Why not try our services today, you won't regret your choice !

Contact Us Today


  • Benefits of studying in New Zealand

    • Globally Recognised Qualifications

      The education system in New Zealand is highly rated across the world. It is quality driven, innovative, timely and student-centric. Schools and universities in New Zealand offer word-class facilities, resources, and teaching staff. The degrees awarded are internationally recognised and valued, as a result of which thousands of students have chosen New Zealand as their study destination over the years.

      Strict quality checks and government accreditation

      There are several government checks and controls on the education system and institutions in New Zealand. Government bodies like NZQA and NZVCC regularly audit and approve all the qualifications being conferred as well as the quality of their delivery to students.

      Safe and secure environment

      Since 2002, the government of New Zealand has enforced a Code of Conduct for the Pastoral Care of International Students, which lays down guidelines for the education providers and other stakeholders to follow, thereby ensuring the well-being of these students.

      New Zealand has a warm, multi-cultural and tolerant society which makes it easier for foreign students to live and study here. The crime rates are amongst the lowest in the world.

      Exceptional living standards

      The cost of living is lower than in other similar developed countries like the US, Canada, the UK, and even the neighbouring Australia. A student pursuing a bachelor’s or a master’s degree in New Zealand will only incur half the expenses of what he would in the US or the UK. The quality of living is also very high with good healthcare, transport and recreational facilities.

      English is spoken by about 98% of the population and the accent is also easy to grasp.

      Good climatic conditions

      New Zealand enjoys a benevolent, temperate climate. The summers are mild and the winters are cool. Kiwis are known for their love of adventure and outdoor life. You can also be a part of the healthy living that this country offers to its people.

    • Work Permit

      Part-time work during studies

      Full-time international students can work part-time up to 20 hours per week while studying. During vacations you can work up to 40 hours, provided the course you have enrolled for is of a minimum duration of 12 months. It is possible to earn up to NZ$12 per hour in wages.

      Work opportunities after studies

      If you have completed a course that gives you points under the Skilled Migrant Category of New Zealand, it’s possible to get an open work visa of 12 months for job search, and if you get a job offer during that period, you can very well apply for a work visa (2-3 years) and gain permanent residency.

    • Visa

      If you need to stay in New Zealand for more than 3 months for your education then you require a student visa. International students looking to study full time (more than 20 hours of classes per week) should apply to Immigration New Zealand (INZ) for student visa.

      If the course duration is more than one year the visa would be issued for only the first year or for the duration for which the tuition fee has been paid.

      You need to have the following documents while applying for student visa:

      1. Notification of acceptance into a full-time course at a government-registered NZ educational institute. You need to pay your annual or term course fee in advance and present the receipt.
      2. Evidence of funds to show you can financially support yourself, i.e. pay for your study-related expenses or air tickets and meet your day-to-day needs. This works out to be NZ$10,000 yearly.
      3. Meet the health and character requirements of New Zealand Immigration.
      4. Hold a passport valid for at least 3 months past the end of your intended stay.
      5. Proof that you intend to leave New Zealand after the completion of your course.
      6. Present medical reports and PPC (Police Clearance Certificate).

      Visa processing time:

      2-4 weeks approximately


    • English Requirement

      A good command over spoken and written English is essential if you want to perform well in the universities here. Though IELTS/TOEFL scores are not mandatory for admission, a band of 6.0/6.5 for undergraduate and that of 6.5/7.5 for post-graduate courses is desirable.

      IELTS 5.5-6.0 6.0- 6.5 6.0
      6.5 -7.0
      TOEFL (PAPER BASED) 550 550-575 550
      575- 600 (TWE-5.0)
      TOEFL (COMPUTER BASED) 213-233 233-247 233 250
    • Universities and courses

      Qualifications earned in New Zealand are highly regarded internationally and the courses are designed with this in mind. Global Best Practice is the minimum standard.

      New Zealand has 8 Universities in all, located in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. They are all public institutions and are part-funded by the government. They offer a broad range of subjects for undergraduate, masters and doctoral courses in science, commerce, and the humanities. The QS rankings place New Zealand universities among the World’s Top 50 for accounting and finance, computer science, civil engineering, economics, medicine, agriculture and forestry, and 13 other important disciplines.

      In addition to this, there are 18 institutes of technology and polytechnics in all the main centres and leading provincial cities as well. There are also 600 private training establishments, including English language schools, located across the country.

      Academic Requirement

      Percentage Entry Requirement

      Qualification MINIMUM % required
      Certificate 50 – 60 % in class XII
      Diploma 60 – 75 % in class XII
      Bachelor 70- 75 % and above in class XII
      Graduate Diploma 50 – 55 % in B. degree
      Post Graduate Diploma 55 – 60 % in B. degree + a PG Diploma/Masters from a recognized University or relevant work experience
      Masters degree 60% and above in Bachelor degree + a PG Diploma/Masters from a recognized University/ or relevant work experience


      The major intake is from February to July, with minor intake in November.


      There is no official ranking of Universities.