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  • Globally recognized qualifications

  • Excellent pedagogy

  • Innovation and research

  • Great scope for Ph.D. scholars

  • Safe and peaceful

  • Quality of life

  • You can work to support your studies



  • Recent passport-size photograph

  • Certified copies of passport

  • Copies of the academic certificate with detailed academic transcripts

  • Pass in any equivalent English proficiency test (IELTS or TOFEL)


  • Bachelor’s Degree

  • English Proficiency Test

  • Valid passport


Because of the Education system of New Zealand and employment opportunities in New Zealand that are not available in other countries. 


  • All Educational Documents

  • IELTS with Minimum Overall Band Score 5.5

  • Valid Passport (Must have Validity of At least 6 Months)


There are two intakes:

  1. February to June

  2. July to November


Yes, Definitely Education system in New Zealand is modeled after the British system, and hence the programs from the country are acknowledged in many countries around the world. So study and work in New Zealand is a viable option.


English is the major medium of instruction for courses in New Zealand


Top Five Scholarships

  1. UC International First Year Scholarships

  2. ADB Scholarships at University of Auckland

  3. University of Otago International Research Masters Scholarships

  4. Victoria Masters Scholarships

  5. University of Waikato International Excellence Scholarships

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Check your Eligibility criteria online eligibility checklist. , create a Realme login, Register with NZ Scholarships online, submit your Application.


  • For arts or social sciences Fee range from NZ$20,000 (£9,680) a year

  • Courses in science and engineering can cost from NZ$25,000 (£12,000) per year


On-Campus, Off-Campus, Student Agencies and Renting Privately


Yes, IELTS is mandatory to get admission


IELTS score depends on the requirements of your visa and the organization where you plan to study


Yes, it is not much difficult than other countries Students can get max. Of 3 Years of Open Post Study Work Visa


Yes, Study visa interview is the last stage of the Application process.


They allow full-time students to work up to 20 hours a week during the academic year and up to 40 hours a week during the summer break


Yes in this case if you have achieved a New Zealand qualification than you would be able to apply for a post-study work visa that lets you stay in New Zealand for up to three years


If you are a skilled person with the best communication skill you will definitely get the job after completing studies.


After completion of studies, you may be able to work in New Zealand for up to four years, and possibly even gain residence.


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