KNOW New Zealand
Moving to a new country is not easy. The lifestyle, classroom environment, transportation – everything is going to be different from your home country. And we know you have a lot of questions in your mind, so we have answered common questions students like you raise about studying and living in New Zealand.
As an international student, you should be ideally looking for an institution that emphasises on practical knowledge, hands-on experience and getting you job-ready. Universities in New Zealand provide a research-driven learning approach wherein you’ll be implementing all the concepts and ideas you gather in the classroom. In fact, it is one of the best places to explore opportunities in research and development.
Begin by taking a look at the subjects you learnt in your undergrad program, list down the ones that interest you. Narrow down to your preferred niche and search for possible programs and universities. Applying to universities in New Zealand would also require you to take language and/or aptitude tests. So, do consider your academic scores while deciding what and where to study. Look for the intake offered for your preferred courses and prepare accordingly.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the most preferred English language proficiency test accepted by almost all institutions in New Zealand. However, globally, Kiwi institutions are open to accepting other proficiency tests such as Test of English as a Foreign language (TOEFL) and Pearson Test of English (PTE).
Students are allowed to work for 20 hours per week during an ongoing session and full-time during vacations. Doctoral and research masters students can work full-time.
Yes, degrees from New Zealand institutions are accepted worldwide and known for their quality of education.
All top universities of New Zealand are public and ranking in the top 3% globally
As per the 2017 QS World University Rankings, all universities in New Zealand rank in the world’s top 100 in 39 subjects.
New Zealand attracts high-quality international students, 16% of which are studying at the doctoral level
50% of the PhD students work in New Zealand after graduation
16% of the total student population in New Zealand is from other countries, a figure similar to the one in the UK and Australia
43,000+ students graduate every year
– Statement of purpose
– Degree certificate and transcript
– Proof of English proficiency
– International Passport
– WAEC/ O’level result
– Birth Certificate
– 3 months bank statement
Admission documentation fees is N100,000*
Visa fees is NZ$295*
*Subject to change , as at June 2022
Do you offer Airport pickup services?
Do you offer flight ticketing service?
Yes ,If applicant is qualified. It is merit based.