Why Study in New Zealand?

Many international students are fascinated by the idea of studying in New Zealand. Located in the South Pacific near Australia, New Zealand is a comparatively safe country with top-notch universities and colleges that offer students a rewarding educational experience. Here are just a few things that make New Zealand stand out as a study destination.

High-Quality Education

New Zealand’s educational system is highly valued around the world as New Zealand Qualifications Authority ensures that all universities and colleges in New Zealand meet certain standards. There is no question of credibility about the degree achieved in New Zealand

Plenty of Programs to Choose From

It draws the attention of international students that universities and colleges in New Zealand offer a wide range of programs to weed out. Moreover, to exchange programs with American colleges, New Zealand offers a variety of specialty programs, many of which have ties to a particular university.

There are eight universities in New Zealand, and all offer top-notch programs in an array of academic disciplines.

Auckland University of Technology

Lincoln University

Massey University

University of Auckland

University of Canterbury

University of Otago      

University of Waikato

Victoria University of Wellington

Work while you study (and after)

It is a great advantage that New Zealand allows international students to work part-time while at university. Moreover, students can also stay and work for a full year after graduating. If the job is relevant to the degree, you be allowed to stay for two years after graduation and after that, you will be eligible to apply for permanent residency.

 New Zealander Culture

Studying in New Zealand will allow you to experience the wonderful culture of New Zealand is influenced by Maori, European, and East Asian traditions. The de facto official language of New Zealand is English, so you will have no trouble navigating the country while you’re there. The country’s two official languages are New Zealand Sign Language and Te Reo Maori.

Warm and Friendly people

It will be quite easy to get along with local people because of their affable nature. So you should be able to make friends quickly. The warmth and hospitality of the people will make you feel at home.

Beautiful Landscape

You will be intrigued by the spellbinding beauty of New Zealand. The natural scenery, from tropical beaches with world-class surfing to snow-covered mountains perfect for winter sports, will cheer you up.

Safe to live at

New Zealand regularly tops the Global Peace Index’s list of the most peaceful countries in the world. The country is a relatively safe place for you to live at. Low crime rates and accessible public resources. make the country a secure place for international students.