eat-outs and neighborhoods makes it a fairly feel-at-home atmosphere.

Bachelor's programs are for three years which cost somewhere between 16 lakh to 25 lakh INR per year. However, the master's and professional programs in medicine, science, engineering, etc cost an annual tuition fee between 25 lakh to 37 lakh INR.

Study visa for New Zealand has a prerequisite of a minimum 5.5 IELTS score in each of the four bands with an overall minimum score of 6.0 and above for undergrad courses. PG courses however require a minimum score of 6.0 in each band and an overall IELTS score of 6.5 and above.

Full-time students can work up to 20 hours a week in the span of one academic year
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Study In New Zealand