New Zealand


New Zealand is committed to investing in innovation and cutting-edge research providing an excellent standard of higher education recognized across the globe. A multicultural society, this beautiful island country welcomes diversity and cultural heterogeneity. Studying in New Zealand includes a wide range of opportunities for international students. Here are some important reasons why you should consider applying to universities in New Zealand.

All eight of New Zealand’s universities rank in the top 3% in the world.

Undergraduate and postgraduate universities in New Zealand are reputed for their modern up-to-date learning content and practical teaching style that makes students job-ready.

Laws in New Zealand offer international students the opportunity to work as they study to help them understand the New Zealand work culture and gain financial support.

New Zealand’s peaceful culture offers a great learning environment.

New Zealand also offers many opportunities to learn life skills.

All courses are delivered in English, making it easy for international students educated in English medium.


  • Tai Poutini Polytechnic
  • Western Institute Of Technology At Taranaki
  • Study Group University of Waikato
  • Study Group Taylors College (Auckland Foundation)
  • University of Central Lancashire (Cyprus)
  • Auckland Institute of Studies


Europe offers some of the best opportunities for higher education in several fields. Here are some of the disciplines that international students usually opt for in Europe.


Engineering Courses

Choose from branches like Computer Science, Information Technology and Geotechnical engineering to expand your horizons in technical fields.


MBA Courses

A master of business administration is an internationally recognized degree that provides in-depth theory and practical understanding of business management.

Hotel Management

Hotel Management

Learn Hotel Management and Tourism Management with a unique strategic approach that gives you hands-on exposure to the challenges of the hospitality industry.

Culinary Sciences

Culinary Sciences

Develop advanced cookery skills such as patisserie and gastronomy, administrative skills and learn about kitchen management.



Disaster Management, Engineering Management, Food Processing, Applied Finance.


The cost of education will vary according to the university you apply to and the course you are planning to pursue. In general, New Zealand offers high-quality education at a relatively lower cost compared to European study destinations. Here is an approximate amount of tuition fees you may be required to pay per year in New Zealand.

Undergraduate Courses: 19000 to 30000 NZD
Postgraduate Courses: 24000 to 38000 NZD


Living costs in New Zealand may vary according to the city you live in. Every educational institution in New Zealand offers various options for accommodation to students which you can choose Based on your convenience and affordability, you may choose from a variety of options for student accommodation offered by all New Zealand universities. Including food, transportation, entertainment and accommodation, you can expect to spend up to 18000 NZD per annum on living expenses. You are also expected to show New Zealand visa authorities an amount of 15000 NZD as a provision for living expenses.

Educational institutions in New Zealand offer the option of halls of residence, dormitories, homestay, private apartments and flats for accommodation.


As international students are not entitled to public health services in New Zealand, you need to take medical insurance cover for the duration of your stay before arriving in New Zealand. Usually, health insurance can cost up to 600 NZD