Study in New Zealand

Why study in New Zealand?

New Zealand has eight universities to choose from, all of which teach in English. Their education system is based on the English one, so courses in New Zealand are taught and organised in a similar manner, and take the same time to complete.

The New Zealand government are passionate about their education system, and measures are in place to ensure quality across all institutions remains high. All universities abide by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students.

The cost of living and tuition is relatively high in New Zealand, so students may need to seek part time work (something we can help to organise).

Living in New Zealand

New Zealand is well known for its friendly people, enjoyable weather, and modern standards of living.

Although a small country with a population of only four million, it boasts a rich cultural heritage and lovers of nature will appreciate its natural beauty. New Zealand gives you many opportunities to enjoy golden beaches, relaxing scenery and rustic vineyards.

However, there’s plenty of exciting things to do in New Zealand too. Adrenaline junkies will have the chance to go jet-skiing and bungee jumping in the South Islands, and enjoy local culture in cities like Wellington and Queenstown.

How can we help?

If you’d like pursue a student life in New Zealand, we can offer you free help, from start to finish.

We can:

  • Aid you in choosing a suitable university and course
  • Provide guidance during the application process, and check over your documentation
  • Investigate scholarship opportunities, potentially saving you money
  • Assist you in organising safe, affordable accommodation
  • Help you secure your visa (we have an excellent track record for visa approvals)
  • Ensure that you arrive safely and smoothly at your new student home

Get in touch with our friendly consultants to find out more about studying in New Zealand

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