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Ranking second on the Global Peace Index 2019, New Zealand is undoubtedly the safest country to study in. With globally ranked universities and a responsive education system, it has the right mix of opportunities, culture, economy and climate to thrive for an Indian student. Not to miss, its unspoiled scenery will make your experience worth every penny.

  • 1Why Study in New Zealand?

    A world class education

    Every single university in New Zealand is included in the QS World Rankings. Every. Single. One of them. As a country, New Zealand has spent the recent past pouring resources into their education system, using a similar but equally accredited system to the British one, and it’s already begun to pay off:

    The University of Auckland is ranked in the QS world top 100, the Victoria University of Wellington is in the top 1% across 19 different subject areas, while the University of Waikato in Hamilton is ranked 72nd in the world, and number 1 in New Zealand for its research impact and quality.

    Lower tuition fees & lots of scholarships

    While New Zealand’s education system is based heavily on the British one, it comes at a lower cost. Tuition fees for a year tend to cost around NZ$20,000, or just under £10,000. That should leave you with a little more money to have fun with!

    On top of the lower tuition costs, there are also lots of options available for scholarships to help fund your studies. It takes a bit of digging and investigating to find one to which you could apply, but we’d recommend starting by checking out the websites of whichever university you’re keen on applying to. Or better yet, just send them an email and ask.

    A fantastic culture

    New Zealand has a rich cultural heritage, a meeting point of British influenced Western ways and traditional culture of the indigenous Māori people, who have their own language and mythology. In New Zealand today, you’ll often see Māori culture presented in arts, crafts, as well cooking.

    Great value for money

    A New Zealand education offers all the quality and perks of a British or Australian education without the crippling financial costs associated with studying in those countries. You can expect to pay approximately NZ$20,000 (£9,680) a year for social science or art courses, and NZ$25,000 (£12,000) for a science and engineering degree. The living costs you will require in New Zealand are also relatively cheap compared to some major nations, with the average student requiring NZ$15,000 (£7,260) per year for accommodation, food, utilities and transport expenses.

  • 2What Exams are Required to Study in New Zealand?
  • 3New Zealand Student Visa Process

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