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All You Need to Know Before Planning to Study in New Zealand

by Rita Biswas Consultant

The students who choose New Zealand as their next study destination having an urge of studying abroad always tend to have multiple questions in mind. Few students might surf various internet pages to get their answers or few may ask their friends, relatives or study abroad consultants, and few might have those question in mind till they fall into that situation.

These queries might be related to the best courses to study abroad, universities, visas etc. This article is dedicated to all those students so can find everything they need to know before studying in New Zealand.

Read on.

Why only 8 Universities in New Zealand? Is my decision to study right?

The fact that there are only eight universities in the whole country, expanding across the two islands might surprise you given its size. But do understand that you can choose from Auckland University of Technology, University of Auckland, Massey University, University of Otago, or Victoria University of Wellington or the Lincoln University, University of Waikato, or University of Canterbury as well.

When is the application deadlines for New Zealand?

You would be surprised to know that any time in New Zealand is the right time for application. Yes, you read it right – the admission process is all year round in New Zealand. There are no bindings as such.

Which programs to choose to study in New Zealand?

At all the levels the New Zealand education providers offer qualifications to international students starting from certificates, diplomas, graduate to post-graduate degrees. There are umpteen varieties of programs offered by the New Zealand universities which you can choose from.

Ranging from.

·         Summer Programs

·         Semester Programs

·         Full-Year Exchange Programs

·         Short Term Multi-Country Travel Programs

·         Study Experience Programs

To know more about study abroad programs click on it. To learn about the history, indigenous language, ecology, and local social and political issues of the country you can take classes alongside local students.

 

Is Part time working permitted in New Zealand while studying?

The answer is yes! Most university students have a part-time job to help defray the high living costs of the nation. During the school term those holding a full-time student visa can work for 20 hours and during the holidays they can work for 40 hours.

What are the essentials of New Zealand study visa?

As you are preparing for your New Zealand study experience the important details to know about the New Zealand student visa is given below.

Accepting the University Offer

Before applying for a student visa, you must accept your offer sent by the university. To make sure it’s exactly what you were expecting read the offer carefully before you accept it.

Fees Payment

Before you can get a student visa in most of the cases you will have to pay your fees entirely. Another way is showing that you have a scholarship to cover the cost of your fees, which will get you a visa grant. Yet another way is to prove that you are eligible for a student loan to bear the study and living expenses in New Zealand.

To know how to apply for the student visa, you can get in touch with a study abroad consultant.

This was all about the basic questions about the New Zealand study expedition. You can come meet us or contact us in person to know more about the New Zealand higher education.

Good Luck!


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