Study in New Zealand
Why study in New Zealand?
New Zealand has a lot to offer, including a world-class education system, internationally recognized qualifications, a wealth of research opportunities, and an unrivalled quality of life.
Research and innovation
Those interested in conducting academic studies will find numerous resources in New Zealand. The country is proud of its knowledgeable professors, modern labs, and wide availability of cutting-edge resources.
Work while studying
It is possible for international students in New Zealand to work full-time during academic holidays and up to 20 hours per week during the academic year. What’s more, you can work full-time while earning your master’s or doctorate in research.
One-of-a-kind scenery
The country’s natural environment coexists in perfect harmony with its rich cultural diversity, making New Zealand a truly unique destination. Featuring a diverse range of natural scenery, including snowcapped mountains and erupting volcanoes, as well as golden sandy beaches, rolling green hills, and lush rainforests.
Student visa requirements in New Zealand The type of visa you require to study in New Zealand will depend on the level of study you want to pursue and the length of your stay there.
However, you’ll need the following in order to apply for a visa:
A valid passport
Acceptance letter from a New Zealand educational institute 
Evidence to show that you have the funds to support your living costs while in the country
Health insurance for foreign students
Cost of studying in New Zealand for international students
The cost of studying in New Zealand will change based on factors including the type of degree you want to earn and the university you want to enroll in. New Zealand universities typically charge between NZ$25,000 to NZ$50,000 per year in tuition fees. (Indicative).
Cost of living in New Zealand
You will need between $20,000 and $25,000 a year ($380-480 per week) for housing/rent, food costs, transportation costs, phone bills, internet usage and entertainment in addition to your tuition and insurance expenses. The typical living expense will be the same regardless of your tuition or course fee.
Note that these figures are only estimates; however, the actual requirements from Immigration New Zealand are $15,000 per year plus return flights, or an additional $2,000.
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