Study in New Zealand
New Zealand education is recognized all across the world. The cost of living is much lower as compared to the other countries promoting higher education. Traditionally based on the British Model, the university learning system is research based which ensures a high quality learning experience. All the institutions are based in a lush green setting offering peaceful and a favourable study environment to all its students. New Zealand welcomes international students and the cultural diversity is appreciated by the society. The universities and Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics are government funded and focus on research based learning and maintain strong links with the industry.
Study Pattern of Newzealand Ten tertiary qualification levels exist in New Zealand, from Level 1 certificates to Level 10 Doctorates.
Level 1 certificates
Level 2 certificates
Level 3 certificates
Level 4 certificates
Level 5 certificates and diplomas
Level 6 certificates and diplomas
Level 7 graduate certificates, graduate diplomas and Bachelor’s degrees
Level 8 postgraduate certificates, postgraduate diplomas and Bachelor’s Honours degrees
Level 9 Master’s degrees
Level 10 doctoral degrees.
Documents Required for New Zealand Student Visa.
Valid passport – Your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond your period of stay in New Zealand
Completed Student Visa Application Form (INZ 1012)
Visa application fee and VFS Charges payment receipt
An offer of a place – You need to have an offer of a place from a New Zealand institute/university. The forms are usually issued after the tuition fees have been received.
Letter from your current institution confirming status as a study abroad student
Health insurance receipt
You may be required to show Health and Character certificates, to prove that your intention of staying in New Zealand is genuine
Two passport-sized photographs
Note: Additional documentation may be required. During the personal interview, additional documents may be requested by the interviewer. These may be documents to prove evidence of academic or financial status.
Transcripts, diplomas, degrees, or certificates from schools you attended
Language proficiency -Scores from tests that your college required.
How you will pay for all educational, living and travel costs (Funds)