Study In New Zealand

Introduction

study-in-new-zealand-1Aotearoa commonly translated as long white clouds in the indigenous Maori language name of New Zealand, geographically comprises of two landmasses – North and South island. Australia, New Caledonia, Fiji and Tonga are its neighboring countries and due to its remote location it was the last land established by the humans.

Wellington – capital of New Zealand is also known as ‘Windy Wellington’ and its true only city in the World located in the ‘Roaring Forties’. Auckland and Christchurch are the largest cities of the country where most of the New Zealand populated is located.

During its isolation New Zealand developed a distinctive fauna dominated by birds, a number of which became extinct after the arrival of humans and the mammals they introduced.

Maoris’ were the first inhabitants of New Zealand arriving on the islands in about 950 A D and 1150 A D, Maori oral history maintains that the Maoris came to the island in seven cancels from other parts of Polynesia. In 1642, New Zealand was discovered by Abel Tasman, a Dutch navigator and British Captain James Cook made three voyages to the Islands beginning in 1769. Britain formally took possession of the islands in 1840.

Majority of the New Zealand population is European decent: the indigenous Maori are the largest minority, Asians and non Maori Polynesians are minority groups. The common spoken Language in New Zealand is English.

Modes of Commutation – Various modes of transports are available to travel within or out of cities with assessable facilities:

  • By Train
  • By Bus
  • By Ferry
  • By Car
  • By Cycle

Languages – English, Maori and New Zealand Sign Language are the official languages with English pre-dominant

Sports – Rugby is the national sport of New Zealand and, Rugby, Cricket, Netball and motorsport are primarily played in the Commonwealth of Nations countries. Soccer, swimming, hockey, tennis, golf, horse ringing and skiing are also popular spots in New Zealand.

Weather IconWhile the far north has subtropical weather during summer, and inland alpine areas of the South Island can be as cold as -10°C (14°F) in winter, most of the country lies close to the coast, which means mild temperatures.

The average New Zealand temperature decreases as you travel south. January and February are the warmest months, and July is the coldest month of the year. In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20-30ºC (70-90°F) and in winter between 10-15ºC (50-60°F).

education-icons_02New Zealand As Study Destination – New Zealand’s education system focuses on teaching students to solve problems, absorb, analyze and apply information, to work with others to create and innovate. The system supports debate, free thinking and flexibility, and our teachers encourage students to be confident, connected and actively involved, lifelong learners.

Whatever higher education you’re looking for, you’ll find it in New Zealand. You can study for either academic or more practically focused qualifications, gaining everything from entry-level certificates to diplomas, degrees and doctorates…

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FAQS

Yes, all the student who wish to study in New Zealand for higher education have to prove their language ability either by appearing for IELTS/TOEFL or PTE exam in academic module.

Yes, International student will be allowed to work 20 hours part time weekly while they are studying.

Yes, our expert team member will help you to analyze whether you are eligible for scholarships in NZ universities based on your academic track record.

You will be advised on documents checklist required for student visa in New Zealand by your assigned expert team member.

Student will have to pay first year’s full fees after receiving PVA [pre visa approval] from Immigration New Zealand.