Education System in New Zealand

New Zealand’s education system focuses on teaching students to solve problems, absorb, analyse and apply information, to work with others to create and innovate. The system supports debate, free thinking and flexibility, and our teachers encourage students to be confident, connected and actively involved, lifelong learners.

Whatever higher education you’re looking for, you’ll find it in New Zealand. We have eight universities, 18 polytechnics and institutes of technology, around 600 private training institutions, 27 English Language schools and around 20 industry training organizations.

You can study for either academic or more practically focused qualifications, gaining everything from entry-level certificates to diplomas, degrees and doctorates. What’s more, these institutes are located nationwide, so you can study just about anywhere you like. PhD students will pay the same fees as New Zealand students.

  1. 1
    Shortlist Universties

    Universities are shortlisted based on your profile and University requirement.

  2. 2
    Documents Required

    Once the Universities are decided ,the required documentation have to be submitted by you.

  3. 3
    Online Application

    One receipt of all required documents, Online application will be submitted to the University.

  4. 4
    University Decission

    Our Universities take decision quickly and would let us know the decision within 4 days to 4 weeks depending on the university.

  5. 5
    Visa

    Most Embassy / Consulates invite the students for a personal Interview.Student have to be prepared on all prospective questions they would be asked during the visa Interview.Guidance shall be provided.

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    Student Orientation

    Once visa is through and after reaching the University you need to report to the International Students Desk upon arrival.