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Study in New Zealand | BEFOED - Beyond Foreign Education

Admission Requirement

In comparison to many other popular study destinations, New Zealand is thought to have reasonable criteria for international students.

For international students pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree in New Zealand, proficiency in the English language is a must for academic success.

Additionally, following documents must be submitted.

Copy of a valid passport
 Academic Transcript
  ACT/SAT/LSAT for UG programs
  GMAT/GRE scores for PG programs
  English proficiency scores(IELTS/TOEFL)
  Letter of recommendation
  Statement of purpose(SOP)
  Evidence of funds

Key Facts
Important facts to know while studying in New Zealand


February, July & September

Listed Universities

71 Universities

Number of International Students


Indian Diaspora in New Zealand

Average Tuition Fee

NZ $20000 to NZ $22000

Average Cost of Living

NZ $15000

Top Courses
Explore Courses of the New Zealand

Medicine and Life Sciences
Engineering and Technology
Business Management
Law & Legal Studies
Science and Arts
Interior & Spatial Designer

Education System

In New Zealand, Universities that offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees offer the best standards of education and credentials at all

Students enrol in universities to pursue bachelor's degrees or master's degrees, such as certificate, postgraduate diploma, master's, and doctoral
       programmes whereas private training institutions, academic institutions of technology, and polytechnics offer other credentials such as
       graduate diplomas, postgraduate diplomas, and certificates.

Training in the workplace and practical skills are the main topics of vocational courses.

Careers and Employment Opportunities

The primary industries of focus in New Zealand are the development of computer software, the production of cinemas and advertisements, as
       well as services like banking, finance, and real estate, as well as tourism and hospitality, food processing.

Students with study are permitted to work 20 hours per week during the courses and full time during authorized holidays.

A one-year open work visa was available to students who completed 24 months of study.

A two-year open work visa is available to people who pursue their study outside of Auckland.

Students were granted a three-year open work visa upon completion of their bachelor's degree or post-graduate degree.

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