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Study In New Zealand!

Over the years, New Zealand has been emerging as an attractive destination for international students. Attractive not just in terms of the quality of education, but also in natural beauty (Yes, Middle Earth is real!)

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Why Choose New Zealand?


New Zealand is regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful and calm countries. New Zealand has a lot to offer, including an excellent education system, internationally accredited qualifications, ample of research opportunities, unrivaled quality of life, diversification of courses, fairly low living expenses, budget-friendly educational costs, and Student-friendly regulations, Work while you study options, Stay back period post-education, and it is safe and secure. You can expect a kind and pleasant culture with an outstanding support system for international students while studying here. So, what exactly are you waiting for? You have a healthy life ahead of you.


  • Broad range of study and research opportunities
    From certificates to doctoral degrees, all levels of education are available here. Seeing its potential, the New Zealand Government has been investing heavily in the education sector.

  • A high quality learning experience
    The education system in New Zealand is modeled after the British system. This means it is globally recognized and acknowledged everywhere.

  • A quality degree which is recognized globally 
    The country has a centrally managed quality assurance system. All institutions that enroll international students must be registered and must follow stringent rules that maintain high standards of quality and care.

    New Zealand qualifications are not just of a high quality; they have a reputation for being practical, modern, and economical too.

  • Affordable cost
    Studying in New Zealand is affordable compared to a lot of other developed countries. Credit for that goes to the competitive tuition fees and a low cost of living.

  • A welcoming destination 
    New Zealand is considered to be one of the most stable economies in the OECD network. Like its bigger neighbor Australia, New Zealand has a multicultural society.

  • Beautiful location 
    A natural playground is an apt term for New Zealand. Thereahsuae123s just so much to do! You’re not far from nature even in the biggest cities.

    While safety may be a luxury in many countries, it’s something folks in New Zealand are accustomed to. In 2014, NZ was voted the 3rd safest country to live in.

  • Work during and post study 
    Foreign students can work up to 20 hours a week during the semester, and full time during vacations i.e. 40 hours. Many New Zealand institutions help students find work through the Student Job Search service.

    Once you complete your course (successfully, mind you!), you’re entitled to a 12-month work permit.
    Provided you find a job in your field of study, you could very well be eligible to apply for Permanent Residency.

Study In Auckland

Education in Auckland is about first-class lessons, walks through picturesque parks, and unforgettable memories. Auckland is the largest metropolitan area in New Zealand. It’s a city surrounded by nature, where the weather is just right. Hike, swim, or skydive, you can do it all here.


New Zealand’s education is based on the British system and, hence, is recognized worldwide.

A bachelor degree can be completed in three years, and a school year lasts two to three semesters. New Zealand’s government directly controls and finances the country’s 20 polytechnics and eight universities. This ensures compliance with state standards. The eight New Zealand universities are: Massey University University of Waikato University of Auckland University of Canterbury Victoria University of Wellington University of Otago Auckland University of Technology Lincoln University. Each of these universities has a core profile. For instance, the University of Otago is known for training specialists in the field of medicine, and the University of Auckland nurtures entrepreneurs and businessmen.

However, while keeping their core profiles intact, all universities offer an extensive list of courses and training programs.


New Zealand offers a limited number of scholarships, with the amount depending upon the institution.

Generally, for undergraduate programs, the average scholarship can be NZD2000 to 2500. For masters and doctorate degrees, scholarships can range from NZD6000 to 13,000 annually.

For more information, get in touch with our team.


Since the New-Zealand application process varies depending on the level of education and the type of institution that you desire to study therefore it is essential that you find out all the details before hand.

Book a free counseling with our international education experts at Planet Education.

Step 1 – Register with Planet Education and we will build your profile on the basis of your academic qualifications, work experience and interests.

Step 2 – Once assessment is initiated, we will shortlist the desired university and relevant course as per your profile and interest.

Step 3 – Complete application will be submitted to the respective university finalized by you.

Step 4 – We will assist you for visa documentation and acceptance of offer letter.

Students applying for New-Zealand are recommended to begin the application procedure at least 8-10 months prior to the intake


Below is the list of documents required while applying for a New Zealand student visa:

  1. Application form (Your details must match the info in your passport)

  2. Class 10 mark sheet and certificate

  3. Class 12 mark sheet and certificate

  4. Diploma/degree mark sheets (all semesters including backlogs) and degree course completion certificates

  5. Provisional/degree certificate (must mention the class; certificate should have been issued by the university)

  6. English proficiency document (IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge, PTE. In the case of PTE, you must send your scores directly to the university for verification.)

  7. Letter of instructions (limited to a few universities)

  8. Supporting documents if your study gap is more than a year

  9. Statement of purpose

  10. Syllabus (if applying for credit exemption)

  11. Work experience letter and salary statement (if applicable)

  12. Marriage certificate (if applicable)

  13. Copy of passport

  14. Application fees (if applicable)

  15. Resume

  16. Spouse’s academics (if applicable)

  17. Spouse’s current activity proof (if applicable)

  18. Name change affidavit (if applicable)


Studying in New Zealand is very affordable when compared to other developed countries. The cost of living is quite low and tuition fees tend to be competitive. Tuition fees vary according to the course and the university. On an average, you could be paying NZD25,000 to 45,000 per academic year. For a comfortable life in New Zealand, you should set aside NZD15,000 to 17,000 a year.

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