Study Abroad

Study In New Zealand

A vibrant nation offering excellent study opportunities in a safe environment, New Zealand was the first country to adopt a code of practice that sets out standards for the care of international students, in and out of the classroom thus ensuring that they are well taken care of. The international students can enjoy a quality lifestyle at very affordable costs of living. There are around 4,000 Indian students in New Zealand & issued about 3,800 visas in this academic year. The job market in the New Zealand is still hot. It is good place to find work with good salary levels. New Zealand is the only country that provides a one-year job search visa, regardless of the course pursued by a student. The educational institutes are divided into Universities, Institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITP’s) and Private Training Establishments (PTE’S). These qualifications are recognized all across the world.


  • British-based education system with world-class, highly respected qualifications
  • nnovative teaching methods and technology
  • Universities in the Top 500 worldwide rankings
  • Personalised learning in a range of class settings and sizes
  • Scenic beauty and modern, dynamic culture make New Zealand a great place to study


New Zealand colleges and universities accept either TOFEL or IELTS scores as proof of English proficiency.

  • IELTS Academic Requirement
  • Diplomas (Levels 5 and 6)-Overall score of 5.5 band
  • Bachelor’s degree and graduate diplomas (Level 7)–Overall score of 6.0 with no band less than 5.5
  • Master’s degrees (Level 9) –Overall band score of 6.5 & band score of 6.0 in all bands


Education system in New Zealand follows the three-tier model of primary, secondary, and tertiary or post-secondary. This generally includes universities, private institutions, colleges, and polytechnics. New Zealand's educational institutions offer quality secondary school education, a well-established network of English-language schools, and internationally respected and recognised tertiary education providers. Post-secondary education is regulated by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). As well as state-owned education providers, there are approximately 860 private training establishments (PTEs) in New Zealand. They are privately owned and funded, although some of their courses attract government funding and they include quality English-language providers. They offer a wide variety of courses that lead to qualifications in a large range of vocations from scuba diving to hospitality to business. NZQA requires that Private Training Establishments (PTEs) have adequate protection of student fees and tuition. Polytechnics offer education and training at tertiary levels ranging from introductory studies through to full degree programmes. They deliver technical, vocational, and professional education. There are 23 polytechnics or institutes of technology in New Zealand. The National Qualifications Framework is a system of national qualifications available through study in schools, polytechnics, colleges of education, etc. The Framework provides nationally recognised, consistent standards and qualifications. The Framework is endorsed and supported by New Zealand's education and training providers, employers and national industry and professional groups. It is compatible with similar systems in the U.K., Europe, South Africa, Australia, and North America. There are 10 levels of study in New Zealand schools and universities. The lowest level is a certificate and the highest is a doctoral degree. Each level is more complex than the one below it. These are the names of our qualifications and their levels:
Certificates are levels 1 to 4 Diplomas are levels 5 and 6 Bachelor’s degree and graduate diplomas are level 7 Post graduate certificate and diplomas and bachelor’s degree with honours are level 8 Master’s degrees are level 9 • Doctoral degrees are level 10