New Zealand has made big strides in the area of international education in the last few years. From high quality education to unbeatable lifestyle, this is a wonderful place to live and learn. It has a varied education system with 8 universities, 16 Institutes of Technology & Polytechnics and a number of private institutions, all known for world class education. The New Zealand study abroad experience is one of a kind with perfect programs for students from almost every major.
The education system is controlled with strong quality assurance systems which gives you the flexibility to pick the institution of your choice, in the city or town of your preference, and be rest assured of quality education. Due to these reasons, New Zealand has developed as an ideal study destination.
|Undergraduate and postgraduate in a University
|February / July
|Vocational courses in institutes/colleges
|Hospitality & Tourism
|Accounting & Finance
|Auckland University of Technology, Auckland
|The University of Auckland
|Lincoln University, Christchurch
|Massey University, Palmerston North
|University of Otago, Dunedin
|University of Canterbury, Christchurch
|Victoria University of Wellington
|University of Waikato, Hamilton
|Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland
An international education can be a strain on a student’s budget. In New Zealand, most students enrolled in a course of 12 months' duration or longer can work part-time for up to 20 hours a week during semester and during holiday periods. After graduationWith skill shortages across various sectors in the New Zealand labour market, graduates are in high demand in New Zealand. In particular, there is a strong demand for skilled workers in the health, information and communications technology, agriculture and farming, and engineering industries.
|Average annual fee (in CAD*)
|NZ$20,000 to NZ$25,000 per year
|Postgraduate Diploma &Degree
|NZ$19,000 to NZ$29,000 per year
|NZ$31,000 to NZ$50,000 per year
|NZ$6,500 to NZ$9,000 per year