New Zealand

People in New Zealand/ Kiwis believe life is for living and not just to be in a rat race. It’s about balancing a good day’s work with time to unwind and relax with family and friends. For the record, as per HSBC’s 2015 Expat Explorer survey, New Zealand was rated second in the world for work-life balance. The UN ranked New Zealand 9th out of 187 countries on its 2015 Human Development Index.

 

By choosing to study in NZ,  you get an internationally recognized education and also have the time of your life.

Tertiary education here is delivered by a wide range of providers including Universities, Institutes of Technology, Polytechnics, Private Training Establishments and Industry Training Organisations.

 

New Zealand has eight universities that offer academic programmes, rather than vocational, about 18 Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITPs) and a choice of 600 registered Private Training Establishments (PTEs). PTE courses are generally specific to English language learning or niche occupations such as travel and tourism, design and ICT. Most PTEs provide certificate and diploma level qualifications, but some also deliver Bachelor and Masters degrees.

Few reasons why you should think of studying / migrating to New Zealand

High quality of education

Internationally recognized qualification

Quality teaching with high levels of personal attention

All eight of NZ Universities are among the world’s top 500 in the 2015/16 QS rankings.

You’ll have the chance to explore our stunning scenery, beautiful environment and unique wildlife.

Key Facts

Cost of Studying per year  

NZ$20,000 – NZ$30,000

Intakes

Feb, July, Sep

Cost of Living per year

$NZ15,000-17,000

Work while studying

Upto 20 hrs per week

Course Duration

1 year  – 4 Years

Lighthouse International with our partners and alliances helps students with their applications to leading universities such as: