Study in New Zealand
Every new day in the world begins in New Zealand. Light and time start here. Youthful in age and outlook, New Zealand is the natural home for fresh ideas. Come catch some new light.
- Connected :New Zealand has never been closer to the rest of the world. Online communications and advances in international transport mean local institutions and industries can easily participate in world markets.
- Inventive :Young and free of constricting traditions, New Zealand has learned to be self-reliant and to forge its own way in the world. New Zealand’s youth and fresh outlook make it the natural home for fresh ideas.
- Trusted :As a former British colony, New Zealand’s education system is based on the prestigious British system. We offer world-class facilities, resources and teaching staff, and our qualifications are valued and transferable throughout the world.
- Personal :In New Zealand, every student enjoys a supportive learning environment. With relatively small class sizes, students receive more personalized attention from their teachers than they do in other parts of the world.
- Adventurous :New Zealand is the ultimate destination for adventure lovers. In a pristine natural environment of mountains, lakes and coast, you’ll find a dazzling array of pulse-quickening activities that are easily accessible and affordable.
- Lively :New Zealand’s scenic beauty is world renowned. But many visitors are surprised to discover an energetic, modern society among the mountains, rivers and coast.
- Welcoming :New Zealanders are a famously hospitable people with a lively interest in other cultures. An education here is frequently the beginning of lifelong friendships.
In New Zealand, every student enjoys a supportive learning environment. With relatively small class sizes, students receive more personalized attention from their teachers than they do in other parts of the world.
Students are treated as individuals – you’re encouraged to learn from others but also to think for yourself. You’ll learn how to harness your unique strengths and original ideas and channel them into an exciting career.
For international students, this personalized treatment extends beyond the classroom. New Zealand was the first country to adopt a code of practice that sets out standards for the care of international students, in and out of the classroom.
All institutions that host international students have staff dedicated to ensuring their time in New Zealand is happy and successful.
New Zealand’s scenic beauty is world renowned. But many visitors are surprised to discover an energetic, modern society among the mountains, rivers and coast.
As an international student in New Zealand you’ll enjoy a sophisticated lifestyle and high quality, affordable accommodation. You’ll probably live close to where you learn so classes, as well as social opportunities, are easy to get to.
New Zealand Fact File:
- No part of New Zealand is more than 128 km from the sea.
- New Zealand gained independence from Great Britain in 1907.
- New Zealand, one of the youngest countries of the world is located in the South Pacific Ocean.
- Capital of New Zealand: Wellington
- New Zealand’s spectacularly beautiful landscape includes vast mountain chains, steaming
- volcanoes, sweeping coastlines, deeply indented fiords and lush rainforests.
KIWI, New Zealand’s national emblem, is a flightless bird with hair-like feathers and a long, slender bill which it uses to pull worms and insects out of the ground. Found only in New Zealand, it is active at night in the wilderness areas of the country
- Inspite of being located in the southern part of the globe New Zealand doesn’t experience extreme weathers. The country has a temperate climate all year round. January – March is summer, July – September is winter.
- Unemployment: 3.8% in early 2008. This is one of the lowest in the developed world.
- Literacy rate: 99%
- New Zealand Currency NZ$