New Zealand delivers a wide range of providers including Universities, Institutes of Technology, Polytechnics, Private Training Establishments (PTEs) and Industry Training Organizations Which offers qualifications at every level - certificates, diplomas, graduate and post-graduate degrees. Broad range of subjects for undergraduate, Master’s and Doctoral (PhD) degrees in commerce, science and the humanities. Some universities offer degrees in specialist fields - such as medicine, agriculture, engineering, etc.
|Higer Education||English Language Study||Vocational Studay|
|Graduate Certificate (6 Months)||Pathway academic programmes for||Colleges of Further education and training.|
|Graduate Diploma (1 Year)||Undergraduates studies|
|Bachelor Degree (3 Years)||Postgraduates studies|
|Bachelor Degree (Honors) (4 Years)|
|Post-Graduate Certificate (6 Months)|
|Post-Graduate Diploma (1 Year)|
|Master Degree (1-2 Years)|
|Doctoral Degree (Typically 3 years)|
living in New-Zealand give you international exposure as it have diversity, now the major task is choosing accommodation type that suits your requirement.
Costs to live in New Zealand may be quite different from your home country. How it compares depends on where you are coming from and what part of New Zealand you settle in.
|Accommodation (You will choose one of them)|
|Off Campus (Rental)||$105 to $145 (weekly)|
|ON Campus (hall of residence :full catered)||$230-$500 (weekly)|
|Other living expenses|
|Miscellaneous goods and services||$71.70 (weekly)|
|Total estimated cost of living : NZ$14000 to NZ$ 20000 annually|
There are some important things which you need to carry for studying in New Zealand. It will help you to stay & Study there without any hassle.