Study In New Zealand

The richness and stark contrasts of New Zealand are remarkable. The scenic splendor of New Zealand is influenced by active volcanoes, breathtaking caverns, deep glacial lakes, lush valleys, stunning fjords, long sandy beaches, and the magnificent snowcapped peaks of the Southern Alps/K Tiritiri o te Moana in the South Island. New Zealand also features a distinctive variety of plants and animals, a lot of which emerged during the nation’s protracted isolation. For instance, the long-beaked, flightless kiwi, a common moniker for New Zealanders, has no other place to call home.

When it was acquired by Great Britain in 1840, New Zealand was the biggest nation in Polynesia. Following then, it was a dominion, a self-governing colony (1856), and a royal colony (1907). The majority of its internal and exterior policies were under its authority by the 1920s, but it didn’t achieve complete independence until 1947, when it ratified the Statute of Westminster. It belongs to the Commonwealth.

Quick Info


English, Māori


New Zealand Dollar


5.084 Million

Time zone







268,021 KM²


18 Per KM²

GDP Per Capital

41,791.79 USD


0.931 (2019)

Visa Process

  • an interest letter from a reputable academic institution
  • Your passport’s validity must last for a minimum of three months after your trip to New Zealand is over.
    filled-out application for a student visa (INZ 1012).
  • Obtain preliminary acceptance (AIP).
  • evidence that you have paid your college tuition or have the resources to do so.
  • As proof of moral character, medical certificates and police clearances are acceptable forms of identification.
  • proof of the intended return.
  • IELTS, PTE, TOEFL, GRE, or GMAT scores, among others, are examples of English language proficiency test results. 
  • Entry requirements

Admission Requirement


  • Academic: 50% or equivalent
  • IELTS: 5.5 or Equivalent
  • Financial: 4 million +, BB & Statement


  • Academic: 50% or equivalent
  • IELTS: 6.0 or Equivalent
  • Financial: 4 million+, BB & Statement


  • Academic: 50% or equivalent
  • IELTS: 6.5 or Equivalent
  • Financial: 3 million +, BB & Statement


  • Academic: 60% or equivalent,
  • IELTS: 6.5 or equivalent

Document Checklist

  • a job offer from a school with a location in New Zealand
  • copy of the identity documents in your current, valid passport
  • evidence of student loans
  • You must provide proof that you have enough money to live comfortably as well as proof of the money’s source.

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