New Zealand is a young country where independence, initiative, and resourcefulness are more highly regarded than status or rules. As a student here you’ll be encouraged to be questioning, and flexible and to seek your answers by thinking for yourself.
Before you start your application, you need to plan your study, work out how you’ll support yourself in New Zealand, and check which documents you need to provide with your application.
- Applicants must have confirmed their offer letter for a course registered under the Ministry of Education of New Zealand or NZQA.
- An applicant must maintain NZD 1250 per month in order to survive in New Zealand.
- Tuition fees evidence
- Evidence you have enough money to live on and proof of where this money has come from
- Medical and travel insurance
- Valid passport – Your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond your period of stay in New Zealand
- Identity Documents.
Why Study In New Zealand
1. A World-Class Education
All eight of our universities are in the top 3% of the world. A New Zealand education provides you with personalized learning and academic excellence.
2. Life Experience
New Zealand is known around the world for its incredible work-life balance. Enjoy a new adventure every day.
Lots of job opportunities are available after graduation in areas as diverse as healthcare and engineering
4. Gain life Skills
Studying in New Zealand is an opportunity for personal growth and development. You’ll learn to make meaningful connections, think independently, and work collaboratively. You’ll have the skills you need for a thriving, global career and a successful future.
Graduating in New Zealand will get you additional points to qualify under the Skilled Migrant Category Visa and Permanent Residence Visa
Get an offer of a place
You should enroll with a Pathway education provider and get:
• a letter detailing your study pathway
• an offer of a place.
If your study pathway is with more than one Pathway education provider, you will need to provide a joint letter and a separate offer of place from each.
You should apply for a Student Visa as soon as your study is confirmed (but no earlier than 60 days before your course starts).