Study in New Zealand 2018-03-06T07:41:38+00:00

                                                           Why Study in New Zealand?

Students who have studied in New Zealand are earning a reputation of being called innovative thinkers and are being addressed as ‘The New World Class. It has a very progressive education system which is highly recognized and appreciated globally.One of the best part studying in New Zealand is that there are many state-of-the-art facilities, and with many institutions spearheading several new technological developments, students have access to more advanced technology than they could wish for.

Counsellors for Abroad Studies in New Zealand 

Sakshi Mittal
Sakshi Mittal
An alumnus of University of Manchester and a Certified Career counsellor by UCLA, is spearheading the Study Abroad Division of CareerGuide.com
 Surabhi Dewra
Surabhi Dewra
Surabhi is an entrepreneur who is utilizing creativity, leadership and teamwork to design & execute CareerGuide.Com.
Aditya Sisodia
Aditya Sisodia
Aditya holds an MBA degree and is a Certified NLP practitioner. He utilizes Mentoring & Coaching approach in his conversation with participants.

Overview of Education System for New Zealand

  • New Zealand has become a very popular destination for students and the degrees are internationally recognized.
  • New Zealand has a variety of options & students can choose from Bachelor’s, Masters, Diploma or Certificate programs.

  • The duration of UG programs is 3-4 years & PG course is 1-2 years.

  • The tuition fees are around Rs. 10 lakhs- Rs. 12 Lakhs per year.

  • The cost of living is Rs. 7 lakhs per year including accommodation, meals and transportation.

  • Post Study Visa: One year of Job search visa

  • Major intakes: February and July

Admission Requirements in New Zealand

  • Most Universities do not need any GRE or SAT tests for admissions. GMAT may be needed for some MBA programs.

  • IELTS requirements: 6.5 for Masters; 6.0 for Bachelors with pre-sessional English courses for students who don’t qualify.

  • Students who score a 70 percent & above in English in class 12th can also get a waiver for IELTS.

  • LOR from teachers/professors or employers.

  • A personal Statement indicating your purpose of applying to the University.

  • Well balanced extra-curricular activities, Internships, and Community Service. Also a crisp resume.

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