Study in New Zealand | Globizz Overseas Consultants

Newzealand, a beautiful nation situated in the south-western Pacific Ocean; the country is gifted with exotic landscapes and islands. This great country is one of the best destinations for good quality of education. The cost of living and studying in New Zealand is comparatively lower than other countries.

The government of New Zealand aims attention at the further development of education sector. you  will find a friendlier atmosphere for the quality of education, which is needed for your overall development. There are many top institutions of higher education in New Zealand that are known worldwide

Benefits of Studying In Newzealand

  • Lower of Cost of Living
  • Vibrant Cultural environment
  • Scholarship programmes
  • Spouse Permit with work Rights
  • Ecumenical employment
  • Complete safety & Security
  • Post-study work sanction


The complete process for studying in Newzealand

Following Video will avail in elucidating all of your doubts regarding the visa process of Newzealand.

Study In New Zealand

Most Indian students know New Zealand as the most sought-after education destination. Before you became determined about the study in New Zealand, it is better to get familiarized with climate, culture, people, and language of the nation in connection to study purpose. Let’s read all about the country that every overseas student needs to know before applying to get a study visa for New Zealand.

Nature has blessed New Zealand to touch sun rays and start every day first. This is one of the most vibrant places in the world where you will enjoy archaic forests, mind-blowing landscapes and stunning coastline all at one place. In this way, every student, who wants to look beyond classroom walls while studying, may enjoy enduring experiences living and studying in NZ.

Fact Sheet
CountryNew Zealand
Total area271 thousand sq km
Area comparativeAbout the size of Japan & UK
Population growth rate0.935%
Net migration rate2.46 migrant(s)/1,000 population
Government typeParliamentary democracy
GDP- per capitaPurchasing power parity – $27,900 (2008 est.)
GDP- Real growth rate0.2%
Employment rate96%
CurrencyNew Zealand dollar (NZD)

Regional Division:

Currently, the nation is divided into 16 regions out of which 11 are regulated by regional council and remaining five are administrated by territorial authorities that performs the function of regional councils too.

Major Cities:

Major cities where top universities and colleges offering international education to the students and travel point of views are Wellington, Auckland – the center of commerce and industry, Christchurch – the Garden city, Dunedin, Hamilton, Otago and Palmerston North.

Temperature lies between 37 to 42 degrees that sounds perfect for overseas students. In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20-30ºC (70-90°F) and in winter between 10-15ºC (50-60°F).January and February are the warmest months, and July is the coldest month of the year.


Three official languages, including English, Maori, and New Zealand Sign Language are spoken. Maori used by Maori people, sign language (NZSL) is used by the deaf community and English is used for official communication that is the great thing if you want to get an international degree from New Zealand.

NZ currency is NZD (New Zealand Dollar) and one unit is equal to 52.44 Indian rupees. It is marked by the symbol of $ and known as “Kiwi”. The notes available are $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. On holding up to the light, an image of the Queen can be seen in notes.

International Education System:
New Zealand education gained a reputation all over the world and its top-ranked educational institutes generate a breed of multi-talented and knowledgeable professionals. NZ’s eight universities are part of international universities community. Moreover, the government of this nation invests a big amount of money for education and accommodation of overseas students who apply to get a visa under the guidance of our New Zealand study visa consultant in Chandigarh, Ambala, Kurukshetra, and Sonipat.

Why Study in New Zealand?


A study in New Zealand offers huge benefits to international students. New Zealand is very popular among international students all over the world. Students get a British-based education that is easy to follow for students. The degrees are recognized around the world as being up-to-date. The tuition fee is some of the lowest in the world. The government of New Zealand even goes so far for checking each and every course, program, and certificate for quality so that they can be recognized around the world as high-quality education.

Students can easily check out the list of colleges here. Not only that, but the support services for international students are among the best in the world. They have a lot of expertise and experience in helping international students so that they can succeed in their programs. Kiwis (people of New Zealand) are some of the most amazing, loving, and welcoming people that are rarely found anywhere in the world. There is hardly any news of harassment of overseas students in New Zealand. So it’s a safe and the best place to study in New Zealand.

We at Globizz provide you a few steps to undergo the procedure of getting a study visa for New Zealand:

Step 1: Apply for Admission to College/University

This is the foremost step towards your dream to study abroad. There exist hundreds of colleges and universities to choose among in New Zealand. You will find many colleges/universities offering the courses that you are interested in. The best way is to conduct research on the best universities and college in New Zealand offering relevant courses and shortlist a few of them. Afterward, browse the website of shortlisted colleges and decided with one that you find suitable in terms of education quality, ranking, course structure, course fee and other facilities for international students. Once you have decided what and where you wish to study, complete the application to the institution of your choice. While applying for admission, you will be required to submit a few documents, including the proof of your previous academic qualifications; and in the majority of cases, you need to submit a proof of your English language ability. Now, wait for your offer letter!

Step 2: Undertake Medical and PCC

After receiving your offer letter from an institution, you will need to undergo a medical examination by one of the doctors approved by the Immigration New Zealand. A list of doctors approved by the panel can be found by visiting the link given below: At the same time, you will need to arrange for your Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) from Regional Passport office or from the Deputy Commissioner of Police of your area.

Step 3: Visa Lodgment

To lodge your visa application for student Visa for New Zealand, you will need to provide the documents outlined in the checklist provided on the immigration website of New Zealand ( In relation to your financials, it is strongly recommended that you take advantage of the Funds Transfer Scheme (FTS) offered by the ANZ bank. The benefits of using the FTS are explained below.


FTS is for those students who genuinely intend to study in New Zealand but have no access to funding older than six months. In FTS, students need to transfer the living expense of 12 months (or as directed by Immigration New Zealand) to a bank account (ANZ Bank) in New Zealand, in addition to paying the tuition fee for 1 year. The amount deposited in the bank is locked for 12 months (or as per immigration New Zealand instructions for a given period) and is then drip fed to the student on a pre-arranged basis.

Step 5: Payment of Tuition Fees

After the lodgment of your visa application, and once you have received the ” Approval in Principle (AIP) ” of your visa from the Immigration New Zealand, you will need to pay your 1st years tuition fees to the respective institution. At this point, the students using FTS will also need to transfer their living expenses contributed to their ANZ bank account.

Step 6: Visa Outcome

You will be notified you of an outcome of your visa application on your email and you can then collect your passport. Now is the time for you to start planning your travel and accommodation for New Zealand!

How Globizz Overseas helps you with this Process?

However, student visa process for New Zealand is not as easy as it appears. It involves the little hassle and needs to be carried out carefully. The single mistake can create the huge mess with your visa application. At Globizz Overseas, We can help you navigate through various processes available to make studying overseas a whole lot easier.

Here is how we help you:

  • We provide you a FREE Counseling session (Telephonic/In-person) to help you choose a right college/university and an industry-oriented course in New Zealand.
  • We provide you a checklist of documents that you need to submit at the time of applying to the chosen college and we take the responsibility of doing all the hard work of tracking the applications by staying in touch with the institution, on your behalf.
  • In relation to your financials, Globizz strongly recommends that you take advantage of the Funds Transfer Scheme (FTS) offered by the ANZ bank.
  • Just like your admission application, Globizz helps you lodge your visa file. We will keep you updated on the progress of your application and will take the hard work out of tracking your application by staying in constant touch with the visa officer, on your behalf.
  • We will notify you as soon as we get to know the outcome of your application for your study Visa for New Zealand and you can then collect your passport.
  • At Globizz, we can help you organize your travel arrangements to begin your new student life in New Zealand. Air ticketing, insurance, and foreign exchange can all be arranged through us to make studying overseas easier and a once-in-a-life experience!
Remember, all our services are free of charge!

You need to submit the list of following documents at the time of lodgment of Student visa Application to Immigration New Zealand

  • Student Visa Application Form & Supplementary Information Form.
  • Passport- Passport must be valid for 3 months beyond the intended date of departure from New Zealand.
  • Photograph- Two recent passport-sized photographs (must be less than six months old).
  • Education Certificates- All certificates from 10th onwards (with translation, if required).
    (Note: If the student intends to pursue aviation or marine course in NZ then the evidence of related qualifications/work experience must be provided.)
  • English Language Requirement (IELTS)
  • Covering Letter
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Offer of Place
  • Evidence of Employment (If Applicable)
  • Health Requirements
  • Police Clearance Certificate from Regional Passport Office, or from the Office of Deputy Commissioner of Police.

Financial Documents: Students are required to submit evidence of sufficient funds for maintenance during their stay in New Zealand (i.e. for Tuition Fee + Living Cost)
a) Financial Undertaking Form
b) Affidavit of Support from Sponsor
c) Authorization letter from Sponsor, authorizing Immigration New Zealand to verify the financial documents on their behalf.
d) Fund Type:

  •  Education loan from nationalized or multinational bank with details of the borrower, co-borrower, and personal guarantor. Detail of collateral security and its owner (if applicable).
  • Latest bank statement for the past 6 months
  • Fixed deposit ( 6-month old)
  • Post Office Account


  1. The telephone number along with STD code of the Financial Institution should be provided for the verification of authenticity of funds.
  2. Students are required to provide documentary evidence of income, along with the source of income, of their parents; even if the cost of the study is being sponsored by another person.
  3. Under FTS student has no access to fund older than six months.
  • Application Visa Fee:• DD of Rs. 14,300 in favor of “Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment “payable at Mumbai
  • DD of Rs 950 in favor of “TT services”, payable at Chandigarh or Delhi (Depending on the location of the student)

Student Visa Changes for New Zealand

New student visa changes for NZ from 2 April 2012

The students opting to study in New Zealand will have to demonstrate access to more funds because of a 50% increase in the funds required for living costs. The students will now need to have access to livings costs of $15,000 per annum, as compared to the existing requirement of $10,000 p.a.

The new changes also make it mandatory for the students to have a ready access to the funds required for tuition fee and livings costs for a period of 2 years, if the duration of the proposed courses is 2 years or more. For years subsequent to 2 years, the students will need to provide evidence of the payment plan.

Note: An academic year means a minimum of two semesters equating to at least eight months of study. For more information:-

Colleges and Universities in New Zealand

New Zealand caters interest of every type of student. Every student is different from another and so is their interest.Colleges and universities in New Zealand cover almost every field of education starting from aeronautic engineering to fashion designing. Some courses are offered only by colleges in New Zealand that further leads to pathways to the universities. Here is the list all authorized colleges and universities in New Zealand.

2      AWI International College    (Auckland)
3      Abacus Institute of Studies.     (Christchurch, Auckland, Hastings)
4      Avonmore College     (Christchurch,Tauranga)
5      Auckland Institute of Studies    (Auckland)
6      Auckland Gold Star Institute    (Auckland)
7      Aranui High School    (Auckland)
8      Bay of Plenty Polytechnic     (Tauranga)
9      CPIT    (Christchurch)
10    Cornell Institute of Technology    (Auckland)
11    Design and Art College    (Christchurch)
12    Eastern Institute Of Technology (EIT)     (Napier, Auckland,Hawke’s Bay)
14    Information Technology training Intitute ( ITTI )    (Auckland)
17    International College of Linguistic (ICL)    (Auckland)
18    International College Auckland (ICA)    (Auckland)
19    International Pacific College (IPC)    Palmerstone North, (Palmerstonnorth,Wanganui,Masterton)
20    International Aviation Academy     (Christchurch)
21    Imperial College Auckland     (Auckland)
22    Kiwi Institute of Training and Education    (Auckland)
23    Lincolan university    Lincoln, (Christchurch)
24    Lifeway College     (Auckland)
25    Linguis International Institute     (Auckland, Christchurch)
26    MEDIA DESIGN SCHOOL    (Auckland)
27    MFH Making Future Happen     (Wellington)
28    Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT)    (Auckland)
30    New Zealand Territory College (NZTC)    (Auckland,Christchurch)
31    Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology(NMIT)    (Nelson, Napier)
32    Newzealand College of Business ( NZCB )    (Christchurch)
33    New Zealand Career College (NZCC)    (Auckland)
34    (North Share International Academy)NSIA     (Auckland)
36    New Zealand Management Academics (NZMA)    (Auckland)
37    Newzealand School of Education ( NZSE )     (Auckland)
38    Newzealand Institute of Studies ( NZIoS) College     (Auckland)
40    NORTH TEC COLLEGE    (Auckland)
42    Queens Academic Group (QAG)    (Auckland, WELLINGTON)
43    Quantum college    (Auckland)
44    Queenstown Resort College     (Queenstown)
45    RANGITOTO COLLEGE    (Auckland)
46    Royal Business College (RBC)    (Auckland,Christchurch,Hasting,Tauranga)
47    Retail Business &  Management (RBMC)    (Christchruch)
48    Raffles College     (Auckland)
49    Southern Institute Of Technology (SIT)     (Invercargil)
50    Tai Poutini Polytechnic    (Grey Mouth)
51    The Professional Bar & Restaurant School. (PBRS)    (Wellington, Auckland)
52    Unitec     (Auckland)
53    Universal College  of  Learning(UCol )    (Palmerston North)
54    UUNZ    (Auckland)
56    Western institute of tech.    (New Plymouth)
57    Waiariki Institute Of Technology     (Rotorua)
58    Wellington Institute of Technology (Weltec)    (Wellington)
59    Whitireia Polytechnic    (Wellington, Auckland, Porirua)
60    Whitecliffe College of Design & Art     (Auckland)
61    Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec)     (Hamilton)
62    Yoobee School of Design      (Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland)

Why Study in Newzealand

New Zealand is a prominent destination for the international students to pursue higher studies. The country provides international students numerous opportunities related to studies, employment, and exposure.

Education System of New Zealand

There are 8 prominent universities in New Zealand that are known to offer high-quality education to the students. All these universities have their built international students sections to meet the needs of the foreigners who wish to study in New Zealand. New Zealand is located in the Pacific Ocean. The country comprises of two islands- South Island and North Island and several other smaller islands as well. New Zealand is also closely related to Australia and several Pacific island nations, such as Tonga, New Caledonia, and Fiji. New Zealand offers students the high quality of living. The cost of education can be expensive; however, students can consider various scholarship options. Universities in New Zealand have their own tuition fees and depending upon the institution chosen, you will need to pay your tuition fees.

Government Colleges in New Zealand

Government colleges in New Zealand are called polytechnics. These polytechnics are managed, funded and controlled by government bodies. Most of the students choose to study in government colleges in New Zealand because of their reputation, a wide range of study options, practical hands-on training and most importantly, good placements. Here’s the list of government colleges (Polytechnics) in New Zealand.

1      Bay of Plenty Polytechnic     (Tauranga)
2      CPIT    (Christchurch)
3      Eastern Institute Of Technology (EIT)     (Napier, Auckland, Hawke’s Bay)
4      Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT)    (Auckland)
5      Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology(NMIT)    (Nelson, Napier)
6      Southern Institute Of Technology (SIT)     (Invercargill)
7      Tai Poutini Polytechnic    (Grey Mouth)
8      Unitec     (Auckland) 
9      Universal College  of  Learning(UCol )    (Palmerston North)
10    Western Institute of Technology    (New Plymouth) 
11    Waiariki Institute Of Technology     (Rotorua)
12    Wellington Institute of Technology (Weltec)    (Wellington)
13    Whitireia Polytechnic    (Wellington, Auckland, Porirua)
14    Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec)     (Hamilton)

Private Colleges in New Zealand are called Private Training Establishments (PTE). PTEs’ programmes are mostly in specific vocational niches at certificate and diploma level. PTEs registered with NZQA assure to provide quality education and adequate protection to student fees. Most of the students choose PTEs because of low tuition fee, education quality, and services provided to the students. Here’s the list of Private Colleges in New Zealand.1      AUCKLAND HOTEL & CHEF TRAINING SCHOOL   (Auckland)
2      AWI International College    (Auckland)
3      Abacus Institute of Studies.     (Christchurch, Auckland, Hastings)
4      Avonmore College     (Christchurch, Tauranga)
5      Auckland Institute of Studies    (Auckland)
6      Auckland Gold Star Institute    (Auckland)
7      Aranui High School    (Auckland)
8      Cornell Institute of Technology    (Auckland)
9      Design and Art College    (Christchurch)
11    Information Technology Training Institute ( ITTI )    (Auckland)
14    International College of Linguistic (ICL)    (Auckland)
15    International College Auckland (ICA)    (Auckland)
16    International Pacific College (IPC)    Palmerston North, (Palmerston North, Wanganui, Masterton)
17    International Aviation Academy     (Christchurch)
18    Imperial College Auckland     (Auckland)
19    Kiwi Institute of Training and Education    (Auckland)
20    Lincoln university    Lincoln, (Christchurch) 
21    Lifeway College     (Auckland)
22    Linguis International Institute     (Auckland, Christchurch)
23    MEDIA DESIGN SCHOOL    (Auckland)
24    MFH Making Future Happen     (Wellington)
26    New Zealand Territory College (NZTC)    (Auckland, Christchurch)
27    Newzealand College of Business ( NZCB )    (Christchurch)
28    New Zealand Career College (NZCC)    (Auckland)
29    (North Share International Academy)NSIA     (Auckland)
31    New Zealand Management Academies (NZMA)    (Auckland)
32    Newzealand School of Education ( NZSE )     (Auckland)
33    Newzealand Institute of Studies ( NZIoS) College     (Auckland)
35    NORTH TEC COLLEGE    (Auckland)
37    Queens Academic Group (QAG)    (Auckland, WELLINGTON) 
38    Quantum college    (Auckland)
39    Queenstown Resort College     (Queenstown)
40    RANGITOTO COLLEGE    (Auckland)
41    Royal Business College (RBC)    (Auckland, Christchurch, Hasting, Tauranga)
42    Retail Business &  Management (RBMC)    (Christchurch)
43    Raffles College     (Auckland)
44    The Professional Bar & Restaurant School. (PBRS)    (Wellington, Auckland)
45    UUNZ    (Auckland)
47    Whitecliffe College of Design & Art     (Auckland)
48    Yoobee School of Design      (Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland)

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